This study proposes an analytic framework applicable to any type of empirical survey regarding political alienation. It is a methodological attempt to transform limitations of Jeffery Paige"s "Combination Model" into a "Combined and Collapsed Model of Trust and Efficacy" for comparing levels or intensities of alienation toward government. Causes of alienation and behavioral consequences are identified as experimental guidelines for future studies. Accordingly, the primary purpose of this study is to contribute to theory and methodology, rather than empirical explanation, concerning political alienation toward government in the context of public governance.
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