Parties & Elections

Political Parties & Elections

Candidates compare the electoral impact of two different dominant ideas. This can either be from within one political party or between two different political parties.

Candidates can choose from the following: the Conservative Party, Labour Party, Liberal Democrats or Scottish National Party. These ideas are studied alongside the impact of political campaign management strategies and theoretical analyses of voting
behaviour.

Relevant case studies are used from Scotland, the United Kingdom, or both Scotland and the United Kingdom.

Dominant Ideas

Election Management Strategies

Age and Ethnicity Statistics

Models of Voting Behaviour 1

Models of Voting Behaviour 2

SNP Victory Analysis 2015

Pupil Produced Work:

Thatcher Campaign 1979

2017 Election

Brown’s Loss 2010

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