Table of contents for Oxford handbook of political behavior / edited by Russell J. Dalton and Hans-Dieter Klingemann.

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PART IINTRODUCTION
1.Citizens and Political Behavior3
Russell J. Dalton HansDieter Klingemann
PART IIMASS BELIEF SYSTEMS AND COMMUNICATION
2.Political Socialization29
M. Kent Jennings
3.Belief systems and political decision making45
James H. Kuklinski Buddy Peyton
4.Elite beliefs and the theory of democratic elitism65
Mark Pfeffley and Robert Rohrschneider
5.Political psychology and choice80
Diana C. Mutz
6.Information, persuasion, and political communication networks100
Robert Huckfeldt
7.Political communication123
Holli A. Semetko
8.Perspectives on mass belief systems and communication144
Philip E. Converse
PART IIIMODERNIZATION AND SOCIAL CHANGE
9.The political culture paradigm161
Dieter Fuchs
10.Individual modernity185
Christian Welzel
11.Leftright orientations206
Peter Mair
12.Postmaterialist values and the shift from survival to selfexpression values223
Ronald Inglehart
13.Clash of values across civilizations240
Takashi Inoguchi
14.Democratization: Perspectives from global citizenries259
Doh Chull Shin
15.Perspectives on political behavior in time and space283
Richard Rose
PART IVPOLITICAL VALUES
16.Political values305
Loek Halman
17.Political intolerance in the context of democratic theory323
James L. Gibson
18.Social and political trust342
Kenneth Newton
19.The welfare state: Values, policy preferences, and performance evaluations362
Staffan Kumlin
20.Citizen opinion on foreign policy and world politics383
Richard C. Eichenberg
21.Norms of citizenship402
Jan van Deth
22.Democratic values418
Jacques Thomassen
PART VNEW DEBATES IN POLITICAL BEHAVIOR
23.An institutional theory of political choice437
Paul M. Sniderman Matthew S. Levendusky
24.The decline of social class?457
Oddbjrn Knutsen
25.Religion and the Ballot Box: The effects of religion and religiosity on voting behavior481
Yilmaz Esmer Thorleif Pettersson
26.Race and political behavior504
Shamit Saggar
27.Economic models of voting518
Michael S. LewisBeck Mary Stegmaier
28.New dimensions of political cleavage538
Kevin DeeganKrause
29.Partisanship reconsidered557
Sren Holmberg
30.The personalization of politics571
Ian McAllister
31.The interaction of structures and voting behavior589
Christopher J. Anderson
32.Perspectives on electoral behavior610
Anthony Heath
PART VIPOLITICAL PARTICIPATION
33.Turnout in elections621
Andr Blais
34.Political activism and party members636
Susan E. Scarrow
35.Social capital655
Dietlind Stolle
36.Civil society and democratization675
Edmund WnukLipiski
37.Social movements693
Ruud Koopmans
38.The spread of protest politics708
Dieter Rucht
39.New feminist challenges to the study of political engagement724
Pippa Norris
40.New modes of campaigning744
Rdiger SchmittBeck
41.Egovernment and democracy765
Michael Margolis
42.Perspectives on political participation783
Max Kaase
PART VIIDOES PUBLIC OPINION MATTER?
43.The relationship between public opinion and policy799
Christopher Wlezien Stuart N. Soroka
44.Political elites818
Jean Blondel Ferdinand MllerRommel
45.Political representation and democracy833
Bernhard Weels
46.Perspectives on representation: asking the right questions and getting the right answers850
James Stimson
PART VIIITHE METHODOLOGY OF COMPARATIVE POLITICAL BEHAVIOR RESEARCH
47.Research resources in comparative political behavior865
Miki Caul Kittilson
48.Comparative opinion surveys896
John Curtice
49.Methods of elite research910
Ursula HoffmannLange
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Political psychology.
Political behavior.
Political sociology.