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by Ross Alan Miller,Robert W. Jackman
Bob Jackman and Ross Miller are two of the finest political scientists today. Their book-Before Norms-takes a daring and engaging position opposing the idea that one can trace political outcomes to cultural behavior.
Bob Jackman and Ross Miller are two of the finest political scientists today. Instead, Jackman & Miller argue that one can more accurately understand political outcomes through institutional design. This book is sure to serve as a lightning rod for debate in the years to come on how one can explain political outcomes.
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Ross A. Miller is Associate Professor of Political Science at Santa Clara University.
Before Norms speaks to urgent debates among political scientists and sociologists over the origins of individual political behavior. Jackman is Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Davis. Ross A.
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By Robert W. Jackman and Ross A. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2004. With this volume, Robert Jackman and Ross Miller pursue a twofold ambition
By Robert W. With this volume, Robert Jackman and Ross Miller pursue a twofold ambition.
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This important new book carefully examines the role of institutions and civic culture in the establishment of political norms
The potato famines of the nineteenth century were long attributed to Irish indolence . This important new book carefully examines the role of institutions and civic culture in the establishment of political norms. Jackman and Miller methodically refute the Weberian cultural theory of politics and build in its place a persuasive case for the ways in which institutions shape the political behavior of ordinary citizens. 1946-. Publication, Distribution, et. Ann Arbor The issues The protestant ethic thesis Virtue in Italy and the United States Civic virtue, growth, and democratization Institutions and voter turnout Institutions and support for parties of the extreme right, with Karin Volpert Culture, institutions, and political behavior. Personal Name: Miller, Ross . 1965-.
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Publisher: University of Michigan Press (July 19, 2004)
Pages: 262 pages