Black Politics and Black Political Behavior: A Linkage Analysis / Edition 1by Hanes Walton Jr.
Pub. Date: 12/08/1994
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, Incorporated
This pioneering volume advances the thesis that there exists a significant linkage between Black politics and Black political behavior, heretofore treated as separate and distinct areas of study. This is the first work to bring the two together and to support such an approach with empirical studies. Chapter authors explore and analyze basic and fundamental areas of
This pioneering volume advances the thesis that there exists a significant linkage between Black politics and Black political behavior, heretofore treated as separate and distinct areas of study. This is the first work to bring the two together and to support such an approach with empirical studies. Chapter authors explore and analyze basic and fundamental areas of linkage providing a provocative and insightful contribution to the literature of Black politics and political behavior in America. Organized into five main linkage blocks, the work examines: Theoretical linkages between Black politics and Black political behavior; national linkages; state-contextual linkages; procedural linkages; and gender linkages. This volume will be of interest to scholars and students in American politics and political behavior and African-American politics and political behavior.
Table of Contents
Foreword: The African-American Church and Political Behavior by Roosevelt Green, Jr.
Prologue: Michael Dooley by Frank D. Williams
Introduction: Black Politics During the Era of Presidents Reagan and Bush by Kenneth A. Jordan and Modibo M. Kadalie
The Theoretical Linkages
The Nature of Black Politics and Black Political Behavior by Hanes Walton, Jr.
The Study of Black Politics: Notes on Rethinking the Paradigm by Rickey Hill
Black Southern Politics: The Influences of Bunche, Martin, and Key by Hanes Walton, Jr.
The National Linkages
Black Political Parties and Congress: The Role of the Congressional Record by Hanes Walton, Jr.
The Jesse Jackson Campaign and the Institutionalization of Grass-Roots Politics: A Comparative Perspective by Leslie B. McLemore and Mary D. Coleman
Black Rural Medicine: Dr. Elijah Washington and a Black Health Policy by Hanes Walton, Jr.
The State-Contextual Linkages
The Black Elected Elites in Mississippi: The Post-Civil Rights Apportionment Era by Mary D. Coleman
Black Politics in Tidewater, Virginia by Elsie M. Barnes and Ronald E. Proctor
Symbolic Politics: Mel KingThe Mayoral Candidate in Boston by Toni-Michelle C. Travis
Black Voting Behavior in the Segregation Era: 1944-1964 by Hanes Walton, Jr.
The Procedural Linkages
The Georgia Legislative Black Caucus and the Office of the Governor: 1975-1985 by Robert A. Holmes
State Legislative Black Caucus Influence on Legislative Policy Agendas: Continuities and Variations in North Carolina by Cheryl M. Miller
The Political Use of Absentee Ballots in a Rural Black-Belt County: Dr. Merolyn Stewart-Gaulden's Election Campaign for Taliaferro County School Superintendent Position by Hanes Walton, Jr.
Black Political Recall and Black Politics: A Case Study by Marion Orr
The Gender Linkages
Black Women in Politics: A Research Note by Shiela F. Harmon-Martin
The Political Behavior of Black Women: Contextual, Structural, and Psychological Factors by Saundra C. Ardrey
The First Black Female Gubernatorial Candidate in Georgia: State Representative Mildred Glover by Hanes Walton, Jr. and Johnny Campbell, Jr.
Black Female Presidential Candidates: Bass, Mitchell, Chisholm, Wright, Reid, Davis, and Fulani by Hanes Walton, Jr.
An Enduring Linkage
Black Southern Politics: A Look at the Tradition and the Future by Hanes Walton, Jr. and Daniel Brantley
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