Eric Merkley
Eric Merkley
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science at the University of Toronto
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The causes and consequences of covid-19 misperceptions: Understanding the role of news and social media
A Bridgman, E Merkley, PJ Loewen, T Owen, D Ruths, L Teichmann, ...
The Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) Misinformation Review 1 (Special Issue on …, 2020
A rare moment of cross-partisan consensus: Elite and public response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada
E Merkley, A Bridgman, PJ Loewen, T Owen, D Ruths, O Zhilin
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2020
Anti-Intellectualism, Populism, and Motivated Resistance to Expert Consensus
E Merkley
Public Opinion Quarterly 84 (1), 24-48, 2020
Framing Climate Change: Economics, Ideology, and Uncertainty in American News Media Content From 1988 to 2014
DA Stecula, E Merkley
Frontiers in Communication, 2019
Anti-intellectualism and the mass public’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic
E Merkley, PJ Loewen
Nature Human Behaviour 5 (6), 706-715, 2021
Party elites or manufactured doubt? The informational context of climate change polarization
E Merkley, DA Stecula
Science Communication 40 (2), 258-274, 2018
Party Cues in the News: Democratic Elites, Republican Backlash, and the Dynamics of Climate Skepticism
E Merkley, DA Stecula
British Journal of Political Science, 1-18, 2020
The ephemeral effects of fact-checks on COVID-19 misperceptions in the United States, Great Britain and Canada
JM Carey, AM Guess, PJ Loewen, E Merkley, B Nyhan, JB Phillips, ...
Nature Human Behaviour 6 (2), 236-243, 2022
Socio-demographic disparities in knowledge, practices, and ability to comply with COVID-19 public health measures in Canada
G Brankston, E Merkley, DN Fisman, AR Tuite, Z Poljak, PJ Loewen, ...
Canadian Journal of Public Health 112, 363-375, 2021
Are experts (news) worthy? Balance, conflict, and mass media coverage of expert consensus
E Merkley
Political communication 37 (4), 530-549, 2020
Infodemic pathways: Evaluating the role that traditional and social media play in cross-national information transfer
A Bridgman, E Merkley, O Zhilin, PJ Loewen, T Owen, D Ruths
Frontiers in Political Science 3, 648646, 2021
Does talking to the other side reduce inter-party hostility? Evidence from three studies
E Amsalem, E Merkley, PJ Loewen
Political Communication 39 (1), 61-78, 2022
Whose News? Class-Biased Economic News in the United States
AM Jacobs, JS Matthews, T Hicks, E Merkley
American Political Science Review, 2021
Assessment of communication strategies for mitigating COVID-19 vaccine-specific hesitancy in Canada
E Merkley, PJ Loewen
JAMA Network Open 4 (9), e2126635-e2126635, 2021
Quantifying contact patterns in response to COVID-19 public health measures in Canada
G Brankston, E Merkley, DN Fisman, AR Tuite, Z Poljak, PJ Loewen, ...
BMC public health 21, 1-10, 2021
Polarization eh? Ideological divergence and partisan sorting in the Canadian mass public
E Merkley
Public Opinion Quarterly 86 (4), 932-943, 2022
Having Their Say: Authority, Voice, and Satisfaction with Democracy
E Merkley, F Cutler, PJ Quirk, B Nyblade
The Journal of Politics 81 (3), 848-861, 2019
Partisan bias in economic news content: New evidence
E Merkley
American Politics Research 47 (6), 1303-1323, 2019
The correlates and dynamics of COVID-19 vaccine-specific hesitancy
E Merkley, PJ Loewen
Vaccine 40 (13), 2020-2027, 2022
Lessons in resilience: Canada's digital media ecosystem and the 2019 election
A Bridgman, R Gorwa, P Loewen, S MacLellan, E Merkley, T Owen, ...
Public Policy Forum, 2020
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