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(p. 1199) Political Behavior

(p. 1199) Political Behavior

    • Preface vii

    • About the Contributors xiii

  • Part I Introduction

    1. 1. Citizens and Political Behavior 3

      Russell J. Dalton & Hans-Dieter Klingemann

  • Part II Mass Belief Systems and Communication

    1. 2. Political Socialization 29

      M. Kent Jennings

    2. 3. Belief Systems and Political Decision-making 45

      James H. Kuklinski & Buddy Peyton

    3. 4. Elite Beliefs and the Theory of Democratic Elitism 65

      Mark Peffley & Robert Rohrschneider

    4. 5. Political Psychology and Choice 80

      Diana C. Mutz

    5. 6. Information, Persuasion, and Political Communication Networks 100

      Robert Huckfeldt

    6. 7. Political Communication 123

      Holli A. Semetko

    7. 8. Perspectives on Mass Belief Systems and Communication 144

      Philip E. Converse

  • Part III Modernization and Social Change

    1. 9. The Political Culture Paradigm 161

      Dieter Fuchs

    2. 10. Individual Modernity 185

      Christian Welzel

    3. (p. 1200) 11. Left–Right Orientations 206

      Peter Mair

    4. 12. Postmaterialist Values and the Shift from Survival to Self-Expression Values 223

      Ronald Inglehart

    5. 13. Clash of Values across Civilizations 240

      Takashi Inoguchi

    6. 14. Democratization: Perspectives from Global Citizenries 259

      Doh Chull Shin

    7. 15. Perspectives on political behavior in time and space 283

      Richard Rose

  • Part IV Political Values

    1. 16. Political Values 305

      Loek Halman

    2. 17. Political Intolerance in the Context of Democratic Theory 323

      James L. Gibson

    3. 18. Social and Political Trust 342

      Kenneth Newton

    4. 19. The Welfare State: Values, Policy Preferences, and Performance Evaluations 362

      Staffan Kumlin

    5. 20. Citizen Opinion on Foreign Policy and World Politics 383

      Richard C. Eichenberg

    6. 21. Norms of Citizenship 402

      Jan W. van Deth

    7. 22. Democratic Values 418

      Jacques Thomassen

  • Part V New Debates in Political Behavior

    1. 23. An Institutional Theory of Political Choice 437

      Paul M. Sniderman & Matthew S. Levendusky

    2. (p. 1201) 24. The Decline of Social Class? 457

      Oddbjørn Knutsen

    3. 25. The Effects of Religion and Religiosity on Voting Behavior 481

      Yilmaz Esmer & Thorleif Pettersson

    4. 26. Race and Political Behavior 504

      Shamit Saggar

    5. 27. Economic Models of Voting 518

      Michael S. Lewis-Beck & Mary Stegmaier

    6. 28. New Dimensions of Political Cleavage 538

      Kevin Deegan-Krause

    7. 29. Partisanship Reconsidered 557

      Sören Holmberg

    8. 30. The Personalization of Politics 571

      Ian McAllister

    9. 31. The Interaction of Structures and Voter Behavior 589

      Christopher J. Anderson

    10. 32. Perspectives on Electoral Behavior 610

      Anthony Heath

  • Part VI Political Participation

    1. 33. Turnout in Elections 621

      Andrü Blais

    2. 34. Political Activism and Party Members 636

      Susan E. Scarrow

    3. 35. Social Capital 655

      Dietlind Stolle

    4. 36. Civil Society and Democratization 675

      Edmund Wnuk-Lipinski

    5. 37. Social Movements 693

      Ruud Koopmans

    6. 38. The Spread of Protest Politics 708

      Dieter Rucht

    7. (p. 1202) 39. New Feminist Challenges to the Study of Political Engagement 724

      Pippa Norris

    8. 40. New Modes of Campaigning 744

      Rüdiger Schmitt-Beck

    9. 41. E-Government and Democracy 765

      Michael Margolis

    10. 42. Perspectives on Political Participation 783

      Max Kaase

  • Part VII Does Public Opinion Matter?

    1. 43. The Relationship between Public Opinion and Policy 799

      Christopher Wlezien & Stuart N. Soroka

    2. 44. Political Elites 818

      Jean Blondel & Ferdinand Müller-Rommel

    3. 45. Political Representation and Democracy 833

      Bernhard Wessels

    4. 46. Perspectives on Representation: Asking the Right Questions and Getting the Right Answers 850

      James Stimson

  • Part VIII The Methodology of Comparative Political Behavior Research

    1. 47. Research Resources in Comparative Political Behavior 865

      Miki Caul Kittilson

    2. 48. Comparative Opinion Surveys 896

      John Curtice

    3. 49. Methods of Elite Research 910

      Ursula Hoffmann-Lange

  • Index 929