Étude sur la social-démocratie au Canada

         

David McGrane, professeur associé en études politiques
au Collège St. Thomas More à l’Université de la Saskatchewan

La concentration de la recherche de David McGrane est le NPD fédéral depuis 2000 et l’histoire de la social-démocratie au Québec et en Saskatchewan.

Professeur McGrane a publié plusieurs articles dans des revues académiques et divers chapitres dans des livres portant sur la politique canadienne. Sa recherche explore le féminisme et la social-démocratie en Saskatchewan; le sentiment d’aliénation de l’Ouest au sein de la CCF-NPD de la Saskatchewan; les politiques publiques des gouvernements Romanow et Calvert; et les campagnes du NPD de la Saskatchewan pendant les élections provinciales de 2007 et de 2011.

Bibliographie de la recherche de David McGrane

David McGrane, Remaining Loyal: Social Democracy in Quebec and Saskatchewan, Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, forthcoming in Spring 2014.

David McGrane, Stephen White, Loleen Berdahl, Michael Atkinson, "Leadership, Partisan Loyalty, and Issue Salience: The 2011 Provincial Election in Saskatchewan", Canadian Political Science Review, Volume 7, Number 1, (September 2013), pp. 1-12.

David McGrane, "Political Marketing and the NDP's Historic Breakthrough" in The Canadian Federal Election of 2011, Jon Pammett and Christopher Doran (eds.), Toronto: Dundurn Publishing, 2011, pp. 77-110.

David McGrane, "Balancing Conflicting Purposes: Saskatchewan Taxation Policy from 1991 to 2011" in New Directions in Saskatchewan Public Policy, David McGrane (ed.), Regina Canadian Plains Research Centre Press, 2011, pp. 91-120.

David McGrane, “A Mixed Record: Gender and Saskatchewan Social Democracy”, Journal of Canadian Studies, Volume 42, Number 1, (Winter 2008), pp. 179-203.

David McGrane, “The 2007 Provincial Election in Saskatchewan”, Canadian Political Science Review, Volume 2, Number 1, (March/April 2008), pp. 64-71.

David McGrane, “Which Third Way? A Comparison of the Romanow and Calvert NDP Governments from 1991 to 2007” in Saskatchewan Politics: Crowding the Centre, Howard Leeson (ed.), Regina: Canadian Plains Research Centre Press, 2008, pp. 143-164.

David McGrane, “Western Alienation or Mere Critique of Federal Government Policies?: Saskatchewan Social Democrats’ View of Federalism from 1900 to Present”, International Journal of Canadian Studies, Volume 32, (2005), pp. 205-235.

David McGrane. “Joesph W. Burton”, “Don Mitchell” and “Andrew Thomson” in Saskatchewan Politicians: Lives Past and Present, edited by Brett Quiring, Regina: Canadian Plains Research Centre. 2004, pp. 34-35, 169-170 & 228.

 

 

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