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ECPR Journals Virtual Special Issue

Patterns of Political Participation and Legitimacy

Political Participation
 
International
 
Education
 
Panel Number
P313
Panel Chair
Stefan Kruse
Leuphana Universität Lüneburg
Panel Discussant
Phillip Hocks
Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
Section

Time
23/08/2018 15:50 - 17:30
Location
Building: VMP 8 Floor: Ground Room: 06
Abstract
This panel brings together scholars studying political participation in the context of comparative political culture. Examining the legitimacy of political regimes and its determinants this panel combines studies on the role of public deliberation among political elites and media accountability instruments with evidence about the importance of the participation of those potentially affected by political decisions. Thereby, formal democratic institutions are treated as a determinant and a conditioning factor of citizen's engagement in the political process. Empirically, the mainly survey-based studies draw upon a broad range of international public opinion data seeking to provide a better understanding of global differences in political culture which is complemented by a more nuanced perspective from case-study evidence.

Paper List


Title Details
Deliberation Across the World - A Cross-National Examination of the Link Between Deliberation and Regime Legitimacy View Paper Details
Media Accountability Meets Media Polarisation: A Case Study from Poland View Paper Details
Testing the Relationship Between Contacting Politicians and Education in Different Political Contexts View Paper Details
Who Cares? The Effect of Eligibility on Political Interest and Knowledge of Adolescents View Paper Details
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