Elections are key public events and in a secular society they are the only real coming together of the social whole. The rituals and rhythms run deep yet the conduct of elections is invariably examined in instrumental ways, as if they were merely competitive games or liberal apparatus. Focusing on the political cultures and laws of the UK, the US and Australia, this book offers an account of the intersection of electoral systems and the concepts of ritual, rhythm and the everyday, which form the basis of how we experience elections.
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|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781317062479 (DRM-PDF)|
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