The Civic Culture: Political Attitudes and Democracy in Five Nations
This classic text is a comparative political study, based on extensive survey data that defined and analysed the Greek concept of civic virtuelture: the political and social attitudes that are crucial to the success of modern democracy in Western nations. Cited extensively, the book was origionall published in 1963.
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The civic culture Types of political culture
The impact of government Awareness of politics
Feelings Toward Government and Politics
Paeerns of Partisanship
Citizen Competence and Subject Competence
Civic cooperation and freedom to communicate
Civic cooperation and social values Civic coop
The distribution of voluntary association mem
bership Organizational membership and political
Profiles of Nations and Groups
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