The first part of the thesis takes a macro-view of the social significance of the
agreement known as the Accord, whilst the second part takes a micro-view of the same
subject, delving into individual psychology in search of attitudes to the Accord.
A broad interpretation of politics is required to analyse the full (political) import of
the Accord. The theoretical framework for the macro-analysis is based on David
Eas ton’s model according to which the political system processes inputs of...[Show more]
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