Ming M. Boyer
Ming M. Boyer
Research Associate, Department of Communication, VU Amsterdam
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Learning from news on different media platforms: An eye-tracking experiment
S Kruikemeier, S Lecheler, MM Boyer
Political Communication 35 (1), 75-96, 2018
Aroused argumentation: How the news exacerbates motivated reasoning
MM Boyer
The International Journal of Press/Politics 28 (1), 92-115, 2023
Populist attitudes and politicians’ disinformation accusations: effects on perceptions of media and politicians
JL Egelhofer, M Boyer, S Lecheler, L Aaldering
Journal of Communication 72 (6), 619-632, 2022
Motivated reasoning in identity politics: Group status as a moderator of political motivations
MM Boyer, L Aaldering, S Lecheler
Political Studies 70 (2), 385-401, 2022
Don’t Throw the Frame Out With the Bathwater: How Episodic News Frames Can Prevent Identity-Motivated Reasoning
MM Boyer, S Lecheler, L Aaldering
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 10776990221097057, 2022
Social mobility or social change? How different groups react to identity-related news
MM Boyer, S Lecheler
European Journal of Communication 38 (1), 58-76, 2023
Can We Counteract Hate? Effects of Online Hate Speech and Counter Speech on the Perception of Social Groups
S Schäfer, I Rebasso, MM Boyer, AM Planitzer
Communication Research, 00936502231201091, 2023
1. Identity politics in the news: Social group polarization and the barrier-bridging potential of episodic frames.
MM Boyer, L Aaldering, S Lecheler
PUMA Survey VI. 2, 5, 0
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