The Ritual and Aesthetic in Electoral Law

Orr, Graeme (2004) The Ritual and Aesthetic in Electoral Law. Federal Law Review, 32 3: 425-450.

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Author Orr, Graeme
Title The Ritual and Aesthetic in Electoral Law
Journal name Federal Law Review
ISSN 0067-205X
Publication date 2004
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 32
Issue 3
Start page 425
End page 450
Total pages 26
Place of publication Canberra, A.C.T.
Publisher ANU College of Law, Australian National University
Language eng
Subject C1
1801 Law
Abstract The related ritual and aesthetic perspectives of electoral law are explored to understand the social and anthropological position of elections. Attention to the ritual and aesthetic dimensions of the structure of elections enhances the descriptive understanding of their legalistic process, which involves the role of these traditional perspectives in voting and the place of money in elections.
Q-Index Code C1

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