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the phenomenon of a popular trend attracting even greater popularity

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To assess whether possible bandwagon effects can affect the statistical significance and magnitude of our coefficients, two sets of models (one including the entire sample and one with only those who did not change their vote choice in [t.
An additional methodological problem concerns possible bandwagon effects that could be caused by the unexpected results of the 2014 elections.
The bandwagon effect can largely be explained by the amount of positive publicity given to the victorious party after its success.
This time, there was another development: Merah's murders created a bandwagon effect of attacks on French Jews unrelated to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
This bandwagon effect in Europe has never been properly investigated, yet it is likely a major force in the huge bias against Israel.
American research experience on the bandwagon effect has been mixed.
Apart from those works, there are other researchers who have been unable to corroborate a bandwagon effect in their inquiry.
lt;<New Evidence About the Existence of a Bandwagon Effect in the Opinion Formation Process>>, International Political Science Review, 14, 1993, p.
lt;<An Investigation of the Bandwagon Effect in a College Straw Election>>, Journal of Educational Sociology, 36, 1962, p.
The analysis also confirms the existence of a small bandwagon effect, whereby expectations that one party will win inflate that party's vote.
Of course, one should not overestimate the bandwagon effect either.
Bandwagon effects can be triggered by two types of e-WOM information: aggregated ratings (e.
A large body of research has found evidence on information cascades and subsequent bandwagon effects with respect to various objects, such as consumer goods, cultural products, and online information (for an overview, see Xu & Fu, 2014).
These study design features address both of Schill and Kirk's criticisms of earlier CRM overlay studies that found bandwagon effects.
Curiously, although his classic paper on the bandwagon effect, etc.