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Mobilizing inclusion : transforming the electorate through get-out-the-vote campaigns

Autore: Lisa García Bedolla; Melissa R Michelson
Editore: New Haven : Yale University Press, ©2012.
Serie: Yale ISPS series.
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Which get out the vote efforts actually succeed in ethnoracial communities, and why? Analyzing the results from hundreds of original experiments, the authors of this book offer a persuasive new theory to explain why some methods work while others do not. Exploring and comparing a wide variety of efforts targeting ethnoracial voters, the authors present a new theoretical frame: the social cognition model of voting,  Per saperne di più…
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Tipo documento: Book
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Lisa García Bedolla; Melissa R Michelson
ISBN: 9780300166781 0300166788
Numero OCLC: 778828021
Descrizione: xvi, 288 pages ; 24 cm.
Contenuti: Constructing voters: the sociocultural cognition model and voter mobilization --
Voters will throw away Jesus: indirect methods and getting out the vote --
Calling all voters: phone banks and getting out the vote --
Knock, knock, who's there? : door-to-door canvassing and getting out the vote --
Notes from the field: running an effective mobilization campaign --
Expanding the electorate through practice: voting and habit formation --
Transforming the American electorate --
Appendix A: detailed tables --
Appendix B: forms.
Titolo della serie: Yale ISPS series.
Responsabilità: Lisa García Bedolla & Melissa R. Michelson.

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Which get-out-the-vote efforts actually succeed in ethnoracial communities - and why? Analyzing the results from hundreds of original experiments, the authors offer a persuasive new theory to explain  Per saperne di più…

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