Party Elites in Divided Societies: Political Parties in Consociational Democracy

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Index

a
access, to governmental arena 251 -5
accommodation 3 , 6 , 7 , 8 , 15 , 137 , 170 , 226 , 251 ;
Austria 58 - 70 , 70 -2;
Israel 171 -2, 185 -6;
Netherlands 124 -32;
Switzerland 155 -6, 159 ;
see also inter-subcultural interaction
actors:
and institutions 21 , 39 - 40 ;
party-related indicators of change 31 -8, 39 - 40
Adi (Alliance of Independents, Swiss) 142 , 151 , 152
AGALEV (Flemish Greens) 89 , 90 , 94 , 96 , 103 , 107 , 232 ;
see also Greens, Belgian
AK (Austrian Chamber of Labour) 66 -7, 68
Akzin, B. 163 -4
Alford index 61
alternation, in governmental arena 251 -5
AN (National Alliance for People and Homeland, Swiss) 142 , 149 ;
see also DS;
Rép
Andeweg, R. 17 , 249 , 261
anti-system challenge 62 , 106 -7, 228 -9
ARP (Anti Revolutionary Party, Dutch) 19 , 110 -33 passim,199 , 230 , 253 ;
see also CDA
Ashkenazi-Sephardi cleavage 164 -6, 170 -1
Austria 3 , 10 , 16 , 28 -9, 34 , 39 , 43 - 73 , 178 , 192 , 196 , 198 - 222passim,232 -3, 234 -41 passim,243 -62 passim;
bureaucratic arena 68 - 70 ;
classic consociationalism 44 -7;
electoral arena 61 -2;
governmental arena 22 -3, 63 -6;
hierarchical party control 55 -6;
inter-subcultural interaction 58 - 70 ;
intra-subcultural linkages 44 - 58 ;
left-right scale 33 ;
mobilisation and values 51 -5;
neo-corporatism 47 , 66 -8, 232 ;
organisational penetration and incorporation 44 - 51 , 243 -6;
parliamentary arena 62 -3;
party and institutional indicators of change 22 - 40passim;
party system change 224 , 232 -3, 234 -40 passim;
patronage 54 -5;
pillarization and electoral stability 198 - 222passim;
subcultural political cohesion 56 -8;
volatility, electoral 37
auxiliary associations 7 , 8 - 9 , 13 , 14 , 243 -4, 250 ;
Austria 12 , 47 , 50 -1, 56 -7, 58 ;
Belgium 12 , 86 , 87 ;
Netherlands 111 -12;
Switzerland 143 -4;
see also interest groups

b
Bakvis, H. 123
Bank Austria70
Barry, B. 138
Bartolini, S. 197 , 203 , 206 -8, 209 , 214 , 219 , 234
‘Basic Law’ of Israel: 182 -3
Belgium 3 , 10 , 13 , 16 - 17 , 28 -9, 31 , 35 , 39 , 74 - 107 , 178 , 179 , 192 , 193 , 196 , 198 - 222passim,231 -2, 234 -43 passim,243 -62 passim;
bureaucratic arena 100 -1;
Catholic pillar 81 -4;
‘classic’ to federal consociationalism 101 -5, 259 -60;
electoral arena 93 -7;
ethnic division 259 ;
governmental arena 22 -3, 97 - 100 ;
hierarchical party control 81 , 87 , 104 :
history of consociationalism 75 - 80 ;
inter-subcultural interaction 91 - 101 ;
intra-subcultural linkages 80 - 91 ;
left-right scale 32 -3;
liberal pillar 86 -7;
organisational penetration and incorporation 87 - 91 , 243 -6;
party and institutional indicators of change

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