Kenneth M. Winneg
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Capturing campaign dynamics, 2000 and 2004: The national Annenberg election survey
D Romer, K Kenski, K Winneg, C Adasiewicz, KH Jamieson
University of Pennsylvania Press, 2006
The world wide web and the US political news market
NH Nie, DW Miller, III, S Golde, DM Butler, K Winneg
American Journal of Political Science 54 (2), 428-439, 2010
Did fact checking matter in the 2012 presidential campaign?
JA Gottfried, BW Hardy, KM Winneg, KH Jamieson
American Behavioral Scientist 57 (11), 1558-1567, 2013
Stephen Colbert's civics lesson: How Colbert Super PAC taught viewers about campaign finance
BW Hardy, JA Gottfried, KM Winneg, KH Jamieson
Mass Communication and Society 17 (3), 329-353, 2014
Legacy and social media respectively influence risk perceptions and protective behaviors during emerging health threats: A multi-wave analysis of communications on Zika virus cases
MS Chan, K Winneg, L Hawkins, M Farhadloo, KH Jamieson, ...
Social Science & Medicine 212, 50-59, 2018
The changing nature of political debate consumption: Social media, multitasking, and knowledge acquisition
JA Gottfried, BW Hardy, RL Holbert, KM Winneg, KH Jamieson
Political communication 34 (2), 172-199, 2017
Cross-pressuring conservative Catholics? Effects of Pope Francis’ encyclical on the US public opinion on climate change
N Li, J Hilgard, DA Scheufele, KM Winneg, KH Jamieson
Climatic Change 139 (3), 367-380, 2016
Culturally antagonistic memes and the Zika virus: An experimental test
DM Kahan, KH Jamieson, A Landrum, K Winneg
Journal of Risk Research 20 (1), 1-40, 2017
Associations of topics of discussion on Twitter with survey measures of attitudes, knowledge, and behaviors related to Zika: probabilistic study in the United States
M Farhadloo, K Winneg, MPS Chan, KH Jamieson, D Albarracin
JMIR Public health and surveillance 4 (1), e8186, 2018
Detecting the effects of deceptive presidential advertisements in the spring of 2004
K Winneg, K Kenski, KH Jamieson
American Behavioral Scientist 49 (1), 114-129, 2005
Participation, online and otherwise: What's the difference for policy preferences?
J Oser, JE Leighley, KM Winneg
Social Science Quarterly 95 (5), 1259-1277, 2014
Wired to fact: The role of the Internet in identifying deception during the 2004 US presidential campaign
BW Hardy, KH Jamieson, K Winneg
Routledge handbook of Internet politics, 131-143, 2008
Time series models
D Romer, K Kenski, K Winneg, C Adasiewicz, KH Jamieson
Capturing Campaign Dynamics, 2000 and 2004: The National Annenberg Election …, 2006
Differences between Florida and the rest of the United States in response to local transmission of the Zika virus: Implications for future communication campaigns
KM Winneg, JE Stryker, D Romer, KH Jamieson
Risk Analysis 38 (12), 2546-2560, 2018
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine report on genetically engineered crops influences public discourse
EL Howell, CD Wirz, D Brossard, KH Jamieson, DA Scheufele, ...
Politics and the Life Sciences 37 (2), 250-261, 2018
Elections: Party Identification in the 2004 Election
K Winneg, KH Jamieson
Presidential Studies Quarterly 35 (3), 576-589, 2005
All knowledge is not created equal: Knowledge effects and the 2012 presidential debates
JA Gottfried, BW Hardy, KM Winneg, KH Jamieson
Presidential Studies Quarterly 44 (3), 389-409, 2014
Using psychological theory to predict voting intentions
M Hennessy, MX Delli Carpini, MB Blank, K Winneg, KH Jamieson
Journal of Community Psychology 43 (4), 466-483, 2015
Deception in third party advertising in the 2012 presidential campaign
KM Winneg, BW Hardy, JA Gottfried, KH Jamieson
American Behavioral Scientist 58 (4), 524-535, 2014
Online political participation in the 2008 US presidential election: Mobilizing or reinforcing?
KM Winneg
University of Pennsylvania, 2009
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