Pablo González-González

Pablo González-González
Universidad de Salamanca · Área de Ciencia Política y de la Administración

Ph.D. Candidate in Political Science

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Introduction
Pablo González-González is a doctoral student in Political Science at the University of Salamanca, member of the Democracy Research Unit (DRU). He holds a BA and a MA in Political Science. His research interests revolve around quantitative methods applied to political communication, social media, public opinion, and political behavior · www.pablogg.es
Education
September 2019 - September 2020
Universidad de Salamanca
Field of study
  • Political Science
September 2015 - June 2019
Universidad de Salamanca
Field of study
  • Political Science

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Publications (9)
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There is a vast research tradition examining the antecedents that lead people to be politically persuaded. However, political opinion and attitude change in social media has received comparatively scarce attention. This study seeks to shed light on this strand of the literature by theoretically advancing and empirically testing a structural equatio...
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Prior studies have theorized a positive association between people's populist attitudes and an increased use of social media to consume news, which will be mainly driven by individuals' engagement with news that reflects their people-centered, anti-elitist, and Manichean understanding of politics. However, such general connection remains elusive. T...
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While the discussion on the individual level variables that affect responses to political scandals has focused mainly on variables such as partisan identity or political cynicism, we suggest that media skepticism could also moderate whether and how individuals respond to political scandals. To test this relationship, we rely on panel data from the...
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Prior literature on political filter bubbles suggests an overall positive association between social media use and political networks diversification. Sometimes, this might not be the case. This study argues that the News Finds Me perception (NFM) or the belief that “one” can be well-informed about public affairs without actively seeking informatio...
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El fenómeno de la nacionalización de la política ha contribuido a que los estudios sobre la representación política en el ámbito local no hayan tenido mucho protagonismo dentro de la ciencia política en España. Además, pocos trabajos han abordado esta cuestión desde el punto de vista empírico. Esta nota de investigación describe la representación m...
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La diversidad étnica tiene un papel relevante en el estudio de multitud de aspectos. Se ha encontrado que ejerce una serie de efectos negativos sobre el crecimiento económico, la provisión de bienes públicos, la participación electoral, el capital social y con él la confianza, entre otros. Este trabajo aborda la relación que existe entre la diversi...
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El objeto de este trabajo es mapear al partido político Vox en varias escalas y dimensiones: ideología, valores, y economía, integración y políticas europeas, política de inmigración, multiculturalismo y minorías étnicas, escala GAL/TAN y populismo, corrupción, y democracia interna. El método que se emplea es la realización de una encuesta de exper...
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El mundo se encuentra ante un momento populista. Como exponentes, presentamos a cuatro líderes políticos de izquierdas que han mostrado diversos grados de populismo en sus discursos. Para medirlo, analizamos dos discursos de cada líder político tratando de identificar las diferencias entre cada movimiento empleando una revisión propia al método de...

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