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American Government and Politics
Mobility and Elite Cues: Partisan Responses to Covid-19
James Bisbee, Diana Lee
We test whether elite cues on Covid
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American Government and Politics
Pandemic Politics: Timing State-Level Social Distancing Responses to COVID-19
Christopher Adolph, Kenya Amano, Bree Bang-Jensen, Nancy Fullman, John Wilkerson
As the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 spread throughout the United States in early 2020, the federal government issued social distancing recommendations but left to the states the most difficult and consequential decisions restricting behavior, such as canceling events, closing schools and businesses, and issuing stay-at-home orders. We present an original dataset of state-level social distancing policy responses to the epidemic and explore how political partisanship, COVID
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Comparative Politics
The Political Psychology of Lynching: WhatsApp Rumors, Anti-Government Appeals, and Violence
Daniel Zizumbo-Colunga, María del Pilar Fuerte-Celis
Pennycook et al. (2020), for their part, primed individuals to make more accurate evaluations through an implicit task and found individuals motivated in this way were more likely to believe and share false news and rumors about COVID
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Political Science Education and the Profession
Cell Phones as Instructional Technology in the Civics Classroom
Diana Owen, Chelsea Sanchez
The study was in the field from November 15 to December 6, 2019, prior to the COVID
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Comparative Politics
Censorship Can be Counterproductive: Sensitivity and Media Credibility
Ziyi Wu
The research question of credibility has real-world implications since the spread of rumors on social media is becoming a serious problem in China, especially during the recent covid
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