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British Politics (3rd Edition)

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Fully revised and updated third edition of a popular, established textbook, providing a definitive introduction to Britain's politics, political institutions and processes. Comprehensively re-worked and re-structured to...

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Fully revised and updated third edition of a popular, established textbook, providing a definitive introduction to Britain's politics, political institutions and processes. Comprehensively re-worked and re-structured to better align with courses, this new edition places great emphasis on the changing context of British politics while addressing key themes such as the ongoing importance of gender and ethnicity to political and social life in Britain. Furthermore, the book’s familiar authoritative style has been retained with a fresh look and revitalized pedagogical features to provide a complete learning package.

The book is designed for courses on or related to British Politics. Its accessible style and context-setting Part 1 will make it ideal for students new to the field (particularly those who haven’t studied the subject at school level or international students), but its rigour will stimulate and engage more experienced students.

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Authoritative yet accessible introduction to the field
Designed to align with courses
Focus on the changeability of British Politics, with coverage of important elements such as devolution, multi-level governance, the rise of populism and social movements
Rich learning resource - incorporates a wide suite of learning features to stimulate and reinforce student engagement and support comprehension and retention





Fully updated to cover the 2016 EU Referendum, the 2017 General Election and  other key political developments
 `Politics in Action' videos with key academic experts and practitioners offer differing viewpoints on the political system
Expanded companion website featuring regular updates and additional pedagogic tools for students and lecturers alike, such as self-test quizzes, flashcards, timelines, a lecturer testbank and lecture slides
Vibrant and engaging full colour page design to help your students navigate the book's broad coverage 


PART I: FROM PAST TO PRESENT
1. The Study of British Politics
2. The Shadow of the Past I: War to Welfare
3. The Shadow of the Past II: Thatcher and After
4. Life in Contemporary Britain
PART II: GOVERNMENT AND GOVERNANCE
5. The Changing Constitution
6. Parliament and the Legislative Process
7. The Cabinet and the Prime Minister
8. Ministers, Departments and the Civil Service
9. The Law, the State and the Judicial Process
10. Local Government and Politics
11. Devolution
12. Britain and Europe
PART III: PEOPLE AND POLITICS
13. Electoral Systems and Voting Behaviour
14. Political Parties
15. Ideology
16. Participation
17. The Media
PART IV: POLITICS AND POLICY-MAKING
18. The Policy-making Process
19. Managing the Economy
20. Welfare and Public Services
21. The Environment
22. Britain and the World.

Further resources for students are available on the companion website including:
  • ‘Politics in Action’ videos with key academic experts and practitioners offer differing viewpoints on the political system
  • Multiple choice quizzes to review your understanding of each chapter
  • Flashcards to test your comprehension of key terminology
  • Updates on the latest political developments
Visit the companion website at www.macmillanihe.com/griffiths-brit-pol-3e or click through from the 'Further Actions' section above.

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Simon Griffiths is a Senior Lecturer in Politics, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK.

Robert Leach is a Visiting Reader at Leeds Beckett University, UK.

Previous editions of this book were written by Bill Coxall and Lynton Robins. British Politics, third edition, is the latest expression of the original work by Bill Coxall and Lynton Robins.

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Simon Griffiths is a Senior Lecturer in Politics, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK.

Robert Leach is a Visiting Reader at Leeds Beckett University, UK.

Previous editions of this book were written by Bill Coxall and Lynton Robins. British Politics, third edition, is the latest expression of the original work by Bill Coxall and Lynton Robins.

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