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The Politics of Parliamentary Procedure

The Politics of Parliamentary Procedure cover
E-ISBN 9783847409106
P-ISBN 9783847407874
Verlag Verlag Barbara Budrich
Erscheinungstermin 24.10.2016
Seiten 276
Autor/en Kari Palonen
Seitenpreis pro Teilnehmer Basic: 1.48 Cent / Comfort: 2.95 Cent

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Cover PDF 1‑3
The Politics of Parliamentary Procedure. The Formation of the Westminster Procedure as a Parliamentary Ideal Type PDF 3‑5
Table of Content PDF 5‑9
Acknowledgements PDF 9‑11
1. A procedural perspective on parliamentary politics PDF 11‑12
1.1 Conceptualisation and transformation of the procedural ideal type
PDF 12‑13
1.2 Max Weber on ‘objectivity’ as a procedural concept
PDF 13‑15
1.3 The procedural character of ideal-typical parliamentary politics
PDF 15‑20
1.4 Westminster procedural tracts on the parliamentary ideal type
PDF 20‑22
1.5 Procedure and conceptual changes
PDF 22‑27
2. History of Westminster procedural tracts PDF 27‑27
2.1 The genre of procedural tracts
PDF 27‑29
2.2 A note on the origins of the English parliament and the Modus
PDF 29‑31
2.3 Tracts from the Elizabethan era
PDF 31‑35
2.4 Source-based tracts and the struggle with the Stuarts
PDF 35‑38
2.5 Procedural tracts after the Glorious Revolution
PDF 38‑40
2.6 John Hatsell’s codification of procedure
PDF 40‑42
2.7 Tracts for the French Revolution: Samuel Romilly and Jeremy Bentham
PDF 42‑46
2.8 Thomas Erskine May: Treatise and minor works
PDF 46‑51
2.9 The popularisation of procedure and a comparative perspective
PDF 51‑54
2.10 Westminster procedure for foreign audiences
PDF 54‑56
2.11 Twentieth-century procedure: Campion
PDF 56‑58
2.12 Contemporary procedure: Griffith and Ryle
PDF 58‑59
2.13 The changing agenda of procedural controversies
PDF 59‑61
3. The agenda of parliamentary powers PDF 61‑61
3.1 Parliament vs. the crown
PDF 61‑67
3.2 The parliamentary freedom of members
PDF 67‑78
3.3 Procedural means for parliamentary control of the government
PDF 78‑88
3.4 Vote of no confidence
PDF 88‑94
3.5 Procedure as a form of protection for parliament and its members
PDF 94‑107
4. Conceptualisation of parliamentary debating PDF 107‑109
4.1 Debate as a basic parliamentary operation
PDF 109‑113
4.2 Concepts of Westminster procedure
PDF 113‑121
4.3 Two styles of debate: House and Committee
PDF 121‑136
4.4 Regulating debates – forms and practices
PDF 136‑151
4.5 Unparliamentary language vs. fair play
PDF 151‑159
5. Times of parliamentary debate PDF 159‑160
5.1 Separation of items of debate
PDF 160‑165
5.2 The politics of amendments
PDF 165‑170
5.3 Times of adjournment
PDF 170‑178
5.4 The passage of motions through parliament
PDF 178‑188
5.5 Times of debate and dissensus
PDF 188‑197
6. The times of parliamentary agenda PDF 197‑199
6.1 Pressure on parliamentary time
PDF 199‑205
6.2 The parliamentary calendar
PDF 205‑212
6.3 Time limits for parliamentary debates
PDF 212‑221
6.4 Adaptation of debates to parliamentary government
PDF 221‑234
6.5 Limits to the governmentalisation of parliamentary time
PDF 234‑245
7. Temporal layers of parliamentary politics PDF 245‑245
7.1 The politics and history of procedural tracts
PDF 245‑247
7.2 Conceptual changes in the procedural tracts
PDF 247‑251
7.3 Adversarial and dissensual concepts of parliament
PDF 251‑255
References PDF 255‑261
Literature PDF 261‑267
Index PDF 267‑276