The Evolution of Green Politics: Development and Change Within European Green Parties

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Earthscan, 2002 - 202 sider
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The emergence of Green parties throughout Europe during the 1980s marked the arrival of a new form of political movement, which challenged established models of party politics. However, since the 'Green wave' of the 1980s, these parties have struggled to solidify their electoral successes in the face of stern opposition and strategic political reaction from mainstream political parties.
The Evolution of Green Politics is the first study of the future direction of the European Green parties. It presents an in-depth, thematic and comparative approach to the analysis of recent Green party development, questioning whether the process of party evolution has resulted in the ideological dilution of Green ideals and objectives.
 

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Introduction
1
A New Challenge to Party Politics? Analysing Green Party Development and Change
8
Placing Green Politics in a Party Environment
31
Seeking Space and Opportunity The Emergence of Green Parties in Germany France Sweden and the UK
52
Awkward Partners Changing Strategies towards Other Parties
78
Square Pegs in Round Holes Organizational Reform
104
Redefining the Environment Changes in Green Party Policy
128
Interpreting Transformation within European Green Parties Evolving or Conforming?
157
References
174
Notes
186
Index
199
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Jon Burchell is a lecturer in politics at Liverpool John Moores University.

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