Does Economic Divergence Predict Political Divergence: Changes in Political Economic Ideology By Gender, Race, and Class 1985-2016
The economic prospects of men and women, whites and blacks, and the wealthy and working class have been diverging since the introduction of neoliberal policy 1980s. This study uses General Social Survey data from 1985 - 2016 to examine if the changes in economic opportunity translate into divergent beliefs in the role of government intervention in the economy. Correlation of SAD and least favorite season, holiday, and time of year.
Georgia Sociological Association Conference
Wilson, Joseph, Ted Brimeyer.
"Does Economic Divergence Predict Political Divergence: Changes in Political Economic Ideology By Gender, Race, and Class 1985-2016."
Sociology and Anthropology Faculty Presentations.