Democracy and Disenfranchisement
April 2009, Wiley-Blackwell
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Psychologists, political scientists, and experts in election law present a multidisciplinary perspective on voting.
- Personality characteristics such as motivation, values, and efficacy are considered, as are demographic variables such as education, age, and social class
Examines the reciprocal relationship that exists in the functions of voting for individual and society: the interplay between persons and institutions gives rise to the perception that a government is or is not legitimate, and to the sense that an individual does, or does not, belong