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Fri Mar 21 17:03:12 2014 UTClccn-n801248040.00Reaching beyong the race0.621.00Ideological reasoning /108886096Paul_Snidermann 80124804505339Sniderman, PaulSniderman, Paul M.Sniderman, Paul MichaelSniderman, Paul Michael 1941-lccn-n87125809Piazza, Thomas Leonardedtlccn-n79067251Carmines, Edward G.lccn-nr90010330Brody, Richard A.edtlccn-n88627109Tetlock, Philip E.(Philip Eyrikson)1954-lccn-n2011069227Stiglitz, Edward H.1980-lccn-n85234519Hagen, Michael Graylccn-no91019021Mutz, Diana Caroleedtlccn-n82061035Hagendoorn, A.1945-lccn-n85261179Saris, Willem E.edtlccn-n2002113475Highton, BenjaminSniderman, Paul M.United StatesPublic opinionRace relationsRacismRace relations--Public opinionAfrican Americans--Civil rights--Public opinionPolitical sciencePersonality and politicsPolitical parties--Public opinionPolitical psychologyParty affiliationEthnic relationsAfrican Americans--AttitudesPrejudicesAfrican Americans--Race identityEquality--Public opinionNational characteristics, AmericanWhites--AttitudesRacism--Political aspectsFranceEmigration and immigration--Religious aspects--IslamImmigrants--AttitudesEmigration and immigration--Social aspectsMuslims--AttitudesSocial integrationAttitude changeMass media--Political aspectsPersuasion (Rhetoric)MulticulturalismMuslimsNetherlandsMinoritiesEqualityLibertyCanadaDemocracyLegitimacy of governmentsAfrican Americans--Politics and governmentRace discrimination--Political aspectsAllegiance--Public opinionAlienation (Social psychology)--Public opinionPolitical participation--Public opinionPublic opinion pollsEmigration and immigrationCulture conflictSocial historyItalyPolitical participationPolitical science--Public opinionDemocracy--Public opinion194119711975198119841985198619871988198919911992199319941995199619971998199920002002200320042007200820092011201220132014995345171305.8E185.615ocn422185873ocn180452125ocn807888162ocn441159662ocn804731066ocn803768890ocn857112940ocn745581687ocn794730525ocn748778946190612ocn027896511book19930.47Sniderman, Paul MThe scar of race+-+85654292159037ocn794491911file20120.53Sniderman, Paul MThe reputational premium a theory of party identification and policy reasoningThe Reputational Premium presents a new theory of party identification, the central concept in the study of voting. Challenging the traditional idea that voters identify with a political party out of blind emotional attachment, this pioneering book explains why party identification in contemporary American politics enables voters to make coherent policy choices. Standard approaches to the study of policy-based voting hold that voters choose based on the policy positions of the two candidates competing for their support. This study demonstrates that candidates can get a premium7636ocn049226203book20020.53Sniderman, Paul MBlack pride and Black prejudiceArgues that black pride is not inconsistent with American pride, presenting the thoughts of African Americans on how they feel about each other and their country to reveal how African Americans as a group reject racial separatism and do not encourage prejudice toward non-black groups+-+86174564157474ocn011729928book19850.56Sniderman, Paul MRace and inequality : a study in American values7047ocn036884182book19970.59Sniderman, Paul MReaching beyond race+-+342096921556911ocn034283061book19960.66Political persuasion and attitude change+-+100015729555916ocn070061036book20070.66Sniderman, Paul MWhen ways of life collide : multiculturalism and its discontents in the NetherlandsThis book examines the policies of multiculturalism and the conflicts of values they generate between native Dutch and Muslim immigrant communities in the Netherlands. The authors adopt an empirical analytical approach in their treatment of the apparently vexing issue of multiculturalism in Dutch society, using the case of the Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh brutally murdered on a busy Amsterdam street in 2004 by a Dutch Moroccan offended by van Gogh's controversial film about Muslim suppression of women. The central thrust of their argument is that policies that were designed to protect the distinct way of life of the Muslims and promote tolerance are paradoxically breeding intolerance on both sides+-+61547664155298ocn034548224book19960.76Sniderman, Paul MThe clash of rights : liberty, equality, and legitimacy in pluralist democracy+-+50801555853245296ocn001211415book19750.66Sniderman, Paul MPersonality and democratic politicsDraws on research in social psychology, political science and other disciplines to explore connections between personality, political beliefs, and political leadership5286ocn027727152book19930.70Prejudice, politics, and the American dilemmaPrejudice, politics, and the American dilemmaIt has been half a century since the publication of An American Dilemma, Gunnar Myrdal's seminal work on race in America. The cleavage between the politics of race a half century ago and now is that race has become a greater dilemma than ever before. The choice is no longer between right and wrong, between the values of the American creed and a variety of irrational and self-serving beliefs. The choice now must be made among competing values, including compassion, the freedom to achieve, tolerance, the right to be judged on one's individual merits, the reach of the state, and the autonomy of the family - in a word, between the very values that have made up the American creed. This book is an attempt to contribute to a fresh understanding of prejudice, politics, and the American dilemma. It presents new lines of questions by deliberately interweaving two perspectives, the first taking up issues of race focusing on whites, the second on blacks. But viewed from either perspective, the objective is to view anew the issues of race as they are now, not as they were a generation or so ago. The contributors are drawn from several disciplines in the social sciences, and include sociologists, psychometricians, social and personality psychologists, demographers, and political scientists of several persuasions. The range of subjects covered in the book is similarly wide, including the use of group stereotypes by college students, the behavioral assessment of tolerance, cohort trends in stereotypes of blacks, the use by blacks of stereotypes, explanations of inequality, the constraints on the reactions of blacks to middle-class American values, and the bases of American thinking about racial policies52424ocn022661643book19910.70Sniderman, Paul MReasoning and choice : explorations in political psychologyContents: 1. Introduction: major themes, 2. The role of heuristics in political reasoning: a theory sketch, 3. Values under pressure: AIDS and civil liberties, 4. The principle-policy puzzle: the paradox of American racial attitudes, 5. Reasoning chains, 6. The likeability heuristic, 7. Democratic values and mass publics, 8. Ideological reasoning, 9. Information and electoral choice, 10. Stability and change in party identification: presidental to off-years, 11. The American dilemma: the role of law as a persuasive symbol, 12. Ideology and issue persuasiblity: dynamics of racial policy attitudes, 13. The new racism and the American ethos, 14. Retrospect and prospect, Notes, Bibliography, Subject and Author Index+-+20075967054368ocn006861383book19810.73Sniderman, Paul MA question of loyalty4195ocn053485157book20040.76Studies in public opinion : attitudes, nonattitudes, measurement error, and change+-+59074564153487ocn043060665book20000.79Sniderman, Paul MThe outsider : prejudice and politics in Italy"The Outsider combines new research methods and rich analysis to upend many of our assumptions about prejudice. Noting that hostility toward immigrants has been on the rise throughout Western Europe, Paul Sniderman and his team conduct the first study of prejudice in Italy and offer insights applicable to nearly all countries worldwide."+-+34839564153287ocn697980101book20110.76Sniderman, Paul MFacing the challenge of democracy : explorations in the analysis of public opinion and political participationCitizens are political simpletons--that is only a modest exaggeration of a common characterization of voters. Certainly, there is no shortage of evidence of citizens' limited political knowledge, even about matters of the highest importance, along with inconsistencies in their thinking, some glaring by any standard. But this picture of citizens all too often approaches caricature. Paul Sniderman and Benjamin Highton bring together leading political scientists who offer new insights into the political thinking of the public, the causes of party polarization, the motivations for political partic1146ocn422185873book20020.92La démocratie à l'épreuve : une nouvelle approche de l'opinion des Français81ocn758345739com0.47Mayer, NonnaLa démocratie à l'épreuve61ocn491835266book1997Sniderman, Paul MReaching beyong the race+-+K32096921521ocn800772143book20110.59Brouard, SylvainAs French as everyone else? a survey of French citizens of Maghrebin, African, and Turkish originFrance is often depicted as the model of assimilationist or republican integration in the international literature on immigration. However, rarely have surveys drilled down to provide individual responses from a double representative sample. In As French as Everyone Else?, Sylvain Brouard and Vincent Tiberj provide a comprehensive assessment of the state of integration in France and challenge the usual crisis of integration by systematically comparing the "new French" immigrants, as well as their children and grandchildren born in France, with a sample of the French general populatio+-+K04754489621ocn015026230book19861.00Chubb, John EIdeological reasoning+-+8565429215+-+8565429215Fri Mar 21 15:31:59 EDT 2014batch18615