A Theory of Political Choice Behavior

A Theory of Political Choice Behavior

A Theory of Political Choice Behavior

A Theory of Political Choice Behavior


Section A: Introduction The Need to Understand Political Choice Behavior Research Traditions in Voter Behavior Section B: A Theory of Political Choice Behavior Description of the Theory Basis of Choice Section C: Theory Testing Measurement of the Theory Four Tests of the Theory Section D: Strategies and Trends Strategic Implications of the Theory Future Trends Appendixes


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