VOTING AS A (MANDATORY) DUTY: CITIZEN ATTITUDES, POLITICAL ENGAGEMENT, AND PARTY OUTREACH UNDER COMPULSORY VOTING

@inproceedings{Rangel2017VOTINGAA,
  title={VOTING AS A (MANDATORY) DUTY: CITIZEN ATTITUDES, POLITICAL ENGAGEMENT, AND PARTY OUTREACH UNDER COMPULSORY VOTING},
  author={Gabriela Rangel},
  year={2017}
}
  • Gabriela Rangel
  • Published 2017
  • Political Science
  • OF DISSERTATION VOTING AS A (MANDATORY) DUTY: CITIZEN ATTITUDES, POLITICAL ENGAGEMENT, AND PARTY OUTREACH UNDER COMPULSORY VOTING Political participation is paramount to the well being of a democracy. Concerns over low turnout rates across the world have prompted a growing body of research on the potential for political institutions to foster electoral participation. Amongst those institutions, compulsory voting is found to have the largest and most robust impact on maximizing participation… CONTINUE READING

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