Assessing the impact of the college experience on civic engagement: A propensity score matching approach

@inproceedings{Mason2016AssessingTI,
  title={Assessing the impact of the college experience on civic engagement: A propensity score matching approach},
  author={Jessica Mason},
  year={2016}
}
Today’s “millennial” undergraduate students are less politically involved than students in past generations, and voter turnout among the 18-25 age group has been on the decline since the 1970s. At the same time, however, student activism remains important on American university campuses, student opinions reflect a continued interest in the democratic process, and college freshman in 2015 were more politically involved than any of their peers in the 50 years prior. Colleges and universities are… CONTINUE READING

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