Geoboo Song
Geoboo Song
@UArkansas PLSC/PUBP/STAN Associate Professor | @PSJ_Editor Associate Editor, University of Arkansas
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Making sense of climate change: How story frames shape cognition
MD Jones, G Song
Political Psychology 35 (4), 447-476, 2014
Understanding public perceptions of benefits and risks of childhood vaccinations in the United States
G Song
Risk Analysis 34 (3), 541-555, 2014
Reconsidering the relationship between cultural theory, political ideology, and political knowledge
JT Ripberger, G Song, MC Nowlin, MD Jones, HC Jenkins‐Smith
Social Science Quarterly 93 (3), 713-731, 2012
Cultural worldview and preference for childhood vaccination policy
G Song, CL Silva, HC Jenkins‐Smith
Policy Studies Journal 42 (4), 528-554, 2014
Public Support for Campaign Finance Reform: The Role of Policy Narratives, Cultural Predispositions, and Political Knowledge in Collective Policy Preference Formation
PD Jorgensen, G Song, MD Jones
Social Science Quarterly 99 (1), 216-230, 2018
Understanding local policy elites’ perceptions on the benefits and risks associated with high‐voltage power line installations in the state of Arkansas
RM Moyer, G Song
Risk Analysis 36 (10), 1983-1999, 2016
The Origin and Role of Trust in Local Policy Elites’ Perceptions of High‐Voltage Power Line Installations in the State of Arkansas
C Tumlison, RM Moyer, G Song
Risk Analysis 37 (5), 1018-1036, 2017
Down the line: Assessing the trajectory of energy policy research development
J Kester III, R Moyer, G Song
Policy Studies Journal 43 (S1), S40-S55, 2015
Fracking Bad Guys: The Role of Narrative Character Affect in Shaping Hydraulic Fracturing Policy Preferences.
C Zanocco, G Song, M Jones
Policy Studies Journal 46 (4), 978-999, 2018
Cultural Values, Trust, and Benefit-Risk Perceptions of Hydraulic Fracturing: A Comparative Analysis of Policy Elites and the General Public.
C Tumlison, G Song
Risk Analysis 39 (3), 511-534, 2019
Cultural predispositions, specific affective feelings, and benefit–risk perceptions: explicating local policy elites’ perceived utility of high voltage power line installations
RM Moyer, G Song
Journal of Risk Research 22 (4), 416-43, 2019
What explains local policy elites’ preferences toward renewable energy/energy efficiency policy?
C Tumlison, ED Button, G Song, J Kester III
Energy Policy 117, 377-386, 2018
Fracking Bad Guys: Narrative Character Affect in Public Opinion about Hydraulic Fracturing
C Zanocco, G Song, M Jones
Political Ideology, Cultural Orientation, and Vaccination Policy Preferences
HC Jenkins-Smith, CL Silva, G Song
The 69th annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA), 2011
Prospects for Campaign Finance Reform: the role of political knowledge, attitudes, and narratives in collective policy formation
P Jorgensen, G Song, MD Jones
Soc Sci Quar. early view. https://doi. org/10.1111/ssqu 12357, 2017
A Second Look at the Relationship between Cultural Theory, Political Ideology, and Political Knowledge
JT Ripberger, G Song, M Nowlin, MD Jones, HC Jenkins-Smith
Making Sense of Climate Change: How Story Frames Help Cognitively Organize Relevant Concepts and Information for the Public
MD Jones, G Song
Chicago: Midwest Political Science Association, 2011
Ideological Orientations, LGBT Contact, and Formation of LGBT Policy Position
B Kordsmeier, C Tumlison, G Song
Social Science Quarterly 100 (3), 779-792, 2019
Bureaucratic Accountability and Disaster Response: Why Did the Korea Coast Guard Fail in Its Rescue Mission During the Sewol Ferry Accident?
J Jin, G Song
Risk, Hazards & Crisis in Public Policy, 2017
Understanding Environmentalism: The Impacts of Cultural Worldview, Party Identification, and Religious Affiliation on Environmental Concern
G Song, T Conner
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