Lilach Nir
Lilach Nir
Associate Professor of Communication and Political Science, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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Does disagreement contribute to more deliberative opinion?
V Price, JN Cappella, L Nir
Political communication 19 (1), 95-112, 2002
5312002
Argument repertoire as a reliable and valid measure of opinion quality: Electronic dialogue during campaign 2000
JN Cappella, V Price, L Nir
Political Communication 19 (1), 73-93, 2002
2972002
Normative and informational influences in online political discussions
V Price, L Nir, JN Cappella
Communication Theory 16 (1), 47-74, 2006
2392006
Framing public discussion of gay civil unions
V Price, L Nir, JN Cappella
Public Opinion Quarterly 69 (2), 179-212, 2005
2272005
Ambivalent social networks and their consequences for participation
L Nir
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 17 (4), 422-442, 2005
2242005
The Internet and the family: The view from parents, the view from kids
J Turrow, L Nir
Phildelphia: Annemberg Public Policy Center, 2000
195*2000
Motivated reasoning and public opinion perception
L Nir
Public Opinion Quarterly 75 (3), 504-532, 2011
1412011
Not Necessarily the News: Does Fictional Television Influence Real-World Policy Preferences?
DC Mutz, L Nir
Mass Communication and Society 13 (2), 196-217, 2010
1282010
Disagreement and Opposition in Social Networks: Does Disagreement Discourage Turnout?
L Nir
Political Studies 59 (3), 674-692, 2011
1212011
Campaign mixed-message flows and timing of vote decision
L Nir, JN Druckman
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 20 (3), 326-346, 2008
972008
Cross-national differences in political discussion: Can political systems narrow deliberation gaps?
L Nir
Journal of Communication 62 (3), 553-570, 2012
482012
The Internet and the family: The view of US parents
J Turow, L Nir
Children in the new media landscape, 331-348, 2000
342000
Cross-national evidence of a negativity bias in psychophysiological reactions to news
S Soroka, P Fournier, L Nir
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (38), 18888-18892, 2019
302019
How institutions affect gender gaps in public opinion expression
L Nir, SD McClurg
Public Opinion Quarterly 79 (2), 544-567, 2015
222015
Public space: How shared news landscapes close gaps in political engagement
L Nir
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 56 (4), 578-596, 2012
212012
Receptivity to violence in ethnically divided societies: A micro-level mechanism of perceived horizontal inequalities
D Miodownik, L Nir
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 39 (1), 22-45, 2016
202016
Frames and reasoning: Two pathways from selective exposure to affective polarization
Y Tsfati, L Nir
International Journal of Communication 11, 22, 2017
192017
How politics-news parallelism invigorates partisanship strength
SN Horwitz, L Nir
International Political Science Review 36 (2), 153-167, 2015
182015
Do women and men respond differently to negative news?
S Soroka, E Gidengil, P Fournier, L Nir
Politics & Gender 12 (2), 344, 2016
162016
Bridging gaps in cross-cutting media exposure: The role of public service broadcasting
L Castro-Herrero, L Nir, M Skovsgaard
Political Communication 35 (4), 542-565, 2018
152018
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