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Hearts, Minds, and Tulips: The Contribution of Active Intelligence in Understanding Dutch Politics

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In this paper, I use data from the 2006 Dutch National Election Study, to examine the role of emotions on voter preferences in Dutch politics.

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Capelos, Tereza. "Hearts, Minds, and Tulips: The Contribution of Active Intelligence in Understanding Dutch Politics" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the MPSA Annual National Conference, Palmer House Hotel, Hilton, Chicago, IL, Apr 03, 2008 <Not Available>. 2013-12-14 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p268338_index.html>

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Abstract: In this paper, I use data from the 2006 Dutch National Election Study, to examine the role of emotions on voter preferences in Dutch politics.

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EMOTIONALITY VOTE AND PARTY IDENTIFICATION: THE AFFECTIVE INTELLIGENCE OF DUTCH VOTERS Tereza Capelos University of Surrey t.capelos@surrey.ac.uk April 2008 Prepared for delivery at the MPSA Conference Chicago April 3-6 2008 *Please do not site without author’s permission. Comments welcome. Capelos: Emotionality Vote and Party Identification -2- Abstract In this paper I focus on the role of affect on the mechanism by which voters decide on their vote preferences. There is an ongoing debate in the Netherlands on the relative
using respondent-driven sampling”. Sociological Methodology 34: 193-239. Sniderman Paul M. Richard. A. Brody and Phillip E. Tetlock. 1991. Reasoning and Choice: Explorations in Political Psychology. New York: Cambridge University Press. Capelos: Emotionality Vote and Party Identification - 27 - Snijders Tom A. B. 1992. “Estimation on the basis of snowball samples: How to weight?”. Bulletin de Methodologie Sociologique 36: 59-70. Van Holsteyn Joop J. M and Galen A. Irwin. 2003. “Never a Dull Moment: Pim Fortuyn and the Dutch


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