david domke
david domke
Professor of Communication, University of Washington
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News framing and cueing of issue regimes: Explaining Clinton's public approval in spite of scandal
DV Shah, MD Watts, D Domke, DP Fan
Public opinion quarterly 66 (3), 339-370, 2002
5022002
Media priming effects: Accessibility, association, and activation
D Domke, DV Shah, DB Wackman
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 10 (1), 51-74, 1998
3641998
Elite cues and media bias in presidential campaigns: Explaining public perceptions of a liberal press
MD Watts, D Domke, DV Shah, DP Fan
Communication Research 26 (2), 144-175, 1999
3041999
US national identity, political elites, and a patriotic press following September 11
J Hutcheson, D Domke, A Billeaudeaux, P Garland
Political Communication, 21 (1), 27-50, 2004
2952004
“To thine own self be true” values, framing, and voter decision-making strategies
DV Shah, D Domke, DB Wackman
Communication Research 23 (5), 509-560, 1996
2881996
News media, racial perceptions, and political cognition
D Domke, K McCoy, M Torres
Communication Research 26 (5), 570-607, 1999
2771999
The God strategy: How religion became a political weapon in America
D Domke, K Coe
OUP USA, 2008
2662008
The primes of our times? An examination of the ‘power’of visual images
D Domke, D Perlmutter, M Spratt
Journalism 3 (2), 131-159, 2002
2642002
God willing
D Domke
Political Fundamentalism in the White House, the» War on Terror «and the …, 2004
2482004
The spiral of silence and public opinion on affirmative action
P Moy, D Domke, K Stamm
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 78 (1), 7-25, 2001
2292001
Racial cues and political ideology: An examination of associative priming
D Domke
Communication Research 28 (6), 772-801, 2001
1902001
No shades of gray: The binary discourse of George W. Bush and an echoing press
K Coe, D Domke, ES Graham, SL John, VW Pickard
Journal of Communication 54 (2), 234-252, 2004
1702004
The politics of conservative elites and the “liberal media” argument
D Domke, MD Watts, DV Shah, DP Fan
Journal of communication 49 (4), 35-58, 1999
1471999
News coverage, economic cues, and the public's presidential preferences, 1984-1996
DV Shah, MD Watts, D Domke, DP Fan, M Fibison
The Journal of Politics 61 (4), 914-943, 1999
1321999
The effects of value-framing on political judgment and reasoning
DV Shah, D Domke, DB Wackman
Framing public life: Perspectives on media and our understanding of the …, 2001
1302001
News media, candidates and issues, and public opinion in the 1996 presidential campaign
D Domke, DP Fan, M Fibison, DV Shah, SS Smith, MD Watts
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 74 (4), 718-737, 1997
1281997
Going public as political strategy: The Bush administration, an echoing press, and passage of the Patriot Act
D Domke, ES Graham, K Coe, S Lockett John, T Coopman
Political Communication 23 (3), 291-312, 2006
1042006
" Moral referendums": Values, news media, and the process of candidate choice
D Domke, DV Shah, DB Wackman
Political Communication 15 (3), 301-321, 1998
901998
Going public, crisis after crisis: The Bush administration and the press from September 11 to Saddam
SL John, DS Domke, KM Coe, ES Graham
Rhetoric & Public Affairs 10 (2), 195-220, 2007
742007
Petitioners or prophets? Presidential discourse, God, and the ascendancy of religious conservatives
K Coe, D Domke
Journal of Communication 56 (2), 309-330, 2006
692006
El sistema no puede realizar la operación en estos momentos. Inténtalo de nuevo más tarde.
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