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A systems analysis of political life.

New York, Wiley [1965] .
ISBN 9780471229407, 0471229407

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Subjects Political psychology.
Political science -- Research.
Politieke wetenschappen.
Politique -- Recherche.
Política -- Investigación.
Psychologie politique.
Description xvi, 507 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date [1965]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Part 1. The mode of analysis -- 1. The form of theoretical analysis -- 2. Some fundamental categories of analysis -- Part 2. The input of demands -- 3. Demands as inputs of a system -- 4. Demands as source of stress -- 5. Conversion of wants to demands -- 6. Regulation of want conversion: structural mechanisms -- 7. Regulation of want conversion: cultural mechanisms -- 8. Regulation of the flow of demands: the communication channels -- 9. Regulation of the flow of demands: reduction processes -- Part 3. The input of support -- 10. Support as an input of systems -- 11. Objects of support: the political community -- 12. Objects of support: the regime -- 13. Objects of support: the authorities -- 14. Stress through the erosion of support -- 15. Cleavage as a source of stress -- Part 4. Responses to stress on support -- 16. Structural regulation of support -- 17. The generation of diffuse support -- 18. Diffuse support for authorities and regime: the belief in legitimacy -- 19. Sources of legitimacy -- 20. Diffuse support for authorities and regime: the belief in a common interest -- 21. Diffuse support for the political community -- Part 5. Outputs as regulators of specific support -- 22. The nature of outputs -- 23. The feedback loop -- 24. The feedback stimuli -- 25. The feedback response -- 26. The communication of feedback response -- 27. Output reaction, I -- 28. Output reaction, II -- Part 6. Conclusion -- 29. The goals of systems analysis.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)193763
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WorldCat Identities Easton, David, 1917-2014.
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