Political Behaviour Reading Group

December:

David E. Campbell and Christina Wolbrecht. 2020. “The Resistance as Role Model: Disillusionment and Protest Among American Adolescents After 2016.” Political Behavior 42: 1143-1168.

November:

Huddy, L., & Yair, O. Reducing Affective Polarization: Warm Group Relations or Policy Compromise?

October:

Mansell, J. (2020). Causation and Behavior: The Necessity and Benefits of Incorporating Evolutionary Thinking into Political Science. Social Science Quarterly101(5), 1677-1698.

September:

Dobber, T., Metoui, N., Trilling, D., Helberger, N., & de Vreese, C. (2019). Do (Microtargeted) Deepfakes Have Real Effects on Political Attitudes?. The International Journal of Press/Politics, 1940161220944364.

August: 

Bisgaard, M. (2019). How getting the facts right can fuel partisan‐motivated reasoning. American Journal of Political Science63(4), 824-839.