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INDEX Aberbach, Joel D., 124n Abramson, Paul R., 66n, 67n, 201, 20In, 215n, 220n, 264n "acquisitive," 28n Adorno, Theodor W., 67n adult relearning, 23 adversary culture, 65 aesthetic needs, 39-52 age cohort, effect on values, 31-33, 35-38 aggregate change, 102-105 aggregate-level analysis, 96 aging, 66 Agnew, Spiro, 305 aid to less-developed countries, 30 Alford Index, 200-201 Alford, Robert R., 198, 198n, 199-203, 214, 264 Allardt, Erik, 23n, 133n, 138-139, 138n Allerbeck, Klaus R., 83n Alliance of Independents (Switzer­ land), 194 Almond, Gabriel A., 169, 17On, 217, 217n, 297 Anderson, Kristi, 303n Andrews, Frank M., 26n, 117n, 129, 129n, 134n "anti-system" parties, 190 Apollo Project, 390-391 Apter, David, 14n, 179n Aristotle, 66n Armstrong, Neil, 391 Aron, Raymond, 208 aspiration level, 118, 121-122, 125 Atlantic community, 5, 361 authoritarianism, 67-68, 238 Automatic Interaction Detection (AID), 244-245 Axelrod, Robert, 25, 263, 264n Baker, Kendall I., 107-108, 108n, 214n Banfield, Edward C, 158, 158n bargaining, 224-225 Barnes, Samuel H., 193n, 217, 217n beautiful cities, 45-51 Bell, Daniel, 8n, 9, 65-67, 97, 208, 380 belonging needs, 39-55, 290 Beneton, Phillippe, 284n Bennington, 113n Berelson, Bernard, 338n birth control technology, 376, 381 Blau, Peter, 218 Bon, Frederic, 272n bourgeois mentality, 370 Bowen, Don R., 124n Boyd, Richard W., 180n Boyle, Thomas J., 381 Bracher, Karl D., 287n Bradburn, Norman, 117n, 124n Brecht, Bertolt, 137 Broad, Roger, 322n Broader-based Index, 40 Brody, Richard, 180 Brown, Bernard E., 285n Brzezinski, Zbigniew, 370, 372n Buchanan, William, 163n Budge, Ian, 61η, 10In, 185n bureaucratic organization, 70, 290 Burnham, Walter Dean, 300n Burnier, Michel-Antoine, 272n Butler, David, 67n, 181n, 201n, 207n Cameron, Paul, 134n Campbell, Angus E., 67n, 116n, 118, 121n, 124n, 179n, 181n, 187n, 198n, 207n campus radicalism, 113 Cantril, Hadley, 117n, 124n, 150, 163n, 167n Captain of Industry, cultural type, 289 causal model, 84-88 Centrists (France), 191 change, future, 135 change, individual level, 99-101 change-oriented, 60 changes, recent, 134-135 changes, short-term (values), 102106 , 121 Chinese support for European integration, 352 Christian Democrats (German), 231, 253, 265 476 — Index Christian Democrats (Italian), 192193 , 350 Christian Social Party (Belgian), 252 Christie, Richard, 68n church attendance, 89, 217-219, 319 class polarization, 215 class voting, 14, 70, 197-203, 214215 , 223, 264, 271-273 Coal and Steel Community, Euro­ pean, 323 cognitive development, 75-76 Cognitive Mobilization Index, con­ struction of, 339n Cohn-Bendit, Daniel, 269, 282, 372 cohort analysis, 66 Cole, H.S.D., 378n communalism, 238 communications networks, 10, 7677 , 89, 336-338 communications patterns, 75, 97, 278 Communist parties, 187 Communist Party (French), 157— 158, 189-191, 242n, 271, 274, 284, 347-348, 352 Communist Party (Italian), 157158 , 189, 193, 242n, 347-350 Communist Party supporters, 157 confessional parties, 192 "Consciousness III," 64 Conservative Party (British), 140, 173, 233, 252, 326-327 constraint, 24, 31, 3 In consumer confidence, 103, 103n contextual effects, 82 Converse, Philip, 7n, 24, 25n, 118, 179n, 300n, 305, 308n correlation, imperfect, 26 cosmopolitan vs. parochial orienta­ tion, 57-58, 296, 316-317, 330334 , 338-342 "counter-culture," 83 cultural change, 17 cultural emancipation, 238-240 cultural unit, 126 culture shock, 371 curvilinear aspect of value change, 242-243 cutting points, 37 Dahl, Robert Α., 167n, 182n Dalton, Russell, 95, 95n, 96-97, 107, 108, 108n, 214n Danish Gallup Institute, 350n Dansette, Adrien, 285n David, Paul Α., 150n Davies, James C, 22n, 124n Davis, James Α., 116n de Gaulle, Charles, 187, 196, 267269 , 283-284, 324-325, 329 Democratic Center Party (French), 271 Democratic majority (U.S.), 202 Democratic Party (U.S.), 201, 207, 223, 257, 263, 308-309, 320 Democrats, 1966 (Dutch), 250 Demoskopea, 28n Depression, Great, 24 deprivation, relative, 135 Deutsch, Emeric, 187n Deutsch, Karl W., 22n, 286, 296, 323n, 336 DiPalma, Giuseppe, 300, 301n distribution of incomes, 209 Dobson, Richard B., 65n Dogan, Mattei, 207n, 272 DOXA, 36n Duncan, Otis Dudley, 116n, 218 Dupeux, Georges, 308n Easterlin, Richard A„ 150, 150n, 167n Easton, David, 307n, 328 economic change, 35-39 economic decline, 113, 262 economic growth, 23-24, 41, 48 economic security, 22-23, 81, 98, 225 economic stability, 48 economic welfare, 116 education, effects of, 10, 72-78, 82, 85, 93, 97, 297-302, 310-312, 339 education, expansion of, 7, 9, 293-294 education, father's, 80 education, higher, access to, 81 education, level of, 73, 77 Eisenhower, Dwight D., 202 Eklit, Jorgen, 35On electronic communications, 226 elite-challenging vs. elite-directed political participation, 3, 299-300...

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