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Competing motives in the partisan mind : how loyalty and responsiveness shape party identification and democracy / Eric W. Groenendyk.

by Groenendyk, Eric W.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Series in political psychology: Publisher: New York, N. Y. : Oxford University Press, c2013, 2015Description: xviii, 197 p. : ill, charts, figures, graphs, photos ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780190264307.Subject(s): Democracy | Voting | Political parties | Party affiliationDDC classification: 324.2019 G874
Contents:
Introduction -- A dual motivations theory -- Identity justification : identifying with the "lesser of two evils" -- Identity justification : issue reprioritization -- Cognitive resources and resistance to identity change -- Motivation and measurement error -- The paradox of partisan responsiveness -- Motivation and democracy -- References.
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Main / Collection principale 324.2019 G874 (Browse shelf) Available

v. 46 no. 3 (Fall 2017) Selected Accessions List -- Politics and Government

Includes bibliographical references (p. 177-190) and index.

Introduction -- A dual motivations theory -- Identity justification : identifying with the "lesser of two evils" -- Identity justification : issue reprioritization -- Cognitive resources and resistance to identity change -- Motivation and measurement error -- The paradox of partisan responsiveness -- Motivation and democracy -- References.

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