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The paper presents a test of the spiral of silence theory by means of a structural equation modeling approach. It first proposes an integral formal model, designed to capture interdependencies between the theory's central concepts. Certain conceptual developments are introduced: willingness to...
This study examined the complex relationships among recession news, the state of the economy, and people's perceptions toward the economy from January 1987 through March 1996 using trivariate vector autoregression (VAR) analysis. Most of the time‐series variables were found to have structural...
Education is one of the fundamental forces shaping people's political opinions. Past studies in the West have shown that education increases people's support for abstract democratic principles, but not necessarily for concrete policies implementing these principles. This article examines the...
Email has enormous potential as a medium for data collection. It permits complex questionnaires to be administered more quickly, flexibly, and inexpensively than telephone or postal communications. Email, though, is currently restricted to individuals with access to computer networks, meaning we...
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