Group membership and the mobilization of political participation

Leighley, Jan
May 1996
Journal of Politics;May96, Vol. 58 Issue 2, p447
Academic Journal
Addresses questions relating to how groups mobilizes members to participate in politics. Mechanics of group mobilization; Research design; How and which groups mobilize.


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