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Italian P

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CONTENTS 

What diff erence does it make? Explaining the voting behaviour of Partito Democratico’s electorate 

and selectorate in 2013

Nicola Martocchia Diodati and Bruno Marino

Territory, religion, and vote: nationalization of politics and the Catholic party in Italy



Piero Ignazi and Spencer Wellhofer

Tracing the electorate of the 

MoVimento Cinque Stelle: an ecological inference analysis

Luana Russo, Pedro Riera and Tom Verthé

The role of the people in the characterization of populism. Evidence from the press coverage of 

the 2014 European Parliament election campaign in Italy

Marino De Luca and Antonio Ciaglia

Compromesso astorico: the role of the Senate after the Italian constitutional reform



George Tsebelis

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Italian Political 

Science Review 

Rivista Italiana di 

Scienza Politica 

VOLUME 47 ISSUE 1

MARCH 2017

ISSN 0048-8402



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Joseph Jupille, University of Colorado, USA

R. Daniel Kelemen, Rutgers University, USA

Mathias Koenig-Archibugi, 

London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

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Philip Manow, Universität Bremen, Germany

Carol Mershon, University of Virginia, USA

Wolfgang C. Müller, Universität Wien, Austria

Claudio Radaelli, University of Exeter, UK

Andrea Ruggeri, University of Oxford, UK

Thomas Saalfeld, Otto-Friedrich-Universität 



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Robert Thomson, University of Strathclyde, UK

Alexander Trechsel, European University Institute, Italy

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