Angry Politics: Partisan Hatred and Political Polarization among College Students
Angry Politics: Partisan Hatred and Political Polarization among College Students0 0 5 Scritto da: Stacy G. Ulbig Letto da: Suzie Althens
A distinguished researcher and scholar of political psychology and public opinion, Ulbig gets right to the heart of the problem-the early manifestation of the incivility pervading contemporary US politics. With an emphasis on undergraduates at four-year universities, she gauges the intensity and effects of partisan animosities on campus, examines the significance of media consumption in forming political attitudes, and considers the possibility that partisan hostility can operate like racial and ethnic animosities in fomenting intolerance for other groups. During the college years, political attitudes are most likely to be mutable; so, as Angry Politics explores the increasing combativeness on campus, it also considers the possibility of forestalling partisan hatred before attitudes harden.
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Durata: 5H 49Min