# Citizenship Rights and Social Movements: A Comparative and Statistical Analysis

By Joe Foweraker; Todd Landman | Go to book overview

Appendix C
Boolean Results

The Boolean algebraic solutions for the two models of citizenship rights and social movements (tested in Chapter 7) are shown here. Under each case, the dependent or outcome variable is to the left of the equals sign (=) in the line marked Model. Upper-case letters signify the presence of a variable and lower-case letters signify the absence of a variable. Following each solution are the years in which that solution occurs. An asterisk (*) marks those solutions where a combination of the principal citizenship rights and social movement variables are present (i.e. IPI, CRI, GAP; SMA, SR). The probability is calculated by counting the years that have an asterisk and dividing them by the total years in the period.

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 Minimized Truth Table #1 Model: IPI = CRI + GAP + SMA + SR + POLD + INFL + ECON + ENER + DEFEXP Outputs Minimized: 1 Method: Akers (Fast) *CRI gap SMA SR pold infl econ ener defexp + [ 1978] CRI gap sma sr POLD infl econ ener defexp + [ 1967] cri gap sma sr pold INFL ener defexp + [ 1964, 1965] *cri gap SMA SR pold INFL ener DEFEXP + [ 1980, 1981, 1985] *CRI GAP sma SR INFL econ ener DEFEXP + [ 1984, 1986, 1987] *CRI GAP SR pold INFL ECON ener DEFEXP + [ 1983, 1988, 1990] *cri gap sma SR POLD INFL ECON ener DEFEXP + [ 1982] *CRI gap SR pold INFL econ ENER DEFEXP [ 1979, 1989] Probability = 13:27 (48%)

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