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Living in democratic systems may lead the citizens of those countries to be less vigilant of the policies enforced by their governments, with the risk of endorsing anti‐democratic measures. Rights violations can indeed occur even in a democratic country. The aim of the present research is to...
Belief systems impact poverty reduction efforts, as they can enhance, or diminish, support for redistributive economic policies. We examined the predictive utility of mindsets about the changeability (growth mindsets) or the stability (fixed mindsets) of the nature of poverty in society. We...
There is relatively little evidence about the association of personality to political behavior in multi‐party systems. We analyze the association of two personality traits to party support in a multi‐party system, where parties are differently aligned along the economic left‐right axis and the...
Are differences in issue‐specific knowledge associated with different candidate preferences, as would be expected if voters are judging candidates and their policy commitments on the basis of essential contextual knowledge they receive from the media? By utilizing a bias‐sensitive method of...
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