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date: 12 December 2019

(p. xiv) List of Tables

(p. xiv) List of Tables

  1. 3.1 Journal impact factors, 2005–7 50

  2. 3.2 Department rankings in global top fifty, 1993–2002 51

  3. 7.1 Varieties of anti‐foundationalism 120

  4. 8.1 Percentage of female staff in politics departments in Britain 141

  5. 16.1 UK general election results since 1945 290

  6. 16.2 Patterns of alternation in government, 1950–2000 293

  7. 17.1 The study of delegation: three dominant traditions 306

  8. 17.2 Delegated governance, 2007 316

  9. 19.1 Mainstream politics research on the central state and its interpretivist critics 344

  10. 21.1 Electoral polarization in Northern Ireland, 1997–2005 392

  11. 25.1 Partisan identification, 1964 463

  12. 25.2 Household class and voting, 1964 464

  13. 25.3 Modelling voting at the 2005 general election: multinomial logit 471

  14. 25.4 Modelling party identification at the 2005 general election: multinomial logit 473

  15. 25.5 National identity and the regional vote at the 2007 Scottish parliament election 479

  16. 33.1 Symmetrical odds ratios: men and women 613

  17. 36.1 Voting turnout in general elections by age and gender 675

  18. 38.1 Allocation of bilateral aid, 2002–3 and 2006–7 705

  19. 40.1 Admissions of work permit holders and their dependants, excluding EEA nationals, by category and nationality, 2000–4 738

  20. 40.2 Grants of Settlement for Family Formation and Reunion, excluding EEA nationals, 2000–4 739

  21. 40.3 Asylum applications in select Western countries, 1985–98 740

  22. 42.1 Acts of political participation in Britain 779

  23. 42.2 Variations in political participation by social backgrounds 781

  24. (p. xv)
  25. 42.3 Variations in individual, contact, and collective actions by social backgrounds 782

  26. 42.4 Types of organizational membership 784

  27. 42.5 Participatory activities in the ‘most important’ organization 785

  28. 42.6 Changes in participation, 1984–2000 785

  29. 46.1 The public discourse of globalization in Britain 858

  30. 46.2 British policy‐makers' understandings of, and attitudes towards, globalization 860

  31. 46.3 Equity and bond portfolio allocation, 2003 872

  32. 47.1 Marketization strategies in response to public service failures, and newly emerging problems 881