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This article attempts to reevaluate the democratic implications of opinion diversity by showing that politically hostile social networks do not necessarily discourage political participation. It is theorized that generalized social trust, as an individual differences variable, can explain how...
We review existing methods for sampling an adult from a household and highlight the strengths and weaknesses of these methods with respect to issues relevant for sampling in the Middle East and developing countries. We then develop a new, flexible within-household sampling scheme that takes full...
The goal of this study is to explore different facets of exposure to television newsfrom the regularity of exposure via viewing durations to deliberate news selection and avoidance behavior. Using Dutch people-meter data on the individual viewer level, nine different exposure measures are...
The purpose of this article is to investigate the dual nature of agenda-setting processes as they can either occur on a deliberate level or on an automatic one. At present, the factors that lead to one of the processes rather than to the other are almost unknown. From studies on dual processing...
In this contribution, we elaborate on disapproval of homosexuality in 20 European countries. We mainly focus on the explanation of differences in the disapproval of homosexuality at the individual and the national level. Data from four waves of the European Social Survey are used, using...
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