The Politics of Democratic Inclusion

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Christina Wolbrecht, Rodney E. Hero
Temple University Press, 2005 - Political Science - 351 pages
How institutions foster and hinder political participation of the underrepresented

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Contents

Introduction RODENY E HERO AND CHRISTINA WOLBREACHT
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ALVIN B TULLERY
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From Nominal to Ordinal Reconceiving Racial and Ethnic Hierarchy in the United States JENNIFER L HOCHSCHILD
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Reviving Group Consciousness DENNIS CHONG AND REUEL ROGERS
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Bringing Outsiders In Questions of Immigrant Incorporation MICHAEL JONESCORREA
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CHRISTINA WOLBRECHT
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Social Movements as Mechanisms for Political Inclusion ANNE N COSTAIN
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Race Parties and Democratic Inclusion PAUL FRYMER
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Political Institutions and Incorporation of Immigrants KRISTI ANDERSEN AND ELIZABETH F COHEN
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GOVERNING INSTITUTIONS PERI E ARNOLD AND RODNEY E HERO
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Splintering Citizenship and the Prospects for Democratic Inclusion SUSAN E CLARKE
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School Boards and the Politics of Education Policy Downstream Consequences of Structure KENNETH J MEIER
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A Tangled Legacy Federal Courts and Struggles for Democratic Inclusion GEORGE LOVELL AND MICHAEL MC CANN
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The Representation of Racial Interests in the US Congress DAVID T CANON
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The American Presidency and the Politics of Democratic Inclusion PATRICIA CONLEY
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About the Contributors
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Race Ethnicity and Electoral Mobilization Where s the Party? JAN E LEIGHLEY
143
Political Parties Minorities and Elected Office Comparing Opportunities for Inclusion in the United States and Britain MIKI CAUL KITTILSIN AND ...
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Christina Wolbrecht is Packey J. Dee Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at Notre Dame. Her book, The Politics of Women's Rights: Parties, Positions, and Change, received the 2001 Leon D. Epstein Outstanding Book Award from the Political Organizations and Parties Section of the American Political Science Association.
Rodney E. Hero is Packey J. Dee Professor of American Democracy in the Department of Political Science at Notre Dame, where he also serves as chair of the department. His book, Latinos and the U.S. Political System: Two-Tiered Pluralism (Temple, 1992), received the American Political Science Association's Ralph J. Bunche Award. He also authored Faces of Inequality: Social Diversity in American Politics (1998).

Contributors: Kristi Andersen, Syracuse University; Peri E. Arnold, University of Notre Dame; David T. Canon, University of Wisconsin, Madison; Dennis Chong, Northwestern University; Susan E. Clarke, University of Colorado, Boulder; Patricia Conley, University of Chicago; Elizabeth F. Cohen, Syracuse University; Anne N. Costain, University of Colorado, Boulder; Paul Frymer, University of California, San Diego; Jennifer L. Hochschild, Harvard University; Michael Jones-Correa, Cornell University; Miki Caul Kittilson, University of Texas, San Antonio; Jan Leighley, Texas A&M University; George Lovell, University of Washington; Michael McCann, University of Washington; Kenneth J. Meier, Texas A&M University; Reuel Rogers, Northwestern University; Katherine Tate, University of California, Irvine; Alvin B. Tillery, University of Notre Dame, and the editors.

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