Conservative but not Republican the paradox of party identification and ideology among African Americans

Conservative but Not Republican provides a clear and comprehensive framework for understanding the formation and structure of ideological self-identification and its relationship to party identification in the USA. Exploring why the increase in Black conservatives has not met with a corresponding ri...

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Philpot, Tasha S.
Format: eBook
Published: Cambridge Cambridge University Press 2017
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Collection: Cambridge Books Online - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Peeling back the layers: the multidimensionality of the liberal-conservative continuum
  • From whence we came: the historical basis of Black ideological self-identification
  • Multiple paths to the same place: the underpinnings of ideological self-identification
  • The tie that binds: the history and nature of Black group consciousness
  • The invisible link: group consciousness as a moderator of ideological self-identification
  • Filling in the blanks: group consciousness and ideology beyond partisanship
  • African Americans, ideology, and consequences for the two-party system