TITLE

THE DETERMINANTS OF VOTER PARTICIPATION: A MORE GENERAL MODEL

AUTHOR(S)
Settle, Russell F.; Abrams, Buron A.
PUB. DATE
September 1976
SOURCE
Public Choice;Fall1976, Vol. 27, p81
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Discusses a general model for the rational theory of voter behavior that includes potentially important variables. Determinants of voter participation neglected in early studies; Analysis of U.S. presidential elections from 1868 to 1972; Use of total campaign expenditures as one control for the influence of information on relative voter turnout; Impact of radio and television variables on voter turnout.
ACCESSION #
17165028

 

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