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States differ in the extent to which they give their constitutions rigidity. Exploring constitutional amendment methods in 21 small island democracies with plurality elections, this study aims at explaining such rigidity differences. The leading expectation is that rigid amendment dominates in countries which have experienced in their political life disproportionate dominance in terms of party politics or excessive social fragmentation. These countries, namely, have probably internalized a needdoaj:dac04cfefbfb404f85e207b65c61cdc9 fatcat:uv4icb4i6zbzpowzfnsbkpywxq