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Chinese political culture has undergone profound changes since the Great Leap Forward (GLF) Campaign in 1958. The campaign extended the scope of the Chinese moral regime to its extreme. Ironically, the failure of the GLF destroyed the moral consensus in Chinese politics, undermined the myth of a...
Political scientists generally agree that women's behavior is strongly affected by their growing labor market participation. But how will political life be affected when practically all women in a society work outside the home? Five hypotheses are formulated in this article and tested on data...
King, Alt, Burns, and Laver (1990) proposed and estimated a unified model in which cabinet durations depended on seven explanatory variables reflecting features of the cabinets and the bargaining environments in which they formed, along with a stochastic component in which the risk of a cabinet...
The traditional spatial theory of elections has recently been challenged by alternative conceptualizations, which either dispute the role of euclidean distance in voting (directional theory) or argue that voter preferences are endogenous to the political process (mobilizational theory). In...
Meaningful electoral competition was introduced into the Soviet Union beginning with the all-union elections of March 1989. Based on a survey representative of the Moscow oblast and a survey representative of the European USSR conducted in the spring of 1990, mass support for the institution of...
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