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Title: Green party ideology today: divergences and continuities in Germany, France and Britain
Authors: Price-Thomas, Gareth
First Published: 28-Apr-2016
Publisher: Routledge (Taylor & Francis)
Citation: Price-Thomas, G. 'Green party ideology today: divergences and continuities in Germany, France and Britain' in Emilie van Haute (ed.) Green Parties in Europe. Copyright © 2016, Routledge (Taylor & Francis), pp. 280-297.
Abstract: In much of western Europe, Green parties have persisted for three decades or more. Many of these parties have undergone a series of transformations. Some have achieved significant electoral successes and have even participated in national government; others have remained on the fringes of national political life; many have lost several aspects of their organisational distinctiveness in the process of their development. Nevertheless, it is still possible to speak of a partial continuity across time in terms of party membership and organisation (see other chapters in this volume). But what of Green party ideology? Today, is it appropriate to speak of a single Green ‘party family’ in ideological terms? [Opening paragraph]
Series/Report no.: Party Families in Europe;
ISBN: 9781472434432
Version: Post-print
Type: Chapter
Rights: Copyright © 2016, Routledge (Taylor & Francis). Deposited with reference to the publisher’s open access archiving policy.
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