|Technological and Analytical Advancements – Talks Session 7
Chair: Linda Tropp
|Maria-Therese Friehs: Intergroup contact development: Disentangling between-person and within-person processes
Maria-Therese Friehs (Osnabrück University, Germany), Maarten van Zalk (Osnabrück University, Germany)
Longitudinal data on intergroup contact and attitudes are essential to identify potentially causal effects. However, many analytical approaches modelling longitudinal effects (e.g., cross-lagged panel models, latent growth curve models) do not differentiate within-person processes and between-person differences, which might affect the models’ results and interpretation. This presentation gives an empirical example of different modelling approaches and discusses their implications.
|Claudia Zúñiga: Longitudinal analysis of communicational confrontation during protest cycles: An indirect form of contact
Claudia Zúñiga (Universidad de Chile, Chile), Ana N. SanMartín (Universidad de Chile, Chile),
Rodrigo Asún (Universidad de Chile, Chile), Lidia Yañez, (Universidad de Chile, Chile)
This work addresses the dynamic and contentious aspects of the frames generated by the Magallanes Social Movement and the Government of Chile, during a cycle of protest events that took place over the course of 15 days. A quantitative analysis was made of the news published during the events in three newspapers.