Participation and Political Equality: A Seven-Nation Comparison

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University of Chicago Press, Aug 15, 1987 - Political Science - 394 pages
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In this survey of political participation in seven nations—Nigeria, Austria, Japan, India, the Netherlands, Yugoslavia, and the United States—the authors examine the relationship between social, economic, and educational factors and political participation.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Figures
6
Comparing participatory systems
23
The modes of democratic participation
46
Tables
55
The puzzle
63
a model
80
examples
89
Party and participation in Yugoslavia
215
modes of activity in Yugoslavia
224
sexrelated differences in political activity
234
The community context of participation
269
some consequences
286
A The modes of participation
310
Al Dimensions of political activity and modes of activity
316
A6 Direct oblimin rotated pattern matrix of the participation
322

Parties and organizations
94
the model applied
112
of affiliation
141
parties of the left and right
143
supporters of various parties
151
expectations
157
application
172
mobilized segments
207
A10 Higherorder factor loadings for seven countries
328
B Construction of scales
340
Sampling design sample weights and data base of basic tables
349
Bibliography
376
CrossNational Program in Participation
384
Index
387
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