Institutional confidence and social trust: aggregate and individual relations
Torcal, Mariano and Montero, José Ramón (eds.)
Political Disaffection in Contemporary Democracies: Social Capital, Institutions and Politics.
London; New York,
(Routledge research in comparative politics, 13).
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Part 1. Introduction 1. Political Disaffection in Comparative Perspective Part 2. Concepts and Dimensions 2. Democracy, Disaffection and Institutions: Some Neo-Tocquevillean Speculations 3. The Multidimensionality of Political Support for New Democracies: Conceptual Redefinition and Empirical Refinement Part 3. Causes I: Institutional Disaffection and Social Capital 4. Institutional Confidence and Social Trust: Aggregate and Individual Relations 5. Democracy and Involvement: The Benevolent Aspects of Social Participation 6. Understanding the Relationship between Social Capital and Political Disaffection in the New Post-Communist Democracies Part 4. Causes II: Politics and Institutions 7. Political Disaffection and Democratization History in New Democracies 8. Confidence in Parliaments: Performance, Representation and Accountability 9. Political Disaffection and Political Performance: Norway 1957-2001 10. Italy, Forty Years of Political Disaffection: A Longitudinal Exploration Part 5. Consequences: Participation, Protest, and Information 11. Does protest Signify Disaffection? Demonstrators in a Postindustrial Democracy 12. Political Participation, Information and Accountability: Some Consequences of Political Disaffection in New Democracies Part 5. Conclusions 13. Some Basic Conclusions About Political Disaffection in Contemporary Representatives Democracies
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