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An attack on science? Media use, trust in scientists, and perceptions of global warming
JD Hmielowski, L Feldman, TA Myers, A Leiserowitz, E Maibach
Public Understanding of Science 23 (7), 866-883, 2014
4022014
The mutual reinforcement of media selectivity and effects: Testing the reinforcing spirals framework in the context of global warming
L Feldman, TA Myers, JD Hmielowski, A Leiserowitz
Journal of Communication 64 (4), 590-611, 2014
2142014
Opinion expression during social conflict: Comparing online reader comments and letters to the editor
M McCluskey, J Hmielowski
Journalism 13 (3), 303-319, 2012
1662012
Predicting the consumption of political TV satire: Affinity for political humor, The Daily Show, and The Colbert Report
JD Hmielowski, RL Holbert, J Lee
Communication Monographs 78 (1), 96-114, 2011
1572011
Adding nuance to the study of political humor effects: Experimental research on juvenalian satire versus horatian satire
RL Holbert, J Hmielowski, P Jain, J Lather, A Morey
American Behavioral Scientist 55 (3), 187-211, 2011
1562011
Living in an age of online incivility: Examining the conditional indirect effects of online discussion on political flaming
JD Hmielowski, MJ Hutchens, VJ Cicchirillo
Information, Communication & Society 17 (10), 1196-1211, 2014
1462014
Facebook news and (de) polarization: Reinforcing spirals in the 2016 US election
MA Beam, MJ Hutchens, JD Hmielowski
Information, Communication & Society 21 (7), 940-958, 2018
1382018
How could you think that?!?!: Understanding intentions to engage in political flaming
MJ Hutchens, VJ Cicchirillo, JD Hmielowski
New media & society 17 (8), 1201-1219, 2015
1092015
Psychological reactance from reading basic facts on climate change: The role of prior views and political identification
Y Ma, G Dixon, JD Hmielowski
Environmental Communication 13 (1), 71-86, 2019
852019
Clicking vs. sharing: The relationship between online news behaviors and political knowledge
MA Beam, MJ Hutchens, JD Hmielowski
Computers in human behavior 59, 215-220, 2016
822016
Improving climate change acceptance among US conservatives through value-based message targeting
G Dixon, J Hmielowski, Y Ma
Science Communication 39 (4), 520-534, 2017
812017
Context collapse and privacy management: Diversity in Facebook friends increases online news reading and sharing
MA Beam, JT Child, MJ Hutchens, JD Hmielowski
New media & society 20 (7), 2296-2314, 2018
672018
Clarifying relationships between ideology and ideologically oriented cable TV news use: A case of suppression
RL Holbert, JD Hmielowski, BE Weeks
Communication Research 39 (2), 194-216, 2012
612012
Reinforcing spirals of political discussion and affective polarization
MJ Hutchens, JD Hmielowski, MA Beam
Communication Monographs 86 (3), 357-376, 2019
592019
Social capital and the spiral of silence
F Dalisay, JD Hmielowski, MJ Kushin, M Yamamoto
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 24 (3), 325-345, 2012
422012
Structural changes in media and attitude polarization: Examining the contributions of TV news before and after the Telecommunications Act of 1996
JD Hmielowski, MA Beam, MJ Hutchens
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 28 (2), 153-172, 2016
362016
What drives support for self-driving car technology in the United States?
G Dixon, PS Hart, C Clarke, NH O’Donnell, J Hmielowski
Journal of Risk Research 23 (3), 275-287, 2020
352020
The social dimensions of smart meters in the United States: Demographics, privacy, and technology readiness
JD Hmielowski, AD Boyd, G Harvey, J Joo
Energy Research & Social Science 55, 189-197, 2019
302019
The mainstreaming of verbally aggressive online political behaviors
V Cicchirillo, J Hmielowski, M Hutchens
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 18 (5), 253-259, 2015
302015
Affinity for political humor: An assessment of internal factor structure, reliability, and validity
RL Holbert, J Lee, S Esralew, WO Walther, JD Hmielowski, ...
Humor 26 (4), 551-572, 2013
302013
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