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Author: Wolfgang C. Muller,Thomas Saalfeld
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Traditional comparative studies of parliaments have focused on constitutional and organizational characteristics of parliaments, or differences in the historical contexts, in which legislative assemblies have developed. The motivations of individual Members of Parliament have been neglected. This volume provides empirical work on legislative role orientations and behaviour in six West European parliaments: Belgium, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway and the United Kingdom.

Traditional comparative studies of parliaments have focused on constitutional and organizational characteristics of. .

Traditional comparative studies of parliaments have focused on constitutional and organizational characteristics of parliaments, or differences in the historical contexts, in which legislative assemblies have developed. All contributions present a wealth of empirical findings on parliamentarians' role orientations in different institutional contexts.

Wolfgang C. Muller, Thomas Saalfeld. Traditional comparative studies of parliaments have focused on constitutional and organizational characteristics of parliaments, or differences in the historical contexts, in which legislative assemblies have developed.

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Müller, Wolfgang C. and Saalfeld, Thomas, ed. This volume brings together a number of country experts exploring the explanatory power of sociological role analysis in the study of legislative behaviour. and Saalfeld, Thomas, eds. (1997) Members of Parliament in Western Europe: Roles and Behaviour. Frank Cass, London, 176 pp. ISBN 0-7146-4821-3. Uncontrolled keywords: Parliament, roles, political behaviour, political sociology, institutions. Subjects: J Political Science JF Political institutions (General).

Traditional comparative studies of parliaments have focused on constitutional and organizational characteristics of parliaments, or differences .

This volume provides empirical work on legislative role orientations and behaviour in six West European parliaments: Belgium, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway and the United Kingdom.

Traditional comparative studies of parliaments have focused on constitutional and organizational characteristics of parliaments, or differences in the historical contexts, in which legislative assemblies have developed. The motivations of individual Members of Parliament have been neglected. This volume provides empirical work on legislative role orientations and behaviour in six West European parliaments: Belgium, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway and the United Kingdom. All contributions present a wealth of empirical findings on parliamentarians' role orientations in different institutional contexts.