Student Politics and Political Systems: Toward a Typology

@inproceedings{Weinberg1969StudentPA,
  title={Student Politics and Political Systems: Toward a Typology},
  author={Ian Weinberg and Kenneth N. Walker},
  year={1969}
}
  • Ian Weinberg, Kenneth N. Walker
  • Published 1969
  • Political Science
  • Prevailing analyses of student politics focus upon noninstitutionalized modes of political behavior and upon the social-psychological attributes of participants.This approach tends to ignore the importance of structural links between political system, university, intitutionalized, and noninstitutionalized student politics. The major forms in which institutionalized student politics appear in different nations are closely linked to the attributes of the political and educational systems of each… CONTINUE READING

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