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Title
La non-participation politique des jeunes : une étude des barrières temporaires et permanentes de l'engagement
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Abstract
Abstract. With a two-pronged methodology, this article takes a closer look at an understudied group: the disengaged youth. Using interviews, we discern four different types within this disengaged group: the criticals, those lacking political resources, the busy and those waiting for mobilization. The criticals constitute only a minority of the disengaged group, while the young people who lack political resources are more common. Most importantly, a great proportion of young people show a certain potential for engagement. The quantitative analysis reveals that these types resemble distinct attitudinal and demographic profiles, and differ in their future willingness to participate. Thus the non-engaged are not a monolithic group.
Language
French
Source (journal)
Canadian journal of political science. - Toronto, Ont., 1968, currens
Publication
Toronto, Ont. : 2012
ISSN
0008-4239 [print]
1920-7220 [online]
Volume/pages
45:2(2012), p. 405-425
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