市民と政治:政治心理学的考察<br>Citizens and Politics : Perspectives from Political Psychology (Cambridge Studies in Political Psychology and Public Opinion)

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市民と政治:政治心理学的考察
Citizens and Politics : Perspectives from Political Psychology (Cambridge Studies in Political Psychology and Public Opinion)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 520 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780521593762
  • DDC分類 320.019

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New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2001. It addresses the questions of citizen political competence from different political psychology perspectives.

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Citizens and Politicstogether some of the research on citizen decision making. It addresses the questions of citizen political competence from different political psychology perspectives. Some of the authors in this volume look to affect and emotions to determine how people reach political judgements, others to human cognition and reasoning. Still others focus on perceptions or basic political attitudes such as political ideology. Several demonstrate the impact of values on policy preferences. The collection features chapters from some of the most talented political scientists in the field.

Table of Contents

Prologue
1. Political psychology and the study of
citizens and politics James Kuklinski
Part I. Affect and Emotion: Section
introduction James Kuklinski
2. The role of affect in symbolic politics
David O. Sears
3. Emotions and politics: the dynamic functions
of emotionality George E. Marcus and Michael B.
MacKuen
4. Cognitive neuroscience, emotion, and
leadership Roger D. Masters
5. Commentary: emotion as virtue and vice
Gerald L. Clore and Linda M. Isbell
Part II. Political Cognition: Section
introduction James Kuklinski
6. An experimental study of information search,
memory, and decision making during a political
campaign Richard R. Lau and David P. Redlawsk
7. Political accounts and attribution processes
Kathleen M. McGraw
8. The motivated construction of political
judgments Charles S. Taber, Jill Glathar and
Milton Lodge
9. Commentary: on the dynamic and goal-oriented
nature of (candidate) evaluations Sharon
Shavitt and Michelle R. Nelson
Part III. Political Attitudes and Perceptions:
Section introduction James Kuklinski
10. Public opinion and democratic politics: the
problem of nonattitudes and the social
construction of political judgment Paul M.
Sniderman, Phillip E. Tetlock and Laurel Elms
11. Implications of a latitude-theory model of
citizen attitudes for political campaigning,
debate, and representation Gregory Andrade
Diamond
12. Where you stand depends on what you see:
connections among values, perceptions of fact,
and political prescriptions Jennifer L.
Hochschild
13. Commentary: the meaning of 'attitude' in
representative democracies James H. Kuklinski
and Jennifer Jerit
Part IV. Political Values: Section introduction
James Kuklinski
14. Social welfare attitudes and the
humanitarian sensibility Stanley Feldman and
Marco Steenbergen
15. American individualism reconsidered Gregory
B. Markus
16. Political values judgments Laura Stoker
Commentary: the study of values Kenneth Rasinski
Commentary: the value of politics Melissa A.
Orlie.