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100 1  Zuckerman, Alan 
245 10 Social Logic of Politics :|bPersonal Networs As Contexts 
264  1 Philadelphia :|bTemple University Press,|c2005 
264  4 |c©2005 
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505 0  Intro -- Contents -- List of Tables and Figures -- Preface
       and Acknowledgments -- About the Contributors -- 
       INTRODUCTION: THEORETICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL CONTEXT -- 1 
       Returning to the Social Logic of Politics -- 2 Individuals,
       Dyads, and Networks:Autoregressive Patterns of Political 
       Influence -- I. FAMILIES AS SOURCES OF STRONG POLITICAL 
       TIES -- 3 Political Similarity and Influence between 
       Husbands and Wives -- 4 Do Couples Support the Same 
       Political Parties? Sometimes: Evidence from British and 
       German Household Panel Surveys -- 5 Family Ties: 
       Understanding the Intergenerational Transmission of 
       Political Participation -- II. FRIENDS, WORKMATES, 
       NEIGHBORS, AND POLITICALCONTEXTS: THE EFFECTS OF WEAK TIES
       ON ELECTORAL CHOICESAND POLITICAL PARTICIPATION -- 6 
       Changing Class Locations and Partisanship in Germany -- 7 
       Choosing Alone? The Social Network Basis of Modern 
       Political Choice -- 8 Friends and Politics: Linking 
       Diverse Friendship Networks to Political Participation -- 
       9 Networks, Gender, and the Use of State Authority: 
       Evidence from a Study of Arab Immigrants in Detroit -- 10 
       Putting Voters in their Places: Local Context and Voting 
       in England and Wales, 1997 -- 11 Party Identification, 
       Local Partisan Contexts, and the Acquisition of 
       Participatory Attitudes -- 12 Macro-Politics and Micro-
       Behavior: Mainstream Politics and the Frequency of 
       Political Discussion inContemporary Democracies -- III. 
       THE SOCIAL LOGIC OF POLITICS: LOOKING AHEAD -- 13 Agent-
       Based Explanations for the Survival of Disagreement in 
       Social Networks -- 14 Turnout in a Small World -- Notes --
       References -- Index 
520    Using classic theories and methodologies, this collection 
       maintains that individuals make political choices by 
       taking into account the views, preferences, evaluations, 
       and actions of other people who comprise their social 
       networks. These include family members, friends, neighbors,
       and workmates, among others. The volume re-establishes the
       research of the Columbia School of Electoral Sociology 
       from several decades ago, and contrasts it with rational 
       choice theory and the Michigan School of Electoral 
       Analysis. Written by political scientists with a range of 
       interests, this volume returns the social logic of 
       politics to the heart of political science 
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       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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650  0 Political sociology.;Political socialization.;Social 
       networks -- Political aspects.;Political 
       participation.;Voting 
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