Voting/News Accounts Question--Need Help!

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A voter is practicing _________ if she
ignores all news accounts that conflict
with her belief that Republican
candidates are always against all
social programs.

A. political socialization
B. selective exposure
C. perception identity
D. position projection

Is this an example of political socialization or is it an example
of selective exposure?

Selective exposure.

Are you positive?I thought this was
political socialization.

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