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Political Communication

Publisher: T&F
Founded in: 1980
Category: PS (This is based on the Web of Science categorization.)
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Articles

(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
        2018-11-13

Social Bots in Election Campaigns: Theoretical, Empirical, and Methodological Implications
        2018-11-13

(Re)Claiming Our Expertise: Parsing Large Text Corpora With Manually Validated and Organic Dictionaries
        2018-11-08

Getting Out the Vote With Voting Advice Applications
        2018-11-08

How Accurate Are Survey Responses on Social Media and Politics?
        2018-11-06

New Approaches to Method and Measurement in the Study of Political Communication Effects
        2018-11-06

Blessing or Curse for Advocacy? How News Media Attention Helps Advocacy Groups to Achieve Their Policy Goals
        2018-11-03

Identifying Media Effects Through Low-Cost, Multiwave Field Experiments
        2018-11-03

Media Ownership and News Coverage of International Conflict
        2018-10-27

Editor’s Note: Symposium on Graduate Education in Political Communication
        2018-10-26

When Democracy Failed: Can Political Communication Research Contribute to Civil Recovery?
        2018-10-26

Learning to Straddle the Fence
        2018-10-26

Computational Research in the Post-API Age
        2018-10-26

How Not to Get Ratioed and Other Advice for the Savvy Graduate Mentor
        2018-10-25

Strategies for Meaningful Public Engagement
        2018-10-25

The Case for Fox News Studies
        2018-10-24

Graduate Studies in Political Communication in The Coming Decade: An Israeli Perspective
        2018-10-24

Informational Cues, Partisan-Motivated Reasoning, and the Manipulation of Conspiracy Beliefs
        2018-10-01

Psychophysiology in the Study of Political Communication: An Expository Study of Individual-Level Variation in Negativity Biases
        2018-10-01

Beyond the Limits of Survey Experiments: How Conjoint Designs Advance Causal Inference in Political Communication Research
        2018-09-13

Agenda-Setting With Satire: How Political Satire Increased TTIP’s Saliency on the Public, Media, and Political Agenda
        2018-09-05

Doris A. Graber’s Contributions to Political Communication
        2018-08-26