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Some Theoretical Approaches to the Study of Political
Propositions Derived From Different Theoretical
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Advocacy of Violence Advocate Violence approval of violence approve of non-violent black friends Black Neighborhoods blacks to gain Blacks Who Advocate blacks who identify Chl-Square Likelihood Ratio Class Identification D. F. Probability discrimination against blacks dominant groups experience of deprivation experience of job experience of police Experienced Job Discrimination Experienced Police Abuse Final Hierarchical Model final model gain their rights group theory individual experience Interracial Neighborhood Contact Intragroup Preference lower class lower-class identifiers Middle Working Lower mixed neighborhoods modelled data non-conventional political tactics Non-violent Activity non-violent protest Observed Police Abuse odds ratios original data participation in non-violent Perceived Job Discrimination Perception of Shared political protest proportion of blacks proportion of whites Proposition protest by blacks Racial Composition relative deprivation shared job discrimination Significance Test sit-ins socially shared experience three-variable interaction effects Total City Population two-variable model V-1 level model variable violence by blacks Violence to Gain white approval white friends