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Beschäftigungsunsicherheit, politisches Wissen und Wahlbeteiligung

  • Paul MarxEmail author
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Zusammenfassung

Dieser Beitrag entwickelt die theoretische Erwartung, dass wirtschaftliche Sorgen die Ressourcen verringern, um sich mit politischen Informationen auseinanderzusetzen und sie zu verarbeiten. In der Folge könnten wirtschaftliche Probleme die Grundlage für politisches Wissen und politische Beteiligung schwächen. Diese Implikationen werden am Beispiel von Beschäftigungsunsicherheit und ihren Effekten im Kontext der Bundestagswahl 2013 untersucht. Tatsächlich korreliert Unsicherheit über zukünftige Beschäftigung mit relevanten Variablen: politisches Wissen und Wahlbeteiligung.

Keywords

Politisches Wissen Wahlbeteiligung Sozioökonomischer Status Beschäftigungsunsicherheit Bundestagswahl 2013 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institut für SozioökonomieUniversität Duisburg-EssenDuisburgDeutschland

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