Christian von Sikorski
Christian von Sikorski
Assistant Professor, University of Koblenz-Landau (at Landau)
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The “spiral of silence” revisited: A meta-analysis on the relationship between perceptions of opinion support and political opinion expression
J Matthes, J Knoll, C von Sikorski
Communication Research 45 (1), 3-33, 2018
“Muslims are not terrorists”: Islamic State coverage, journalistic differentiation between terrorism and Islam, fear reactions, and attitudes toward Muslims
C Von Sikorski, D Schmuck, J Matthes, A Binder
Mass Communication and Society 20 (6), 825-848, 2017
Scandal 2.0: How valenced reader comments affect recipients’ perception of scandalized individuals and the journalistic quality of online news
C Von Sikorski, M Hänelt
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 93 (3), 551-571, 2016
National identity predicts public health support during a global pandemic: Results from 67 nations
JJ Van Bavel, A Cichocka, V Capraro, H Sjåstad, JB Nezlek, M Alfano, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
Political Scandals as a Democratic Challenge| The Aftermath of Political Scandals: A Meta-Analysis
C Von Sikorski
International journal of communication 12, 25, 2018
The effects of reader comments on the perception of personalized scandals: Exploring the roles of comment valence and commenters’ social status
C Von Sikorski
International Journal of Communication 10, 22, 2016
Visual news framing and effects on recipients’ attitudes toward athletes with physical disabilities
C Von Sikorski, T Schierl, C Möller, KP Oberhäuser
International Journal of Sport Communication 5 (1), 69-86, 2012
A meta-analysis of the effects of cross-cutting exposure on political participation
J Matthes, J Knoll, S Valenzuela, DN Hopmann, C Von Sikorski
Political Communication 36 (4), 523-542, 2019
The Islamic State in the news: Journalistic differentiation of Islamist terrorism from Islam, terror news proximity, and Islamophobic attitudes
C Von Sikorski, J Matthes, D Schmuck
Communication Research 48 (2), 203-232, 2021
A new look at celebrity endorsements in politics: Investigating the impact of scandalous celebrity endorsers and politicians’ best responses
C von Sikorski, J Knoll, J Matthes
Media Psychology 21 (3), 403-436, 2018
Effects of news frames on recipients’ information processing in disability sports communications
C Von Sikorski, T Schierl
Journal of Media Psychology, 2012
Terror, terror everywhere? How terrorism news shape support for anti‐Muslim policies as a function of perceived threat severity and controllability
J Matthes, D Schmuck, C von Sikorski
Political Psychology 40 (5), 935-951, 2019
Politische Skandalberichterstattung. Ein Forschungsüberblick und Systematisierungsversuch
C von Sikorski
Publizistik 62, 299-323, 2017
Populist Twitter Posts in News Stories: Statement Recognition and the Polarizing Effects on Candidate Evaluation and Anti-Immigrant Attitudes
R Heiss, C von Sikorski, J Matthes
Journalism Practice 13 (6), 742-758, 2019
The effects of visual isolation on the perception of scandalized politicians
C von Sikorski, M Ludwig
Communications 43 (2), 235-257, 2018
How political scandals affect the electorate. Tracing the eroding and spillover effects of scandals with a panel study
C von Sikorski, R Heiss, J Matthes
Political Psychology 41 (3), 549-568, 2020
Political Scandals as a Democratic Challenge: From Important Revelations to Provocations, Trivialities, and Neglect. Introduction
S Allern, S Christian
International journal of communication 12, 3014-3023, 2018
Attitudes in Context
C von Sikorski, T Schierl
Journal of Media Psychology, 2014
Framing political scandals: Exploring the multimodal effects of isolation cues in scandal news coverage on candidate evaluations and voting intentions
C Von Sikorski, J Knoll
International journal of communication 13, 23, 2019
The effects of darkness and lightness cues in the visual depiction of political actors involved in scandals: An experimental study
C von Sikorski
Communication Research Reports 35 (2), 162-171, 2018
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