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Compétence et repérages politiques en France et aux Etats-Unis : une contribution au modèle de ‘l’électeur raisonnant’

Abstract : Since the emergence of American and French electoral surveys, numerous scholars have questioned ordinary citizens’ ability to fulfil the conditions required to conform to the rational-active citizen model, both informed and interested in politics, and able to politically reason and choose. In the beginning of the nineties, some US scholars, drawing on the minimalist paradigm, developed an alternative model of citizen: the reasoning voter, i.e. an individual able to reason under the framework of Herbert Simon’ s bounded rationality. However several critics have since emerged based on the validity of decision making under such conditions. This paper’s main objective is to test what is considered a compulsory condition for this model to be validated, focusing on the command and the use of political categories in France and the United States.
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Vincent Tiberj. Compétence et repérages politiques en France et aux Etats-Unis : une contribution au modèle de ‘l’électeur raisonnant’. Revue Francaise de Science Politique, Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, 2004, 54 (2), pp.261 - 287. ⟨10.3917/rfsp.542.0261⟩. ⟨hal-03458693⟩

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