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Meital Balmas
Meital Balmas
Associate Professor, Department of Communication, The Graduate Program for Political Communicationa
Verified email at mail.huji.ac.il
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When fake news becomes real: Combined exposure to multiple news sources and political attitudes of inefficacy, alienation, and cynicism
M Balmas
Communication research 41 (3), 430-454, 2014
5312014
Two routes to personalized politics: Centralized and decentralized personalization
M Balmas, G Rahat, T Sheafer, SR Shenhav
Party Politics 20 (1), 37-51, 2014
3982014
Candidate image in election campaigns: Attribute agenda setting, affective priming, and voting intentions
M Balmas, T Sheafer
International journal of public opinion research 22 (2), 204-229, 2010
2472010
Bad news or mad news? Sentiment scoring of negativity, fear, and anger in news content
S Soroka, L Young, M Balmas
The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 659 (1 …, 2015
1542015
Leaders first, countries after: Mediated political personalization in the international arena
M Balmas, T Sheafer
Journal of communication 63 (3), 454-475, 2013
1242013
Tell me who is your leader, and I will tell you who you are: Foreign leaders’ perceived personality and public attitudes toward their countries and citizenry
M Balmas
American Journal of Political Science 62 (2), 499-514, 2018
652018
Charismatic leaders and mediated personalization in the international arena
M Balmas, T Sheafer
Communication Research 41 (7), 991-1015, 2014
542014
Personalization of politics
M Balmas, T Sheafer
The international encyclopedia of political communication, 1-9, 2015
382015
Bad news: The changing coverage of national leaders in foreign media of Western democracies
M Balmas
Mass Communication and Society 20 (5), 663-685, 2017
352017
Enemies also get their say: Press performance during political crises
M Balmas, T Sheafer, G Wolfsfeld
International Journal of Communication 9, 21, 2015
182015
11. Political actors as communicators
T Sheafer, SR Shenhav, M Balmas
Political communication. De Gruyter, 2014
152014
National leaders’ personality cues and Americans’ attitudes toward their countries
M Balmas
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 31 (4), 694-713, 2019
92019
When foreign political actors matter: press performance during political crises
M Balmas, T Sheafer, G Wolfsfeld
APSA 2011 Annual Meeting Paper, 2011
82011
I hate you when I am anxious: Anxiety during the COVID‐19 epidemic and ideological hostility
M Balmas, TO Harel, E Halperin
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 52 (11), 1081-1093, 2022
72022
I care about your plight, but only if I like your leader: The effect of national leaders’ perceived personality on empathy and pro-social behavior towards their citizenry
M Balmas, E Halperin
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 48 (3), 331-346, 2022
62022
The reputational dividends of collaborating with a highly reputable agency: The case of interagency collaboration between the US FDA and its domestic partner agencies
M Maor, R Sulitzeanu‐Kenan, M Balmas
Public Administration Review 83 (3), 639-653, 2023
52023
Exploring message targeting at home and abroad: The role of political and media considerations in the rhetorical dynamics of conflict resolution
E Friedman, Z Kampf, M Balmas
International Journal of Communication 11, 17, 2017
52017
Examining real-world legitimization of cross-party violence through two explanatory frameworks: Affective polarization and low group efficacy
TO Harel, E Shuman, I Maoz, M Balmas, E Halperin
Journal of Social and Political Psychology 11 (1), 309-329, 2023
22023
Buy me: the effect of leaders’ perceived personality abroad on consumption of their national products
M Balmas, R Atia
Human Communication Research 48 (4), 591-605, 2022
12022
The Reputational Dividends of Collaborating with a Highly Reputable Agency: The Case of the FDA and Its Domestic Partner Agencies
M Maor, R Sulitzeanu-Kenan, M Balmas
medRxiv, 2021.12. 01.21267117, 2021
12021
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