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New Book: Political Behavior and the Emotional Citizen: Participation and Reaction in Turkey

Recent events have greatly challenged Turkey’s social, economic, and political standing. In these turbulent times, Erisen studies the effects of three primary emotions (anger, anxiety, and enthusiasm) on the Turkish electorate’s political attitudes and behavior. From the Gezi Park demonstrations to leadership evaluations and to the growing political and public polarization, Erisen uses survey and experimental data to explore how emotions are integral in understanding contemporary Turkish politics.

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