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Political knowledge is one of the most influential variables in political science. However, scholars still grapple with its theoretical meaning and how to measure it best. I address the deeply contested issue of whether knowledge should be measured with either an open-ended or closed-choice...
This study applies the aversive racism framework to Spain and tests whether aversive racism depends on intergroup contact. Relying on a 3 (qualifications) by 3 (ethnicity) experiment, this study finds that aversive racism is especially pronounced against the Mexican job applicant, and emerges...
This article examines causes for prejudice toward Chinese, focusing on whether economic attitudesboth sociotropic and personalaffect prejudice. Using a nationally representative sample of American workers, I find prejudice toward Chinese is related in part to personal economic interest. This...
The question of the ability of citizens to respond to elite communication in a manner consistent with their own deeper values is fundamental in the literature on public opinion. Prior research shows that citizens are more likely to follow frames emphasizing values matching their own deeper...
This article analyses the nexus of public attitudes toward military missions abroad, specific beliefs about the respective missions, and political predispositions. While some studies have argued that specific beliefs such as success expectations are the most important explanatory factors of...
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