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AbstractThis paper, part of a larger effort to explicate the nature of American exceptionalism, is based on an assumption recently enunciated by Kazuo Ogura: ‘To define the “other” is to know one's nation’ (Lokker, 1992, p. 2). A person who knows only one country basically knows no country well....
AbstractTen years ago Davison formulated the third-person effect hypothesis, a novel approach to the study of public opinion. Davison proposed that individuals typically assume that mass communications exert a stronger impact on others than the self, and he derived some interesting ideas from...
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