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By: Deborah Lynn Guber
328 pages, Cloth, 14 Illus
&i;The Grassroots of a Green Revolution&o; uses polling data from a wide variety of sources to explore the myths, inconsistencies, and tensions that characterise public thinking on environmental issues. The book defines and describes key characteristics of public opinion, including direction, strength, stability, distribution, and consistency, and shows how those qualities influence behaviour.
This book should be read by every student in the field. Eric R.A.N. Smith Political Science Quarterly
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Deborah Lynn Guber is Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Vermont.
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