Willingness to Self-Censor: A Construct and Measurement Tool for Public Opinion Research

@article{Hayes2005WillingnessTS,
  title={Willingness to Self-Censor: A Construct and Measurement Tool for Public Opinion Research},
  author={A. Hayes and C. Glynn and J. Shanahan},
  journal={International Journal of Public Opinion Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={17},
  pages={298-323}
}
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