6 edition of Popular Efficacy in the Democratic Era found in the catalog.
July 31, 2007
by Princeton University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||288|
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Popular Efficacy in the Democratic Era has added valuably to our understanding of political accountability in America."Paul Allen Beck, Perspectives on Politics.
Review "Nardulli's book is an important contribution to the field of U.S. electoral behavior and to the study of U.S. political parties. It employs a massive new data set to provide Author: Peter F.
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Free shipping for many products. Popular Efficacy in the Democratic Era provides a dramatically different picture of mass-elite linkages than most prior studies of American democracy, and an image of voters as being neither foolish nor manageable.
Moreover, it shows why party elites must take proactive steps to provide for the core political desires of by: 9. Popular Efficacy in the Democratic Era provides a dramatically different picture of mass-elite linkages than most prior studies of American democracy, and an image of voters as being neither foolish nor manageable.
Moreover, it shows why party elites must take proactive steps to provide for the core political desires of voters. Chapter Ten Popular Efficacy in the Democratic Era (pp. ) In this book I have sought to determine whether a theoretical and empirical basis exists for challenging the conventional wisdom concerning popular efficacy, a key tenet of democratic theory.
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Popular efficacy in the democratic era: a reexamination of electoral accountability in the United States, / Peter F. Nardulli. Format Book Published Princeton: Princeton University Press, c Description xv, p.: ill., maps ; 25 cm.
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In Popular Efficacy in the Democratic Era: A Reexamination of Electoral Accountability in the United States,Nardulli examines forty-four presidential election cycles with a nontraditional approach. Rather than rely on data collected on a national level, he studies it on local and state levels in assessing voter decisions and the.
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Contrary to popular belief, they promote moderate political participation through formal mechanisms such as voting only in democracies where institutions are working well. This is a radical departure from the bulk of the literature on civil society that sees NGOs and other associations as playing a role in strengthening democracy wherever they.
Peter F. Nardulli is a professor of political science, holds an appointment in the College of Law, and is the founding director of the Cline Center for Democracy at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
He is the author or editor of many books, including Popular Efficacy in the Democratic Era: A Reexamination of Electoral Accountability in the United States, Books 1. Popular Efficacy in the Democratic Era: A Reexamination of Electoral Accountability in the United States, Peter F.
Nardulli Social scientists have long criticized American voters for being "unsophisticated" in the way they acquire and use political information. The Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) was or is a proposed amendment to the United States Constitution designed to guarantee equal legal rights for all American citizens regardless of sex.
It seeks to end the legal distinctions between men and women in matters of divorce, property, employment, and other matters. The first version of an ERA was written by Alice Paul and. part of (external) political efficacy. Democratic practices in schools have the potential to serve as a model for the students' perception about the usefulness of political action and the development of feelings of school efficacy might influence control beliefs with regard to the democratic system and have effects on later political Size: KB.
Indeed, popular excitement over national growth and industrialization only thinly glossed over the stark economic inequalities and various degrees of corruption of the era (Figure ). Politicians of the time largely catered to business interests in exchange for political support and wealth.
The Idea of Democracy in the Modern Era is an erudite, interdisciplinary work of great breadth and complexity that looks to the past in order to reframe the future. With its global overview and comparative insights, it will stimulate discussion of how democracy can survive—and thrive—in the coming era.The Era of the Democrats By: Mya Taylor, Melissa Merck, Draevon Welsh, Jessica Williams, Lizz Burch, Jasmine Baldridge The era of the democrats began with Thomas Jefferson's election in It was the beginning of democratic domination lasting unitl civil war.Ober offers fresh readings of the political works of Thucydides, Plato, and Aristotle, among others, by placing them in the context of a competitive community of dissident writers.
These thinkers struggled against both democratic ideology and intellectual rivals to articulate the best and most influential criticism of popular rule.