Kevin Munger
Kevin Munger
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Tweetment effects on the tweeted: Experimentally reducing racist harassment
K Munger
Political Behavior 39 (3), 629-649, 2017
Right-wing YouTube: A supply and demand perspective
K Munger, J Phillips
The International Journal of Press/Politics 27 (1), 186-219, 2022
How accurate are survey responses on social media and politics?
A Guess, K Munger, J Nagler, J Tucker
Political Communication 36 (2), 241-258, 2019
Elites Tweet to get feet off the streets: Measuring regime social media strategies during protest
K Munger, R Bonneau, J Nagler, J Tucker
Political Science Research and Methods, 1 - 20, 2018
All the news that’s fit to click: The economics of clickbait media
K Munger
Political Communication 37 (3), 376-397, 2020
Measuring and explaining political sophistication through textual complexity
K Benoit, K Munger, A Spirling
American Journal of Political Science 63 (2), 491-508, 2019
Don’t @ Me: Experimentally Reducing Partisan Incivility on Twitter
K Munger
Journal of Experimental Political Science, 2020
Meaningful measures of human society in the twenty-first century
D Lazer, E Hargittai, D Freelon, S Gonzalez-Bailon, K Munger, ...
Nature 595 (7866), 189-196, 2021
The limited value of non-replicable field experiments in contexts with low temporal validity
K Munger
Social Media+ Society 5 (3), 2056305119859294, 2019
The (null) effects of clickbait headlines on polarization, trust, and learning
K Munger, M Luca, J Nagler, J Tucker
Public opinion quarterly 84 (1), 49-73, 2020
Accessibility and generalizability: Are social media effects moderated by age or digital literacy?
K Munger, I Gopal, J Nagler, JA Tucker
Research & Politics 8 (2), 20531680211016968, 2021
Temporal validity in online social science
K Munger
Unpublished manuscript, 2018
Political knowledge and misinformation in the era of social media: Evidence from the 2015 UK election
K Munger, P Egan, J Nagler, J Ronan, JA Tucker
British Journal of Political Science, 2020
Digital literacy and online political behavior
AM Guess, K Munger
Political Science Research and Methods, 1-19, 2020
Tweeting for peace: Experimental evidence from the 2016 Colombian Plebiscite
J Gallego, JD Martínez, K Munger, M Vásquez-Cortés
Electoral Studies 62, 102072, 2019
Quantitative description of digital media: A modest proposal to disrupt academic publishing
K Munger, AM Guess, E Hargittai
Journal of Quantitative Description, 1-13, 2021
Fifteen seconds of fame: TikTok and the supply side of social video
B Guinaudeau, F Votta, K Munger
., 2021
# polisci Twitter: A Descriptive Analysis of How Political Scientists Use Twitter in 2019
J Bisbee, J Larson, K Munger
Perspectives on Politics, 1-22, 2020
This researcher programmed bots to fight racism on Twitter. it worked
K Munger
Washington Post, 2016
Political Deepfake Videos Misinform the Public, But No More than Other Fake Media
S Barari, C Lucas, K Munger
OSF Preprints. doi 10, 2021
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