Comments on "Dealignment, Volatility, and Electoral Geography"
- DEALIGNMENT, VOLATILITY, AND ELECTORAL GEOGRAPHY. Johnston, R.J. // Studies in Comparative International Development;Fall87, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p3
Analyzes dealignment and electoral volatility as geographical components in understanding electoral behavior in European Economic Community countries and the U.S. Reasons for the dealignment in the electoral volatility; Impact of dealignment on the geographical stability; Types of electoral system.
- 2004 Election Preview. Shelby, Rick // American Gas;Nov2003, Vol. 85 Issue 9, p18
Previews the possible scenario for the 2004 Election in the U.S. Possible nominee for the presidential race; Factors that could make the 2004 presidential race far more competitive; Details on the House elections.
- WHITE'S Wagging Tongue. White, Cynthia // Stonewall County Courier (Aspermont, TX);5/8/2008, Vol. 22 Issue 25, p5
The article presents several humorous statements regarding the political campaign of a reelectionist politician in Texas.
- Paying attention to election season? MORRIS, GREG // Indianapolis Business Journal;11/7/2011, Vol. 32 Issue 36, p10
The author discusses issues concerning the political campaign for the 2011 election in Indiana and the Indiana Civic Health Index report which reveals the changes in civic engagement in the state.
- Rugged individuals and social butterflies: the consequences of social and individual political participation for political tolerance. Weber, Lori // Social Science Journal;2003, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p335
Empirical studies of political participation beyond voting include a variety of different activitiesï¿½from campaigning and convincing friends to writing letters and writing checks. Some activities may have very different consequences for citizens. This paper presents the argument that social...
- Speak up! You can be heard! Schrof, Joanne M.; Fischer, David // U.S. News & World Report;2/19/96, Vol. 120 Issue 7, p42
Declares that there are many ways for voters to influence the decisions and the candidates of the United States government. Public as angry and cynical, with a feeling of alienation from its leaders; Ways of speaking out including researching candidates, volunteering time rather than money to a...
- Effects of Negative Campaigning on Turnout in U.S. Senate Elections, 1988—1998. Lau, Richard R.; Pomper, Gerald M. // Journal of Politics;Aug2001, Vol. 63 Issue 3, p804
This paper addresses a very important question for media researchers, political campaigners, and democratic theorists alike: Does negative campaigning demobilize the electorate? Using both aggregate-and individual-level turnout data and evidence on the nature or "tone" of virtually every U.S....
- The New New Deal. Tomasky, Michael // New York;11/25/2002, Vol. 35 Issue 41, p42
Focuses on issues related to electioneering in the U.S. Liberalism in the election process; Security of the voters during election; Comments of the political activities of the Republicans.
- Campaign Signs, Race, and Political Participation in Mississippi, 2008. BASS, J. O. JOBY // Southeastern Geographer;Fall2011, Vol. 51 Issue 3, p473
Seeing the domestic campaign sign as a cultural landscape element offers the opportunity to examine geographical patterns of political participation and assess the social and cultural processes related to these patterns. Examining the geographical patterns of campaign sign postings in...