It is assumed that citizens have diverse opinions, and it is parties that compete to represent them. Nonetheless, a recent line of research has highlighted how the opposite sometimes occurs: on many issues, especially the most complex, citizens often do not have clear opinions and then resort to political parties as heuristics, cognitive shortcuts i.e. guides to understand how one should think about a certain issue. An interview with Lorenzo De Sio.
|Titolo:||When parties guide voters. Surprising results from an experimental research|
|Autori:||De Sio, Lorenzo|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2020|
|Portale online:||Luiss Open|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||05.7 - Pubblicazione su portale online (Research posted on a website)|
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