Does social media use really make people politically polarized? Direct and indirect effects of social media use on political polarization in South Korea
Investigating political polarization on Twitter: A Canadian perspective
Political polarization on the digital sphere: A cross-platform, over-time analysis of interactional, positional, and affective polarization on social media
Political polarization in social media: Analysis of the “Twitter political field” in Japan
Pandemic and Partisan Polarisation: Voter Evaluation of UK Government Handling During Covid-19
Bonded by Interactions: Polarising Factors and Integrative Capacities of the News Media in Hungary
Political and affective polarisation in a democracy in crisis: The E-Dem panel survey dataset (Spain, 2018–2019)
Politics divided from society? Three explanations for trends in societal and political polarisation in the Netherlands
Partisan joiners: Associational membership and political polarization in the United States (1974–2004)
The polarized American: Views on humanity and the sources of hyper-partisanship
How Partisanship Affected Public Reaction to Potential Treatments for COVID‐19
Polarization and public health: Partisan differences in social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic
Democracies divided: The global challenge of political polarization
Why are “others” so polarized? Perceived political polarization and media use in 10 countries.
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