Book , Print in English

Controversies in voting behavior

edited by Richard G. Niemi, Herbert F. Weisberg.
  • Washington, D.C. : CQ Press, ©2001.
  • 4th ed.
  • viii, 494 pages : illustrations charts ; 23 cm.
Subjects
Contents
  • Why is voter turnout low (and why is it declining?)
  • Tuning in, turning out / Robert D. Putnam
  • Solving the puzzle of participation in electoral politics / Steven J. Rosenstone and John Mark Hansen
  • Electoral participation / Mark N. Franklin
  • Does a lack of political information matter?
  • Information effects in collective preferences / Scott L. Althaus
  • Voting correctly / Richard R. Lau and David P. Redlawsk
  • Rational public opinion / Benjamin I. Page and Robert Y. Shapiro
  • What determines the vote?
  • National economic voting in U.S. presidenial elections / Richard Nadeau and Michael S. Lewis-Beck
  • Multiple-stage explanation of political preferences / Warren E. Miller and J. Merrill Shanks
  • The responsive voter / Milton Lodge and Marco R. Steenburgen, with Shawn Brau
  • Do voters prefer divided government?
  • Balancing explanations of divided government / Morris Fiorina
  • A new approach to the study of ticket splitting / Barry C. Burden and David C. Kimball
  • How much does politics affect party identification?
  • Generational changes and party identification / Warren E. Miller
  • Partisan stability / Donald P. Green, Bradley L. Palmquist, and Eric Schickler
  • Macropartisanship / Robert S. Erikson, Michale B. MacKuen, and James A. Stimson
  • Is the party system changing?
  • Party coalitions in transition: partisanship and group support, 1952-1996 / Harold W. Stanley and Richard G. Niemi
  • The sixth American party system: electoral change, 1952-1992 / John H. Aldrich and Richard G. Niemi.
Other information
  • Includes bibliographical references (p. 427-476) and indexes.
ISBN
  • 1568023340 (acid-free paper)
  • 9781568023342 (acid-free paper)
Identifying numbers
  • LCCN: 00067454
  • OCLC: 45460932