Update 3: European Political Polarization – Globalization

Real Income Growth 1988-2008 by Percentile

Hey everyone, It’s been a busy two weeks for me! After my return, I’ve been dedicated to the task of transcribing the audio recordings of the interviews I conducted while abroad. In my final paper, I will be anonymously citing the words of the subject matter experts I interviewed (in keeping with the IRB requirements). […]

Update 2: European Political Polarization

Well, I’m back! 6 days in Dublin, 7 in London, 6 in Paris, 6 days in Berlin, an extra day in Dublin (my flight was a round trip from Dublin), and the travelling is over. During my trip, I met with 15 professors from Dublin City University, University College Dublin, King’s College London, Sciences Po, […]

European Political Polarization Update 1: Planning, and Ready to Go!

High Sierra Summit 45 Backpack

The last few weeks of my life have been consumed with tons of emails, planning, and online bookings. My research focuses on public opinion polarization in Europe. This past spring, I studied the level of political polarization and public opinion polarization in the mass public. But polarization among the public is not the full picture. […]