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Index

Abelson, R. P., 94, 162

abolitionism, 133

Ackerman, B., 4, 153

Al-Haj, M., 141, 164

Almond, G. A., 132, 134, 153

Altemeyer, B., 67, 80, 153

ambivalence, 102, 104–105, 108, 116–118

Arendt, H., 8, 153

Aron, A., 139, 164

Arrow, K., 37, 153

Asch, S., 13, 14, 153

avoidance, 100

Baldassare, M., 86, 153

balkanization, 12, 47, 56, 84, 138

Barabas, J., 59

Barber, B., 8, 16, 135, 154

Barker, D. C., 104, 154

Bartels, L. M., 129, 154

Basanez, M., 23, 158

Beck, P. A., 22, 23, 79, 109, 154, 155

Bellah, R. N., 8, 154

Benhabib, S., 8, 154, 164

Bennett, C. E., 46, 84, 157

Berelson, B., 128, 154, 159

Berinsky, A. J., 98, 154

Berman, S., 134, 154

Bishop, B., 141, 155

Blakely, E. J., 48, 154

Blau, P. M., 35, 154

Bledsoe, T., 141

Brady, H. E., 95, 115, 164

Breckler, S. J., 116, 154

Brown, R., 64

Brown, T. A., 47

Burns, N., 22, 154

Butts, C., 57, 160

Cairns, E., 134, 157

Calhoun, C., 7, 8, 47, 48, 84, 140, 145, 155

Campbell, A., 60, 92, 97, 98, 99, 128, 155

Cappella, J. N., 57, 162

civility, 15, 62

   as a personality trait, 75

   as a precondition for public deliberation, 62, 75, 142

CNEP. See Cross-National Election Project

conflict

   aversion, 3, 75, 84, 90, 117, 123

   avoidance, 107, 118

   and diversity, 96

   heat of, 132

   internal. See ambivalence

   orientation to, 76

   potential, 101

Conover, P. J., 5, 60, 75, 107, 146, 155

Converse, P. E., 54, 92, 128, 155

Cook, T. D., 60, 65, 155

Cotton, J. L., 10, 155

Crockett, H. J., 66, 161

cross pressures, 97, 116, 122

cross-cutting exposure, 2, 6, 14, 20

   and ambivalence, 102

   avoidance of, 139

   and balkanization, 84

   by country, 49

   by demographics, 31

   and diversity, 139

   extent of, 30, 59

   frequency of, 61

   measures of, 30

   and media, 145

   and partisanship, 53

   and political knowledge, 68, 72

   and social accountability, 108

   and tolerance, 64, 68, 78

   in the workplace, 53

cross-national comparisons, 49

Cross-National Election Project, 22, 49, 109

cross-pressures, 15, 25, 92, 108, 125

Curtis, R. F., 94, 158

Cushing, R., 141, 155

Dalton, R. J., 22, 23, 79, 109, 154, 155

Dantico, M. K., 95, 157

Davis, J. A., 94

Davis, M. H., 80, 81

Delli Carpini, M. X., 32, 156, 160

democracy

   and deliberation, 90

   deliberative, 3, 9, 20, 29, 55

   deliberative versus participatory, 2, 15, 124, 150

   improvement of, i, 7, 57

   participatory, 127, 135

   and political talk, 7

Denton, N., 46, 160

Diez-Medrano, J., 23, 158

Drobnic, S., 35, 139, 160

Dyck, J., 96, 157

Eliasoph, N., 90, 107, 138, 139, 156

Elshtain, J. B., 7, 156

Fearon, J., 9, 156

Feldman, S., 105, 165

Ferguson, J., 47, 160

Fiorina, M. P., 136, 156

Fischer, C. S., 11, 12, 156

Fishkin, J. S., 3, 4, 55, 58, 60, 153, 156

Franklin, M., 133, 156

Freedman, J. L., 47, 156

Frey, W. H., 12, 46, 84, 156

Friedman, D., 99, 100, 156

Funk, C. L., 108, 121, 156, 164

gay rights, 133

Gibson, J. L., 67, 79, 86, 157

Giles, M. W., 95, 157

Gill, J., 148, 159

Gimpel, J. G., 96, 157

Granovetter, M., 26, 100, 157

Gray, J., 7, 157

Green, D., 128

Green, M. C., 9, 60, 63, 105, 107, 108, 157

Griffin, D. W., 116, 163

Guge, M., 105, 157

Gutmann, A., 4, 127, 157

Habermas, J., 4, 5, 7, 8, 157

Halman, L., 23, 158

Hansen, J. M., 95, 104, 162

Harrison, R. J., 46, 84, 157

Hewstone, M., 64, 134, 154, 157

Hibbing, J. R., 32, 90, 103, 157

Hochschild, J. L., 104, 157

Horan, P. M., 94, 95, 157

Hovland, C. I., 92, 158

Huckfeldt, R. R., 22, 24, 37, 38–41, 46, 47, 79, 95, 110, 154, 155, 158

Hulbert, A., 14, 158

Inglehart, R., 23, 158

Jackson, E. F., 94, 158

Jalali, R., 134, 158

Johnson, P., 4, 37, 38, 158

Karatnycky, A., 86, 158

Katz, E., 141, 146, 158, 164

Kenny, C. B., 95, 119, 158

Kinder, D. R., 22, 154

Kingwell, M., 62, 158

Knight, J., 4, 158

Knoke, D., 94, 159

Lasch, C., 7, 159

Laumann, E., 100, 159

Lavine, H., 105, 159

Lazarsfeld, P. F., 92, 128, 154, 159

Leighley, J. E., 95, 97, 159

Leonard, M., 37

Leonard, S. T., 146, 155, 159

Lessl, T. M., 106, 159

Levinsohn, H., 141

Levy, F., 46, 159

Liebes, T., 141, 164

Lipset, S. M., 134, 158

Luijkx, R., 23, 158

Macedo, S., 4, 159, 162

MacKinnon, C. A., 133, 159

Manin, B., 9, 159

manners, 142

Mansbridge, J., 4, 7, 60, 107, 134, 136, 147, 159

Marcus, G. E., 67, 71, 85, 155, 157, 159, 163

Martin, J., 20, 22, 24, 25, 110, 138, 159, 161

Martinez, M. D., 148, 159

Massey, D., 46, 160

McAdam, D., 99, 100, 156, 160

McLaughlin-Volpe, T., 139, 164

McPhee, W. N., 47, 128, 154, 160

McPherson, J. M., 35, 139, 160, 162

Mead, G. H., 68, 81, 160

Meffert, M. F., 105, 157

Mendelberg, T., 4, 61, 90, 160

Mendez, J. M., 41, 158

Merton, R. K., 5, 6, 160

Mill, J. S., 8, 16, 72, 130, 131, 160

Miller, W. E., 92, 128, 155

minority interests, 133

Miss Manners, 19, 49

Morrell, M. E., 57, 160

Muhlberger, P., 57, 160

Muirhead, R., 128, 129, 130, 131, 160

Mutz, D. C., 22, 24, 25, 29, 35, 63, 64, 70, 77, 82, 109, 110, 111, 116, 148, 161

networks, cross-cutting, 101, 134

Nie, N. H., 107, 164

Nisbett, R. E., 124, 141, 161

Noelle-Neumann, E., 97, 161

Nunn, C. Z., 66, 67, 161

Oliver, J. E., 96, 161

oppositional views, 6, 8, 126

   awareness of, 8, 63, 68

   exposure to. See cross-cutting exposure

   legitimacy of, 14, 70, 132

   sensitivity to, 14

   in Sierra Leone, 141

   and social pressure, 126

   tolerance of, 133

   unrecognized, 148

Osborn, T., 41, 158

Park, R. E., 11, 153, 155, 157, 158, 159, 161, 163

partisanship, 16, 23, 92, 111

   and cross-cutting exposure, 33, 44

   and cross-pressures, 98

   lack of, 26

party, 98, 128

   as indicator of political inclination, 23, 34, 50, 104

Pateman, C., 135, 161

Peng, K. P., 124, 141, 161

Pettigrew, T. F., 64, 65, 68, 162

Petty, R. E., 63, 121, 162, 163

Piaget, J., 68, 81, 162

Piereson, J., 71, 163

polarization, 13, 56, 62, 134, 136

politeness, 3, 19, 20, 62

political conversation

   frequency, 22, 26, 86, 110

   frequency and heterogeneity, 36

   frequency by country, 49

   frequency by intimacy, 27

   frequency measures, 69

   polite, 19, 20

political participation, 3, 7, 19, 20, 56, 112, 150

   avoidance of, 99

   campaigning, 16, 129

   and cross-cutting exposure, 91, 106

   encouragement of, 99

   frequency of, 114

   measures of, 24

political talk. See political conversation

political theory, 3, 40, 57, 66, 129, 151

politics

   avoidance of, 49, 53, 90, 100, 107, 116, 126, 138

   engagement in, 127, 138

   importance of, 44, 48, 126

Pool, I. S., 94, 162

Popielarz, P. A., 35, 139, 160, 162

Popkin, S., 94, 162

pressures, conformity, 13

Price, V., 57, 162

Priester, J. R., 121, 162

Purbhoo, M., 65, 66, 162

Putnam, R. D., 34, 47, 162

Reich, C., 65, 66, 162

Risk, Dr., 1

Rochon, R., 36, 163

Ropp, S. A., 139, 164

Rosenberg, M., 107, 162

Rosenstone, M., 95, 162

Rotolo, T., 35, 160

Sanders, L. M., 4, 7, 162

Schauer, F., 31, 32, 162

Schlozman, K. L., 95, 115, 164

Schudson, M., 7, 91, 130, 137, 138, 143, 146, 150, 163

Scorza, J. A., 62, 163

Searing, D. D., 5, 60, 75, 107, 146, 155

Sears, D. O., 47, 156

segmentation. See balkanization

selective exposure, 9, 12, 44, 49, 136

self-selection, 35, 60, 84, 135, 137, 145

Shaw, D. R., 96, 157

Sigelman, L., 141, 163

Simmel, G., 86, 93, 163

Simon, A. F., 57, 163

Smith, R. B., 47, 160

Smith-Lovin, L., 35

Sniderman, P. M., 74, 105, 163

Snyder, M. G., 48, 154

social accountability, 105, 116

social capital, 21, 44, 56

   bonding, 34, 37

   bridging, 34, 37

social harmony, 75, 84, 101, 106, 117, 124, 126, 138

social movements, 99, 133

social network, 12

social networks

   heterogeneous, 89, 133

   homogeneous, 13, 29, 55, 89, 122, 127, 133, 147

social pressures, 62

   conflicting, 92

Sprague, J., 22, 37, 38, 40, 46, 47, 79, 110, 158

Steiner, I. D., 108, 163

Stokes, D. E., 92, 129, 155

Stolle, D., 36, 163

Stouffer, S., i, 66, 67, 68, 163

Sulkin, T., 57, 163

Sullivan, J. L., 67, 71, 85, 154, 159, 163

Sunstein, C., 133, 163

Tarrow, S., 99, 100, 163

Theiss-Morse, E., 32, 68, 85, 90, 103, 157, 159, 163

Thompson, M. M., 4, 116, 127, 149, 157, 163

tolerance, 3, 15, 62, 76, 122, 128, 148

Turow, J., 47, 146, 164

Ulbig, S. G., 108, 164

Verba, S., 95, 107, 115, 132, 134, 153, 164

voluntary associations, 28, 34, 55, 90, 138

voting

   and cross pressures, 98

   likelihood of, 111

   nonvoting, 94, 111, 117

   patterns of behavior, 92

   time of decision, 92, 105

Warren, M. E., 136, 137, 164

Wattenberg, M. P., 129, 164

Weber, L. M., 57, 164

Welch, S., 141, 163

Williams, J. A., 66, 161

workplace, 2, 10, 29, 55, 146

Wright, S. C., 139, 164

Wuthnow, R., 26, 164

Wyatt, R., 141, 164

Yoon, C. K., 106, 164

Young, I. M., 4, 164

Zaller, J., 105, 165

Zanna, M. P., 116, 163


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