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The Civic Culture Transformed
From Allegiant to Assertive Citizens
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'This is an interesting and important volume on political culture, focusing on postmaterialist values and beliefs, their origin, evolution and relation to functioning democracy ... It contributes to substantive political science research, especially comparative research; and, perhaps even more to the processes of studying comparative politics.' Perspectives on Politics
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Russell J. Dalton is a Professor of Political Science and the founding director of the Center for the Study of Democracy at the University of California, Irvine. His recent publications include Citizen Politics, 6th edition (2013), The Apartisan American (2012) and Political Parties and Democratic Linkage (2011). Dalton has also edited or co-edited more than a dozen volumes, including Citizens, Context and Choice (2011), Party Politics in East Asia (2008) and Citizens, Democracy and Markets around the Pacific Rim (2006). Christian Welzel is a Professor of Political Science and chair of political culture research at the Center for the Study of Democracy, Leuphana University. He is also a foreign consultant for the Laboratory of Comparative Social Research at the Higher School of Economics, St Petersburg, Russia. He is a former president of the World Values Survey Association. Welzel's recent books include Freedom Rising: Human Empowerment and the Quest for Emancipation (Cambridge, 2013) and Modernization, Cultural Change and Democracy (with Ronald Inglehart, Cambridge, 2005).
Foreword: pushing the envelope: analyzing the impact of values Marita R. Inglehart; 1. Political culture and value change Russell J. Dalton and Christian Welzel; Part I. Changing Values: 2. Value change over a third of a century: the evidence for generational replacement Paul R. Abramson; 3. The decline of deference revisited: evidence after twenty-five years Neil Nevitte; 4. Enlightening people: the spark of emancipative values Christian Welzel and Alejandro Moreno; Part II. Changing Images of Government: 5. Reassessing the civic-culture model Russell J. Dalton and Doh Chull Shin; 6. Dissatisfied democrats: democratic maturation in old and new democracies Hans-Dieter Klingemann; 7. Support for democracy in postcommunist Europe and Eurasia Christian Haerpfer and Kseniya Kizilova; Part III. The Impact of Cultural Change: 8. The structure and sources of global environmental attitudes Robert Rohrschneider, Matt Miles and Mark Peffley; 9. Social change and the politics of protest Tor Georg Jakobsen and Ola Listhaug; 10. Mecca or oil?: why Arab states lag in gender equality Pippa Norris; 11. Allegiance eroding: people's dwindling willingness to fight in wars Bi Puranen; 12. From allegiant to assertive citizens Christian Welzel and Russell J. Dalton.