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Political Communication

Publisher: T&F
Founded in: 1980
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(The following only lists papers published after 15. August 2018.)

Should the Media Be More or Less Powerful in Politics? Individual and Contextual Explanations for Politicians and Journalists

Social Bots in Election Campaigns: Theoretical, Empirical, and Methodological Implications

(Re)Claiming Our Expertise: Parsing Large Text Corpora With Manually Validated and Organic Dictionaries

Getting Out the Vote With Voting Advice Applications

How Accurate Are Survey Responses on Social Media and Politics?

New Approaches to Method and Measurement in the Study of Political Communication Effects

Blessing or Curse for Advocacy? How News Media Attention Helps Advocacy Groups to Achieve Their Policy Goals

Identifying Media Effects Through Low-Cost, Multiwave Field Experiments

Media Ownership and News Coverage of International Conflict

Editor’s Note: Symposium on Graduate Education in Political Communication

When Democracy Failed: Can Political Communication Research Contribute to Civil Recovery?

Learning to Straddle the Fence

Computational Research in the Post-API Age

How Not to Get Ratioed and Other Advice for the Savvy Graduate Mentor

Strategies for Meaningful Public Engagement

The Case for Fox News Studies

Graduate Studies in Political Communication in The Coming Decade: An Israeli Perspective

Informational Cues, Partisan-Motivated Reasoning, and the Manipulation of Conspiracy Beliefs

Psychophysiology in the Study of Political Communication: An Expository Study of Individual-Level Variation in Negativity Biases

Beyond the Limits of Survey Experiments: How Conjoint Designs Advance Causal Inference in Political Communication Research

Agenda-Setting With Satire: How Political Satire Increased TTIP’s Saliency on the Public, Media, and Political Agenda

Doris A. Graber’s Contributions to Political Communication