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Comparative Political Studies, ISSN 0010-4140, 5/2017, Volume 50, Issue 6, pp. 739 - 765
Can politicians facilitate citizen acceptance of unwelcome policy decisions by acting responsively during the decision-making process? We suggest a framework... 
experimental research | legitimacy | responsiveness | PUBLIC-OPINION | POLITICAL SCIENCE | Decision-making | Policy sciences | Social aspects | Political aspects | Analysis | Satisfaction | Case studies | Responsiveness | Policy making | Politicians | Action | Acceptance | Citizens | Decision making | Bias | Attitudes | Citizen participation | Statsvetenskap | decision acceptance | Political Science
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British Journal of Political Science, ISSN 0007-1234, 4/2012, Volume 42, Issue 2, pp. 263 - 282
Elections involving a major scandal were unusual in the late 1970s, but today nearly half are so affected. Multilevel analyses of Eurobarometer data reveal... 
Politicians | Political science | Political corruption | Multilevel models | Democracy | Fatigue | Political elections | Standard deviation | Political campaigns | Political parties | CORRUPTION | GOVERNMENT | POLITICAL SCIENCE | PARTICIPATION | TRUST | POLITICAL EFFICACY | Analysis | Europe | Political crimes and offenses | Elections | Scandals
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European Political Science Review, ISSN 1755-7739, 11/2010, Volume 2, Issue 3, pp. 351 - 371
To what extent can the conduct of government officials help make unfavourable decisions acceptable to those that are affected by them? To provide an answer to... 
opinion-policy research | procedural fairness | administrative behaviour | decision acceptance | legitimacy beliefs | LEGITIMACY | VALUE PROTECTION MODEL | PROCEDURAL JUSTICE | CONTEXT | REFORM | POLITICAL SCIENCE | FAIRNESS | TRUST | BRITAIN | Social psychology | Morality | Political science | Public opinion | Decision making
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Ethnic and Racial Studies, ISSN 0141-9870, 03/2016, Volume 39, Issue 4, pp. 634 - 652
Are interpersonal contacts effective in reducing group threat and prejudice in all contexts? Studies have found that the contact effect is stronger in regions... 
prejudice | multilevel modelling | intergroup relations | Contact hypothesis | European Social Survey | group threat | Bias | Ethnic studies | Indigenous populations | Intergroup relations | Prejudice | Social contact | Immigrants | Threat
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International journal of public opinion research, ISSN 0954-2892, 2015, Volume 27, Issue 3, pp. 432 - 445
Representation theory obliges representatives to be responsive toward citizens’ wishes and demands between elections. Responsiveness is crucial because it... 
IR-97292 | METIS-311841 | UNITED-STATES | INTERNAL POLITICAL EFFICACY | REPRESENTATION | ELECTION | COMMUNICATION | Public opinion | Analysis | Psychology | Elections | Public opinion surveys | Citizen participation | Belief & doubt | Statsvetenskap | Political Science
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Governance, ISSN 0952-1895, 01/2014, Volume 27, Issue 1, pp. 111 - 134
We analyze the main rationale for public administrations and political institutions for supplying transparency, namely, that it generates legitimacy for these... 
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION | VOICE | PROCEDURAL JUSTICE | INFORMATION | POLITICAL SCIENCE | ENOUGH | Studies | Disclosure | Public administration | Political parties | Regulatory reform | Statsvetenskap | Political Science
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Electoral Studies, ISSN 0261-3794, 2011, Volume 30, Issue 1, pp. 102 - 113
The paper seeks to reconcile insights from winner–loser gap research with mainstream understanding of election legitimacy. The paper acknowledges that winning... 
Winner–loser gap | Electoral democracy | Electoral legitimacy | System support | Winner-loser gap | DEMOCRACY | POLITICAL TRUST | WINNERS | SUPPORT | SATISFACTION | POLITICAL SCIENCE | ELECTION | OUTCOMES | GOVERNMENT | PARTICIPATION | Statsvetenskap | electoral legitimacy | system support | electoral democracy | Political Science | winner-loser gap
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