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Parution : 06/2022
Editeur : Oxford University Press
ISBN : 978-0-1988-6112-6
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The Oxford Handbook of Political Participation

Sous la direction de Marco Giugni, Maria Grasso

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The Oxford Handbook of Political Participation provides the first comprehensive, up-to-date treatment of political participation in all its varied forms, investigates a wide range of topics in the field from both a theoretical and methodological perspective, and covers the most recent developments in the area. It brings together research traditions from political science and sociology, bridging the gap in particular between political sociology and social movement studies; contributions also draw on crucial work in psychology, economics, anthropology, and geography. Following a detailed introduction from the editors, the volume is divided into nine parts that explore political participation across disciplines; core theoretical perspectives; methodological approaches; modes of participation; contexts; determinants; processes; outcomes; and current trends and future directions. The book will be a valuable reference work for anyone interested in understanding political participation and related themes.

Edited by Marco Giugni, Professor at the Department of Political Science and International Relations and the Institute of Citizenship Studies, University of Geneva, and Maria Grasso, Professor of Political Science and Political Sociology, School of Politics and International Relations, Queen Mary University of London.


Marisa Abrajano, University of California, San Diego
Kathrin Ackermann, University of Heidelberg
Erik Amna, Örebro University
Kenneth Andrews, University of North Carolina
Eva Anduiza, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
S. Erdem Aytaç, Koç University
Hanna Bäck, Lund University
Judith Bessant, RMIT University
Endre Borbáth, WZB Berlin Social Science Center
Lorenzo Bosi, Scuola Normale Superiore
Henry E. Brady, University of California, Berkeley
Aengus Bridgman, McGill University
Nadia Brown, Purdue University
Jessica Burch, Simon Fraser University
Edward Carberry, University of Massachusetts, Boston
Arnab Chakraborty, University of Southern California
Manlio Cinalli, University of Milan
Laurence Cox, Maynooth University
Russell Dalton, University of California, Irvine
Ruth Dassonneville, Université de Montréal
Marcelle Dawson, University of Otago
Eline A. de Rooij, Simon Fraser University
Donatella della Porta, Scuola Normale Superiore
Franziska Deutsch, Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences
Dan Devine, University of Southampton
Mario Diani, University of Trento
Nicole Doerr, University of Copenhagen
Martin Dolezal, Vienna Institute for Advanced Studies
Lauren E. Duncan, Smith College
Jennifer Earl, University of Arizona
Julia Eckert, University of Bern
Joakim Ekman, Södertörn University Stockholm
Geoff Evans, University of Oxford
Fernando Feitosa, McGill University
Francesca Forno, University of Trento
Mark Franklin, European University Institute
Jennifer Gaskell, University of Southampton
Marco Giugni, University of Geneva
Maria Grasso, Queen Mary University of London
Alf Gunvald Nilsen, University of Pretoria
Anthony Heath, University of Oxford
Matt Henn, Nottingham Trent University
Matthew Hepplewhite, University of Oxford
Marc Hooghe, KU Leuven
Swen Hutter, Freie Universität Berlin
Erica Janko, University of North Carolina
James M. Jasper, City University of New York
Will Jennings, University of Southampton
Julia Jungblut, University of Oxford
Kate Kenski, University of Arizona
Brayden King, Northwestern University
Miki Caul Kittilson, Arizona State University
Bert Klandermans, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Jan Leighley, American University
Michael S. Lewis-Beck, University of Iowa
Paul Lichterman, University of Southern California
Jasmine Lorenzini, University of Geneva
Agustin Markarian, University of California, San Diego
Nonna Mayer, Sciences Po
Noa Milman, University of Copenhagen
Anne Muxel, Sciences Po
Alessandro Nai, University of Amsterdam
Pippa Norris, Harvard University
Ana Isabel Nunes, University of Nottingham
Jennifer Oser, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
Camila Páez Bernal, Arizona State University
Charles Pattie, University of Sheffield
Elena Pavan, University of Trento
Martín Portos, Scuola Normale Superiore
Emma Renström, University of Gothenburg
Lindsay Richards, University of Oxford
Silke Roth, University of Southampton
Marcelo Santos, Universidad Finis Terrae
Clare Saunders, University of Exeter
Kay Lehman Schlozman, Boston College
Laura Serra, Royal Holloway University of London
Christine Slaughter, University of California, Los Angeles
Kaat Smets, Royal Holloway University of London
Gerry Stoker, University of Canberra
Susan Stokes, University of Chicago
Dietlind Stolle, McGill University
Raül Tormos, Government of Catalonia Center for Opinion Studies
Sebastián Valenzuela, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Viktor Valgarðsson, University of Southampton
Jacquelien van Stekelenburg, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Austin T. Vo, University of North Carolina
Paul Whiteley, University of Essex
Anna Zhelnina, City University of New York



1:The Study of Political Participation Across Research Traditions, Marco Giugni and Maria Grasso

Part I: Political Participation Across Disciplines

2:Political Science and Political Participation, Kay Lehman Schlozman and Henry Brady
3:Sociology and Political Participation, Nonna Mayer
4:Psychology and Political Participation, Lauren Duncan
5:Economics and Political Participation, Ruth Dassonneville, Fernando Feitosa, and Michael Lewis-Beck
6:Anthropology and Political Participation, Julia Eckert
7:Geography and Political Participation, Charles Pattie

Part II: Core Theoretical Perspectives

8:Rational Choice Theory and Political Participation, Paul Whiteley
9:Political Psychology and Political Participation, Emma Renström and Hanna Bäck
10:Social Psychology and Political Participation, Bert Klandermans and Jacquelien van Stekelenburg
11:Relational Approaches to the Study of Political Participation, Mario Diani
12:Marxist Approaches to the Study of Political Participation, Laurence Cox and Alf Gunvald Nilsen
13:Bridging Rationalist, Structuralist, and Culturalist Approaches to the Study of Political Participation, Marc Hooghe

Part III: Methodological Approaches

14:Survey Data and Methods for the Study of Political Participation, Eva Anduiza and Raül Tormos
15:Experimental Approaches to the Study of Political Participation, Eline de Rooij and Jessica Burch
16:Ethnographic Approaches to the Study of Political Participation, Arnab Chakraborty and Paul Lichterman
17:Life Histories Interviews for the Study of Political Participation, Lorenzo Bosi
18:Big Data and the Study of Political Participation, Elena Pavan
19:Visual Analysis and the Study of Political Participation, Noa Milman and Nicole Doerr
20:Participatory Action Research and the Study of Political Participation, Marcelle Dawson
21:Bridging Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches in the Study of Political Participation, Ana Isabel Nunes and Matt Henn

Part IV: Modes of Participation

22:Linking Electoral and Partisan Participation, Mark Franklin
23:Civic Engagement, Joakim Ekman and Erik Amna
24:Protest Participation, Marco Giugni and Maria Grasso
25:Political Consumerism and Lifestyle Activism, Jasmine Lorenzini and Francesca Forno
26:Online Political Participation, Jennifer Earl and Kate Kenski
27:Bridging Electoral and Nonelectoral Political Participation, Endre Borbáth and Swen Hutter

Part V: Contexts

28:Social and Political Cleavages and Political Participation, Martin Dolezal
29:Institutional Context and Political Participation, Manlio Cinalli
30:Political Participation Across Cultures, Franziska Deutsch
31:Political Participation and the Economy, Brayden King and Edward Carberry

Part VI: Determinants

32:Age, Generation, and Political Participation, Laura Serra and Kaat Smets
33:Gender and Political Participation, Camila Páez Bernal and Miki Kittilson
34:Class and Educational Inequality in Electoral Participation, Geoff Evans and Matthew Hepplewhite
35:Race, Ethnicity, and Political Participation, Marisa Abrajano, Jan Leighley, and Agustin Markarian
36:Personality, Motives, and Political Participation, Kathrin Ackermann
37:Political Values and Political Participation, Anthony Heath, Lindsay Richards, and Julia Jungblut
38:Identity, Emotions, and Political Participation, James Jasper and Anna Zhelnina
39:Bridging Cognitive and Affective Explanations of Political Participation, Alessandro Nai

Part VII: Processes

40:Political Socialization and Participation, Anne Muxel
41:Mobilization and Political Participation, Aengus Bridgman and Dietlind Stolle
42:Intersectionality and Political Participation, Christine Slaughter and Nadia Brown
43:Political Disengagement, Viktor Valgarðsson, Gerry Stoker, Dan Devine, Jennifer Gaskell, and Will Jennings
44:Costly Abstention, S. Erdem Aytaç and Susan Stokes

Part VIII: Outcomes

45:Macro-Level Effects of Political Participation, Kenneth Andrews, Erica Janko, and Austin T. Vo
46:Micro-Level Effects of Political Participation, Silke Roth and Clare Saunders
47:The Effectiveness of Different Forms of Political Participation, Jennifer Oser

Part IX: Current Trends and Future Directions

48:Changing Media Landscapes and Political Participation, Marcelo Santos and Sebastián Valenzuela
49:Comparing Mass Political Participation in Democratic and Authoritarian Regimes, Pippa Norris
50:Political Participation in a Globalized World, Donatella della Porta and Martín Portos
51:Young Women, Gender, and the Future of Political Participation, Judith Bessant
52:Political Participation, Political Inequality and the Democratic Process, Russell Dalton

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