The challenge of strengthening democracy will bring together scholars, practitioners, and industry experts to determine solutions to pressing political issues
Americans have always been politically divided, but now anti-democratic attitudes, support for partisan violence and partisan hatred have reached worrying levels. Although there are many ideas to solve these problems, they have never been collectively collected, tested, and evaluated. To bridge this gap, Stanford Polarization and Social Change Laboratory A major new initiative is being launched. The challenge of strengthening democracy Up to 25 interventions will be collected and rigorously tested in a large-scale online experiment with up to 30,000 participants to reduce anti-democratic attitudes, support for partisan violence, and partisan hatred. Scholars, practitioners, or others interested in strengthening the principles of American democracy can intervene. The researchers who organized this challenge—a multidisciplinary team of members from Stanford University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Northwestern University, and Columbia University—believe that the combination of crowdsourcing ideas and the rigor of large-scale experiments can help solve it Like these substantive and complex issues.
“In the United States, anti-democratic attitudes and support for political violence are at an alarming level. We know that partisan hatred has been increasing over the years and may play a role in the worrying anti-democratic attitudes we have seen,” said Robb WillerDirector of the Polarization and Social Change Laboratory and Professor of Sociology at Stanford University. “We see this project as an opportunity to identify effective interventions, while also deepening our understanding of the forces that shape these political sentiments.”
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