Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] Peter K. Eisinger.|
|Series||Institute for Research on Poverty. Discussion papers, 108-72, Discussion papers (University of Wisconsin--Madison. Institute for Research on Poverty) ;, 108.|
|LC Classifications||JS331 .E356|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||49|
|LC Control Number||72182966|
The Conditions of Protest Behavior in. American Cities*. PETER K. EISINGER. University of Wisconsin, Madison. Political Environment and Protest. The complex interrelationship between politi-. cal environment variables on the one hand and. political behavior on the other has been a per-. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Eisinger, Peter K. Conditions of protest behavior in American cities. [Madison, University of Wisconsin] The Conditions of Protest Behavior in American Cities. Explores environmental conditions, including formal aspects of political structure and the climate of governmental responsiveness, which are associated with the incidence of political protest activities directed toward urban institutions in American by: The Conditions of Protest Behavior in American Cities. The complex interrelationship between political environment variables on the one hand and political behavior on the other has been a persistent concern of analysts of urban politics. The purpose of this paper is to begin an exploration of various environmental conditions associated with the incidence of political protest activities directed toward urban institutions, agencies, and officials in American cities.
This book has been cited by the following publications. “ The Conditions of Protest Behavior in American Cities.” American Political Science Review 11 . Cambridge Core - American Government, Politics and Policy - The Political Power of Protest - by Daniel Q. Gillion. This book has been cited by the following publications. “ The Conditions of Protest Behavior in American Cities.” The American Political Science Review – Ely, by: Eisinger, Peter K. “ The Conditions of Protest Behavior in American Cities.” American Political Science Review 11– The Politics of Protest offers both a historical overview and an analytical framework for understanding social movements and political protest in American politics. Meyer shows that protest movements, an integral part of our nation's history from the Boston Tea Party to the Civil Rights Movement, are hardly confined to the distant s:
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