Dan Lane
Dan Lane
Assistant Professor, UC Santa Barbara
Verified email at ucsb.edu
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Incidental exposure, selective exposure, and political information sharing: Integrating online exposure patterns and expression on social media
BE Weeks, DS Lane, DH Kim, SS Lee, N Kwak
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 22 (6), 363-379, 2017
1042017
From online disagreement to offline action: How diverse motivations for using social media can increase political information sharing and catalyze offline political participation
DS Lane, DH Kim, SS Lee, BE Weeks, N Kwak
Social Media+ Society 3 (3), 2056305117716274, 2017
822017
In consensus we trust? Persuasive effects of scientific consensus communication
S Chinn, DS Lane, PS Hart
Public Understanding of Science 27 (7), 807-823, 2018
242018
Perceptions of social media for politics: testing the slacktivism hypothesis
N Kwak, DS Lane, BE Weeks, DH Kim, SS Lee, S Bachleda
Human Communication Research 44 (2), 197-221, 2018
182018
Social media expression and the political self
DS Lane, SS Lee, F Liang, DH Kim, L Shen, BE Weeks, N Kwak
Journal of Communication 69 (1), 49-72, 2019
172019
Giving the underdog a leg up: a counternarrative of nonviolent resistance improves sustained third-party support of a disempowered group
E Bruneau, D Lane, M Saleem
Social psychological and personality science 8 (7), 746-757, 2017
92017
Civic laboratories: youth political expression in anonymous, ephemeral, geo-bounded social media
DS Lane, V Das, D Hiaeshutter-Rice
Information, Communication & Society 22 (14), 2171-2186, 2019
82019
Solidarity effects in social movement messaging: How cueing dominant group identity can increase movement support
DS Lane, SM Coles, M Saleem
Human Communication Research 45 (1), 1-26, 2019
42019
The ecology of incidental exposure to news in digital media environments
BE Weeks, DS Lane
Journalism 21 (8), 1119-1135, 2020
32020
Social media design for youth political expression: Testing the roles of identifiability and geo-boundedness
DS Lane
New Media & Society 22 (8), 1394-1413, 2020
32020
From persuasion to deliberation: Do experiences of online political persuasion facilitate dialogic openness?
N Kwak, DS Lane, SS Lee, F Liang, BE Weeks
Communication research, 0093650218793050, 2018
32018
Absorption
S Dal Cin, MP Hall, DS Lane
Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences. Springer, Cham, 2016
22016
Sharing beyond Slacktivism: the effect of socially observable prosocial media sharing on subsequent offline helping behavior
DS Lane, S Dal Cin
Information, Communication & Society, 2017
12017
Political Rumor Communication on Instant Messaging Platforms: Relationships With Political Participation and Knowledge
N Kwak, DS Lane, Q Zhu, SS Lee, BE Weeks
International Journal of Communication 14, 20, 2020
2020
In Search of the Expressive Citizen: Citizenship Norms and Youth Political Expression on Social Media
DS Lane
Public Opinion Quarterly 84 (S1), 257-283, 2020
2020
When Social Media Get Political: How Perceptions of Open-Mindedness Influence Political Expression on Facebook
SS Lee, DS Lane, N Kwak
Social Media+ Society 6 (2), 2056305120919382, 2020
2020
Damned if you do, damned if you don’t: Effects of empathy and responsibility in Muslim leaders’ mediated responses to extremist attacks
DS Lane, M Saleem, M Noor
Media Psychology 23 (2), 184-214, 2020
2020
Now We’re Talking? Understanding the Interplay Between Online Selective and Incidental Exposure and Their Influence on Online Cross-Cutting Political Discussion
N Kwak, DS Lane, BE Weeks, DH Kim, SS Lee
Social Science Computer Review, 0894439320920790, 2020
2020
In consensus we trust?: Persuasive effects of scientific consensus communication (vol 27, pg 807, 2018)
S Chinn, DS Lane, PS Hart
PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF SCIENCE 28 (5), 630-630, 2019
2019
Civic Laboratories: Young People, Political Expression and Social Media
D Lane
2019
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