Monkey Cage

by Henry on February 7, 2008

This is just by way of a short announcement that I’m rolling up my political science paper weblog, and instead doing a bit more active political science-y blogging over at “The Monkey Cage”:http://www.themonkeycage.org along with my GWU colleages John Sides, David Park and Lee Sigelman (to whom thanks for inviting me along). This is the kind of thing that I hoped the political science weblog would turn into anyway, when I had more time, so it makes sense to join efforts with what has become a very active group blog (several hundred posts in the few months that it has been in operation). Anyway, my first post is up there now – a “piece looking at”:http://www.themonkeycage.org/2008/02/conservative_and_liberal_blogg.html Eszter and her colleagues’ findings that conservative blogs are more likely to have substantive responses to liberal blogs than vice-versa, and why this might be.

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Matt McIrvin 02.07.08 at 3:15 pm

The difference isn’t that large, anyway, and mostly comes down to the smaller amount of substantial agreement in liberal-to-conservative links. Is there really much of a phenomenon to explain here?

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Matt 02.07.08 at 4:47 pm

The MC blog looks good- I’ll have to keep looking at it- but I hope this will just signal an increase in your total amount of blogging and not a decrease in the blogging here!

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