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The paperback edition of this work has been updated to include information on the 1996 Presidential election.
Information and Elections is a book that will be read by all who are interested in campaigns and electoral behavior in presidential and other elections.
"Thoughtfully conceptualized, painstakingly analyzed, with empirically significant conclusions on presidential election voting behavior, this book is recommended for both upper-division undergraduate and graduate collections." --Choice
R. Michael Alvarez is Associate Professor of Political Science, California Institute of Technology.
|Ch. 2||Elections, Information, and Campaigns||7|
|Ch. 3||The Theory of Uncertainty and Elections||25|
|Ch. 4||Measuring Uncertainty||53|
|Ch. 5||Modeling Uncertainty and Voting||77|
|Ch. 6||The Causes of Uncertainty||93|
|Ch. 7||Information, Issues, and Candidate Evaluations||109|
|Ch. 8||Information and Voting Decisions||143|
|Ch. 9||Campaigns and Uncertainty||157|
|Ch. 10||The Dynamics of Uncertainty||171|
|Ch. 11||Information and Elections||203|
|App. A: Data and Models for Chapter 4||211|
|App. B: Derivations for Chapter 5||213|
|App. C: Data and Models for Chapter 6||219|
|App. D: Data and Models for Chapter 7||227|
|App. E: Data and Models for Chapter 8||237|