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ERIC Number: EJ164970
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1977
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Sex Differences in Political Attitudes and Behavior: The Case for Situational Factors
Tedin, Kent L.; And Others
Journal of Politics, 39, 2, 448-56, May 77
Presented is evidence that situational factors have more effect on political behavior of both sexes than is usually reported in socialization literature. When situational factors are varied, respondents in the high stimulus situation are found to be more politically expressive regardless of sex. Available from: Southern Political Science Association, 107 Peabody Hall, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida 32611. (Author/DB)
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