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2015
November, 2015 Health Media Psychology Social and Behavioral Psychology Download File ...
2015
November, 2015 Health Media Psychology Social and Behavioral Psychology Download File ...
2015
November, 2015 Health Media Psychology Social and Behavioral Psychology Download File ...
2015
November, 2015 Health Media Psychology Social and Behavioral Psychology Download File ...
2015
Sander van der Linden November, 2015 Science Communication Culture Education Environment Media Politics Psychology Science Science and Technology Social and Behavioral Psychology Download File External Link ...
Robert Keohane
2015
Systematic investigation of attitudes expressed in Arabic on Twitter towards the United States and Iran during 2012–13 shows how the analysis of social media can illuminate the politics of contemporary political discourses and generates an informative ...
2014
Sander van der Linden June, 2014 Climatic Change, 126(1-2), 255-262. Education Environment Media Psychology Science Social and Behavioral Psychology External Link ...
Aaron Friedberg
2014
After a decade spent emphasising counter-insurgency and counter-terrorism operations, finding a credible response to China’s A2/AD capabilities is now the central task confronting US military planners. This Adelphi analyses the debate over the future of ...
Paul DiMaggio
2013
Topic modeling provides a valuable method for identifying the linguistic contexts that surround social institutions or policy domains. This article uses Latent Dirichlet Allocation (LDA) to analyze how one such policy domain, government assistance to ...
Markus Prior
2013
Political communication research has long been plagued by inaccurate self-reports of media exposure. Dilliplane, Goldman, and Mutz (2013) propose a new survey-based measure of “televised exposure to politics” that avoids some of the features that lead to ...
Markus Prior
2013
Annual Reviews This article examines if the emergence of more partisan media has contributed to political polarization and led Americans to support more partisan policies and candidates. Congress and some newer media outlets have added more partisan ...
Elizabeth Levy Paluck
2012
Wiley Online Library Can a soap opera influence political attitudes and engagement among U.S. Latinos, particularly those perceiving a threat from immigration legislation? The extended contact hypothesis predicts that ingroup fictional characters can ...
Elizabeth Levy Paluck
2012
Wiley Psychologists, who have studied how media can promote stereotyping, prejudice, and conflict (e.g., Cantril & Allport, 1935), also study how media help to reconstruct communities (Bandura, 2004; Paluck, 2009). The social psychological mechanisms ...
Markus Prior
2012
To examine whether a campaign event affected candidate preferences or candidate knowledge, survey researchers need to know who was exposed to the event. Using the example of presidential debates, this study shows that survey respondents do not accurately ...
Paul Starr
2012
Social and political theory in the twentieth century envisioned the flourishing of both democracy and the information economy. But while the digital revolution has promoted freedom of expression and freedom of information, it has had mixed effects on the ...
Esteban Rossi-Hansberg
2012
Journal of Economic Theory (ScienceDirect) We propose a framework to study the impact of information and communication technology on growth through its impact on organization and innovation. Agents accumulate knowledge to use available technologies and ...
Steven Strauss
2012
Steven Strauss January, 2012 with Kristy Sundjaja, Martin Kon, Peter Robinson, Andrew Chen Development Media Technology Domestic and Social Policy http://www.nycedc.com/resource/medianyc2020 ...
2011
This is a study of the association of radio and television exposure with different aspects of reproductive behavior and with knowledge, attitudes, and behavior in connection with HIV/AIDS. The measures of mass media are limited to the frequency that women ...
Keith Wailoo
2010
Katrina's Imprint highlights the power of this sentinel American event and its continuing reverberations in contemporary politics, culture, and public policy. Published on the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, the multidisciplinary volume ...