Anti‐elite parties and political inequality: How challenges to the political mainstream reduce income gaps in internal efficacy
There is growing interest in political inequality across income groups. This article contributes to this debate with two arguments about political involvement: poverty depresses internal political efficacy by undermining cognitive and emotional resources; and dissent in the party system reduces the...
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HOBOKEN WILEY 01.11.2018
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|published in:||European journal of political research Vol. 57; no. 4; pp. 919 - 940|
|Data of publication:||November 2018|
Copyright line for this article has been changed on 7 November, 2018, after first online publication.
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