Moved to Action: Motivation, Participation, and Inequality in American Politics

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Index
Page numbers in italics indicate tabular and figurative material. Pseudonyms used for individuals in the author's study may be found under Political Pathways study (2008).
AARP (American Association of Retired Persons), 116, 139
Abernathy, Ralph, 72
ACORN Katrina Survivors Association, 2
activation models of participation, 134— 37, 136
African Americans
Black Panthers, 108–9
Civil Rights movement, 4, 72–74, 86
Katrina disaster, New Orleans mayoral election following, 1–4, 8–9, 12, 86, 132
AIDS activism, 74, 107–8
Aldrich, John, 9–10
Almond, Gabriel, 55
alternative goals and benefits, 113–19, 139–41
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), 116, 139
American Citizen Participation Study (CPS, 1990)
comparison of ANES 1996 variables with, 152–55
comparison of Political Pathways study (2008) demographics with, 100, 100–101
personal commitment and political activity, relationship between, 18, 83–85, 84
regression analysis data drawn from, 78,79,80,82,83
underprivileged persons in, 87, 88, 89
American National Elections Study (ANES)
comparison of 1996 variables with CPS (1990), 152–55
education and political activity, relationship between, 9
information specialization, issue publics theory of, 61–64, 62, 63
measuring issue publics using data from, 58–60, 151
personal commitment and political activity, relationship between, 18, 83–85, 84
political elites versus issue publics, 67, 68, 69
politicized persons versus issue publics, 66
recruitment by organization, effect on motivation of, 17on9
regression analysis data drawn from, 78,79,82,83
resources and politicization, relationship between, 24
underprivileged persons in, 87, 88
American Political Science Association Task Force on Inequality and American Democracy, 4
Andersen, Ellen Ann, 74
ANES. See American National Elections Study
associations. See organizations, civic and political
attentive public model, 17, 48–50, 54–57, 56,67
benefits seekers, 138–39
Black Panthers, 108–9
Brader, Ted, 26
Brady, Henry, 9, 29, 74, 78, 80–81, 101
Bush, George W., 134–35

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