Tim Groeling
Tim Groeling
Professor, Communication Studies Dept., UCLA
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TitleCited byYear
New media and the polarization of American political discourse
MA Baum, T Groeling
Political Communication 25 (4), 345-365, 2008
War stories: The causes and consequences of public views of war
MA Baum, TJ Groeling
Princeton University Press, 2009
Crossing the water's edge: Elite rhetoric, media coverage, and the rally-round-the-flag phenomenon
T Groeling, MA Baum
The Journal of Politics 70 (4), 1065-1085, 2008
Shot by the messenger: Partisan cues and public opinion regarding national security and war
MA Baum, T Groeling
Political Behavior 31 (2), 157-186, 2009
Is network news coverage of the president biased?
T Groeling, S Kernell
The Journal of Politics 60 (4), 1063-1087, 1998
Who's the fairest of them all? An empirical test for partisan bias on ABC, CBS, NBC, and Fox News
T Groeling
Presidential Studies Quarterly 38 (4), 631-657, 2008
When politicians attack: Party cohesion in the media
T Groeling
Cambridge University Press, 2010
Reality asserts itself: Public opinion on Iraq and the elasticity of reality
MA Baum, T Groeling
International Organization 64 (3), 443-479, 2010
Media bias by the numbers: Challenges and opportunities in the empirical study of partisan news
T Groeling
Annual Review of Political Science 16, 129-151, 2013
Virtual discussion: Web-based discussion forums in political science
T Groeling
Journalists’ incentives and media coverage of elite foreign policy evaluations
T Groeling, MA Baum
Conflict Management and Peace Science 26 (5), 437-470, 2009
Congress, the president, and party competition via network news
T Groeling, S Kernell
Polarized politics: Congress and the President in a partisan era, 73-95, 2000
What gets covered? How media coverage of elite debate drives the rally-'round-the-flag phenomenon: 1979-1998
MA Baum, T Groeling
In the public domain: Presidents and the challenges of public leadership, 71-106, 2005
Barbarians inside the gates: Partisan new media and the polarization of American political discourse
MA Baum, T Groeling
APSA Proceedings 30, 2007
Crossing the water's edge: Elite rhetoric, media coverage and the rally-round-the-flag phenomenon, 1979-2003
M Baum, T Groeling
KSG Working Paper No. RWP07-013, 2007
When politicians attack: The causes, contours, and consequences of partisan political communication.
TJ Groeling
Iraq and the “Fox effect”: An examination of polarizing media and public support for international conflict
MA Baum, T Groeling
annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, 2007
War stories: the causes and consequences of public views of war
TJ Groeling
Princeton University Press, 2010
Partisan news before Fox: newspaper partisanship and partisan polarization, 1881-1972
T Groeling, M Baum
APSA 2013 Annual Meeting Paper, 2013
Who cleans up when the party's over? The decline of partisan media and rise of split-ticket voting in the 20th century
T Groeling, E Engstrom
The Decline of Partisan Media and Rise of Split-Ticket Voting in the 20th …, 2009
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