Socio-Economic Status and Political Participation
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An analysis of the role of socio-economic status on minority political participation that argues that a number of external factors impact on it, including political party identification.
From the Paper:"The voting behavior of Americans has largely differed, depending on socio-economic, demographic or ethnic groups. These differences have not been steady, but rather they have varied, depending on the prevailing conditions of each electoral cycle. The root cause of this variation in voting patterns is simply that socio-economic status does not tell the whole story. There are a number of other external factors that contribute to minority voting and political participation. When these are factored into the socio-economic debate, variations in voting and other measures of political participation make more..."
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