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We define self-censorship as the withholding of one’s true opinion from an audience perceived to disagree with that opinion . Willingness to self-censor can be conceptualized as an individual difference, and we introduce here an 8-item self-report instrument to measure this construct. The...
Though not as well-known as other of his writings, Robert K. Merton’s communications research represents an important body of work. From 1941, when he first joined forces with Paul Lazarsfeld at Columbia University, through 1949, when he published his last articles in the area, Merton was active...
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