5 edition of The Science of Voter Mobilization (The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science Series) found in the catalog.
October 2, 2006
by Sage Publications, Inc
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||204|
American Political Science Review. “The Effect of a Nonpartisan Get-Out-the Vote Drive: An Experimental Study of Leafletting” (with Donald P. Green) Journal of Politics. BOOK CHAPTERS AND OTHER WRITINGS “Field Experiments on Voter Mobilization: An Overview of a Burgeoning Literature” (with Donald P. Green) Start studying Political Science (Voting and Elections). Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. -mobilization. Retrospective judgment. .
Cookies must be enabled in your browser to login You must log in to continue: Have questions? Check out the Documentation or Contact Us. Social Science; Society & Culture Anonymous. Anonymous asked in Politics & Government Government 9 years ago. What does the term "mobilize voters" mean? In a question like, "how did political parties during the antebellum period mobilize their voters", what does "mobilize their voters" mean? Politics, like sports, uses a lot of.
Ethnicity and Elections in Turkey attempts to understand the mobilization strategies of incumbent parties to consolidate and increase their support among swing voters of an ethnic group. By analyzing the strategy of AKP on voters of Kurdish origin, it investigates the conditions under which it can mobilize them through the clientelistic network. Get Out the Vote has become the reference text for those who manage campaigns and study voter mobilization. In this expanded and updated edition, Green and Gerber incorporate data from a trove of recent studies that shed new light on the cost-effectiveness and efficiency of various campaign tactics, including door-to-door canvassing, e-mail.
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A powerful new research design in the field of voter mobilization has created a more comprehensive picture of the effectiveness of various get-out-the-vote campaign methods. With an increase in field experiments in the past few years, researchers, campaigns, and policymakers have The Science of Voter Mobilization book important insights into voter : Paperback.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "September " Description: pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Preface: recent advances in the science of voter mobilization / Donald P. Green and Alan S. Gerber --Partisan mobilization using volunteer phone banks and door hangers / David W.
Nickerson --Experimental field study of the GOTV and persuasion. CHAPTER ONE Why Voter Mobilization Matters T he United States has the busiest election calendar on earth. Thanks to the many layers of federal, state, and local government, AmericansFile Size: 63KB.
Residential Mobility and Voter Turnout - Volume 81 Issue 1 - Peverill Squire, Raymond E. Wolfinger, David P. GlassCited by: General Overviews. The formative and most influential work on voter mobilization field experiments is Green and Gerber The book is now in its third edition, with each revision updating its set of recommendations as to what campaign tactics are most effective for mobilizing voters.
Their book will serve as a useful guide for political practitioners, for it offers concrete strategies to employ in developing future mobilization efforts.
Lisa Garcia Bedolla is Chancellor's Professor of education and political science at the University of California, Berkeley.
Field Experiments on Voter Mobilization: An Overview of a Burgeoning Literature Alan S. Gerber Yale University Donald P. Green Columbia University Febru In recent years the focus of empirical work in political science has begun to shift from description to an increasing emphasis on the credible estimation of causal effects.
CHAPTER ONE Introduction: Why Voter Mobilization Matters T he United States has the busiest election calendar on earth. Thanks to the many layers of federal, state, and local government, AmericansFile Size: KB. Voter Mobilization and the Politics of Race: The South and Universal Suffrage, [Stanley, Harold] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Voter Mobilization and the Politics of Race: The South and Universal Suffrage, Cited by: of voter mobilization efforts depends on their personal touch.
Finally, experiments are valuable because they help clarify important method ological issues. The Arceneaux article reports the results of an inner-city voter mobilization experiment in which precincts, rather than individuals, were ran domly assigned to treatment and control groups.
In the edition of their book, Professors Green and Garber provided a how-to manual for politicians to conduct their own voter turnout experiments.
The second edition beefs this up. Professor Green said that people have been “coming out of the woodwork” to try their own experiments. Free Online Library: More votes that count; a case study in voter mobilization. (CD-ROM included).(Brief article, Book review) by "Reference & Research Book News"; Publishing industry Library and information science Books Book reviews Election law Case studies.
With the first three editions of Get Out the Vote, Donald P. Green and Alan S. Gerber broke ground by introducing a new scientific approach to the challenge of voter mobilization and profoundly transformed how campaigns operate.
Get Out the Vote has become the reference text for those who manage campaigns and study voter : Brookings Institution Press. Get Out the Vote has become the reference text for those who manage campaigns and study voter mobilization.
In this expanded and updated edition, Green and Gerber incorporate data from more than new studies, which shed new light on the costeffectiveness and efficiency of various campaign tactics, including door-todoor canvassing, email.
Voter Mobilization, Experimentation, and Translational Social Science - Volume 14 Issue 3 - Donald P. Green, Alan S. GerberCited by: 1. The first edition of Get Out the Vote. broke ground by introducing a new scientific approach to the challenge of voter mobilization and profoundly influenced how campaigns operate.
are summarized in a slim and readable new book called Get Out the Vote!, which is bound to become a bible for politicians and activists of all stripes.
Voter ID: How and When to Include a Voter ID Program. For the majority of campaigns, having a strong voter ID program will be vastly important. That’s because in many small and local elections, the election will really be won or lost by less than 1, votes.
So making sure you are talking to exactly the right people is absolutely essential. The mobilization of law is a social process, one that is dependent on access to information, resources, legal representatives, and organization (see Mobilization of Law).
Mobilization requires that a potential claimant recognize an injury, attribute blame to a legally relevant party, and pursue a claim against that party (Felstiner et al. element of voter mobilization is urging the person to be a voter.
–How important is it for you to be a voter in this upcoming election. –Can I count on you being a voter in this election. •Persuasion messages have no effect on whether or not a person will vote. –An issue-focused message is.
Michelson is an award-winning author of five books, with her sixth book expected in She is a nationally recognized expert on Latinx politics, voter .Start studying AP GOV Ch. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.The book sought to explain variations in electoral participation among ethnic groups in the United States by building on a rational choice framework of voter engagement, which Frederick C.
Harris called "an important step toward unraveling how participation and mobilization differ among African-Americans, Latinos, and Anglos".