This article makes the case for a nuanced approach to the study of electoral fraud. Maturing techniques necessitate greater sensitivity toward questionable electoral practices. The evolution of electoral fraud in Canada, for instance, defies the conventional understanding of fraud, as it has moved beyond the grasp of a standard definition. Instead, detection depends on a dynamic analysis cognizant of the way different circumstances may lend themselves to possibly corrupt exploitation.
Leuprecht, C., & McCreery, C. (2002). When Fraud Comes of Age: Libations and Legitimacy in Canadian Electioneering. Public Integrity, 4(4), 273–289. https://doi.org/10.1080/15580989.2002.11770922
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