Publisher: University of British Columbia Press
Number of pages: 312
Weight: 430 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 mm
Electing a Diverse Canada all fit together seamlessly, and the editors do a tidy job of summing up the key findings of the contributing authors, as well as supplying a theoretical framework for the project in their introductory review of theories of representation. As a result, anybody studying issues of representation will find the collection useful. The volume would also be useful as supplementary reading in most courses related to Canadian elections, women and politics, and municipal politics, as well as acting as a foundational resource for individuals researching issues related to representation, the election of marginalized groups into government, or even those looking for profiles and background information about major Canadian cities. As the editors note, this volume is the first of its kind, and the authors ought to be applauded for their efforts.-- Amanda Bittner, Memorial University * Canadian Journal of Political Science *
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