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Title: CLASS INEQUALITIES IN POLITICAL PARTICIPATION: SPAIN AND EUROPE


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CLASS INEQUALITIES IN POLITICAL PARTICIPATION
SPAIN AND EUROPE
  • Miguel Caínzos
  • Carmen Voces
  • Mónica Ferrín
  • University of Santiago de Compostela
  • Galician School of Public Administration
  • Santiago de Compostela, Spain

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  • a. Forms of political action signing petitions,
    taking part in a public demonstration,
    participating in a strike, addressing mass media,
    contacting a politician, attending a political
    meeting, working in a political party, donating
    money, collecting money for a cause, working in a
    citizens-action group, working in another kind of
    association, contacting an association.
  • b. Representation index is the ratio of the
    percentage that a particular group is of the
    participating segment of the population to the
    percentage that that group is of the population
    as a whole.
  • c. Class of respondent, according to their
    current or last job. Interviewed who have never
    been employed are not included in the analysis.
  • SOURCE Spanish survey of the Citizenship,
    Involvement and Democracy project (Centro de
    Investigaciones Sociológicas, code 2450).
    March-april 2002.

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  • a. Forms of political action signing petitions,
    taking part in a public demonstration,
    participating in a strike, addressing mass media,
    contacting a politician, attending a political
    meeting, working in a political party, donating
    money, collecting money for a cause, working in a
    citizens-action group, working in another kind of
    association, contacting an association.
  • b. Representation index is the ratio of the
    percentage that a particular group is of the
    participating segment of the population to the
    percentage that that group is of the population
    as a whole.
  • SOURCE Spanish survey of the Citizenship,
    Involvement and Democracy project (Centro de
    Investigaciones Sociológicas, code 2450).
    March-april 2002.

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  • a. Forms of political action signing petitions,
    taking part in a public demonstration,
    participating in a strike, addressing mass media,
    contacting a politician, attending a political
    meting, working in a political party, donating
    money, collecting money for a cause, working in a
    citizens-action group, working in another kind of
    association, contacting an association.
  • b. Representation index is the ratio of the
    percentage that a particular group is of the
    participating segment of the population to the
    percentage that that group is of the population
    as a whole.
  • SOURCE Spanish survey of the Citizenship,
    Involvement and Democracy project (Centro de
    Investigaciones Sociológicas, code 2450).
    March-april 2002.

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  • a. Taking part in a public demonstration,
    participating in a strike.
  • b. Taking part in a public demonstration,
    participating in a strike, signing petitions.
  • c. Contacting a politician, attending a political
    meeting, working in a political party.
  • d. Donating money, collecting money for a cause.
  • e. Working in a citizens-action group, working in
    another kind of association, contacting an
    association.
  • f. Class of respondent, according to their
    current or last job. Intervieweed who have never
    been employed are not included in the analysis.
  • SOURCE Spanish survey of the Citizenship,
    Involvement and Democracy project (Centro de
    Investigaciones Sociológicas, code 2450).
    March-april 2002
  • Statistical significance of adjusted residuals
    plt0,10 plt0,05 plt0,01.

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  • a. Taking part in a public demonstration,
    participating in a strike.
  • b. Taking part in a public demonstration,
    participating in a strike, signing petitions.
  • c. Contacting a politician, attending a political
    meeting, working in a political party.
  • d. Donating money, collecting money for a cause.
  • e. Working in a citizens-action group, working in
    another kind of association, contacting an
    association.
  • SOURCE Spanish survey of the Citizenship,
    Involvement and Democracy project (Centro de
    Investigaciones Sociológicas, code 2450).
    March-april 2002
  • Statistical significance of adjusted residuals
    plt0,10 plt0,05 plt0,01.

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  • a. Taking part in a public demonstration,
    participating in a strike.
  • b. Taking part in a public demonstration,
    participating in a strike, signing petitions.
  • c. Contacting a politician, attending a political
    meeting, working in a political party.
  • d. Donating money, collecting money for a cause.
  • e. Working in a citizens-action group, working in
    another kind of association, contacting an
    association.
  • SOURCE Spanish survey of the Citizenship,
    Involvement and Democracy project (Centro de
    Investigaciones Sociológicas, code 2450).
    March-april 2002
  • Statistical significance of adjusted residuals
    plt0,10 plt0,05 plt0,01.

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  • a. Taking part in a public demonstration,
    participating in a strike.
  • b. Taking part in a public demonstration,
    participating in a strike, signing petitions.
  • c. Contacting a politician, attending a political
    meeting, working in a political party.
  • d. Donating money, collecting money for a cause.
  • e. Working in a citizens-action group, working in
    another kind of association, contacting an
    association.
  • SOURCE Spanish survey of the Citizenship,
    Involvement and Democracy project (Centro de
    Investigaciones Sociológicas, code 2450).
    March-april 2002
  • Statistical significance of adjusted residuals
    plt0,10 plt0,05 plt0,01.

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  • plt0,10 plt0,05 plt0,01
  • Reference categories
  • skilled workers in industry and construction
    employed in the private sector
  • lower secondary or second stage of basic
    studies
  • income between 200001 and 400000 Spanish pesetas.
  • SOURCE Spanish survey of the Citizenship,
    Involvement and Democracy project (Centro de
    Investigaciones Sociológicas, code 2450).
    March-april 2002

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  • plt0,10 plt0,05 plt0,01
  • Reference categories
  • skilled workers in industry and construction
  • lower secondary or second stage of basic
    studies
  • income between 200001 and 400000 Spanish pesetas.
  • SOURCE Spanish survey of the Citizenship,
    Involvement and Democracy project (Centro de
    Investigaciones Sociológicas, code 2450).
    March-april 2002

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  • plt0,10 plt0,05 plt0,01
  • Reference categories
  • skilled workers in industry and construction
    employed in the private sector
  • lower secondary or second stage of basic
    studies
  • income between 200001 and 400000 Spanish pesetas.
  • SOURCE Spanish survey of the Citizenship,
    Involvement and Democracy project (Centro de
    Investigaciones Sociológicas, code 2450).
    March-april 2002

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  • plt0,10 plt0,05 plt0,01
  • Reference categories
  • skilled workers in industry and construction
  • lower secondary or second stage of basic
    studies
  • income between 200001 and 400000 Spanish pesetas.
  • SOURCE Spanish survey of the Citizenship,
    Involvement and Democracy project (Centro de
    Investigaciones Sociológicas, code 2450).
    March-april 2002

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  • plt0,10 plt0,05 plt0,01
  • Reference categories
  • skilled workers in industry and construction
    employed in the private sector
  • lower secondary or second stage of basic
    studies
  • income between 200001 and 400000 Spanish pesetas.
  • SOURCE Spanish survey of the Citizenship,
    Involvement and Democracy project (Centro de
    Investigaciones Sociológicas, code 2450).
    March-april 2002

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  • plt0,10 plt0,05 plt0,01
  • Reference categories
  • skilled workers in industry and construction
  • lower secondary or second stage of basic
    studies
  • income between 200001 and 400000 Spanish pesetas.
  • SOURCE Spanish survey of the Citizenship,
    Involvement and Democracy project (Centro de
    Investigaciones Sociológicas, code 2450).
    March-april 2002

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