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Germany Transformed

Political Culture and the New Politics

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$92.00 • £80.95 • €83.95

ISBN 9780674353152

Publication Date: 05/18/1981


400 pages

6-1/4 x 9-1/4 inches

49 line illustrations, 54 tables


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  • Foreword [Max Kaase]
  • Introduction
  • I. The Changing Political Culture
    • Legitimizing a System
    • The Involved Electorate
    • Sources of Political Information
  • II. The Changing Political Agenda
    • Politics and the Economic Environment
    • Politics and the International Environment
    • Old Politics and New Politics
  • III. Changing Partisan Politics
    • Transition in the Social Bases of German Politics
    • Partisanship and Political Behavior
    • Partisan Images and Electoral Change
    • A Causal Analysis of the Components of the Vote
  • IV. Epilogue
    • The 1976 Election
    • West German Politics in Transition
  • Appendix A: The Database
  • Appendix B: Constructed Measures
  • Notes
  • Index

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