The symbolic uses of politics : with a new afterwordSeries: Political science Publicado por : University of Illinois Press (Chicago) Detalles físicos: 221 páginas ISBN:025201202X; 9780252012020. Año : 1985
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1. Introduction --- 2. Symbols and political quiescence --- 3. The administrative system as Symbol --- 4. Political leadership --- 5. Political settings as Symbolism --- 6. Language and the perception of politics --- 7. The forms and meanings of political language --- 8. Persistence and change in political goals --- 9. Mass responses to political symbols ---- Conclusion.
The symbolic manifestations, purposes, and uses of politics are revealed in this provocative analysis of the institution of politics and man as a political animal. Unlike the conventional study of politics that deals with how people get the things they want through government, this book concentrates on how politics influence what they want, what they fear, and what they regard as possible. In examining politics as a symbolic form, it looks at man and politics as reflections of each other. -- Publisher description from http://www.press.uillinois.edu (Oct. 7, 2011).
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