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Thirty years ago, Helen Dinerman published the article reprinted below, in a new journal called The Analyst . She began by looking back 30 years, but ended with a brave call into the future. Her remarks may well serve as a program for the International Journal of Public Opinion Research . We...
In this section the International Journal of Public Opinion Research reviews articles that have recently been published in peer‐refereed journals and which relate to the field of public opinion. The intention is not to give an exhaustive overview of a given study but rather to alert our readers...
A large number of studies have been devoted to the impact of perceptions of opinion distributions on the expression of public opinion. In the present study we propose that perceptions of opinion distributions have implications that go beyond influencing individual issue stances, but rather...
Discussions and controversies make a journal livelier and thus more interesting to its readers. There is a lot of room for discussions in the sciences and particularly in the social sciences. However, the schedules of most academic journals, getting published four times a year, makes this a slow...
We examined how people's willingness to speak their opinions in a real situation varied as a function of perceived support for those opinions. When given a list of six potential topics to discuss with a real group of people, the participants reported a greater willingness to discuss a topic if...
In this section the International Journal of Public Opinion Research will publish short reports about past and future activities of the World Association for Public Opinion Research and its members, as well as previews of forthcoming conferences and seminars that might be of interest to its...
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