Ethnic and Age Differences Reduce Political Discussion
United States; households; neighborhoods; communication networks; politics; political discussion; age; ethnicity; diversity
Newspaper Research Journal, 35(4), 52-65
A survey of U.S. households finds people involved in neighborhood communication networks are more likely to engage in political discussions, and the likelihood is greater among people with higher levels of education but lower among those with greater ethnic or age diversity.
Recommended CitationYoon, Sukki; Jeffres, Leo W.; Jian, Guowei; Atkin, David J.; and Lee, Jae-Won, "Ethnic and Age Differences Reduce Political Discussion" (2014). Marketing Department Journal Articles. Paper 104.