Lew Friedland studies the role of civil society in democracy and how our social relations and cleavages affect our politics.
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- The politics and ramifications of net neutrality.
- Media consolidation, mergers, and the effect on information and democracy.
- Political communication and its effect on democracy.
- The growing trend of "homophily" - why we increasingly associate with people like us.
- Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor