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This study explores two sets of hypotheses: An increment in media use for political information corresponds to (1) an increment in community consensus about social priorities (first level agenda setting); and (2) an increment in community consensus about politicians’ attributes (second level...
This article examines the self-placement on a 10 point left-right scale in eight West European countries from 1973 to the beginning of the 1990s. The findings indicate a high degree of stability in the willingness of the mass publics in Western Europe to place themselves on the left-right scale....
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Starting with observations about the abandonment of bourgeois values in the late 1960s and early 1970s, a shift of political orientations towards the left, and a correspondence of left-right orientation with certain values, the article identifies basic components of both orientations and pursues...
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