Joshua P. Darr
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Newspaper closures polarize voting behavior
JP Darr, MP Hitt, JL Dunaway
Journal of Communication 68 (6), 1007-1028, 2018
Relying on the ground game: The placement and effect of campaign field offices
JP Darr, MS Levendusky
American Politics Research 42 (3), 529-548, 2014
Checking facts and fighting back: Why journalists should defend their profession
RJ Pingree, B Watson, M Sui, K Searles, NP Kalmoe, JP Darr, M Santia, ...
PloS one 13 (12), e0208600, 2018
Presence to Press: How Campaigns Earn Local Media
JP Darr
Political Communication 33 (3), 503-522, 2016
Who'll stop the rain? Repeated disasters and attitudes toward government
JP Darr, SD Cate, DS Moak
Social Science Quarterly 100 (7), 2581-2593, 2019
As Seen on TV? How Gatekeeping Makes the US House Seem More Extreme
J Padgett, JL Dunaway, JP Darr
Journal of Communication 69 (6), 696-719, 2019
Resurgent mass partisanship revisited: The role of media choice in clarifying elite ideology
JP Darr, JL Dunaway
American Politics Research 46 (6), 943-970, 2018
Reports from the Field: Earned Local Media in Presidential Campaigns
JP Darr
Presidential Studies Quarterly 48 (2), 225-247, 2018
Collision with collusion: Partisan reaction to the Trump-Russia scandal
JP Darr, NP Kalmoe, K Searles, M Sui, RJ Pingree, BK Watson, K Bryanov, ...
Perspectives on Politics 17 (3), 772-787, 2019
Using the Local News: Campaigns, Newspapers, and Accountability
JP Darr
Earning Iowa: Local Newspapers and the Invisible Primary
JP Darr
Social Science Quarterly 100 (1), 320-327, 2019
Crime News Effects and Democratic Accountability: Experimental Evidence From Repeated Exposure in a Multiweek Online Panel
NP Kalmoe, RJ Pingree, B Watson, M Sui, J Darr, K Searles
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 31 (3), 506-527, 2019
Home Style Opinion: How Local Newspapers Can Slow Polarization
JP Darr, MP Hitt, JL Dunaway
Cambridge University Press, 2021
Partisan media effects beyond one-shot experimental designs
K Searles, JP Darr, M Sui, N Kalmoe, R Pingree, B Watson
Political Science Research and Methods, 1-9, 2021
Surprising News: How the Media Affect—and Do Not Affect—Politics by Kenneth Newton. Boulder, CO, Lynne Rienner, 2019. 271 pp. Paper, $28.50.
JP Darr
Political Science Quarterly 135 (4), 754-756, 2020
Seeing Spanish: The Effects of Language-Based Media Choices on Resentment and Belonging
JP Darr, BN Perry, JL Dunaway, M Sui
Political Communication 37 (4), 488-511, 2020
Polls and Elections: Abandoning the Ground Game? Field Organization in the 2016 Election
JP Darr
Presidential Studies Quarterly 50 (1), 163-175, 2020
Should Campaigns Respond to Electability Arguments?
JP Darr, RL Stiles
Journal of Political Marketing, 1-15, 2018
Kevin Arceneaux and Ryan Vander Wielen. Taming Intuition: How Reflection Minimizes Partisan Reasoning and Promotes Democratic Accountability. New York: Cambridge University …
JP Darr
Public Opinion Quarterly 82 (2), 404-406, 2018
Targeting local newspapers can be an effective tactic forcampaign field offices
J Darr
USApp–American Politics and Policy Blog, 2016
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