- Title Pages
1Social Communication and Voting Behavior
2Latin American Political Discussion in Comparative Perspective
3Voter Volatility and Stability in Presidential Campaigns
4Discussion Networks, Campaign Effects, and Vote Choice
5Neighborhoods and Cities as Arenas of Social Influence
6Discussion and the Regionalization of Voter Preferences
7Clientelism as the Purchase of Social Influence
8Discussion, Societal Exclusion, and Political Voice
Appendix AStatistical Results
Appendix BMeasurement of Variables
Appendix CDetails of Correct-Voting Analyses
- Persuasive Peers
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