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
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
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
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), e16, 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
The Routledge Handbook of Internet Politics, 131, 2009
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
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
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
Online political participation in the 2008 US presidential election: Mobilizing or reinforcing?
KM Winneg
Publicly accessible Penn Dissertations, 72, 2009
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
Learning from the 2016 US General election presidential debates
K Winneg, KH Jamieson
American Behavioral Scientist 61 (4), 362-378, 2017
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