Magdalena Wojcieszak
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Online groups and political discourse: Do online discussion spaces facilitate exposure to political disagreement?
ME Wojcieszak, DC Mutz
Journal of communication 59 (1), 40-56, 2009
‘Don’t talk to me’: Effects of ideologically homogeneous online groups and politically dissimilar offline ties on extremism
M Wojcieszak
New Media & Society 12 (4), 637-655, 2010
Online versus face-to-face deliberation: Who? Why? What? With what effects?
YM Baek, M Wojcieszak, MX Delli Carpini
New media & society 14 (3), 363-383, 2012
“Carrying online participation offline”—Mobilization by radical online groups and politically dissimilar offline ties
M Wojcieszak
Journal of Communication 59 (3), 564-586, 2009
Deliberation and attitude polarization
M Wojcieszak
Journal of Communication 61 (4), 596-617, 2011
Don’t expect too much! Learning from late-night comedy and knowledge item difficulty
YM Baek, ME Wojcieszak
Communication Research 36 (6), 783-809, 2009
Participation, representation and expertise: Citizen preferences for political decision‐making processes
J Font, M Wojcieszak, CJ Navarro
Political Studies 63, 153-172, 2015
Will politics be tweeted? New media use by Iranian youth in 2011
M Wojcieszak, B Smith
New media & society 16 (1), 91-109, 2014
What underlies the false consensus effect? How personal opinion and disagreement affect perception of public opinion
M Wojcieszak, V Price
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 21 (1), 25-46, 2009
False consensus goes online: Impact of ideologically homogeneous groups on false consensus
M Wojcieszak
Public Opinion Quarterly 72 (4), 781-791, 2008
Bridging the divide or intensifying the conflict? How disagreement affects strong predilections about sexual minorities
M Wojcieszak, V Price
Political Psychology 31 (3), 315-339, 2010
Partisan news and political participation: Exploring mediated relationships
M Wojcieszak, B Bimber, L Feldman, NJ Stroud
Political Communication 33 (2), 241-260, 2016
Social identity, selective exposure, and affective polarization: How priming national identity shapes attitudes toward immigrants via news selection
M Wojcieszak, RK Garrett
Human communication research 44 (3), 247-273, 2018
Why are “others” so polarized? Perceived political polarization and media use in 10 countries
JH Yang, H Rojas, M Wojcieszak, T Aalberg, S Coen, J Curran, K Hayashi, ...
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 21 (5), 349-367, 2016
Assessing selective exposure in experiments: The implications of different methodological choices
L Feldman, NJ Stroud, B Bimber, M Wojcieszak
Communication Methods and Measures 7 (3-4), 172-194, 2013
Deliberative and participatory democracy? Ideological strength and the processes leading from deliberation to political engagement
ME Wojcieszak, YM Baek, MXD Carpini
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 22 (2), 154-180, 2010
How to improve attitudes toward disliked groups: The effects of narrative versus numerical evidence on political persuasion
M Wojcieszak, N Kim
Communication Research 43 (6), 785-809, 2016
Al Jazeera: A challenge to the traditional framing research
M Wojcieszak
International Communication Gazette 69 (2), 115-128, 2007
I saw you in the news: Mediated and direct intergroup contact improve outgroup attitudes
M Wojcieszak, R Azrout
Journal of Communication 66 (6), 1032-1060, 2016
Pulling Toward or Pulling Away: Deliberation, Disagreement, and Opinion Extremity in Political Participation*
M Wojcieszak
Social Science Quarterly 92 (1), 207-225, 2011
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