5 edition of Political redistricting and geographic theory found in the catalog.
Political redistricting and geographic theory
Richard L. Morrill
Bibliography: p. -76.
|Statement||Richard L. Morrill.|
|Series||Resource publications in geography|
|LC Classifications||JK1982 .M67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 76 p. :|
|Number of Pages||76|
|LC Control Number||81069235|
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Get this from a library. Political redistricting and geographic theory. [Richard L Morrill]. Intended for geography students, professors, and researchers, this publication deals with the process of political redistricting and shows how geographers can help devise plans that are responsible to office-holders, to voters, to legitimate community interests, and to a Cited by: 2.
The goal of redistricting is to draw boundaries around geographic areas such that each district results in “fair” representation. An effort to favor one group of interests over another by using the redistricting process to distort this fairness is often referred to as gerrymandering.4/5(1).
On the eve of the upcoming round of redistricting, Charles Bullock III, one of the nation's foremost experts on redistricting, has provided us with a comprehensive review of the political and legal issues involved in the districting by: Redistricting: The Most Political Activity in America.
This book will prepare readers for the redistricting of congressional, state legislative, and local 5/5(1). He is co-author of 4 books and co-editor of 16 other books; he has published over research articles and book chapters, including work in the American Political Science Review, the American Journal of Political Science, the Journal of Politics, the British Journal of Political Science, Electoral Studies, Social Choice and Welfare, and Public Choice.
Professor Grofman is a past President of the Public Price: $ This book will appeal to anyone interested in elections, the Supreme Court, Congress, or equality grounded on the Constitution.
When the Supreme Court decided partisan gerrymandering was beyond judicial oversight, it radically altered the constraints on redistricting and allowed for greater partisan by: Political Representation and Traditional Redistricting Principles Political representation in the United States is largely based on geography.
The people who live in state, county, city, or other jurisdiction elect leaders to represent them in the corresponding level of government. Gerrymandering occurs when state legislatures draw district.
Redistricting is the process of drawing boundaries for electoral and political districts in the U.S. and is usually done every ten years after the census.
The U.S. Constitution requires each Representative in Congress represent an equal number of citizens and mandates a census to determine the number of citizens and apportion seats to each state. Books for Political Science: Paper 1.
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Political Redistricting and Geographic Theory it was amazing avg rating — 1 rating — published Want to Read saving /5. "A Majority of the People: Electoral Politics and Redistricting in Washington State." Manuscript on file, Olympia: Washington State Library Morrill, Richard L., Political Redistricting and Geographic Theory.
Important, accessible, and timely, this book will generate controversy among scholars of redistricting. It is essential reading for students of American politics, as well as anyone who wants to better understand today’s political climate.' Benjamin G.
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