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Op/Ed: Polarization Matters Less Than Bridges

  November 1, 2022

By Adrián Contursi and Luis Porto

The term polarization has traditionally been used in political studies to describe an expansion in the distance between the two political parties that make up the majority of voters in a country. The process of polarization, on the other hand, refers to the positioning of these communities of actors towards opposite ends of an axis (left-right, liberal-conservative, among others).


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Reference: S-022/22