Migration and Politics: The Impact of Population Mobility on American Voting Behavior

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Index
Age of migrants, 121, 146, 149 and environmental adaptation, 117-19 and party support, 151 and socioeconomic status, 21-22 and susceptibility to change, 8-9 table, 62
Andersen, Kristi, 175
Attitude consistency, 137, 150
Attitude stability, 137-39, 150
Automobile ownership effect on nonurban growth, 52
Beck, Paul Allen, 154
Bennett, W. Lance, 134
Berelson, Bernard R., 8, 72, 77
Birth rates, 46
Black consciousness, 58
Blacks electoral participation, 59, 147 rural-to-urban migration, 55-60 sociopolitical attributes, table, 59 southern, migration to North, 12, 15, 29, 56-60, 67, 107
Bloom, Howard S., 128
Boyd, Richard H., Jr., 78, 178
Breakage effect, 175
Brim, Orville G., Jr., 9, 15
Budge, Ian, 87
Burnham, Walter Dean, 151
Butler, David, 9, 77
Cain, Bruce E., 75
Calvert, Randall L., 97
Campbell, Angus, 11, 12, 15, 38, 40, 43, 49, 53, 74, 126
Candidate organizations, 74
Chicago black migration to, 57
Clubb, Jerome M., 160
Community size, 30, 49
Congressional voting behavior of black groups, tables, 59, 61 of migrants to South, tables, 63, 65 and party identification, 97 and political environment, 88, 90 and political environment change, graph, 93 and self-interest variables, 131-33 tables, 27, 28, 33 of urban-to-rural migrants, table, 55 of white northerners, table, 50
Congruent migration, 82 and attitude stability, 137-39 and belief systems, 126 within Democratic environments, 95 and party identification, 97-104 self-interest and voting behavior, 131- 33 and voting behavior, 88, 90
Contagion, social, 78-79, 148
Contextual analysis See Political environment, local
Converse, Philip E., 11, 12, 13, 15, 38, 40, 43, 49, 53, 58, 74, 106, 126, 127, 134, 135, 152
County unit, 19
Cox, Kevin R., 72
Crotty, William J., 74, 76
Dawson, Karen S., 106
Dawson, Richard E., 106
Distance of migration, 30
Dogan, Mattei, 11-12
Durkheim, Emile, 7

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