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Questo articolo è una traduzione del post originale pubblicato su LSE EUROPP (‘Testing Ronald Inglehart’s ‘value change’ theory with the manifestos of western European parties’) Uno dei tanti contributi di Ronald Inglehart, che si è spento l’8 maggio scorso, è stata la teoria del ‘cambiamento valoriale’. Secondo questa prospettiva, con la crescente capacità delle società industriali avanzate di poter soddisfare i bisogni materiali dei propri cittadini, la formazione dei loro valori, attitudini e opinioni politiche risente sempre più di questioni non materiali. Nonostante la popolarità di questa teoria, larga parte della...

A new, short series of five online seminars by CISE researchers, running in May and June 2021. See program below! The CISE Seminar Series (since 2018, the first regular seminar series in the Luiss Department of Political Science - DiSP) was originally born with the aim to: 1) establish a practice of open discussion for the work in progress of CISE researchers; 2) consolidate a network of in-person scientific interaction among the CISE, the broader LUISS research community, and other universities in the Rome area. Later on, a Luiss DiSP Department...

Per citare l’articolo: Angelucci, D., De Sio, L., & Paparo, A. (2020). Europe matters … upon closer investigation: A novel approach for analysing individual-level determinants of vote choice across first- and second-order elections, applied to 2019 Italy. Italian Political Science Review/Rivista Italiana Di Scienza Politica, 1-16. doi:10.1017/ipo.2020.21 Scarica l'articolo qui Abstract Are European Parliament (EP) elections still second-order? In this article, we test the classical model at the individual level in contrast to an alternative ‘Europe matters’ model, by investigating the relative importance of domestic...

Per citare l'articolo: Emanuele, V., Marino, B. and Angelucci, D. (2020), The congealing of a new cleavage? The evolution of the demarcation bloc in Europe (1979–2019). Italian Political Science Review. doi: https://doi.org/10.1017/ipo.2020.19 Scarica l'articolo qui Abstract Over recent years, a new transnational conflict has been deemed to be structuring political conflict in Europe. Several scholars have posited the emergence of a new ‘demarcation’ vs. ‘integration’ cleavage, pitting the ‘losers’ and ‘winners’ of globalization against each other. This new conflict is allegedly structured along...

Per citare l'articolo: Brader, T., De Sio, L., Paparo, A. and Tucker, J.A. (2020), “Where You Lead, I Will Follow”: Partisan Cueing on High‐Salience Issues in a Turbulent Multiparty System. Political Psychology. doi:10.1111/pops.12651 Scarica l'articolo qui. Abstract: The ability of parties to not only reflect, but actually shape, citizens' preferences on policy issues has been long debated, as it corresponds to a fundamental prediction of classic party identification theory. While most research draws on data from the United States or...