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The ‘trap’ effect of television is the presumed impact of that medium on those who are not really interested in politics. Television, it says, is capable of influencing political opinions and behaviors in that group better than other media are. Previous research, however, has already shown that...
The variation among advanced capitalist democracies in terms of welfare programs has been well documented. Given the theoretical relationship between public opinion and public policy in democratic states, we should expect to see similar differences among such countries in terms of their mass...
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