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The Resource The Oxford handbook of the American presidency, edited by George C. Edwards III and William G. Howell, (electronic resource)

The Oxford handbook of the American presidency, edited by George C. Edwards III and William G. Howell, (electronic resource)

Label
The Oxford handbook of the American presidency
Title
The Oxford handbook of the American presidency
Statement of responsibility
edited by George C. Edwards III and William G. Howell
Title variation
  • Handbook of the American presidency
  • American presidency
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
With engaging, new contributions from major figures in the field, 'The Oxford Handbook of the American Presidency' provides the key point of reference for anyone working in American politics today
Member of
Is part of
Cataloging source
AZU
Dewey number
352.230973
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Edwards, George C
  • Howell, William G
Series statement
  • Oxford handbooks
  • The Oxford handbooks of American politics
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Presidents
  • Presidents
  • United States
Label
The Oxford handbook of the American presidency, edited by George C. Edwards III and William G. Howell, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
  • Scott C. James
  • Precursors to governance.
  • Presidential transitions
  • James P. Pfiffner
  • Presidents and the political agenda
  • B. Dan Wood
  • The public presidency.
  • Public expectations of the president
  • Dennis M. Simon
  • Presidential responsiveness to public opinion
  • Introduction
  • James N. Druckman and Lawrence R. Jacobs
  • Leading the public
  • George C. Edwards III
  • Understanding the rhetorical presidency
  • Terri Bimes
  • Public evaluations of presidents
  • Paul Gronke and Brian Newman
  • The presidency and the mass media
  • Jeffrey E. Cohen
  • The legislative presidency.
  • George C. Edwards III and William G. Howell
  • The president and Congressional parties in an era of polarization
  • David W. Rhode and Meredith Barthelemy
  • Legislative skills
  • Stephen J. Wayne
  • Presidential approval as a source of influence in Congress
  • George C. Edwards III
  • The presidential veto
  • Charles M. Cameron
  • The consequences of divided government
  • John J. Coleman and David C.W. Parker
  • Approaches to studying the presidency.
  • Connecting interest groups to the presidency
  • Burdett A. Loomis
  • Unilateral action.
  • Going alone :
  • the presidential power of unilateral action
  • Kenneth R. Mayer
  • Prerogative power and presidential politics
  • Richard M. Pious
  • Assessing the unilateral presidency
  • Richard W. Waterman
  • Quantitative approaches to studying the presidency
  • Decision making.
  • Organizational structure and presidential decision making
  • John P. Burke
  • Influences on presidential decision making
  • Karen M. Hult and Charles E. Walcott
  • The psychology of presidential decision making
  • Stephen G. Walker
  • Implementing policy.
  • Presidential agendas, administrative strategies, and the bureaucracy
  • Robert F. Durant and William G. Resh
  • William G. Howell
  • The presidency-bureaucracy nexus :
  • examining competence and responsiveness
  • Anne M. Khademian
  • Judicial relations.
  • Nominating federal judges and justices
  • Lee Epstein and Jeffrey A. Segal
  • Judicial checks on the president
  • Keith E. Whittington
  • International politics.
  • Presidents, domestic politics, and the international arena
  • Game theory and the study of the American presidency
  • Douglas L. Kriner
  • Presidents and international cooperation
  • Jon C. Pevehouse
  • War's contributions to presidential power
  • William G. Howell and Tana Johnson
  • Reflections.
  • The paradigm of development in presidential history
  • Stephen Skowronek
  • Whose presidency is this anyhow?
  • Hugh Heclo
  • Brandice Canes-Wrone
  • Political scientists and the public law tradition
  • Louis Fisher
  • The study of presidential leadership
  • George C. Edwards III
  • Historical institutionalism, political development, and the presidency
Control code
ocn639273498
Extent
1 online resource (xiv, 877 p.)
Form of item
online
Other physical details
ill
Specific material designation
remote
Label
The Oxford handbook of the American presidency, edited by George C. Edwards III and William G. Howell, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
  • Scott C. James
  • Precursors to governance.
  • Presidential transitions
  • James P. Pfiffner
  • Presidents and the political agenda
  • B. Dan Wood
  • The public presidency.
  • Public expectations of the president
  • Dennis M. Simon
  • Presidential responsiveness to public opinion
  • Introduction
  • James N. Druckman and Lawrence R. Jacobs
  • Leading the public
  • George C. Edwards III
  • Understanding the rhetorical presidency
  • Terri Bimes
  • Public evaluations of presidents
  • Paul Gronke and Brian Newman
  • The presidency and the mass media
  • Jeffrey E. Cohen
  • The legislative presidency.
  • George C. Edwards III and William G. Howell
  • The president and Congressional parties in an era of polarization
  • David W. Rhode and Meredith Barthelemy
  • Legislative skills
  • Stephen J. Wayne
  • Presidential approval as a source of influence in Congress
  • George C. Edwards III
  • The presidential veto
  • Charles M. Cameron
  • The consequences of divided government
  • John J. Coleman and David C.W. Parker
  • Approaches to studying the presidency.
  • Connecting interest groups to the presidency
  • Burdett A. Loomis
  • Unilateral action.
  • Going alone :
  • the presidential power of unilateral action
  • Kenneth R. Mayer
  • Prerogative power and presidential politics
  • Richard M. Pious
  • Assessing the unilateral presidency
  • Richard W. Waterman
  • Quantitative approaches to studying the presidency
  • Decision making.
  • Organizational structure and presidential decision making
  • John P. Burke
  • Influences on presidential decision making
  • Karen M. Hult and Charles E. Walcott
  • The psychology of presidential decision making
  • Stephen G. Walker
  • Implementing policy.
  • Presidential agendas, administrative strategies, and the bureaucracy
  • Robert F. Durant and William G. Resh
  • William G. Howell
  • The presidency-bureaucracy nexus :
  • examining competence and responsiveness
  • Anne M. Khademian
  • Judicial relations.
  • Nominating federal judges and justices
  • Lee Epstein and Jeffrey A. Segal
  • Judicial checks on the president
  • Keith E. Whittington
  • International politics.
  • Presidents, domestic politics, and the international arena
  • Game theory and the study of the American presidency
  • Douglas L. Kriner
  • Presidents and international cooperation
  • Jon C. Pevehouse
  • War's contributions to presidential power
  • William G. Howell and Tana Johnson
  • Reflections.
  • The paradigm of development in presidential history
  • Stephen Skowronek
  • Whose presidency is this anyhow?
  • Hugh Heclo
  • Brandice Canes-Wrone
  • Political scientists and the public law tradition
  • Louis Fisher
  • The study of presidential leadership
  • George C. Edwards III
  • Historical institutionalism, political development, and the presidency
Control code
ocn639273498
Extent
1 online resource (xiv, 877 p.)
Form of item
online
Other physical details
ill
Specific material designation
remote

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