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Hearts, Minds, and Tulips: The Contribution of Active Intelligence in Understanding Dutch Politics
Unformatted Document Text:  Capelos: Emotionality, Vote, and Party Identification - 26 - MacKuen, Michael B., George E. Marcus, Russel W. Neuman, and Luke Keele. 2006. “The Third Way: The Theory of Affective Intelligence and American Democracy”. In A. Crigler, M. MacKuen, G. E. Marcus, & W. R. Neuman (Eds.), The Affect Effect: Dynamics of Emotion in Political Thinking and Behavior. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press. Marcus, Gregory B., and Philip E. Converse. 1979. “A Dynamic Simultaneous Equation Model of Electoral Choice”. American Political Science Review. 73(Dec.): 1055-70. Marcus, George E. 2000. “Emotions in Politics”. In N. W. Polsby (ed.), Annual Review in Political Science: Volume 3. Palo Alto, CA: Annual Reviews. Marcus, George E. and Michael B. McKuen. 1993. “Anxiety, Enthusiasm, and the Vote: The Emotional Underpinnings of Learning and Involvement during Presidential Campaigns”. American Political Science Review, 87 (3): 672-685. Marcus, George E., Russell Neuman, and Michael B. McKuen. 2000. Affective Intelligence and Political Judgment. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago. Mees, Heleen,. 2006. “Can women win in politics?”. In NRC Handelsblad. Miller, Arthur H., Martin P. Wattenberg and Oksana Malanchuk. 1986. “Schematic assessments of presidential candidates”. American Political Science Review, 80 (2): 521-540. Mondak, Jeffery J.,. 1995. “Competence, integrity, and the electoral success of congressional incumbents”. Jjournal of Politics. 57 (4): 1043-69. Philipse, Herman,. 2006. “Politicians often let themselves lead by fear”. In De Volkskrant. 13 October. Rietveld, David, and Jelmer Uitentuis. 2006. “Stop those polls; voters and politicians should trust on their fingerspitzengefühl; in practice”. In NRC NEXT. 19 October 1 st Edition. Rose, Richard and Ian McAlister. 1986. Voters Begin to Choose: From Closed Class to Open Elections in Britain. Beverly Hills: Sage Publishing. Rosema, Martin. 2004. The Sincere Vote: A Psychological Study of Voting. Leiden: University of Leiden Rosema, Martin. 2005. “Explaining party evaluations in the Netherlands (1970-2005)”. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Belgian and Dutch Political Science Association, Antwerp, Belgium 19-20 May 2005. Salganik, Matthew J. and Douglas D. Heckathorn. 2004. “Sampling and estimation in hidden populations 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.

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Capelos: Emotionality, Vote, and Party Identification
- 26 -
MacKuen, Michael B., George E. Marcus, Russel W. Neuman, and Luke Keele. 2006.
“The Third Way: The Theory of Affective Intelligence and American
Democracy”. In A. Crigler, M. MacKuen, G. E. Marcus, & W. R. Neuman (Eds.),
The Affect Effect: Dynamics of Emotion in Political Thinking and Behavior.
Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
Marcus, Gregory B., and Philip E. Converse. 1979. “A Dynamic Simultaneous Equation
Model of Electoral Choice”. American Political Science Review. 73(Dec.): 1055-
70.
Marcus, George E. 2000. “Emotions in Politics”. In N. W. Polsby (ed.), Annual Review
in Political Science: Volume 3. Palo Alto, CA: Annual Reviews.
Marcus, George E. and Michael B. McKuen. 1993. “Anxiety, Enthusiasm, and the Vote:
The Emotional Underpinnings of Learning and Involvement during Presidential
Campaigns”. American Political Science Review, 87 (3): 672-685.
Marcus, George E., Russell Neuman, and Michael B. McKuen. 2000. Affective
Intelligence and Political Judgment. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
Mees, Heleen,. 2006. “Can women win in politics?”. In NRC Handelsblad.
Miller, Arthur H., Martin P. Wattenberg and Oksana Malanchuk. 1986. “Schematic
assessments of presidential candidates”. American Political Science Review, 80
(2): 521-540.
Mondak, Jeffery J.,. 1995. “Competence, integrity, and the electoral success of
congressional incumbents”. Jjournal of Politics. 57 (4): 1043-69.
Philipse, Herman,. 2006. “Politicians often let themselves lead by fear”. In De
Volkskrant. 13 October.
Rietveld, David, and Jelmer Uitentuis. 2006. “Stop those polls; voters and politicians
should trust on their fingerspitzengefühl; in practice”. In NRC NEXT. 19 October
1
st
Edition.
Rose, Richard and Ian McAlister. 1986. Voters Begin to Choose: From Closed Class to
Open Elections in Britain. Beverly Hills: Sage Publishing.
Rosema, Martin. 2004. The Sincere Vote: A Psychological Study of Voting. Leiden:
University of Leiden
Rosema, Martin. 2005. “Explaining party evaluations in the Netherlands (1970-2005)”.
Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Belgian and Dutch Political Science
Association, Antwerp, Belgium 19-20 May 2005.
Salganik, Matthew J. and Douglas D. Heckathorn. 2004. “Sampling and estimation in
hidden populations 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.


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