partisanship


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an inclination for or against that inhibits impartial judgment

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The next section provides a literature review of cross-national partisanship comparison and theoretical expectations of partisan strength in East Asian nations.
But it could diminish the partisanship that far too often produces political warfare instead of consensus-building.
One could say he wanted to put aside partisanship for the betterment of the people, or one could say he chose to cut his losses in the face of near-certain defeat by the Legislature.
a President of one party and a Congress of another," the President said, "Surely they did not do this to advance the politics of petty bickering and extreme partisanship they plainly deplore.
Stoil: Do you see the partisanship affecting health care reform?
For now, however, both Obama and Romney appear to be largely preaching to the converted, while on the economy, partisanship strongly colors how people perceive news and the context in which they place it, it concluded.
Respondents were randomly assigned to one of two ads: one where the sponsoring candidate was a Republican and the target was a Democrat; and the other, the same ad with the partisanship of the candidates reversed.
KEYWORDS: cognitive dissonance, democratization, East Asians, partisanship, rational choice, and socialization
Even while partisanship roiled elections throughout the nation, resulting in a Democratic takeover of the U.
of Cincinnati) believe voters' decisions are based not as much on partisanship or rational choice as on how voters perceive the positions of the parties or candidates in achieving the overall goals of the nation state in terms of national security or survival, economic prosperity and management of inter-group conflicts.
Lott escalated the partisanship a day after Pickering's rejection.
This kind of partisanship has been a hallmark of the Christian Coalition since its founding.
Challenging the explanations of political 'deference', the existence of a 'natural' two-party system, an increasing class-based electorate, structural changes within political institutions, and increasing political partisanship, the seven essays systematically examine voting patterns and the ever-expanding English electorate in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, their underlying social forces and the culture of popular politics.
But out of the wisdom of its secular heart the CRTC has decided that all religious TV must be under its control and must not represent religious partisanship.
Excellent point - as is the precisely opposite point that charges of Republican partisanship are pure Democratic partisanship.