Christian Schemer
Christian Schemer
Professor of Communication, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany
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More than meets the eye: Investigating the hidden impact of brand placements in television magazines
J Matthes, C Schemer, W Wirth
International Journal of Advertising 26 (4), 477-503, 2007
The influence of news media on stereotypic attitudes toward immigrants in a political campaign
C Schemer
Journal of Communication 62 (5), 739-757, 2012
A spiral of silence for some: Attitude certainty and the expression of political minority opinions
J Matthes, K Rios Morrison, C Schemer
Communication Research 37 (6), 774-800, 2010
The European media discourse on immigration and its effects: A literature review
JM Eberl, CE Meltzer, T Heidenreich, B Herrero, N Theorin, F Lind, ...
Annals of the International Communication Association 42 (3), 207-223, 2018
Measuring populist attitudes on three dimensions
A Schulz, P Müller, C Schemer, DS Wirz, M Wettstein, W Wirth
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 30 (2), 316-326, 2018
Does “Passing the Courvoisier” always pay off? Positive and negative evaluative conditioning effects of brand placements in music videos
C Schemer, J Matthes, W Wirth, S Textor
Psychology & Marketing 25 (10), 923-943, 2008
Value resonance and value framing effects on voting intentions in direct-democratic campaigns
C Schemer, W Wirth, J Matthes
American Behavioral Scientist 56 (3), 334-352, 2012
The emotional effects of news frames on information processing and opinion formation
R Kühne, C Schemer
Communication Research 42 (3), 387-407, 2015
The polarizing impact of news coverage on populist attitudes in the public: Evidence from a panel study in four European democracies
P Müller, C Schemer, M Wettstein, A Schulz, DS Wirz, S Engesser, ...
Journal of Communication 67 (6), 968-992, 2017
The appeal of populist ideas, strategies, and styles: A theoretical model and research design for analyzing populist political communication
W Wirth, F Esser, M Wettstein, S Engesser, D Wirz, A Schulz, N Ernst, ...
NCCR democracy Working Paper series, 2016
Erosion des vertrauens zwischen medien und publikum
T Schultz, N Jackob, M Ziegele, O Quiring, C Schemer
Media Perspektiven 5 (2017), 246-259, 2017
Media effects on racial attitudes: Evidence from a three-wave panel survey in a political campaign
C Schemer
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 26 (4), 531-542, 2014
Agenda building and setting in a referendum campaign: Investigating the flow of arguments among campaigners, the media, and the public
W Wirth, J Matthes, C Schemer, M Wettstein, T Friemel, R Hänggli, ...
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 87 (2), 328-345, 2010
Diachronic framing effects in competitive opinion environments
J Matthes, C Schemer
Political Communication 29 (3), 319-339, 2012
Reinforcing spirals of negative affects and selective attention to advertising in a political campaign
C Schemer
Communication Research 39 (3), 413-434, 2012
The effects of right-wing populist communication on emotions and cognitions toward immigrants
DS Wirz, M Wettstein, A Schulz, P Müller, C Schemer, N Ernst, F Esser, ...
The International Journal of Press/Politics 23 (4), 496-516, 2018
Affective priming in political campaigns: How campaign-induced emotions prime political opinions
R Kühne, C Schemer, J Matthes, W Wirth
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 23 (4), 485-507, 2011
Toward improving the validity and reliability of media information processing measures in surveys
C Schemer, J Matthes, W Wirth
Communication Methods and Measures 2 (3), 193-225, 2008
I see what you don't see
J Matthes, W Wirth, C Schemer, AK Kissling
Journal of Advertising 40 (4), 85-100, 2011
Start spreading the news: A comparative experiment on the effects of populist communication on political engagement in sixteen European countries
M Hameleers, L Bos, N Fawzi, C Reinemann, I Andreadis, N Corbu, ...
The International Journal of Press/Politics 23 (4), 517-538, 2018
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