¿Adiós a los activistas todoterreno? Un análisis de conglomerados del activismo de partido en España

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https://doi.org/10.3989/ris.2021.79.4.M21.03

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Participación política, Activismo de partido, Afiliación multi-speed

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Este artículo tiene como objetivo identificar diferentes modos de participación entre los miembros más activos dentro de los partidos políticos y explorar las razones detrás de esta variación. Las investigaciones previas se han centrado en la posición jerárquica de los miembros según su vinculación a la organización, para explicar diferentes tipos de activismo. Sin embargo, se ha prestado menos atención a la variación horizontal entre los activistas del partido. Nuestro estudio emplea datos de encuestas de delegados que asistieron a conferencias de partidos españoles entre 2008 y 2017 y realiza un análisis de conglomerados para identificar la presencia de diferentes tipos de activistas. Además, empleamos una regresión logística multinomial para identificar los factores explicativos de la existencia de los cuatro tipos de activistas identificados en los diferentes conglomerados (los activistas típicos de partidos de masas, los activistas comprometidos, los activistas de campaña y los activistas animadores). Nuestros resultados muestran que tanto los factores individuales (nivel socioeconómico y diferentes tipos de incentivos) como los factores partidistas (edad del partido, acceso a instituciones, penetración territorial) son relevantes para explicar la variación en el activismo partidista.

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2022-01-13

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Correa, P. ., Rodríguez-Teruel, J. ., & Barberà, O. . (2022). ¿Adiós a los activistas todoterreno? Un análisis de conglomerados del activismo de partido en España. Revista Internacional De Sociología, 79(4), e195. https://doi.org/10.3989/ris.2021.79.4.M21.03

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