Emily Van Duyn
Emily Van Duyn
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Priming and fake news: The effects of elite discourse on evaluations of news media
E Van Duyn, J Collier
Mass Communication and Society 22 (1), 29-48, 2019
1522019
News commenters and news comment readers
NJ Stroud, E Van Duyn, C Peacock
Engaging News Project, 1-21, 2016
1022016
The gender gap in online news comment sections
E Van Duyn, C Peacock, NJ Stroud
Social Science Computer Review 39 (2), 181-196, 2021
202021
Survey of commenters and comment readers
NJ Stroud, E Van Duyn, C Peacock
Report, The University of Texas at Austin, US 14, 2016
192016
Hidden democracy: Political dissent in rural America
E Van Duyn
Journal of Communication 68 (5), 965-987, 2018
182018
Comment section survey across 20 news sites
NJ Stroud, E Van Duyn, A Alizor, A Alibhai, C Lang
Report published by the Center for Media Engagement, University of Texas at …, 2017
132017
Mainstream Marginalization: Secret Political Organizing Through Social Media
E Van Duyn
Social Media+ Society 6 (4), 2056305120981044, 2020
42020
Assessing the external validity of using news websites as experimental stimuli
NJ Stroud, E Van Duyn
Communication Methods and Measures 14 (3), 212-218, 2020
32020
Predicting perceptions of incivility across 20 news comment sections
E Van Duyn, A Muddiman
Journalism, 1464884920907779, 2020
32020
Networked silence: Political dissent in a digital era
EE Van Duyn
12019
Monitoring and correcting: why women read and men comment online
C Peacock, E Van Duyn
Information, Communication & Society, 1-16, 2021
2021
Democracy Lives in Darkness: How and Why People Keep Their Politics a Secret
E Van Duyn
Oxford University Press, 2021
2021
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