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Public support for the death penalty increased from the 1970s until the early 1990s, then declined. Our first hypothesis is that the time trend of support can be predicted from press coverage of capital punishment. Our second hypothesis is that the drop since the 1990s has been driven by news...
In models of survey participation, utilitarian individualism can be considered as a relevant social psychological characteristic. Data from a panel survey are used to evaluate the effect of utilitarian individualism on the nonresponse of the second wave of a panel. The results show that after...
This study examines the influence of individual‐level characteristics on the spiral of silence effect in Singapore. In a representative telephone poll of 668 adults conducted in Singapore in September 2000, respondents were asked to indicate how likely they would be to publicly discuss two...
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