Adam Seth Levine, Cornell University

Assistant Professor Ithaca, New York ASL22@cornell.edu

Bio/Research

My research and teaching focus largely on questions of political communication -- how the language used to describe policies, social problems, and American politics more generally affects (a) the attitudes that people hold and (b) their willingness to become politically active. In doing so, I eng...

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Bio/Research

My research and teaching focus largely on questions of political communication -- how the language used to describe policies, social problems, and American politics more generally affects (a) the attitudes that people hold and (b) their willingness to become politically active. In doing so, I engage in a series of topics fundamental to the democratic process: how individuals form political preferences, when they spend scarce resources expressing those preferences, and why we observe some kinds of policy change and not others.

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