A Multilevel Analysis of the Relationship Between Survey-Interview Privacy and the Expression of Opposition to Government Surveillance in 47 Countries

Jacob Goldstein-Greenwood
Some attitudes invite trouble when they get out, and people may voice those views with caution when other parties can surveil what’s said. Past studies suggest that awareness of government surveillance has a chilling effect on expression (e.g., on people’s intent to participate politically in surveilled circles). Using World Values Survey data from 47 countries, I examined whether casual forms of surveillance during survey interviews—the presence of anyone other than the interviewer who could follow...
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