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The Resource Oxford handbook of political behavior, edited by Russell J. Dalton and Hans-Dieter Klingemann

Oxford handbook of political behavior, edited by Russell J. Dalton and Hans-Dieter Klingemann

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Oxford handbook of political behavior
Title
Oxford handbook of political behavior
Statement of responsibility
edited by Russell J. Dalton and Hans-Dieter Klingemann
Title variation
Political behavior
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Dalton, Russell J
  • Klingemann, Hans-Dieter
Series statement
The Oxford handbooks of political science
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Political psychology
  • Political sociology
Label
Oxford handbook of political behavior, edited by Russell J. Dalton and Hans-Dieter Klingemann
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
  • 1.
  • Citizens and political behavior/
  • Russell J. Dalton
  • Hans-Dieter Klingemann
  • p. 3
  • 2.
  • Political socialization/
  • M. Kent Jennings
  • p. 29
  • 3.
  • Belief systems and political decision making/
  • James H. Kuklinski
  • Buddy Peyton
  • p. 45
  • 4.
  • Elite beliefs and the theory of democratic elitism/
  • Mark Peffley
  • Robert Rohrschneider
  • p. 65
  • 5.
  • Political psychology and choice/
  • Diana C. Mutz
  • p. 80
  • 6.
  • Information, persuasion, and political communication networks/
  • Robert Huckfeldt
  • p. 100
  • 7.
  • Political communication/
  • Holli A. Semetko
  • p. 123
  • 8.
  • Perspectives on mass belief systems and communication/
  • Philip E. Converse
  • p. 144
  • 9.
  • political culture paradigm/
  • Dieter Fuchs
  • p. 161
  • 10.
  • Individual modernity/
  • Christian Welzel
  • p. 185
  • 11.
  • Left-right orientations/
  • Peter Mair
  • p. 206
  • 12.
  • Postmaterialist values and the shift from survival to self-expression values/
  • Ronald Inglehart
  • p. 223
  • 13.
  • Clash of values across civilizations/
  • Takashi Inoguchi
  • p. 240
  • 14.
  • Democratization : perspectives from global citizenries/
  • Doh Chull Shin
  • p. 259
  • 15.
  • Perspectives on political behavior in time and space/
  • Richard Rose
  • p. 283
  • 16.
  • Political values/
  • Loek Halman
  • p. 305
  • 17.
  • Political intolerance in the context of democratic theory/
  • James L. Gibson
  • p. 323
  • 18.
  • Social and political trust/
  • Kenneth Newton
  • p. 342
  • 19.
  • welfare state : values, policy preferences, and performance evaluations/
  • Staffan Kumlin
  • p. 362
  • 20.
  • Citizen opinion on foreign policy and world politics/
  • Richard C. Eichenberg
  • p. 383
  • 21.
  • Norms of citizenship/
  • Jan W. van Deth
  • p. 402
  • 22.
  • Democratic values/
  • Jacques Thomassen
  • p. 418
  • 23.
  • institutional theory of political choice/
  • Paul M. Sniderman
  • Matthew S. Levendusky
  • p. 437
  • 24.
  • decline of social class?/
  • Oddbjorn Knutsen
  • p. 457
  • 25.
  • effects of religion and religiosity on voting behavior/
  • Yilmaz Esmer
  • Thorleif Pettersson
  • p. 481
  • 26.
  • Race and political behavior/
  • Shamit Saggar
  • p. 504
  • 27.
  • Economic models of voting/
  • Michael S. Lewis-Beck
  • Mary Stegmaier
  • p. 518
  • 28.
  • New dimensions of political cleavage/
  • Kevin Deegan-Krause
  • p. 538
  • 29.
  • Partisanship reconsidered/
  • Soren Holmberg
  • p. 557
  • 30.
  • personalization of politics/
  • Ian McAllister
  • p. 571
  • 31.
  • interaction of structures and voter behavior/
  • Christopher J. Anderson
  • p. 589
  • 32.
  • Perspectives on electoral behavior/
  • Anthony Heath
  • p. 610
  • 33.
  • Turnout in elections/
  • Andre Blais
  • p. 621
  • 34.
  • Political activism and party members/
  • Susan E. Scarrow
  • p. 636
  • 35.
  • Social capital/
  • Dietlind Stolle
  • p. 655
  • 36.
  • Civil society and democratization/
  • Edmund Wnuk Lipinski
  • p. 675
  • 37.
  • Social movements/
  • Ruud Koopmans
  • p. 693
  • 38.
  • spread of protest politics/
  • Difter Rucht
  • p. 708
  • 39.
  • New feminist challenges to the study of political engagement/
  • Pippa Norris
  • p. 724
  • 40.
  • New modes of campaigning/
  • Rudiger Schmitt-Beck
  • p. 744
  • 41.
  • E-government and democracy/
  • Michael Margolis
  • p. 765
  • 42.
  • Perspectives on political participation/
  • Max Kaase
  • p. 783
  • 43.
  • relationship between public opinion and policy/
  • Christopher Wlezien
  • Stuart N. Soroka
  • p. 799
  • 44.
  • Political elites/
  • Jean Blondel
  • Ferdinand Muller-Rommel
  • p. 818
  • 45.
  • Political representation and democracy/
  • Bernhard Wessels
  • p. 833
  • 46.
  • Perspectives on representation : asking the right questions and getting the right answers/
  • James Stimson
  • p. 850
  • 47.
  • Research resources in comparative political behavior/
  • Miki Caul Kittilson
  • p. 865
  • 48.
  • Comparative opinion surveys/
  • John Curtice
  • p. 896
  • 49.
  • Methods of elite research/
  • Ursula Hoffmann-Lange
  • p. 910
Control code
ocm80360489
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xvi, 992 p.
Isbn
9780199270125
Lccn
2007003074
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Oxford handbook of political behavior, edited by Russell J. Dalton and Hans-Dieter Klingemann
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
  • 1.
  • Citizens and political behavior/
  • Russell J. Dalton
  • Hans-Dieter Klingemann
  • p. 3
  • 2.
  • Political socialization/
  • M. Kent Jennings
  • p. 29
  • 3.
  • Belief systems and political decision making/
  • James H. Kuklinski
  • Buddy Peyton
  • p. 45
  • 4.
  • Elite beliefs and the theory of democratic elitism/
  • Mark Peffley
  • Robert Rohrschneider
  • p. 65
  • 5.
  • Political psychology and choice/
  • Diana C. Mutz
  • p. 80
  • 6.
  • Information, persuasion, and political communication networks/
  • Robert Huckfeldt
  • p. 100
  • 7.
  • Political communication/
  • Holli A. Semetko
  • p. 123
  • 8.
  • Perspectives on mass belief systems and communication/
  • Philip E. Converse
  • p. 144
  • 9.
  • political culture paradigm/
  • Dieter Fuchs
  • p. 161
  • 10.
  • Individual modernity/
  • Christian Welzel
  • p. 185
  • 11.
  • Left-right orientations/
  • Peter Mair
  • p. 206
  • 12.
  • Postmaterialist values and the shift from survival to self-expression values/
  • Ronald Inglehart
  • p. 223
  • 13.
  • Clash of values across civilizations/
  • Takashi Inoguchi
  • p. 240
  • 14.
  • Democratization : perspectives from global citizenries/
  • Doh Chull Shin
  • p. 259
  • 15.
  • Perspectives on political behavior in time and space/
  • Richard Rose
  • p. 283
  • 16.
  • Political values/
  • Loek Halman
  • p. 305
  • 17.
  • Political intolerance in the context of democratic theory/
  • James L. Gibson
  • p. 323
  • 18.
  • Social and political trust/
  • Kenneth Newton
  • p. 342
  • 19.
  • welfare state : values, policy preferences, and performance evaluations/
  • Staffan Kumlin
  • p. 362
  • 20.
  • Citizen opinion on foreign policy and world politics/
  • Richard C. Eichenberg
  • p. 383
  • 21.
  • Norms of citizenship/
  • Jan W. van Deth
  • p. 402
  • 22.
  • Democratic values/
  • Jacques Thomassen
  • p. 418
  • 23.
  • institutional theory of political choice/
  • Paul M. Sniderman
  • Matthew S. Levendusky
  • p. 437
  • 24.
  • decline of social class?/
  • Oddbjorn Knutsen
  • p. 457
  • 25.
  • effects of religion and religiosity on voting behavior/
  • Yilmaz Esmer
  • Thorleif Pettersson
  • p. 481
  • 26.
  • Race and political behavior/
  • Shamit Saggar
  • p. 504
  • 27.
  • Economic models of voting/
  • Michael S. Lewis-Beck
  • Mary Stegmaier
  • p. 518
  • 28.
  • New dimensions of political cleavage/
  • Kevin Deegan-Krause
  • p. 538
  • 29.
  • Partisanship reconsidered/
  • Soren Holmberg
  • p. 557
  • 30.
  • personalization of politics/
  • Ian McAllister
  • p. 571
  • 31.
  • interaction of structures and voter behavior/
  • Christopher J. Anderson
  • p. 589
  • 32.
  • Perspectives on electoral behavior/
  • Anthony Heath
  • p. 610
  • 33.
  • Turnout in elections/
  • Andre Blais
  • p. 621
  • 34.
  • Political activism and party members/
  • Susan E. Scarrow
  • p. 636
  • 35.
  • Social capital/
  • Dietlind Stolle
  • p. 655
  • 36.
  • Civil society and democratization/
  • Edmund Wnuk Lipinski
  • p. 675
  • 37.
  • Social movements/
  • Ruud Koopmans
  • p. 693
  • 38.
  • spread of protest politics/
  • Difter Rucht
  • p. 708
  • 39.
  • New feminist challenges to the study of political engagement/
  • Pippa Norris
  • p. 724
  • 40.
  • New modes of campaigning/
  • Rudiger Schmitt-Beck
  • p. 744
  • 41.
  • E-government and democracy/
  • Michael Margolis
  • p. 765
  • 42.
  • Perspectives on political participation/
  • Max Kaase
  • p. 783
  • 43.
  • relationship between public opinion and policy/
  • Christopher Wlezien
  • Stuart N. Soroka
  • p. 799
  • 44.
  • Political elites/
  • Jean Blondel
  • Ferdinand Muller-Rommel
  • p. 818
  • 45.
  • Political representation and democracy/
  • Bernhard Wessels
  • p. 833
  • 46.
  • Perspectives on representation : asking the right questions and getting the right answers/
  • James Stimson
  • p. 850
  • 47.
  • Research resources in comparative political behavior/
  • Miki Caul Kittilson
  • p. 865
  • 48.
  • Comparative opinion surveys/
  • John Curtice
  • p. 896
  • 49.
  • Methods of elite research/
  • Ursula Hoffmann-Lange
  • p. 910
Control code
ocm80360489
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xvi, 992 p.
Isbn
9780199270125
Lccn
2007003074
Other physical details
ill.

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