Public Opinion and Public Policy: Models of Political Linkage

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Dorsey Press, 1974 - Political Science - 477 pages
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Contents

Introduction
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SECTION I
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Voting Turnout Angus Campbell Philip E Converse
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90th Congress American party American Political Science among analysis Angus Campbell Anthony Downs attentive constituents attitudes behavior belief systems campaign candidates cation cent citizens civil rights Congress congressional conservatism conservative constituency opinion constraint correlation cynicism David Apter David Truman democracy Democratic Democratic party dependent variable differences dimension district Donald E Donald Stokes Edmund Burke Eisenhower election electorate elite Elmira factor factor analysis favoring floating voter followers foreign aid Gabriel Almond George Wallace Hanna Fenichel Pitkin idea-elements ideological ideology increase indicate individual influence interaction interest groups interviews involvement Iowa isolationism issues John Birch Society John Kessel John Plamenatz labor unions lative leaders legislators legislature legitimists less liberal liberal-conservative Likert scales linkage litical lobbyists majority mass mass media Massachusetts measure multidimensional scaling national party North Carolina off-year election opinion leadership Oregon Education Association partisan party identification party switching party system Paul Lazarsfeld perceived percentage perceptions Philip Converse Philip E political entrepreneur political parties Political Science political stratum political system position preference presidential profes public housing public opinion public ownership public policy question racial integration reapportionment relationship representative representative democracy Republican Republican party response role roll call votes roll-call Ronald D salience sample scores secondary groups Seymour Martin Lipset Sidney Verba social social security spurious relationships Survey Research switchers Table tion tisan trade unions turnout tween Two-Party System University of Michigan urban renewal Utah V. O. Key variables Vietnam volunteerism vote voter turnout voters Warren E Warren Miller

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