Week 1

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What types of political persuasion are there, and what are common approaches to studying them?

Papers

Learning and Opinion Change, Not Priming: Reconsidering the Priming Hypothesis (Lenz, 2009) (appendix)

Multiple observational panel studies on the effect of party/media cues on public opinion

(Graelyn)


The Long-lasting Effects of Newspaper Op-Eds on Public Opinion (Coppock, Ekins, & Kirby, 2018) (appendix)

Two panel survey experiments on persuading people of particular policy positions

(Luke/Ben)


Field experiments and the study of voter turnout (Green, McGrath, & Aronow, 2013)

A review of field experiments on persuading voters to turn out

(Nick)

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