The Oxford Handbook of Political Participation

ISBN : 9780198861126

Marco Giugni; Maria Grasso
856 ページ
171 x 246 mm
Oxford Handbooks

The Oxford Handbook of Political Participation provides the first comprehensive, up-to-date treatment of political participation in all its varied forms, investigates a wide range of topics in the field from both a theoretical and methodological perspective, and covers the most recent developments in the area. It brings together research traditions from political science and sociology, bridging the gap in particular between political sociology and social movement studies; contributions also draw on crucial work in psychology, economics, anthropology, and geography. Following a detailed introduction from the editors, the volume is divided into nine parts that explore political participation across disciplines; core theoretical perspectives; methodological approaches; modes of participation; contexts; determinants; processes; outcomes; and current trends and future directions. The book will be a valuable reference work for anyone interested in understanding political participation and related themes.


1 Marco Giugni and Maria Grasso: The Study of Political Participation Across Research Traditions
Part I: Political Participation Across Disciplines
2 Kay Lehman Schlozman and Henry Brady: Political Science and Political Participation
3 Nonna Mayer: Sociology and Political Participation
4 Lauren Duncan: Psychology and Political Participation
5 Ruth Dassonneville, Fernando Feitosa, and Michael Lewis-Beck: Economics and Political Participation
6 Julia Eckert: Anthropology and Political Participation
7 Charles Pattie: Geography and Political Participation
Part II: Core Theoretical Perspectives
8 Paul Whiteley: Rational Choice Theory and Political Participation
9 Emma Renstrom and Hanna Back: Political Psychology and Political Participation
10 Bert Klandermans and Jacquelien van Stekelenburg: Social Psychology and Political Participation
11 Mario Diani: Relational Approaches to the Study of Political Participation
12 Laurence Cox and Alf Gunvald Nilsen: Marxist Approaches to the Study of Political Participation
13 Marc Hooghe: Bridging Rationalist, Structuralist, and Culturalist Approaches to the Study of Political Participation
Part III: Methodological Approaches
14 Eva Anduiza and Raul Tormos: Survey Data and Methods for the Study of Political Participation
15 Eline de Rooij and Jessica Burch: Experimental Approaches to the Study of Political Participation
16 Arnab Chakraborty and Paul Lichterman: Ethnographic Approaches to the Study of Political Participation
17 Lorenzo Bosi: Life Histories Interviews for the Study of Political Participation
18 Elena Pavan: Big Data and the Study of Political Participation
19 Noa Milman and Nicole Doerr: Visual Analysis and the Study of Political Participation
20 Marcelle Dawson: Participatory Action Research and the Study of Political Participation
21 Ana Isabel Nunes and Matt Henn: Bridging Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches in the Study of Political Participation
Part IV: Modes of Participation
22 Mark Franklin: Linking Electoral and Partisan Participation
23 Joakim Ekman and Erik Amna: Civic Engagement
24 Marco Giugni and Maria Grasso: Protest Participation
25 Jasmine Lorenzini and Francesca Forno: Political Consumerism and Lifestyle Activism
26 Jennifer Earl and Kate Kenski: Online Political Participation
27 Endre Borbath and Swen Hutter: Bridging Electoral and Nonelectoral Political Participation
Part V: Contexts
28 Martin Dolezal: Social and Political Cleavages and Political Participation
29 Manlio Cinalli: Institutional Context and Political Participation
30 Franziska Deutsch: Political Participation Across Cultures
31 Brayden King and Edward Carberry: Political Participation and the Economy
Part VI: Determinants
32 Laura Serra and Kaat Smets: Age, Generation, and Political Participation
33 Camila Paez Bernal and Miki Kittilson: Gender and Political Participation
34 Geoff Evans and Matthew Hepplewhite: Class and Educational Inequality in Electoral Participation
35 Marisa Abrajano, Jan Leighley, and Agustin Markarian: Race, Ethnicity, and Political Participation
36 Kathrin Ackermann: Personality, Motives, and Political Participation
37 Anthony Heath, Lindsay Richards, and Julia Jungblut: Political Values and Political Participation
38 James Jasper and Anna Zhelnina: Identity, Emotions, and Political Participation
39 Alessandro Nai: Bridging Cognitive and Affective Explanations of Political Participation
Part VII: Processes
40 Anne Muxel: Political Socialization and Participation
41 Aengus Bridgman and Dietlind Stolle: Mobilization and Political Participation
42 Christine Slaughter and Nadia Brown: Intersectionality and Political Participation
43 Viktor Valgardsson, Gerry Stoker, Dan Devine, Jennifer Gaskell, and Will Jennings: Political Disengagement
44 S. Erdem Aytac and Susan Stokes: Costly Abstention
Part VIII: Outcomes
45 Kenneth Andrews, Erica Janko, and Austin T. Vo: Macro-Level Effects of Political Participation
46 Silke Roth and Clare Saunders: Micro-Level Effects of Political Participation
47 Jennifer Oser: The Effectiveness of Different Forms of Political Participation
Part IX: Current Trends and Future Directions
48 Marcelo Santos and Sebastian Valenzuela: Changing Media Landscapes and Political Participation
49 Pippa Norris: Comparing Mass Political Participation in Democratic and Authoritarian Regimes
50 Donatella della Porta and Martin Portos: Political Participation in a Globalized World
51 Judith Bessant: Young Women, Gender, and the Future of Political Participation
52 Russell Dalton: Political Participation, Political Inequality and the Democratic Process


Marco Giugni is Professor in the Department of Political Science and International Relations and Director of the Institute of Citizenship Studies (InCite) at the University of Geneva. His research focuses on social movements and political participation.; Maria Grasso is Professor at the School of Politics and International Relations at Queen Mary University of London. She is the author of Generations, Political Participation and Social Change in Western Europe (Routledge 2016), amongst others.; Marco Giugni and Maria Grasso are co-authors of Street Citizens: Protest Politics and Social Movement Activism in the Age of Globalization (CUP 2019) and Living with Hard Times: Europeans in the Great Recession (ECPR Press 2021) and European Editors of Mobilization.