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Purity Homophily

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This study is the first attempt to experimentally test whether purity concerns drive social distance. Social scientists have long recognized the importance of homophily -- that “birds of a feather flock together” (c.f., McPherson et al., 2001). More recently, some scholars have begun to investigate moral homophily (e.g., Vaisey and Lizardo 2010), but this work has been limited by its reliance on c...


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