Political organization and political participation: exit, voice, and loyalty in preindustrial societies
Comparative Politics • Vol/Iss. 21 • Published In • Pages: 73-89 •
By Ross, Marc Howard
Concentration of political power will be positively associated with range of political decision making and the strength of cross-cutting ties in preindustrial societies (80).
Socioeconomic complexity, fraternal interest group strength, societal trust, obedience, authoritarian control, and warmth/affection were not related in the model.
|multiple regression||Supported||p<.001||.41 for concentration of political power; .41 for cross-cutting ties scale||UNKNOWN|
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Concentration Of Political Power||Independent||Community Councils, Community Heads, Community Structure|
|Range Of Political Decision Making||Dependent||Community Structure, Community Heads, Community Councils|