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Title: Struktura i uwarunkowania afektywnego komponentu postaw politycznych studentów
Other Titles: The Structure and Factors of the Affective Component of Students’ Political Attitudes
Authors: Pawełczyk, Piotr
Churska-Nowak, Karolina
Jankowiak, Barbara
Keywords: postawy polityczne
uwarunkowania postaw politycznych
afektywny komponent postaw
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Wydawnictwo Naukowe WNPiD UAM
Citation: Przegląd Politologiczny, nr 4/2012, ss. 7-16
Abstract: It is indisputable that emotions predominate in shaping political attitudes. This is corrobo- rated by the development of political marketing, whose techniques and means are mainly di- rected at voters’ emotions. The paper presents the results of research into the affective component in the political attitudes of university students. To a large extent the analysis con- firms the hypothesis that religious organizations have a significant impact on developing a positive emotional attitude towards right-wing politicians and parties, whereas the media strongly influence the emergence of similar attitudes towards liberal political entities. Advo- cates of the right wing declare their commitment to national values and patriotism, while dem- onstrating a relatively passive attitude to politics. The respondents whose opinions indicate liberal sympathies emphasize their satisfaction with life and intention to be active in the field of politics. The important conclusion to be drawn from this research is that the family contin- ues to have a significant impact on the emotional political attachments of the young, whereas the influence of school in this regard is definitely limited.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10593/5670
ISSN: 1426-8876
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