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  • Liana Prescott, UC Berkeley
Political “interaction rituals," high-solidarity, emotionally engaging political discussions, may foster moral conviction. A two-wave survey of a random sample of UC Berkeley freshmen tested this idea and found that students who experienced stronger interaction rituals around the focal issues gained more moral conviction during the year, even controlling for predispositions such as partisanship.
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