Public Opinion: Democratic Ideals, Democratic Practice
In this revision of their lauded Public Opinion: Democratic Ideals, Democratic Practice, Rosalee A. Clawson and Zoe M. Oxley continue to link the enduring normative questions of democratic theory to the best empirical research on public opinion. Exploring the tension between ideals and their practice, each chapter focuses on exemplary studies so that students gain a richer understanding of key findings and the research process as well as see methods applied in context.
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ARE CITIZENS PLIABLE?
DO CITIZENS ORGANIZE THEIR POLITICAL THINKING?
DO CITIZENS ENDORSE AND DEMONSTRATE DEMOCRATIC BASICS?
WHAT IS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CITIZENS AND THEIR GOVERNMENT?
WHAT DO WE MAKE OF PUBLIC OPINION IN A DEMOCRACY?
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Public Opinion: Democratic Ideals, Democtratic Practice
Rosalee A Clawson,Zoe M Oxley
Limited preview - 2012
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