effects of divisive political campaigns on the day-to-day segregation of arab and muslim americans

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Authors William Hobbs, Nazita Lajevardi
Journal/Conference Name AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW
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Paper Abstract How have Donald Trump’s rhetoric and policies affected Arab and Muslim American behavior? We provide evidence that the de facto effects of President Trump’s campaign rhetoric and vague policy positions extended beyond the direct effects of his executive orders. We present findings from three data sources—television news coverage, social media activity, and a survey—to evaluate whether Arab and Muslim Americans reduced their online visibility and retreated from public life. Our results provide evidence that they withdrew from public view: (1) Shared locations on Twitter dropped approximately 10 to 20% among users with Arabic-sounding names after major campaign and election events and (2) Muslim survey respondents reported increased public space avoidance.
Date of publication 2019
Code Programming Language Python
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