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Repression and Dissent: Substitution, Context, and Timing

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Repression and Dissent: Substitution, Context, and Timing
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Repression and Dissent: Substitution, Context, and Timing
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This study reports the results of statistical tests of three explanations of dissident responses to government repression. Mark Lichbach's theory that dissidents substitute violence for nonviolence (and vice-versa) in response to state repression is supported by the data. Dipak Gupta's theory that regime type is a determinant factor and Karen Rasler's theory that repression inhibits dissent in the short-run but spurs dissent in the long-run are not supported by the data. Rather than aggregate data over a unit of time, the study uses sequential data
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  • Moore, Will H
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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Repression and Dissent: Substitution, Context, and Timing
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1139
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ICPSR01139.v1
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Repression and Dissent: Substitution, Context, and Timing
Publication
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1139
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ICPSR01139.v1
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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