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A comprehensive introduction to political behavior, this text covers all the basic sub-fields, including behavioralism as a method of inquiry, political culture, public opinion, voting and elections, political participation, leaders and activists, interest groups, and social movements. Each section includes an overview and chapters that include "state of the art" work in each sub-field.
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Joanna Everitt is an Associate professor of politics at the University of New Brunswick - Saint John Campus. Her research focuses on gender differences in public opinion; women, media and leadership evaluation; and voting behaviour. She has published in journals such as Press/Politics, Women
and Politics, the Canadian Journal of Political Science, and the Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology.
Brenda O'Neill is Assistant Professor of Political Studies at the Univesity of Manitoba. Her research has examined gender as a defining factor in public opinion and political behaviour. Recent publications can be found in the International Journal of Canadian Studies (1998) and the Canadian Journal
of Political Science.
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Book Description Oxford University Press, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0195414470