13 październik 2021
Uncivil Agreement Lilliana Mason Pdf
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Outside the United States, you will find our international sales information. If you have access to a journal through a company or association, see the following instructions To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. If you have access to magazine content through a university, library or employer, register here is a manuscript from a lecture published under the title Peterson, David A.M. „Uncivil Agreement: How Politics Became Our Identity Lilliana Mason, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2018, p. 192.” Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique 52, n° 4 (2019): 961-962. DOI: 10.1017/S0008423919000076. Published with permission. Some promotions may be combined; others cannot be combined with other offers. For more information, see the terms and conditions of sale of these promotions.
Lilliana Mason Uncivil Agreement: How Politics Became Our Identity is by far the best book on American politics I`ve read in years. I want to say that in two respects. First, the book addresses perhaps the most pressing political question: why is American public opinion becoming increasingly polarized? The answer – that the growing overlap between identities is changing the way citizens see themselves and others – provides a clear understanding of polarisation. But it`s not just an important book, it`s a good book. Mason constructs a meticulous argument based on social psychology, and each chapter of the book builds sequentially on the previous one. The result is a book that is more than the sum of the parts and represents a big step forward in this area. I no longer counted the number of times Mason demonstrated a point that clearly expressed an idea I had about politics. There are few books that make this kind of contribution to a vital issue, as Uncivil Agreement does….