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
1212017
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
872017
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
272018
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
242018
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
212019
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
112019
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
102017
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
The ecology of incidental exposure to news in digital media environments
BE Weeks, DS Lane
Journalism 21 (8), 1119-1135, 2020
62020
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
62020
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
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
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
22020
Absorption
S Dal Cin, MP Hall, DS Lane
Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences. Springer, Cham, 2016
22016
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
12020
Testing Inequality and Identity Accounts of Racial Gaps in Political Expression on Social Media
DS Lane, K Do, N Molina-Rogers
Political Communication, 1-19, 2021
2021
Online Incidental Exposure to News Can Minimize Interest-Based Political Knowledge Gaps: Evidence from Two US Elections
BE Weeks, DS Lane, LB Hahn
The International Journal of Press/Politics, 1940161221991550, 2021
2021
The impact of social endorsement cues and manipulability concerns on perceptions of news credibility
SS Lee, F Liang, L Hahn, DS Lane, BE Weeks, N Kwak
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 2021
2021
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
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
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