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Library of Partisan Animosity

A curated list of important scientific publications from the partisan animosity literature – with summaries.

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Learning to Dislike Your Opponents: Political Socialization in the Era of PolarizationMatthew Tyler, Shanto Iyengar May 4, 2022 Affective-polarization US Quantitative Descriptive
Correcting inaccurate metaperceptions reduces Americans’ support for partisan violenceJoseph S. Mernyk, Sophia L. Pink, James N. Druckman, Robb Willer Apr 11, 2022 Affective-polarization Political-Violence US Quantitative Experimental Causal
Racial Identity, Group Consciousness, and Attitudes: A Framework for Assessing Multiracial Self-ClassificationLauren D. Davenport, Shanto Iyengar, Sean J. Westwood Oct 29, 2021 US Quantitative Descriptive
Ideology, Not Affect: What Americans Want from Political RepresentationMia Costa Apr 14, 2021 Affective-polarization US Quantitative Experimental Causal
The Policy Basis of Measured Partisan Animosity in the United StatesLilla V. Orr, Gregory A. Huber Jul 16, 2020 Affective-polarization US Quantitative Experimental Causal
Affective Polarization or Partisan Disdain? Untangling a Dislike for the Opposing Party from a Dislike of PartisanshipSamara Klar, Yanna Krupnikov, John Barry Ryan May 14, 2018 Affective-polarization US Quantitative Experimental Causal
Ideologues without Issues: The Polarizing Consequences of Ideological IdentitiesLilliana Mason Mar 21, 2018 Affective-polarization US Quantitative Descriptive ANES
The Limits of Partisan PrejudiceYphtach Lelkes, Sean J. Westwood Apr 1, 2017 Affective-polarization Democratic-norms Political-Violence US Quantitative Experimental Descriptive
Affect, Not Ideology: A Social Identity Perspective on PolarizationShanto Iyengar, Gaurav Sood and Yphtach Lelkes Aug 1, 2012 Affective-polarization US Quantitative Descriptive ANES International ⚠️