Daniel Stevens
Daniel Stevens
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The effects of efficacy and emotions on campaign involvement
TJ Rudolph, A Gangl, D Stevens
The Journal of Politics 62 (4), 1189-1197, 2000
1852000
The emotional foundation of political cognition: The impact of extrinsic anxiety on the formation of political tolerance judgments
GE Marcus, JL Sullivan, E Theiss‐Morse, D Stevens
Political Psychology 26 (6), 949-963, 2005
1502005
Authoritarian attitudes, democracy, and policy preferences among Latin American elites
D Stevens, BG Bishin, RR Barr
American Journal of Political Science 50 (3), 606-620, 2006
1132006
Character counts? Honesty and fairness in election 2000
BG Bishin, D Stevens, C Wilson
Public Opinion Quarterly 70 (2), 235-248, 2006
1042006
Vernacular theories of everyday (in) security: The disruptive potential of non-elite knowledge
N Vaughan-Williams, D Stevens
Security Dialogue 47 (1), 40-58, 2016
972016
What's good for the goose is bad for the gander: Negative political advertising, partisanship, and turnout
D Stevens, J Sullivan, B Allen, D Alger
The Journal of Politics 70 (2), 527-541, 2008
912008
Separate and unequal effects: Information, political sophistication and negative advertising in American elections
D Stevens
Political research quarterly 58 (3), 413-425, 2005
582005
Racism, sexism, and candidate evaluations in the 2008 US presidential election
CE Dwyer, D Stevens, JL Sullivan, B Allen
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 9 (1), 223-240, 2009
462009
Local news coverage in a social capital capital: election 2000 on Minnesota's local news stations
D Stevens, D Alger, B Allen, JL Sullivan
Political Communication 23 (1), 61-83, 2006
442006
Elements of negativity: Volume and proportion in exposure to negative advertising
D Stevens
Political Behavior 31 (3), 429-454, 2009
422009
Leadership traits and media influence in Britain
D Stevens, JA Karp
Political Studies 60 (4), 787-808, 2012
352012
Citizens and security threats: Issues, perceptions and consequences beyond the national frame
D Stevens, N Vaughan-Williams
British Journal of Political Science 46 (1), 149-175, 2016
342016
Measuring exposure to political advertising in surveys
D Stevens
Political Behavior 30 (1), 47-72, 2008
322008
Getting out the vote: minority mobilization in a presidential election
D Stevens, BG Bishin
Political Behavior 33 (1), 113-138, 2011
302011
Priming time for Blair? Media priming, Iraq, and leadership evaluations in Britain
D Stevens, S Banducci, J Karp, J Vowles
Electoral Studies 30 (3), 546-560, 2011
282011
Party leaders as movers and shakers in British campaigns? Results from the 2010 election
D Stevens, JA Karp, R Hodgson
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 21 (2), 125-145, 2011
272011
Tone versus information: Explaining the impact of negative political advertising
D Stevens
Journal of Political Marketing 11 (4), 322-352, 2012
262012
Everyday security threats: Perceptions, experiences, and consequences
D Stevens, N Vaughan-Williams
Everyday security threats, 2016
242016
Manipulated vs. measured: Using an experimental benchmark to investigate the performance of self-reported media exposure
J Jerit, J Barabas, W Pollock, S Banducci, D Stevens, M Schoonvelde
Communication Methods and Measures 10 (2-3), 99-114, 2016
222016
Local news and perceptions of the rhetoric of political advertising
B Allen, DP Stevens, G Marfleet, J Sullivan, D Alger
American Politics Research 35 (4), 506-540, 2007
222007
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