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Political consciousness and American democracy / by James F. Lea ; foreword by Cecil L. Eubanks.

Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, [1982] .
ISBN 0878051511, 9780878051502, 0878051503

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Subjects Participation politique -- États-Unis.
Political participation -- United States.
Political participation.
Political socialization -- United States.
Political socialization.
Politische Beteiligung.
Politische Sozialisation.
Socialisation politique -- États-Unis.
United States.
Description xiv, 218 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date [1982]
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents pt. 1. Political Culture and American Democracy -- The Origins of Political Consciousness and the Social Psychology of Political Life -- The Origins of Political Consciousness -- Biogenetic Theories of Consciousness -- Sociocultural Theories of Consciousness -- Models of American Democracy: Cultural Prerequisites -- Liberal Jeffersonian Democracy -- Conservative Federalist Democracy -- Pluralist Democracy -- American Political Cultura: Foundations of Consciousness -- Ideological and Symbolic Foundations -- Metaphysical and Epistemological Foundations -- Psychological and Sociological Foundations -- part 2. Political Socialization and American Democracy -- Political Socialization 1: Establishing American Political Consciousness -- Family Socialization: Tradition and Transition Sub-group Socialization: Objective Conditions and Subjective Perceptions -- Political Socialization 2: Communicating American Political Consciousness -- Language: Content, Codes, and Categories Mass Communication: Television -- Political Socialization 3: Perpetuating American Political Consciousness -- Schooling and Socialization: Structure, Process and Content -- Workplace: Structure, Process and Content -- part 3. Political Consciousness and American Democracy -- Conceptions of Citizenship, Mass Behavior, Culture, and Consciousness -- Contemporary Conceptions of the Rights, Responsabilities, and Roles of Citizens -- Sociocultural Bases for Conceptions of Citizenship and the Implications for Political Participation -- Democratic Elitism: Denying the Necessity of Mass Participation -- Conceptions of Leadership, Culture, and Consciousness: The Case of the Precidency -- Enshrining the Presidential Icon: Sociocultural Factors -- Political Schizophrenia: The Imperial and Imperiled Presidency -- Political Consciousness and the Future of American Democracy -- The Transitional Political Agenda and American Consciousness -- Envisioning the Possibilities of Political Life: The Teleological Perspective -- The Failure and Future of American Democracy: To Realize the Political Self.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)7740751
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WorldCat Identities Lea, James F.
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