Ethnic and Religious Bases of Voting

2002-01-01
The Turkish party system has undergone significant changes since the 1940s, moving from a two-party system to one encompassing nineteen parties— and resulting in a highly fragmented parliament. The contributors to this volume assess the intertwined effects of party fragmentation and voter volatility in Turkey. Presenting a wealth of data, they illuminate the trajectory of democratic consolidation, as well as underlying issues of representation, participation, and governability.
Citation Formats
A. Ayata, Ethnic and Religious Bases of Voting. 2002, p. 156.