Bowling Young: How Youth Voluntary Associations Influence Adult Political Participation

Abstract

ized as a nation of joiners, whose democracy is rooted in civil society (Tocqueville [1848] 1988). The participation of American citizens in families, schools, workplaces, and voluntary associations greatly influences their involvement in voting, campaigns, political parties, and community projects. As such, institutional affiliations shape the inputs that… (More)

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