Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
In recent studies of voting behavior, few variables have been ignored. These studies have produced a mass socio-psychological data through which the political scientists, sociologists, and various others have attempted to discover what has influenced voting behavior. Studies have ranged from the macro-influence of national alternatives to micro studies of psychological reasons for preference and turnout. Many of the studies have utilized what is termed the "behavioral approach."
Henson, Gary Dean, "The Relationship Between Displaying Political Yard Signs and Voting Turnout in Omaha, Nebraska: An Exploratory Study" (1977). Student Work. 2227.