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Campaign Participants and Interest Group Activists: Not So Strange Bedfellows
Unformatted Document Text:  25 Rozelle, M., C. Wilcox, et al. (2006). Interest Groups in American Campaigns. Washington, DC, CQ Press. Schier, S. (2000). By Invitation Only. Pittsburgh, Unviersity of Pittsburgh Press. Schlozman, K. L., N. Burns, et al. (1994). "Gender and the Pathways to Participation: The Role of Resources." The Journal of Politics 56(4): 963-990. Seligson, A. L. (1999). "Civic Association and Democratic Participation in central America." Comparative Political Studies 32: 342-362. Stolle, D. and T. Rochon (1999). The Myth of American Exceptionalism: A Three Nation Comparison of Associational Membership and Social Capital. Social Capital and European Democracy. J. v. Deth. London, Routledge. Stone, W. J. (1984). "Prenomination Candidate Choice and General Election Behavior: Iowa Presidential Activists in 1980." American Journal of Political Science 28(2): 361-378. Stone, W. J., L. R. Atkeson, et al. (1992). "Turning On or Turning Off? Mobilization and Demobilization Effects of Participation in Presidential Nomination Campaigns." American Journal of Political Science 36(3): 665-691. Teorell, J. (2003). "Linking Social Capital to Political Participation: Voluntary Associations and Networks of Recruitment in Sweden." Scandinavian Political Studies 26(1): 49- 66. Verba, S., K. Schlozman, et al. (1995). Voice and Equality. Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press

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Rozelle, M., C. Wilcox, et al. (2006). Interest Groups in American Campaigns. Washington,
DC, CQ Press.
Schier, S. (2000). By Invitation Only. Pittsburgh, Unviersity of Pittsburgh Press.
Schlozman, K. L., N. Burns, et al. (1994). "Gender and the Pathways to Participation: The
Role of Resources." The Journal of Politics 56(4): 963-990.
Seligson, A. L. (1999). "Civic Association and Democratic Participation in central America."
Comparative Political Studies 32: 342-362.
Stolle, D. and T. Rochon (1999). The Myth of American Exceptionalism: A Three Nation
Comparison of Associational Membership and Social Capital. Social Capital and
European Democracy. J. v. Deth. London, Routledge.
Stone, W. J. (1984). "Prenomination Candidate Choice and General Election Behavior: Iowa
Presidential Activists in 1980." American Journal of Political Science 28(2): 361-378.
Stone, W. J., L. R. Atkeson, et al. (1992). "Turning On or Turning Off? Mobilization and
Demobilization Effects of Participation in Presidential Nomination Campaigns."
American Journal of Political Science 36(3): 665-691.
Teorell, J. (2003). "Linking Social Capital to Political Participation: Voluntary Associations
and Networks of Recruitment in Sweden." Scandinavian Political Studies 26(1): 49-
66.
Verba, S., K. Schlozman, et al. (1995). Voice and Equality. Cambridge, MA, Harvard
University Press


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