Political Behavior and the Local Context

Political Behavior and the Local Context

Political Behavior and the Local Context

Political Behavior and the Local Context

Synopsis

Brooks and Prysby have integrated and synthesized diverse existing research and offer a thorough introduction to the effects of context--defined here as a geographically bounded social unit--on individuals' political behavior. The volume first presents a general framework and a theory of contextual effects, discusses methodological problems unique to this field of study, and proposes a conceptual framework to guide future research. The volume challenges prevailing emphases and approaches--stressing the utility of an information-flow approach to contextual effects and new methodological strategies.
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