978-0-521-63726-8 / 9780521637268

Impersonal Influence: How Perceptions of Mass Collectives Affect Political Attitudes (Cambridge Studies in Political Psychology and Public Opinion)


Publisher:Cambridge University Press



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Language:Chinese.Paperback. Pub the Date: November 1998 Pages: 328 in Publisher by: Camidge University in Press People's perceptions of the attitudes and experiences of mass collectives are an increasingly important. Force in contemporary political life. In Impersonal the Influence. Mutz goes beyond simply providing examples of how impersonal influence matters in the political process to provide a micro-level understanding of why information about distant and impersonal others often influence people's political attitudes and behaviors. Impersonal Influence is worthy of attention both from the standpoint of its impact on contemporary politics. and because of its potential to expand the boundaries of our understanding of social influence processes. and media's relation to them. The book's conclusions do not exonerate media from the effects of inaccurate portrayals of collectiv...

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