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The correspondent, the combatant, and the comic : how moderator style and guest civility shape news credibility
Tailored within the increasingly competitive news environment, televised interview programs have adopted a range of moderating styles, heralding a rise in "combatant" and "comic" moderators to complement the conventional ...
Mapping the Political Twitterverse : Finding Connections Between Political Elites
Twitter provides a new and important tool for political actors, and is increasingly being used as such. In the 2010 midterm elections, the vast majority of candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives and virtually all ...
Historical Syntax : Types of explanation in history
(Linguistic Society of America, 2013-12)
This article examines the ways in which explanation has been achieved in scientific work on language change over the last two hundred years. Explanations have come in many forms and at many levels and are greatly influenced ...
(Cambridge University Press, 2011)
Agenda setting in a digital age : tracking attention to California Proposition 8 in social media, online news, and conventional news
(Policy Studies Organization, 2010)
This study compares the agenda-setting cues of traditional media alongside those of online media in general and social media in particular. The main line of inquiry concerns (a) whether people posting content to openly ...
Designing Sustainable Urban Systems: Features, Metrics, and Processes — Final Report
(National Science Foundation, 2020-01-14)
This conference was undertaken to begin coalescing a multi-site, multidisciplinary, research network specifically aimed at defining the necessary and sufficient elements of a “sustainable urban system.” By convening a ...