New political citizens: a study of millennial citizenship norms and behaviors
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This thesis looks at a new set of citizenship norms that define the Millennial generation. Using a quasi‐experimental survey design, it tests those normative classifications and speculates on their potential ramifications for future elections and political participation.
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