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Perceptions, Attitudes and Political Engagement

Contentious Politics
Political Participation
Political Psychology
Social Movements
Knowledge
Political Sociology
P298
Katerina Vrablikova
University of Bath
Sonja Zmerli
Sciences Po Grenoble

Building: Faculty of Arts, Floor: 3, Room: FA326

Thursday 15:50 - 17:30 (08/09/2016)


Abstract

The panel focuses on how specific characteristics, contents and issues related to political engagement (character of protest, issues at the stake of participation, substantive understanding of politics, political information, individual socio-economic status) are perceived and understood by participants and general populations. Studying causal effects and correlations or causal mechanisms and processes, the papers show how these factors matter for how people view certain types of protests and issues, how they understand politics and participate.

Title Details
Young adults’ gender gap in political knowledge: a life cycle approach View Paper Details
Moving Beyond 'Beyond 'SES'': Do Privilege and Perception of Privilege Add to the Causal Propositions of the Civic Voluntarism Model? View Paper Details
Not all confrontations are accepted equal: A conjoint analysis on attitudes towards protest View Paper Details