This study examines the utility of a public probity-focused approach to understanding citizen disaffection with those in public life. This work shows unequivocally that perceptions of public probity are coherent, substantively meaningful, and, crucially, that they do matter for our understanding of citizen disaffection. In doing so, this book makes a strong case for the importance of deeper and more detailed research into this area. Making use of major, newly available datasets, this study presents new substantive findings about the causes of political perceptions and the consequences of political realities. This book is important reading for students and scholars of public opinion, political corruption and political integrity.Traugott (eds)The Sage Handbook of Public Opinion Research (London: Sage) Rehfeld, A.(2005) The Concept of ... Analysis(London: Holt, Rinehart and Winston , Inc.), pp.249a258 Rose, J. andHeywood, P.(2013) Political Science ... Political Analysis, 11(2), pp.139a163 Shaw, D. R. (1999)AStudy ofPresidential CampaignEventEffects from 1952 to 1992, The Journal ... 50(1), pp.160a174 Weatherford, M.S.(1992) Measuring Political Legitimacy, American Political Science Review, 86(1), anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Public Understanding of Political Integrity|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2014-02-19|