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The Effect of Political Campaign Activities on the Knowledge Gap in Taiwan : A Case Study on the 2008 and 2012 Presidential Elections

For ordinary citizens, political knowledge serves as a prerequisite for meaningful political participation. Thus, types of political knowledge that are easy to know and easily learned over time among voters are of particular importance to those who long for an informed citizenry. Three research questions are asked. The first is whether or not a specific type of political knowledge is easily known and easily learned over a period of time among respondents.

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