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Tables of Contents for Impersonal Influence
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Part I. Theory and Historical Context: 1. The generalized other: social influence in contemporary American politics
2. Beyond personal Influence: the rise of impersonal associations
3. The origin of perceptions of mass collectives: mass media's role
Part II. Effects of perceptions of mass experience: 4. The politicization of personal and collective experience
5. Connecting the personal and the political: media as facilitator or inhibitor?
Part III. Effects of Perceptions of Mass Opinion: 6. When does success succeed? A review of the evidence
7. The social psychology of impersonal influence from collective opinion
8. The role of the collective opinion of individual judgment: processes and effects
Part IV. Conclusion
9. Impersonal influence and the mass society tradition
Methodological appendix