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Elite integration : an empirical study

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Keywords
  • Politikwissenschaft
  • Sozialwissenschaften
  • Soziologie
  • Political Science
  • Social Sciences
  • Sociology
  • Anthropology
  • Politische Willensbildung
  • Politische Soziologie
  • Allgemeine Soziologie
  • Makrosoziologie
  • Spezielle Theorien Und Schulen
  • Entwicklung Und Geschichte Der Soziologie
  • Political Process
  • Elections
  • Political Sociology
  • Political Culture
  • General Sociology
  • Basic Research
  • General Concepts And History Of Sociology
  • Sociological Theories
  • Elite
  • Eliteforschung
  • Integration
  • Gesellschaftstheorie
  • Soziale Klasse
  • Mittelschicht
  • Norwegen
  • Kirche
  • öffentliche Verwaltung
  • Kultur
  • Massenmedien
  • Wirtschaft
  • Wirtschaftselite
  • Unternehmen
  • Hochschule
  • Forschungseinrichtung
  • Polizei
  • Militär
  • Politik
  • Oberschicht
  • Vergleichende Politikwissenschaft
  • Elite
  • Elite Research
  • Integration
  • Theory Of Society
  • Social Class
  • Middle Class
  • Norway
  • Church
  • Public Administration
  • Culture
  • Mass Media
  • Economy
  • Economic Elite
  • Enterprise
  • University
  • Research Facility
  • Police
  • Military
  • Politics
  • Upper Class
  • Comparative Political Science
  • Empirisch
  • Empirisch-Quantitativ
  • Historisch
  • Theorieanwendung
  • Empirical
  • Quantitative Empirical
  • Historical
  • Theory Application
Disciplines
  • Political Science

Abstract

"Elite integration has been a central topic within research an elites. In this paper, theoretical ideas about factors behind elite cohesion are discussed and empirically tested. The analyses presented in the paper Show that ideological integration is strongest in elite groups where the share of members with upper/upper middle class origin is highest. This finding is valid whether the elite groups are located to the left or to the right in the political landscape. Various explanations of the finding are discussed." (author's abstract)

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