"Listening During Political Conversations" Paper Published

May 7, 2020
William Eveland

Published in the Political Communication journal, "Listening During Political Conversations: Traits and Situations" examines two studies that illustrates show how race impacts listening during political discussions.

The paper is authored by William Eveland, Kathryn Coduto, Osei Appiah and Olivia Bullock

"When it comes to talking specifically about issues of race, black people are more likely to have had prior experiences of racism or micro-aggressions, which make it harder for them to have these conversations with whites,” Eveland said.

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