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A phenomenological study explored the decision making process of voters in two inner-city communities in Jamaica, wherein results of three consecutive general elections showed homogenous voting in favor of incumbent candidates. Voting behavior examined through theoretical frameworks of reciprocal determinism and counter-control supported influences among environmental, cognitive, and behavioral factors.

Publication Date

2013

City

Minneapolis, MN

Keywords

Research Symposium

Disciplines

Models and Methods | Political Science | Social and Behavioral Sciences

Factors Influencing Voter Behavior in Two Inner-City Communities in Jamaica

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