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This report was written by Aaron Shapiro (Ph.D. '18), MIC postdoctoral research fellow.
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The Center for Media at Risk at the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg School for Communication has received a grant from Craig Newmark Philanthropies to bolster its mission of addressing the increased intimidation of media practitioners.
Annenberg School for Communication Professor Yphtach Lelkes explains the history and growth of affective polarization - the degree to which Democrats and Republicans in the United States don't just disagree on policy positions, but actually dislike one another as groups.