Lauren Feldman
Lauren Feldman
Associate Professor, Rutgers University School of Communication & Information
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Climate on Cable The Nature and Impact of Global Warming Coverage on Fox News, CNN, and MSNBC
L Feldman, EW Maibach, C Roser-Renouf, A Leiserowitz
The International Journal of Press/Politics 17 (1), 3-31, 2012
An attack on science? Media use, trust in scientists, and perceptions of global warming
JD Hmielowski, L Feldman, TA Myers, A Leiserowitz, E Maibach
Public Understanding of Science 23 (7), 866-883, 2014
Schools as incubators of democratic participation: Building long-term political efficacy with civic education
J Pasek, L Feldman, D Romer, KH Jamieson
Applied Development Science 12 (1), 26-37, 2008
Late-night comedy as a gateway to traditional news: An analysis of time trends in news attention among late-night comedy viewers during the 2004 presidential primaries
L Feldman, DG Young
Political Communication 25 (4), 401-422, 2008
Open to Exploitation: America's Shoppers Online and Offline
J Turow, L Feldman, K Meltzer
A Report from the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of …, 2005
The Mutual Reinforcement of Media Selectivity and Effects: Testing the Reinforcing Spirals Framework in the Context of Global Warming
L Feldman, TA Myers, JD Hmielowski, A Leiserowitz
Journal of Communication 64 (4), 590-611, 2014
The news about comedy Young audiences, The Daily Show, and evolving notions of journalism
L Feldman
Journalism 8 (4), 406-427, 2007
Identifying best practices in civic education: Lessons from the Student Voices Program
L Feldman, J Pasek, D Romer, KH Jamieson
American Journal of Education 114 (1), 75-100, 2007
Threat Without Efficacy? Climate Change on US Network News
PS Hart, L Feldman
Science Communication 36 (3), 325-351, 2014
Partisan differences in opinionated news perceptions: A test of the hostile media effect
L Feldman
Political Behavior 33 (3), 407-432, 2011
The opinion factor: The effects of opinionated news on information processing and attitude change
L Feldman
Political Communication 28 (2), 163-181, 2011
Confusion or enlightenment? How exposure to disagreement moderates the effects of political discussion and media use on candidate knowledge
L Feldman, V Price
Communication Research 35 (1), 61-87, 2008
Polarizing news? Representations of threat and efficacy in leading US newspapers’ coverage of climate change
L Feldman, PS Hart, T Milosevic
Public Understanding of Science 26 (4), 481-497, 2017
Using political efficacy messages to increase climate activism: The mediating role of emotions
L Feldman, PS Hart
Science Communication 38 (1), 99-127, 2016
Learning about Politics from The Daily Show: The Role of Viewer Orientation and Processing Motivations
L Feldman
Mass Communication and Society 16 (4), 586-607, 2013
Do hostile media perceptions lead to action? The role of hostile media perceptions, political efficacy, and ideology in predicting climate change activism
L Feldman, PS Hart, A Leiserowitz, E Maibach, C Roser-Renouf
Communication Research 44 (8), 1099-1124, 2017
The Impact of Climate Change–Related Imagery and Text on Public Opinion and Behavior Change
PS Hart, L Feldman
Science Communication 38 (4), 415-441, 2016
Partisan News and Political Participation: Exploring Mediated Relationships
M Wojcieszak, B Bimber, L Feldman, NJ Stroud
Political Communication 33 (2), 241-260, 2016
Assessing Selective Exposure in Experiments: The Implications of Different Methodological Choices
L Feldman, NJ Stroud, B Bimber, M Wojcieszak
Communication Methods and Measures 7 (3), 198-220, 2013
Is There Any Hope? How Climate Change News Imagery and Text Influence Audience Emotions and Support for Climate Mitigation Policies
L Feldman, P Hart
Risk Analysis 38 (3), 585-602, 2018
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