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Unformatted text preview: etime limit of and imposed a lifetime limit of 1.5 years years without the possibility of reinstating aid. In contrast to the generous policy, the stringent one provided no food stamps, housing, day care, job training, paid work, or college tuition. Measures 7 6.13 How much do you support the policy? What contributed to your attitude? (1 not at all, 7 a not great deal) great deal Specific details of the proposal (5.71) My personal philosophy of the role of government in social issues (5.88) What the typical Democrat or Republican believes (3.25) My background/experience with people on welfare (3.33) Support Policy 6 5.7 5.22 4.86 5 4 3.75 3 3 2.55 2.38 2 Democrat Source Generous Democrat Source Stringent Republican Source Generous Republican Source Stringent 1 Democrat Republican Participants 3 Reid (2012) Study 2 What if the media in question is already biased? Source effect (ingroup vs. outgroup) Measure perceived bias Bias in Percent Favor of Repub. Source Repub. Remarks Favoring Republicans Dem. Source Repub. Source Dem. Source Bias in Favor of Dems. Conclusion HMB associated with identification and intergroup conflict HMB driven by cognitive differentiation diff There is now evidence for a SCT explanation, but many other predictions could be tested. . . 4...
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This note was uploaded on 01/21/2014 for the course COMM 109 taught by Professor Reid,s during the Spring '08 term at UCSB.

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