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1. Who put forward the theory of cognitive mobilization? (voters rely less on social cues when casting votes due to educational increases and media)

  • Heath
  • Dalton
  • Tilley
  • Lijphart
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2. Who says that the decline of the manufacturing industry and restructuring of Western European economies has diminished the number of the traditional working class?

  • Dalton
  • Best
  • Crouch
  • Mair

3. How would Heath, Jowell and Curtis characterise the change in support for the Labour party in 1997?

  • a shift
  • gradual realignment
  • critical realignment
  • critical juncture

4. Who found that left-wing extremism has no effect on the extent of class voting but left-right polarization does?

  • Evans and Tilley
  • Lipset and Rokkan
  • Jansen, Evans and De Graaf
  • Heath, Jowell and Curtis

5. What percentage of members of the working class were council house tenants in 1979 and 1997?

  • 60%-42%
  • 44%-24%
  • 20%-12%
  • 54%-34%


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