Political Culture and Public Policy in Canada and the United States. Only a Border Apart?
This book focuses on the shared Pacific West political arena of Washing State and the Province of British Columbia, but has many implications for comparison drawn at the national level. Using multiple methodologies, the book reports the results of a series on investigative differences in the two countries, including political cultures and public preferences in three major areas of public policy: native claims, immigration, and forest resource management.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents (main chapter headings):
1. A Border Apart? Culture, Context and Policy
2. One Border or Two? The Cultural Portrait
3. Common Understanding or Differing Perspectives?
4. Borders Within Borders? Public Support for Native Claims
5. Crossing Borders? Immigration
6. Nature’s Own Borders (Forest Policies)
7. Borders in the Mind? The Cross-Policy Structure of Beliefs
8. Border Countries?
Appendix: Survey Questionnaire
References; Author Index; Subject Index
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