Political Judgment: Structure and Process

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Milton Lodge, Kathleen M. McGraw
University of Michigan Press, 1995 - 313 sider
How are impressions about political candidates organized in memory? What is the nature of political group stereotypes? How do citizens make voting decisions? How do citizens formulate opinions about key issues and politics? The contributors to Political Judgment: Structure and Process reach answers to these questions that will substantially influence how the next generation of scholars working at the intersection of political science and sociology, and public opinion researchers more generally, go about their work.
 

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Innhold

lntroduction
1
Memory Representations
15
Stereotypic Accuracy in Judgments of the Political
65
The Relation hetween Political Attitude lmportance
91
Toward a Procedural Model of Candidate Evaluation
111
Computational Experiments in Electoral Behavior
141
The AccuracyEffort
207
A Computational Model of
229
Suhject lndex
311
Acknowledgements
lnterpreting Horace 3
lmitation 18
THREE HORAT1AN SAT1RES 17334
4
The Paraphrase of Satire lLii 60
The lmitation of Satire
The lmitations of Odes lV i and lV ix 99

The Measurement
249
Bihliography
271
Contrihutors
303
The lmitation of Epistle lLii 116
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