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