Growth trajectories in the strength of party identification: The legacy of autocratic regimes

Kroh M (2014)
Electoral Studies 33: 90-101.

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While some scholars interpret the frequently documented association between age and the strength of party identification as evidence of accumulated political learning, others stress the importance of critical life stages. Germany's turbulent last century, with its suspensions of democratic processes, provides the unique opportunity to empirically disentangle both effects and to also study the consequences of early experiences of autocratic regimes on later growth rates in partisan strength. Random growth curve models based on multi-cohort panel data emanating from the German Socio-Economic Panel show that the growth trajectory in the strength of party identification largely depends on the number of electoral experiences. Moreover, the analysis documents few differences in growth rates between individuals socialized in democratic versus autocratic regimes. (C) 2013 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved..
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Kroh M. Growth trajectories in the strength of party identification: The legacy of autocratic regimes. Electoral Studies. 2014;33:90-101.
Kroh, M. (2014). Growth trajectories in the strength of party identification: The legacy of autocratic regimes. Electoral Studies, 33, 90-101. doi:10.1016/j.electstud.2013.06.013
Kroh, M. (2014). Growth trajectories in the strength of party identification: The legacy of autocratic regimes. Electoral Studies 33, 90-101.
Kroh, M., 2014. Growth trajectories in the strength of party identification: The legacy of autocratic regimes. Electoral Studies, 33, p 90-101.
M. Kroh, “Growth trajectories in the strength of party identification: The legacy of autocratic regimes”, Electoral Studies, vol. 33, 2014, pp. 90-101.
Kroh, M.: Growth trajectories in the strength of party identification: The legacy of autocratic regimes. Electoral Studies. 33, 90-101 (2014).
Kroh, Martin. “Growth trajectories in the strength of party identification: The legacy of autocratic regimes”. Electoral Studies 33 (2014): 90-101.