Scott L. Althaus
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Collective preferences in democratic politics: Opinion surveys and the will of the people
SL Althaus
Cambridge University Press, 2003
6942003
Information effects in collective preferences
SL Althaus
American Political Science Review, 545-558, 1998
6581998
Patterns of Internet and traditional news media use in a networked community
SL Althaus, D Tewksbury
Political communication 17 (1), 21-45, 2000
6492000
Agenda setting and the “new” news: Patterns of issue importance among readers of the paper and online versions of the New York Times
SL Althaus, D Tewksbury
Communication Research 29 (2), 180-207, 2002
5742002
Computer‐mediated communication in the university classroom: An experiment with on‐line discussions
SL Althaus
Taylor & Francis Group 46 (3), 158-174, 1997
5261997
Differences in knowledge acquisition among readers of the paper and online versions of a national newspaper
D Tewksbury, SL Althaus
4222000
When news norms collide, follow the lead: New evidence for press independence
SL ALTHAUS
Political Communication, 20 (4), 381-414, 2003
2632003
Revising the indexing hypothesis: Officials, media, and the Libya crisis
SL Althaus, JA Edy, RM Entman, P Phalen
Political Communication 13 (4), 407-421, 1996
2351996
Priming effects in complex information environments: Reassessing the impact of news discourse on presidential approval
SL Althaus, YM Kim
The Journal of Politics 68 (4), 960-976, 2006
2182006
Using substitutes for full-text news stories in content analysis: Which text is best?
SL Althaus, JA Edy, PF Phalen
American Journal of Political Science, 707-723, 2001
1682001
What’s good and bad in political communication research? Normative standards for evaluating media and citizen performance
SL Althaus
The SAGE handbook of political communication, 97-112, 2012
1022012
American news consumption during times of national crisis
SL Althaus
PS: Political Science and Politics 35 (3), 517-521, 2002
962002
Media supply, audience demand, and the geography of news consumption in the United States
SL Althaus, AM Cizmar, JG Gimpel
Political Communication 26 (3), 249-277, 2009
932009
When Osama became Saddam: Origins and consequences of the change in America's public enemy# 1
SL Althaus, DM Largio
PS: Political Science & Politics 37 (4), 795-799, 2004
862004
Candidate appearances in presidential elections, 1972-2000
SL Althaus, PF Nardulli, DR Shaw
Political Communication 19 (1), 49-72, 2002
862002
An examination of motivations for using the World Wide Web
D Tewksbury, SL Althaus
Communication Research Reports 17 (2), 127-138, 2000
722000
The impact of television market size on voter turnout in American elections
SL Althaus, TC Trautman
American Politics Research 36 (6), 824-856, 2008
642008
False starts, dead ends, and new opportunities in public opinion research
SL Althaus
Critical Review 18 (1-3), 75-104, 2006
642006
When war hits home: The geography of military losses and support for war in time and space
SL Althaus, BH Bramlett, JG Gimpel
Journal of Conflict Resolution 56 (3), 382-412, 2012
632012
Priming Patriots: Social Identity Processes and the Dynamics of Public Support for War
SL Althaus, K Coe
Public Opinion Quarterly 75 (1), 65-88, 2011
582011
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