Institutionalisation of Political Parties: Comparative Cases. Edited by Robert Harmel and Lars G. Svasand

Effects of Values and Context on Political Attitudes

Comparative Politics
 
Media
 
Political Sociology
 
Panel Number
P100
Panel Chair
Romain Lachat
Sciences Po Paris
Panel Discussants
André Freire
Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia – CIES-IUL
Peter Söderlund
Åbo Akademi
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Time
28/08/2015 15:50
Location
Building: Jean-Brillant Floor: Basement Room: B-0325
Abstract
The papers in this panel examine how values and political contexts influence political attitudes. One paper explores the relationship between the economic crisis, value change and support for EU, while another examines the relationship between democratic values and regime support in different political systems. Other topics in the papers are how cross-cutting ties have impact on civic attitudes, how television news influence the salience of immigration issues and whether persuasive words can increase support for polices by appealing to a broader audience than ideological value-laden words often do.

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Aunt Sue and Pal Al Travel Around the World: Attitudinal Correlates of Religious Bridging Social Networks in Eleven Democracies View Paper Details
Election Pledge Rhetoric: Selling Policy with Words View Paper Details
The Impact of Democratic Value Orientations on Regime Support in Democratic, Hybrid and Authoritarian Regimes View Paper Details
The Role of Sensationalism, Tabloidisation and Diversity in News Coverage of Immigration and Anti-immigrant Sentiments: Public and Commercial Television News Compared View Paper Details
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