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Political Issues and Trust in Government: 1964–1970.
National survey data demonstrate that support of the federal government decreased substantially between 1964 and 1970. Policy preference, a lack of perceived difference between the parties, andExpand
Group Consciousness and Political Participation
This article explores the theoretical and methodological problems underlying the relationship between group consciousness and political participation with data from the Center for Political StudiesExpand
Stratum identification and consciousness.
National sample data were analyzed to describe the identification and class consciousness of people with workingand middle-class occupations, race consciousness of blacks and whites, sexExpand
Schematic Assessments of Presidential Candidates
This article applies theories of social cognition in an investigation of the dimensions of the assessments of candidates employed by voters in the United States. An empirical description of theExpand
Front-Page News and Real-World Cues: A New Look at Agenda-Setting by the Media
Research on the agenda-setting role of the news media has often been guided by a rather narrow conception of how media content affects members of the public. In particular, reliance on aExpand
Rejoinder to “Comment” by Jack Citrin: Political Discontent or Ritualism?
In 1958 only 22 per cent of the total population felt that they could not "trust the government in Washington to do what is right" all or most of the time. By the fall of 1972 that figure had climbedExpand
Political Parties and Confidence in Government: A Comparison of Norway, Sweden and the United States
Comparable survey data from Norway, Sweden and the United States are used to examine trends in political trust for the period 1964–86. During the early part of that period trust declined in allExpand
The Development of Party Identification in Post-Soviet Societies
of how the parties are arrayed along axes of political conflict and where they fit in the political spectrum. T he development of mass partisanship and party identification has long been a focus ofExpand