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La dépendance au parti des députés : conquérir, exercer et conserver son mandat au PS et à l'UMP

Abstract : What kind of relationship binds an elected official to his party ? This study aims to analyse French Deputies' Party dependency by comparing the Socialist Party and the Union for a Popular Movement during the XIIIth and the XIVth legislature. The party dependency affects MPs behaviour with a varying intensity over time and space. The thesis of a party dependency cycle is tested empirically, by using both qualitative and quantitative methods. Different types of party dependency among MPs has been found : the utilitarian, the fatalistic, the believer and the grandee. These profiles are determined by party membership and political longevity. A sequential study of MPs’ careers underlines the multidimensionality of party dependency in relation to career-stage (whether it be conquering, exercising, or keeping one’s mandate) as well as MP’s individual characteristics.
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Laure Squarcioni. La dépendance au parti des députés : conquérir, exercer et conserver son mandat au PS et à l'UMP. Science politique. Université de Bordeaux, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016BORD0455⟩. ⟨tel-02965673⟩

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