FAMILY BACKGROUND INFLUENCE ON ROMANIAN’S YOUTH VOTING BEHAVIOUR
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FORMAT: Tipărit PAGINI: 134 LIMBA: Engleza
In nowadays society, politics represent a matter of great concern for people all over the world. There is a tremendous variety of attitudes, options, opinions and beliefs with regard to politics, across different cultures, which shape the similarities and differences among individuals, and implicitly the society in which they live. Furthermore, researchers have been long concerned with the central questions of democratic political behaviour: What are the prevailing patterns of citizen political opinion and behaviour? How do these patterns change over time, across generations? Which are the sources of these opinions and behaviour, and what changes them? How and how much do citizens influence their leaders and their government? Which are the factors that contribute to the political values development? The present paper’s intention is to shed light on a controversy dimension of political sociology, namely the youth voting behaviour and the factors that influenced it. The paper will mainly focus on Romanian’s youth voting behaviour, in strong association with family background influence. I will start from the general assumption that family plays an important role in forming the individual’s political personality and I will try to identify the context in which political socialization occurs. (Autoarea)
Domenii de interes:
- exercitiu democratic
- drept de vot
PREFACE (pp. 11-14)
ABSTRACT (pp. 15-16)
CHAPTER I (pp. 17-20) – Introduction
CHAPTER II (pp. 21-50) – A theoretical approach
Social Capital; Political Culture; Political Socialization; Political Participation and Political Behaviour; Romanian Electoral System.
CHAPTER III (pp. 51-66) – The Research Family Background Influence on Romanian’s Youth Voting Behaviour
Short presentation of the research topic; Definitions and operationalizations of key-concepts; Hypotheses; The research method; The population under study; The investigated population; The main instrument of the research; The analysis method used in testing the hypotheses.
CHAPTER IV (pp. 67-110) – Data analysis and the results interpretation
CHAPTER V (pp. 111-112) – The research limitations
CHAPTER VI (pp. 113-116) – Conclusions
REFERENCES (pp. 117-122)
APPENDIXES (pp. 123-132)
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