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Repression of Dissent: A Substitution Model of Government Coercion

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Repression of Dissent: A Substitution Model of Government Coercion
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Repression of Dissent: A Substitution Model of Government Coercion
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The data describe a substitution model of states' responses to dissident behavior, and a statistical test of some sequential hypotheses that are derived from the model. The focus is to understand the sequential response of states to dissident activity. That is, if dissidents protest, what will the state do next? Similarly, if dissidents are cooperative, what will the state do next? The author argues that the answer to both of these questions depends on the interaction of the state's most recent behavior (i.e., repression or accommodation) and the dissident's response. The model produces the hypothesis that states substitute repression for accommodation, and vice versa, in response to dissident protest. Statistical analysis of evidence from Peru and Sri Lanka, 1955-1991, suggests that the model captures well the sequential responses of the Peruvian and Sri Lankan governments to dissident behavior during that period
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  • Moore, Will H
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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Repression of Dissent: A Substitution Model of Government Coercion
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ICPSR01205.v1
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Repression of Dissent: A Substitution Model of Government Coercion
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1205
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ICPSR01205.v1
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