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Political Network Size and Agreement: A Cross-National Comparative Approach

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The size and level of (dis)agreement in political discussion networks of citizens – both their descriptive characteristics and their political correlates – has been an emphasis of research in political communication for decades. However, cross-national data on these concepts has been in short supply, especially with regard to the network size concept. We address this lacuna in our presentation using recent data – between 2012 and 2018 – from the Comparative National Elections Project. The CNEP data include election surveys in Asia (Hong Kong, Taiwan), the Americas (the U.S., Colombia, and Chile), Europe (Great Britain, France, Germany, and Turkey), and Africa (Kenya, South Africa).


William P. “Chip” Eveland, Jr. is Professor of Communication and Political Science at The Ohio State University. Eveland has published (and been cited) regularly in communication and political science journals, and also has contributed chapters in numerous edited volumes.

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