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Per citare l'articolo: Emanuele, V., Marino, B. and Angelucci, D. (2020), The congealing of a new cleavage? The evolution of the demarcation bloc in Europe (1979–2019). Italian Political Science Review. doi: https://doi.org/10.1017/ipo.2020.19 Scarica l'articolo qui Abstract Over recent years, a new transnational conflict has been deemed to be structuring political conflict in Europe. Several scholars have posited the emergence of a new ‘demarcation’ vs. ‘integration’ cleavage, pitting the ‘losers’ and ‘winners’ of globalization against each other. This new conflict is allegedly structured along...

Nell'intervista a Luiss Open del 7 Ottobre 2019, Vincenzo Emanuele presenta i risultati di un recente articolo pubblicato su Government and Opposition e scritto in collaborazione con Alessandro Chiaramonte e Sorina Soare. Riportiamo di seguito il testo integrale dell'intervista. Professor Emanuele, based on your experience, what are the competences that must belong to a researcher interested in political party systems? The fundamental feature is flexibility, from two particular points of view. Firstly, “flexibility” in terms of a great international openness: it is necessary to gain experience abroad, to avail of even short...

Emanuele, V. (2018), ‘Cleavages, institutions, and competition. Understanding vote nationalization in Western Europe (1965-2015)’, London: Rowman and Littlefield/ECPR Press. ISBN: 9781786606730   The study of how party systems are structured across territorial lines is a crucial research question for political scientists, whose answer is fraught with consequences for the political system and the democratic process. This book addresses this topic, asking: What has been the evolution of the vote nationalisation process in Western Europe during the last fifty years? Which factors can account for the vote nationalisation’s variance across Western European party system? Through a macro-comparative perspective and original empirical research, involving 230 parliamentary elections in sixteen...

Quale regione più vasta d’Italia, la Sicilia non esenta da cleavages, linee di frattura che ne definiscono il quadro socio-politico. A quella che coinvolge i due versanti, correlando positivamente i maggiori livelli di reddito con la partecipazione elettorale (D’Amico 1993), se ne aggiunge perlomeno una seconda, riguardante la natura dell’organizzazione e del consenso dei partiti lungo l’asse città-campagna. Le principali aree urbane siciliane coincidono con i Comuni Capoluogo. Di questi, otto su nove rientrano nella classifica dei primi undici centri per popolazione, con quattro che contano oltre 100.000 abitanti: Palermo, Catania, Messina e Siracusa. Nell’Isola, le realtà rurali presentano risultati...