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Ali Yurukoglu: How Biased News Impacts Your Vote. Every day, millions of viewers tune in to Fox News and MSNBC — 24-hour cable news stations that have staked out positions on opposing ends of the ideological spectrum.

Ali Yurukoglu: How Biased News Impacts Your Vote

But how much do political biases in these channels affect viewer ideology and — in turn — voting? A new study sheds light on this question, suggesting that slanted news channels have a measurable effect on election outcomes. This makes sense on a gut level. But the researchers said that the mechanism by which this happens, and how it can be measured, comes as a bit of a surprise, as does the strength of the effect. “Coming into it I was thinking, if there’s an effect, it’s small,” says Ali Yurukoglu, a Stanford Graduate School of Business economist, who conducted the study with Gregory J.

Improving the Model Yurukoglu’s research began where another study left off. “The difficulty is if you just look at the data, you see people watch Fox News and you see people vote Republican — you find a correlation,” Yurukoglu says. Napoleon's origins - History Forum ~ All Empires - Page 1. Hello.

Napoleon's origins - History Forum ~ All Empires - Page 1

I've read in a Maniote website about the origins of Napoleon Bonaparte. This page has some clues that show a possible Greek origin of Napoleon and I want to see your opinions. The presence of Maniote Greeks in Corsica is a fact from the 17th century. You can see here a brief history of the Greek of Corsica and their relations with Ajaccio,homeland of Napoleon. official Cargese websiteAnd here I quote the writings of this website: Napoleon’s father, Carles Bonaparte, had very close relations with the family of Panorias Stefanopoulos, widow of Permon(provider of the french army).He dies on the hands of her. “In Bonaparte’s home we spoke greek with Napoleon’s father(...)A ancestor of Bonaparte belonged to the family of Stefanopoulos(A famous Maniote family tracing its origins to Komnenus) and had the surname Kalomeros, and he migrated from Toscani,Italy to Αiacciο. It is told that when he was asked about his origin, he answered :”My family starts from me” Share your opinion. CARGESE HISTORY. 1676 : On 13th February, Mgr Parthenius was interrogated by the Genoese authorities seeking to find out the reasons for their exile.


Before leaving for Coisica, these same authorities italianised the surnames, replacing the final "AKIS" by "ACCI" ; for example : PAPADAKIS became PAPADACCI. On 14th March, three Genoese galleys anchored off the coast neor Paomia. It may well have been in the little bay " dei Monachi " (of the monks), today named Bay Forni.

The name of PAOMIA comes from the ltalion " pavone " [Peacock]. PAOMIA was made up of five hamlets : Pancone, Corone, Rondolino, Salici and Monte-Rosso, all of which were built by the Greeks in the first year. Google Translate. Μανιάτες & Ναπολέων. «O Κορσικανός, ο έχων τον Ταΰγετον Πατρίδα» Όσο κι αν φαίνεται παράξενο τα όσα αναφέρονται στην Ελληνική καταγωγή του μεγάλου Στρατηλάτη, στην καταγωγή του Ναπολέοντος Βοναπάρτη, δεν είναι αποτέλεσμα νεοελληνικής ματαιοδοξίας.

Μανιάτες & Ναπολέων

Ο θρύλος περί της Ελληνικής καταγωγής που δεν εγεννήθη καν στην Ελλάδα ή στη Μάνη αλλά στην Κορσική! Αλλά ας αφήσουμε τα γεγονότα να μιλήσουν: Οι Μανιάτες, ξεριζωμένοι από την Παόμια ευρίσκονται για 44 χρόνια (1731 – 1775) στην πρωτεύουσα της Κορσικής, Αιάκειο. Είναι τα χρόνια που γεννιέται και ανδρώνεται ο Μέγας Ναπολέων. Ο πατέρας του, Κάρολος Βοναπάρτης, έχει πολύ στενή φιλία με την οικογένεια της Πανώριας Στεφανοπούλου, χήρας Περμόν (προμηθευτή του γαλλικού στρατού). «Στο σπίτι του Βοναπάρτη μιλούσαμε Ελληνικά με τον πατέρα του Ναπολέοντα. (…) Πρόγονος του Βοναπάρτη ανήκε στην γενιά των Στεφανοπούλων και έφερε το όνομα Καλόμερος, o οποίος μετανάστευσε από το Αιάκειον στην Τοσκάνη της Ιταλίας.

Ο Στρατηγός Διοικητής του εν Ιταλία στρατού. Maniots. The Maniots or Maniates (Greek: Μανιάτες) are the inhabitants of the Mani Peninsula in the southern Peloponnese, Greece.


They were also formerly known as Mainotes and the peninsula as Maina. Maniots are often described as descendants of the ancient Dorian population of the Peloponnese and as such related to the ancient Spartans. [citation needed] The terrain is mountainous and inaccessible (until recently many Mani villages could be accessed only by sea), and the regional name "Mani" is thought to have meant originally "dry" or "barren". The name "Maniot" is a derivative meaning "of Mani". In the early modern period, Maniots had a reputation as fierce and proudly independent warriors, who practice piracy and fierce blood feuds. Their surnames uniformly end in "-eas" in what is now the Messenian part of Mani, "-akos" or "-akis" in what is now the Laconian part of Mani and the occasional "-oggonas".

Ancient Mani.