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Political Participation in Britain

The Decline and Revival of Civic Culture

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 216
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Contemporary Political Studies

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This broad-ranging text examines the big issues about political attitudes, behaviour and participation in contemporary Britain. Written by a leading expert and drawing on extensive research, this will be essential reading...

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This broad-ranging text examines the big issues about political attitudes, behaviour and participation in contemporary Britain. Written by a leading expert and drawing on extensive research, this will be essential reading for all students of British politics and everyone involved in the world of politics and policy.

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Incorporates data from a wide range of surveys and sources
Gives a comprehensive overview of the state of civic culture in Britain
Includes valuable crosscountry comparisons

British Democracy in the Twenty-First Century
Changes in Political Values and Attitudes
Trend in Participation in Britain
Political Parties and Grassroots Activism
Voluntary Activity and Social Capital
The Media and Political Participation in Britain
Britain in Comparative Perspective
Government Effectiveness and Civil Society
Civil Society and Governance in the Future.

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PAUL WHITELEY Professor of Government at the University of Essex, UK. He is a former director of the Economic and Social Research Council Programme on Democracy and Participation, and has been the co-director of the British Election Study since 2001.

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PAUL WHITELEY Professor of Government at the University of Essex, UK. He is a former director of the Economic and Social Research Council Programme on Democracy and Participation, and has been the co-director of the British Election Study since 2001.

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