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Conflict Measure of Belief Functions with Blurred Focal Elements on the Real Line

Lepskiy A.

In bk.: Belief Functions: Theory and Applications: 6th International Conference, BELIEF 2021, Shanghai, China, October 15–19, 2021, Proceedings. Vol. 12915. Springer, 2021. P. 197-206.

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Свойства агрегированной квазигидродинамической системы уравнений гомогенной газовой смеси с общей регуляризующей скоростью

Злотник А. А., Федченко А. С.

Препринты ИПМ им. М.В. Келдыша. Институт прикладной математики им. М.В. Келдыша Российской академии наук, 2021. № 77.

Семинар "Политическая экономика": Lauren E. Young (UC Davis) о влиянии репрессий на желание протестовать.

На семинаре "Политическая экономика" Lauren E. Young (UC Davis) рассказал о том, как влияют репрессии на протестную активность.

Тема: Repression and dissent in moments of uncertainty: Panel data evidence from Zimbabwe’s 2018 election

Аннотация:

One in five elections between 1990 and 2015 was preceded by government harassment of the opposition, and one in seven was followed by post-election protests or riots. Are people who are exposed to such repression demobilized, or does repression increase some individuals’ grievances or resolve? When individuals see others expressing dissent, are they more or less likely to also participate? This paper draws on unique panel data from the months spanning Zimbabwe’s 2018 election, during which citizens experienced unexpected acts of state repression and opposition protest. Using a two-way fixed effects model, we assess how citizens’ dissent intentions change after exposure to repression and dissent events both locally and through social media, and measure three types of individual-level mechanisms that are hypothesized to drive decision-making about dissent. We find evidence that exposure to both repression and dissent is mobilizing for opposition and non-partisan citizens. We find evidence for different mechanisms for repression and dissent events: our evidence on dissent is in line with basic information updating, while for repression relational and emotional mechanisms may mobilize citizens despite increased perceived costs of dissent. For ruling party supporters, we find that dissent events lead to counter-mobilization, and that exposure to repression has little effect. Local repression and dissent events are consistently more strongly related to dissent intentions than social media exposure. Our findings contribute to existing debates about the effectiveness of repression, while providing new insights into individuals make decisions during periods of contentious mobilization.