Explaining politics : culture, institutions, and political behavior

Oliver H. Woshinsky

This unique text offers a comprehensive overview of who participates in politics and why, how social and political institutions shape that involvement, and, ultimately, what form citizen political participation takes. Drawing on a multitude of factors to explain politics and political behaviour, Woshinsky shows that political outcomes depend on a complex interplay between individuals and their environment. Psychology, personality, and ideology, together with culture, institutions, and social context shape political behaviour. Explaining Politics offers a wealth of comparative examples and practical applications through a lively and engaging narrative.

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  • Introduction: Personality and Environment Part 1: Culture and Politics 1. The Impact of Culture 2. Cultures and Conflict 3. Politics and Cooperation 4. The Diversity of Political Culture 5. The Origins and Persistence of Political Culture Part 2: Individuals in Politics 6. Who Becomes Political? Who Doesn't? 7. Citizen Voting Behavior 8. The Beliefs of Political Activists 9. Political Ideologies and Post-Industrial Values Part 3: Institutions and Systems in Politics 10. Institutions and Behavior: The Impact of Voting Systems 11. Institutions and Leadership: A Comparison of Parliamentary and Presidential Systems 12. Institutions and the Balance of Power 13. The Impact of Parties on Political Behavior 14. How the Media Structure Politics 15. The Personality of Political Leaders 16. The Impact of Globalization: Democracy, Anarchy, or ... ?

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書名 Explaining politics : culture, institutions, and political behavior
著作者等 Woshinsky, Oliver H.
Woshinsky Oliver
出版元 Routledge
刊行年月 2008
ページ数 xiv, 410 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 9780415960786
NCID BA87611109
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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