Dhavan Shah
Dhavan Shah
Maier-Bascom Professor; Director, Mass Communication Research Center; Scientific Director, Center
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"Connecting" and" Disconnecting" with Civic Life: Patterns of Internet Use and the Production of Social Capital
D V. Shah, Nojin Kwak, R. Lance Holbert
Political communication 18 (2), 141-162, 2001
14552001
Information and Expression in a Digital Age: Modeling Internet Effects on Civic Participation
DV Shah, J Cho, WP Eveland, N Kwak
Communication research 32 (5), 531-565, 2005
12822005
The personalization of politics: Political identity, social media, and changing patterns of participation
WL Bennett
The annals of the American academy of political and social science 644 (1 …, 2012
10342012
Communication, context, and community: An exploration of print, broadcast, and Internet influences
DV Shah, JM McLeod, SH Yoon
Communication research 28 (4), 464-506, 2001
8742001
News framing and cueing of issue regimes: Explaining Clinton's public approval in spite of scandal
DV Shah, MD Watts, D Domke, DP Fan
Public opinion quarterly 66 (3), 339-370, 2002
5032002
A smartphone application to support recovery from alcoholism: a randomized clinical trial
DH Gustafson, FM McTavish, MY Chih, AK Atwood, RA Johnson, ...
JAMA psychiatry 71 (5), 566-572, 2014
5002014
Digital democracy: Reimagining pathways to political participation
H Gil de Zúñiga, A Veenstra, E Vraga, D Shah
Journal of information technology & politics 7 (1), 36-51, 2010
5002010
Civic engagement, interpersonal trust, and television use: An individual‐level assessment of social capital
DV Shah
Political Psychology 19 (3), 469-496, 1998
4881998
Campaign ads, online messaging, and participation: Extending the communication mediation model
DV Shah, J Cho, S Nah, MR Gotlieb, H Hwang, NJ Lee, RM Scholl, ...
Journal of communication 57 (4), 676-703, 2007
4282007
Personality strength and social capital: The role of dispositional and informational variables in the production of civic participation
DA Scheufele, DV Shah
Communication research 27 (2), 107-131, 2000
3952000
Assessing causality in the cognitive mediation model: A panel study of motivations, information processing, and learning during campaign 2000
WP Eveland Jr, DV Shah, N Kwak
Communication Research 30 (4), 359-386, 2003
3652003
Media priming effects: Accessibility, association, and activation
D Domke, DV Shah, DB Wackman
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 10 (1), 51-74, 1998
3601998
For the good of others: Censorship and the third-person effect
H Rojas, DV Shah, RJ Faber
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 8 (2), 163-186, 1996
3601996
Campaigns, reflection, and deliberation: Advancing an OSROR model of communication effects
J Cho, DV Shah, JM McLeod, DM McLeod, RM Scholl, MR Gotlieb
Communication theory 19 (1), 66-88, 2009
3382009
The impact of individual and interpersonal factors on perceived news media bias
WP Eveland Jr, DV Shah
Political psychology 24 (1), 101-117, 2003
3312003
Elite cues and media bias in presidential campaigns: Explaining public perceptions of a liberal press
MD Watts, D Domke, DV Shah, DP Fan
Communication Research 26 (2), 144-175, 1999
3071999
Framing and the public agenda: Media effects on the importance of the federal budget deficit
AE Jasperson, DV Shah, M Watts, RJ Faber, DP Fan
Political Communication 15 (2), 205-224, 1998
3031998
Understanding the relationship between communication and political knowledge: A model comparison approach using panel data
WP Eveland Jr, AF Hayes, DV Shah, N Kwak
Political Communication 22 (4), 423-446, 2005
2972005
Environmental concern, patterns of television viewing, and pro-environmental behaviors: Integrating models of media consumption and effects
RL Holbert, N Kwak, DV Shah
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 47 (2), 177-196, 2003
2902003
“To thine own self be true” values, framing, and voter decision-making strategies
DV Shah, D Domke, DB Wackman
Communication Research 23 (5), 509-560, 1996
2891996
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