Martin Johnson
Martin Johnson
Professor of Mass Communication & Political Science, Louisiana State University
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Changing minds or changing channels?: Partisan news in an age of choice
K Arceneaux, M Johnson
University of Chicago Press, 2013
Metropolitan governance: Conflict, competition, and cooperation
RJ Oakerson, A Steinacker, SS Post, PG Lewis, M Johnson, M Neiman, ...
Georgetown University Press, 2004
Polarized political communication, oppositional media hostility, and selective exposure
K Arceneaux, M Johnson, C Murphy
The Journal of Politics 74 (1), 174-186, 2012
Public opinion in the American states: New perspectives using national survey data
P Brace, K Sims-Butler, K Arceneaux, M Johnson
American Journal of Political Science, 173-189, 2002
Public Opinion and Dynamic Representation in the American States: The Case of Environmental Attitudes*
M Johnson, P Brace, K Arceneaux
Social science quarterly 86 (1), 87-108, 2005
Communication, persuasion, and the conditioning value of selective exposure: Like minds may unite and divide but they mostly tune out
K Arceneaux, M Johnson, J Cryderman
Political communication 30 (2), 213-231, 2013
Contextual Data and the Study of Elections and Voting Behavior: Connecting Individuals to Environment
M Johnson, WP Shively, RM Stein
Electoral Studies 21, 219-233, 2002
The influence of news media on political elites: Investigating strategic responsiveness in Congress
K Arceneaux, M Johnson, R Lindstädt, RJ Vander Wielen
American Journal of Political Science 60 (1), 5-29, 2016
Does state political ideology change over time?
P Brace, K Arceneaux, M Johnson, SG Ulbig
Political Research Quarterly 57 (4), 529-540, 2004
The impact of social diversity and racial attitudes on social welfare policy
M Johnson
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 1 (1), 27-49, 2001
Representation and local policy: Relating county-level public opinion to policy outputs
GL Percival, M Johnson, M Neiman
Political Research Quarterly 62 (1), 164-177, 2009
Language Choice, Residential Stability, and Voting Among Latino Americans*
M Johnson, RM Stein, R Wrinkle
Social Science Quarterly 84 (2), 412-424, 2003
Does media fragmentation produce mass polarization? Selective exposure and a new era of minimal effects
K Arceneaux, M Johnson
Selective Exposure and a New Era of Minimal Effects, 2010
Genetics, personality, and group identity
C Weber, M Johnson, K Arceneaux
Social science quarterly 92 (5), 1314-1337, 2011
Local news outlets and political participation
J Filla, M Johnson
Urban Affairs Review 45 (5), 679-692, 2010
Partisanship and views about immigration in Southern California: Just how partisan is the issue of immigration?
M Neiman, M Johnson, S Bowler
International Migration 44 (2), 35-56, 2006
Comparison of the Long-Term Risks of Removal and In Situ Management of Contaminated Sediments in the Fox River
D Reible, D Hayes, C Lue-Hing, J Patterson, N Bhowmik, M Johnson, ...
Soil and Sediment Contamination 12 (3), 325-344, 2003
The genetic basis of political sophistication
K Arceneaux, M Johnson, HH Maes
Twin Research and Human Genetics 15 (1), 34-41, 2012
Racial context, public attitudes, and welfare effort in the American states
M Johnson
Race and the politics of welfare reform, 151-70, 2003
Courting business: Competition for economic development among cities
M Johnson, M Neiman
Metropolitan governance: Conflict, competition, and cooperation, 124-146, 2004
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