3 edition of Ethnic political parties and electoral behaviour in Tamil Nadu found in the catalog.
Ethnic political parties and electoral behaviour in Tamil Nadu
Includes bibliographical references (p. 24-27)
|Series||MS / Annamalai University. Dept. of Political Science ;, 1, Monograph series (Annamalai University. Dept. of Political Science) ;, 1.|
|LC Classifications||JQ299.T3659 P35 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||90902106|
But in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, the plight of Tamils in Sri Lanka has become a big electoral theme. The two main regional parties that have dominated state politics for the last four decades - the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) and the Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) - have made the Sri Lanka factor central to their campaigns. The ethnic political parties, which stood for ethnic values, over a period time have taken a nationalistic perspective which has prevented the national parties from coming to power. It is confined only to Tamil Nadu. The electoral process was closely monitored by the official observers for independent agencies and by independent researchers.
The Tamil Nadu Government & Politics is very efficient to run such a large state under its ministries. Most of the national parties there has a strong hold over the functioning of the state. Political Parties, Electoral Rules, Voting Behavior, Clientelism, Ethnic Politics, Politics of India Book Ziegfeld, Adam. “Tamil Nadu.” In Atul Kohl and Prerna Singh, eds., Routledge Handbook of Indian Politics. Political Parties Workshop, January University of Wisconsin-Madison, Center for South Asia, February
The two main parties of Tamil Nadu are the AIADMK and DMK, the Dravidian majors. Apart from that, parties like the DMDK, PMK and MDMK have had their rise and fall depending on the political : Luke Koshi. Contents 10 WHY SC VOTER PREFERENCES TRANSLATE INTO BSP VOTES 11 EXPLAINING DIFFERENT HEAD COUNTS IN THE BSP AND CONGRESS 12 EXTENDING THE ARGUMENT TO OTHER ETHNIC PARTIES IN INDIA: THE BJP, THE DMK, AND THE JMM 13 ETHNIC HEAD COUNTS AND DEMOCRATIC STABILITY Appendix A. Elite Interviews Appendix B. .
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Ethnic political parties and electoral behaviour in Tamil Nadu. Annamalai Nagar, Tamil Nadu: Dept. of Political Science, Annamalai University, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book.
The book frames this question in an interesting way. It looks at the states of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu and the fortunes of a Dalit party: the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) in Author: Roshan Kishore. Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra don’t, despite substantial Dalit populations.
While in Tamil Nadu, the Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi (VCK) has. Ethnic political parties and electoral behaviour in Tamil Nadu G. Palanithurai. Annamalai Nagar, Tamil Nadu: Dept. of Political Science, Annamalai Series title: Monograph series / Annamalai University, Dept.
of Political Science ; 1. Management of ethnic conflict in India and Canada: a comparative analysis G. Palanithurai. The general perception of caste as determining the winning ability of a candidate in Indian elections is unclear in the case of the state of Tamil Nadu (TN).
The Pattali Makkal Katchi (PMK) (Toilers Party) provides a suitable example for understanding the role played by caste in electoral politics in the upcoming general elections. Votes and Violence Electoral Competition and Ethnic Riots in India.
Get access Government of Tamil Nadu. Report of the Backward Classes Commission Tamil Nadu. Vol. 1, – In Geoffrey Alderman, ed., Governments, Ethnic Groups and Political Representation, vol. 6 of Comparative Series of Governments and Non-Dominant Author: Steven I.
Wilkinson. Election Manifesto is the Key Determinant of Voting Behaviour in Tamil Nadu Electoral Politics Author: K. Saravana Rajasena and A. Thanikodi Volume 5 No.2 July-December pp Abstract. This research aims to examine how Election manifesto is the key and important determinant of voting behaviour in tamilnadu state assembly elections.
Chapter I INTRODUCTION There are a number of political parties operating in the political domain of Tamil Nadu and they can be classified into two major categories on the basis of their stated political goals, area of operations and nature of organizational links. They are national and regional political parties.
Tamil nationalism, then and now. Print edition: Janu T+ T- later renamed the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK), the political landscape of Tamil Nadu spawned many new parties, each for the promotion of a single caste, mainly to gain from the loaves and fishes of public office, have a share in the State’s caste.
Current political situation in Tamilnadu - Gain confidence from Chief Minister There is a popular humour that a minister addressing public meeting, came back to his/het chamber only to find that his/her portfolio had been snatched. Thus his/her confidence of position is betrayed.
Wikimedia Commons has media related to Political parties in Tamil Nadu.: Several of the parties included here are also active in the Union Territory of Puducherry. Please also note that the transliteration of Tamil party names to Latin script widely differs.
Dalits there are less likely to view political parties through the caste lens alone. Dalit voters were asked to name the factors that were important in their selection of parties. In Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra, in 40% of forty focus group discussions, and in 32% follow-up interviews with subjects, caste was identified as one of the factors.
Harping on ethnic purity and drawing on the caste system, Seeman wants only those his Naam Thamizhar Katchi party defines as ‘real Tamils’ to rule Tamil : Sruthisagar Yamunan.
Pre-Dravidian politics of Tamil Nadu. The era of pre-dravidian politics of Tamil Nadu is dominated by the Indian National Congress (INC).The Indian National Congress was the ruling party of Tamil Nadu for the first twenty years after independence, until a dravidian party, the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK), swept the elections.
Power has since shifted between the two major dravidian. attitudes and electoral behavior in order to assess the relative signifi-cance for the political system of the first three elements brief thes.
Ien books raise the classic Marxist and Weberian issues of the relative roles of class, status group, and party in the Indian political by: 4. At the same time, a question arises whether such manifestos make any meaningful difference in terms of strengthening the electoral process.
In Tamil Nadu, during the. In Tamil Nadu, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) party rose to power promising representation of all castes in all important sectors of society.
Caste-based mobilisation. Recent evidence suggests that the influence of caste has been declining. Rather than a long-established, unchanging institution, caste is subject to political influence. Former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and AIADMK General Secretary J.
Jayalalithaa () waves to her party supporters.(R Senthil Kumar/PTI). In this project Hugo Gorringe is revisiting previous work on Dalit movements in Tamil Nadu and seeking to chart their institutionalisation into political parties.
He will be working with Roger Jeffery to analyse changing trends in Dalit voting in the state too. The project is primarily based on qualitative, ethnographic fieldwork in Tamil Nadu.
Tamil Nadu politics after Jayalalithaa best exemplifies the emptiness of this battle. In the past three to four decades, politics in this state marked itself out as distinctive.
Introduction: the evolution of political parties in India / E. Sridharan and Peter Ronald deSouza -- A plea for the reconstruction of the Indian polity / Jayaprakash Narayan -- Politics without party / M.
N. Roy -- The congress "system" in India / Rajni Kothari -- Party system and electoral politics in the Indian states, from hegemony to convergence / Yogendra Yadav and Suhas.An Analysis of 15th Lok Sabha Election in Tamil Nadu.
By Palanithurai, G. The Fifteenth Lok Sabha election in Tamil Nadu has dismantled the predictions of the media and established notions in electoral politics in India. Globalisation has ousted many from power in the past.
The ethnic political parties, which stood for ethnic values. The Tiruvarur seat fell vacant after the death of former DMK supremo M Karunanidhi in August last year.
A week after the Election Commission announced that the bypoll for Tamil Nadu’s Tiruvarur Assembly constituency will be held on Janu political parties in the state have raised demands to defer the bypoll, citing relief work in the region following Cyclone Gaja.