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Campos, Camila; Hargreaves Heap, Shaun; Leon, Fernanda L.L. de (2017)
Publisher: Oxford Economic Papers
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: H1
People who belong to the same group often behave alike. Is this because people with similar preferences naturally associate with each other or because group dynamics cause individual preferences and/or the information that they have to converge? We address this question with a natural experiment. We find no evidence that peer political identification affects individual identification. But we do find that peer engagement affects political identification: a more politically engaged peer group encourages individual political affiliation to move from the extremes to the centre.
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