Complete information on faculty and student research is available from our websites through the Faculty and Student pages. A selection of recent papers by PCWG members follows.
- Chinn, Sedona, and Brian E. Weeks. “Effects of Competing Statistical and Testimonial Evidence in Debates About Science.” Environmental Communication 15, no. 3 (2021): 353-368.
- Hart, P. Sol, Sedona Chinn, and Stuart Soroka. “Politicization and polarization in COVID-19 news coverage.” Science Communication 42, no. 5 (2020): 679-697.
- Hiaeshutter-Rice, Dan, Neuner, F.G., and Stuart Soroka. “Cued by culture: Political imagery and partisan evaluations.” Political Behavior (2021): 1-19.
- Hiaeshutter-Rice, Dan, and Brian Weeks. “Understanding audience engagement with mainstream and alternative news posts on Facebook.” Digital Journalism (2021): 1-30.
- Hasell, Ariel. “Shared Emotion: The Social Amplification of Partisan News on Twitter.” Digital Journalism (2020): 1-18.
- Madrigal, Guadalupe, and Stuart Soroka. “Migrants, Caravans, and the Impact of News Photos on Immigration Attitudes.” The International Journal of Press/Politics (2021): 19401612211008430.
- Roden, Jessica, Matea Mustafaj, and Muniba Saleem. “Who else likes it? Perceived gender of social endorsers predicts gender equality support.” Computers in Human Behavior 118 (2021): 106696.
- Weeks, Brian E., Daniel S. Lane, and Lauren B. Hahn. “Online Incidental Exposure to News Can Minimize Interest-Based Political Knowledge Gaps: Evidence from Two US Elections.” The International Journal of Press/Politics (2021): 1940161221991550.