- Title Pages
- Tables and Figures
- Chapter 1 Introduction: The Public's Part of Public Discussion
- Chapter 2 The Role of Identity-Based Perspectives in Making Sense of Politics
- Chapter 3 the Social Practice of Informal Political Talk
- Chapter 4 Clarifying Social Identity Through Group Interaction
- Chapter 5 Talking Politics in a Context of Understanding
- Chapter 6 Public Discussion of the Daily News
- Chapter 7 The Data Are <i>Not</i> Given: Perspectives, Political Trust, and the 2000 Elections
- Chapter 8 Social Interaction, Political Divides
- Appendix 1 Methodological Appendix
- Appendix 2 Comparison of Old Timers to National Sample
- Appendix 3 Survey Question Wordings
- Appendix 4 Homogeneity Scores
- Appendix 5 Supplementary Analyses, Chapter 5
- Appendix 6 Tables for Media Effects Analyses Reported in Chapter 6
- Appendix 7 Letter to Old Timers at End of Observation Period
- Talking about Politics
- University of Chicago Press
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