Dominik A. Stecuła
Dominik A. Stecuła
Assistant Professor of Communication and Political Science, The Ohio State University
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How right-leaning media coverage of COVID-19 facilitated the spread of misinformation in the early stages of the pandemic in the US
M Motta, D Stecula, C Farhart
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2020
It's (Change in) the (Future) Economy, Stupid: Economic Indicators, the Media, and Public Opinion
SN Soroka, DA Stecula, C Wlezien
American Journal of Political Science 59 (2), 457-474, 2015
May we have your attention please? human-rights NGOs and the problem of global communication
AT Thrall, D Stecula, D Sweet
The International Journal of Press/Politics 19 (2), 135-159, 2014
Framing climate change: Economics, ideology, and uncertainty in American news media content from 1988 to 2014
DA Stecula, E Merkley
Frontiers in Communication 4, 6, 2019
How populism and conservative media fuel conspiracy beliefs about COVID-19 and what it means for COVID-19 behaviors
DA Stecula, M Pickup
Research & Politics 8 (1), 2053168021993979, 2021
How trust in experts and media use affect acceptance of common anti-vaccination claims
DA Stecula, O Kuru, KH Jamieson
Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review 1 (1), 2020
Party Elites or Manufactured Doubt? The Informational Context of Climate Change Polarization
E Merkley, DA Stecula
Science Communication 40 (2), 258-274, 2018
Novel Coronavirus, Old Partisanship: COVID-19 Attitudes and Behaviours in the United States and Canada
M Pickup, D Stecula, C Van Der Linden
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2020
Party cues in the news: Democratic elites, Republican backlash, and the dynamics of climate skepticism
E Merkley, DA Stecula
British Journal of Political Science 51 (4), 1439-1456, 2021
We Need to Talk: How Cross-Party Dialogue Reduces Affective Polarization
MS Levendusky, DA Stecula
Elements in Experimental Political Science, 2021
Social media, cognitive reflection, and conspiracy beliefs
DA Stecula, M Pickup
Frontiers in Political Science 3, 62, 2021
Quantifying the effect of Wakefield et al.(1998) on skepticism about MMR vaccine safety in the US
M Motta, D Stecula
Plos one 16 (8), e0256395, 2021
An experimental examination of measurement disparities in public climate change beliefs
M Motta, D Chapman, D Stecula, K Haglin
Climatic change 154, 37-47, 2019
Policy Views and Negative Beliefs About Vaccines in the United States, 2019
DA Stecula, O Kuru, D Albarracin, KH Jamieson
American Journal of Public Health 110 (10), 1561-1563, 2020
The effects of scientific messages and narratives about vaccination
O Kuru, D Stecula, H Lu, Y Ophir, MS Chan, K Winneg, K Hall Jamieson, ...
Plos one 16 (3), e0248328, 2021
A Cross‐National Analysis of the Causes and Consequences of Economic News
C Wlezien, S Soroka, D Stecula
Social Science Quarterly 98 (3), 1010-1025, 2017
Religious affiliation and philosophical and moral beliefs about vaccines: A longitudinal study
O Kuru, MS Chan, H Lu, DA Stecula, KH Jamieson, D Albarracín
Journal of Health Psychology 27 (13), 3059-3081, 2022
Subnational bipartisanship on climate change: evidence from surveys of local and state policymakers
NR Lee, D Stecula
Climatic Change 164 (1), 20, 2021
Polish Americans Today. A Survey of Modern Polonia Leadership.
TC Radzilowski, D Stecula
Piast Institute. Raport z badań, 2010
The Real Consequences of Fake News
D Stecula
The Conversation, 2017
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