Are our political beliefs influenced more by reason or emotions?

 Research question-  Are our political beliefs influenced more by reason or emotions?

1. Journal ArticleEmotions, Campaigns, and Political ParticipationChristopher WeberPolitical Research Quarterly, Vol. 66, No. 2 (JUNE 2013), pp. 414-428

…Emotions, Campaigns, and Political Participation Political Research Quarterly 66(2)414-428 © 2012 University of Utah Reprints and permissions: DOI: 10.1177/1065912912449697 (DSAGE Christopher Weber Abstract…

2. Journal Article Why do people vote? Rationality or emotionChing-Hsing WangInternational Political Science Review / Revue internationale de science politique, Vol. 34, No. 5 (NOVEMBER 2013), pp. 483-501

…International Political Science Review 34(5) 483-501 Why do people vote? Rationality or emotion ©The Author(s) 2013 reprints ana permissions: DOI: 10.1177/0192512113490365 ¡ ®SAGE Ching-Hsing Wang University of Houston, USA Abstract This study aims to examine the effects of rationality and emotion…

3. Journal ArticleThe Emotional Citizen: Emotion as a Function of Political SophisticationPatrick R. MillerPolitical Psychology, Vol. 32, No. 4 (August 2011), pp. 575-600

…Political Psychology, Vol 32, No. 4, 2011 doi: 10. 1 1 1 1/j. 1467-9221 .201 1 .00824.x The Emotional Citizen: Emotion as a Function of Political Sophistication Patrick R. Miller Duke University Scholars and popular commentators have often stereotyped emotion as a tool that citizens use to reason about politics…

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Is a Worried Citizen a Good Citizen? Emotions, Political Information Seeking, and Learning via the InternetNicholas A. Valentino, Vincent L. Hutchings, Antoine J. Banks, Anne K. DavisPolitical Psychology, Vol. 29, No. 2 (Apr., 2008), pp. 247-273

…Fishkin, 1991; Habermas, 1989). To be sure, there exists an important debate about exactly what kind of knowledge, and how much of it, is enough to produce reasonable democratic outcomes (Lupia, 1994, 2004). Furthermore, there is some evidence that face-to-face deliberation and disagreement may actually discourage participation in politics (Mutz,…

5.Book ChapterSTRONG MEN, CARING WOMEN?: How Gender Shapes Emotional Political Rhetoric (pp. 155-188)Jared McDonald, Zachary ScottFrom: Political Rhetoric and the Media: The Year in C-SPAN Research, Volume 8, Purdue University Press (2023) OPEN ACCESS

…WOMEN? How Gender Shapes Emotional Political Rhetoric Jared McDonald and Zachary Scott INTRODUCTION Despite record numbers of women running for and winning elected office (CAWP, 2020), research on politics and gender consistently shows that women face a unique set of barriers to public service (e.g., Ba

6.Journal ArticleFeeling Race: Theorizing the Racial Economy of EmotionsEduardo Bonilla-SilvaAmerican Sociological Review, Vol. 84, No. 1 (February 2019), pp. 1-25

…societies. These emotions are central to the racial edifice of societies, thus, analysts and policymakers should understand their collective nature, be aware of how they function, and appreciate the existence of variability among emoting racial subjects. Clarity on these matters is key for developing an effective affective politics to challenge any…

7. Journal ArticleEdmund Burke’s Conception of the Role of Reason in PoliticsFrancis P. Canavan, S.J.The Journal of Politics, Vol. 21, No. 1 (Feb., 1959), pp. 60-79

…EDMUND BURKE’S CONCEPTION OF THE ROLE OF REASON IN POLITICS FRANCIS P. CANAVAN, S.J. St. Peter’s Colege B RITISH AND AMERICAN SCHOLARS have generally taken Edmund Burke for a utilitarian and an empiricist with a keen sense of historical development, qualified by certain religious prepossessions…

8.Journal ArticleReason, Passion, and Politics in RousseauCheryl HallPolity, Vol. 34, No. 1 (Autumn, 2001), pp. 69-88

…Number I * Fall 2001 Reason , Passion, and Politics in Rousseau* Cheryl Hall University of South Florida What role do passion and sentiment play in politics , according to Rousseau? In this article I demonstrate that for Rousseau certain kinds of passion are crucially important to a healthy political society….

9.Journal ArticlePolitics & The Invention of ReasonTimothy V. Kaufman-OsbornPolity, Vol. 21, No. 4 (Summer, 1989), pp. 679-709

…turn to classical philosophy to defend the cause of democratic politics . Indeed, he sees the task of contemporary democratic politics as being not to rehabilitate the classical tradition but to overcome it, and he concludes by sketching a political reason that moves in this direction. Timothy Kaufman-Osborn is Associate Professor…


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