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The Oxford Handbook of Political Behavior

Edited by Russell J. Dalton and Hans-Dieter Klingemann

Oxford Handbooks

  • Oxford Handbooks of Political Science are the essential guide to the state of political science today
  • The only fully comprehensive ten-volume survey of the whole discipline
  • Not just a review of the discipline, but a major contribution to it
  • The Oxford Handbook of Political Behavior has an innovative structure, responding to the very latest scholarship in political behavior, with sections covering: Mass belief systems and communication, modernization and social change, political values, new debates in political behavior, political participation, does public opinion matter?, the methodology of comparative political behavior research
  • The volume covers and critiques all the key approaches to political behavior from the detached observer to the engaged practitioner
  • Engagingly written by an illustrious team of international contributors
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