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Replication Actually: Comment on Crawford and Pilanski (2013)


Brian A. Nosek


University of Virginia

Nicole M. Lindner


California State University, Long Beach

October 15, 2012


Abstract:     
When do people support freedom of speech? Are some groups more likely to tolerate controversial speech than others? Understanding ideological variations in speech tolerance has theoretical implications for understanding similarities and differences between people on the political left and right. Crawford and Pilanski (2013; hereafter CP) provide a nice empirical contribution to this research question as a replication and extension of our earlier research (Lindner & Nosek, 2009; hereafter LN). CP interpreted their results as showing a different effect than LN. However, we understand CP’s results to be a conceptual replication of LN’s.

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Keywords: freedom of speech, ideology, tolerance, liberals, conservatives


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Date posted: October 16, 2012  

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Nosek, Brian A. and Lindner, Nicole M., Replication Actually: Comment on Crawford and Pilanski (2013) (October 15, 2012). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2162225 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2162225

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Brian A. Nosek (Contact Author)
University of Virginia ( email )
1400 University Ave
Charlottesville, VA 22903
United States
Nicole M. Lindner
California State University, Long Beach ( email )
1250 Bellflower Blvd
Long Beach, CA 90064
United States
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