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An Application of Attribute Theory to General Assembly Voting Patterns, and Some Implications

  • Jack E. Vincent (a1)

The primary purpose of this study1 is to relate a large number of variables, pertaining to the national attributes of the members of the United Nations, to the voting patterns of these members in the 23rd (1968) and 24th (1969) sessions of the General Assembly. This effort may be viewed as a continuation of an earlier one entitled “Predicting Voting Patterns in the General Assembly,”2 based on 1961 and 1963 data.3

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Jack E. Vincent , “Predicting Voting Patterns in the General Assembly,” American Political Science Review, 65 (1971) 471498.

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Jack E. Vincent , “National Attributes as Predictors of Delegate Attitudes at the United Nations,American Political Science Review, 62 (1968) 916931;

Jack E. Vincent , “The Convergence of Voting and Attitude Patterns at the United Nations,Journal of Politics, 31 (1969) 952983;

Jack E. Vincent , Joseph Falardeau , Edward Schwerin , Barry Bozeman , and Robert Jednak ,“Generating Some Empirically Based Indices for International Alliance and Regional Systems Operating in the Early 196's,International Studies Quarterly, 15 (1971) 465525;

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International Organization
  • ISSN: 0020-8183
  • EISSN: 1531-5088
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