作者:James M. Avery , Jeffrey A. Fine
来源:[J].State Politics & Policy Quarterly, 2020, Vol.20 (1), pp.23-53Sage国际出版集团
摘要:Most research studying minority representation concludes that minorities enjoy better representation when they constitute a larger share of a constituency, but only through the partisanship and race/ethnicity of the representative. Other research finds that minorities receiv...
作者:James M. Avery
来源:[J].American Politics Research, 2006, Vol.34 (5), pp.653-682Sage国际出版集团
摘要:This study calls into question the current wisdom in the political trust literature maintaining that trust in government, for all citizens, represents satisfaction with short-term political and policy performance and does not affect political participation. I argue, first, that t...
作者:James M. Avery
来源:[J].The International Journal of Press/Politics, 2009, Vol.14 (4), pp.410-433Sage国际出版集团
摘要:Some scholars argue that exposure to news media has a negative effect on public trust in government, while others maintain that the relationship between media exposure and political trust is positive and reciprocal. The current study departs from most research in this area b...
作者:James M. Avery , Mark Peffley
来源:[J].State Politics & Policy Quarterly, 2005, Vol.5 (1), pp.47-67Sage国际出版集团
摘要:The 1990s saw some of the most dramatic changes in the American social welfare system in recent decades at both the national and state levels. In particular, states were granted, and took advantage of, much wider latitude in deciding who is eligible to receive welfare benefits. T...
作者:James M. Avery
来源:[J].Political Research Quarterly, 2009, Vol.62 (1), pp.132-145Sage国际出版集团
摘要:Recent research argues that political mistrust among African Americans represents unhappiness with the political system. To date, however, no study has directly examined the influence of black mistrust on support for the system. In this study I show that greater mistrust among bl...


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