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Institutional Effects on Political Attitudes and Values

Comparative Politics
 
Elections
 
Institutions
 
Panel Number
P188
Panel Chair
Shane Singh
University of Georgia School of Public and International Affairs – SPIA
Panel Discussant
Damien Bol
Kings College London
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Time
28/08/2015 17:50
Location
Building: Jean-Brillant Floor: Basement Room: B-0325
Abstract
This panel examines the effects of institutions on political attitudes and values. The influence of various forms of institutions is inspected: mechanisms of direct democracy (whether the plebiscite is called by authorities or by citizens, whether the plebiscite is mandatory or optional, whether the plebiscite is actually used), the proportionality of the electoral system, and technocratic governance. Diverse dependent variables are considered: presidential approval in 16 Latin American countries, ideological congruence between the preferences of voters and representatives in New Zealand, satisfaction with democracy in Europe, external political efficacy in Switzerland, and political trust in Europe.

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Empirical State Legitimacy and Governance Provision in Nigeria View Paper Details
Exploring the Impact of the Technocratic Experience on Citizens’ Political Trust and Democratic Attitudes View Paper Details
Institutions, Contexts, and Citizens’ Judgments of their Democracy View Paper Details
The Effect of Direct Democratic Rights on Citizens’ External Efficacy: A Multilevel Investigation of Swiss Population data View Paper Details
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