Terry Nichols Clark is professor of sociology at the University of Chicago and coordinator of the FAUI Project. Vincent Hoffmann-Martinot is a political scientist at the French Urban Center, Cervel, and the CNRS in Bordeaux.
Terry Nichols Clark is professor of sociology at the University of Chicago and coordinator of the FAUI Project. Michael Rempel is an advanced graduate student in sociology at the University of Chicago. Series: Urban Policy Challenges Ser.
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However, as groups of society are becoming increasingly informed and critical and certain segments remain widely and consistently left out or disillusioned, opinions of democracy may suffer. Using a unique dataset (the Comparative Provincial Election Study) with a representative sample of Quebec voters, this analysis provides for the first time a more detailed and focused examination of orientations toward the democratic political regime across three different levels of government (national, provincial, and municipal).
Terry Nichols Clark, Vincent Hoffmann-Martinot. This volume introduces a new style of politics, the New Political Culture (NPC), which began in many countries in the 1970s. It defines new rules of the game for politics, challenging two older traditions: class politics and clientelism.
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The New Political Culture. Boulder, CO: Westview, 1998.
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Terry Nichols Clark tnclarkay. edu University of Chicago Chicago, Illinois, USA Teaching Assistant: Joseph Yi, 773-493-7531. They revolutionized the politics of their countries by embracing citizen democracy, environmentalism, gay rights, and abortion-generally consumption and lifestyle issues, with less emphasis on workplace and jobs than in the past. Leadership comes less from parties, unions, and ethnic groups; rather issue-specific leaders are more active, as are citizens and the media.