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2 Encountering Mixed Political Company With Whom and in What Context?

2 Encountering Mixed Political Company With Whom and in What Context?Read more at location 453
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On average, the measure of cross-cutting exposure is always a negative score, thus indicating that political discussants tend more toward political agreement than disagreement.Read more at location 572
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Nonwhites are significantly more likely to engage in cross-cutting political conversation than whites. And as income increases, the frequency of disagreeable conversations declines. Exposure to disagreement is highest among those who have completed less than a high schoolRead more at location 645
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As shown in Figure 2.4, those most knowledgeable about and interested in politics are not the people most exposed to oppositional political viewpoints.Read more at location 671
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cross-cutting political networks are more common among political moderates.Read more at location 680
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Those highest in voluntary association memberships are least likely to report cross-cutting political conversations.Read more at location 719
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So long as people are encouraged to have bigger networks, the promise of cross-cutting exposure will be fulfilled, at least so the argument goes.Read more at location 827
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The number of like-minded discussants increases with network size to an even greater degree, from .61 to 2.41, that is, by 1.80.Read more at location 832
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Finally, the line marked by triangles in Figure 2.8 illustrates the ratio of agreeable to disagreeable discussants, again by network size. Here the extent of agreement climbs steeply from one- to two-discussant networks, the opposite of the model prediction, then declines back to initial levels with networks of size three, and further toward heterogeneity at size four.Read more at location 849
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Environments are traditionally understood as external, exogenous factors that impose constraints on people’s ability to exercise selectivity: “Contexts are structurally imposed, whereas networks are individually constructed.”Read more at location 881
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Of all countries studied, the United States shows the highest degree of political similarity between respondents and their discussants.Read more at location 988
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According to this indicator, the United States is similar to Italy and Greece on the basis of the top panel of Figure 2.10. In all three countries just under 60 percent of respondents report a partisan first discussant, that is, one who is known to favor a candidate or party.Read more at location 996
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