Polyarchy: Participation and Opposition

Yale University Press, 1973 - 257 páginas

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Level of Development
Equalities and Inequalities
Subcultures Cleavage Patterns and Governmental
The Beliefs of Political Activists
Foreign Control
Summary and Qualifications
Some Implications for Strategies
Countries Classified According to Eligi
B Contemporary Polyarchies circa 1969
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Página 2 - ... all full citizens must have unimpaired opportunities: 1. To formulate their preferences 2. To signify their preferences to their fellow citizens and the government by individual and collective action 3. To have their preferences weighted equally in the conduct of the government, that is, weighted with no discrimination because of the content or source of the preference.
Página 77 - Because of its inherent requirements, an advanced economy and its supporting social structures automatically distribute political resources and political skills to a vast variety of individuals, groups, and organizations.
Página 3 - These three opportunities, in turn, are dependent on the following institutional guarantees: 1. Freedom to form and join organizations 2. Freedom of expression 3. Right to vote 4. Eligibility for public office 5. Right of political leaders to compete for support 5a.
Página 163 - Maximize the material, short-run advantage of the nuclear family; assume that all others will do likewise.
Página 72 - I do not believe that there is a country in the world where, in proportion to the population, there are so few uninstructed, and at the same time so few learned, individuals.
Página 166 - Verba's (1965, p. 513) definition, "the political culture of a society consists of the system of empirical beliefs, expressive symbols, and values which defines the situation in which political action takes place," and it thus "provides the subjective orientation to politics.
Página 27 - Richard E. Dawson and James A. Robinson, "Inter-Party Competition, Economic Variables, and Welfare Policies in the American States,
Página 163 - In a society of amoral familists, no one will further the interest of the group or community except as it is to his private advantage to do so.

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