Nan Li
Nan Li
Assistant Professor, Life Sciences Communication, University of Wisconsin-Madison
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Tweeting nano: How public discourses about nanotechnology develop in social media environments
KK Runge, SK Yeo, M Cacciatore, DA Scheufele, D Brossard, M Xenos, ...
Journal of nanoparticle research 15 (1), 1-11, 2013
Cross-pressuring conservative Catholics? Effects of Pope Francis’ encyclical on the US public opinion on climate change
N Li, J Hilgard, DA Scheufele, KM Winneg, KH Jamieson
Climatic Change 139 (3), 367-380, 2016
How do US state residents form opinions about ‘fracking’in social contexts? A multilevel analysis
EL Howell, N Li, H Akin, DA Scheufele, MA Xenos, D Brossard
Energy Policy 106, 345-355, 2017
Media coverage and government policy of nuclear power in the People's Republic of China
Y Wang, N Li, J Li
Progress in Nuclear Energy 77, 214-223, 2014
Tweeting disaster: An analysis of online discourse about nuclear power in the wake of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident
N Li, H Akin, LYF Su, D Brossard, M Xenos, DA Scheufele
Journal of Science Communication 15 (5), A02, 2016
Channeling Science Information Seekers' Attention? A Content Analysis of Top-Ranked vs. Lower-Ranked Sites in Google
N Li, AA Anderson, D Brossard, DA Scheufele
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 19 (3), 562-575, 2014
Communicating data: interactive infographics, scientific data and credibility
N Li, D Brossard, DA Scheufele, PH Wilson, KM Rose
Journal of Science Communication 17 (2), A06, 2018
How do policymakers and think tank stakeholders prioritize the risks of the nuclear fuel cycle? A semantic network analysis
N Li, D Brossard, AA Anderson, DA Scheufele, KM Rose
Journal of Risk Research 21 (5), 599-621, 2018
Message framing and climate change communication: A meta-analytical review
N Li, LYF Su
Journal of Applied Communications 102 (3), 1c-1c, 2018
Measuring Interest in Science: The Science Curiosity Scale.
A Landrum, J Hilgard, H Akin, N Li, D Kahan
CogSci, 2016
Policymakers and stakeholders' perceptions of science-driven nuclear energy policy
N Li, D Brossard, DA Scheufele, PPH Wilson
Nuclear Engineering and Technology 50 (5), 773-779, 2018
Overcoming false causal attribution: Debunking the MMR–autism association
N Li, NJ Stroud, KH Jamieson
The Oxford Handbook of the Science of Science Communication, 433-444, 2017
A content analysis of antibiotic use in livestock in National US newspapers
GM Steede, C Meyers, N Li, E Irlbeck, S Gearhart
Journal of Applied Communications 103 (1), 2019
Policy decision-making, public involvement and nuclear energy: what do expert stakeholders think and why?
N Li, D Brossard, LYF Su, X Liang, M Xenos, DA Scheufele
Journal of Responsible Innovation 2 (3), 266-279, 2015
The effect of emphasizing credibility elements and the role of source gender on perceptions of source credibility
A Bigham, C Meyers, N Li, E Irlbeck
Journal of Applied Communications 103 (2), 2019
A recap: the science of communicating science
J Hilgard, N Li
The Oxford handbook of the science of science communication, 79, 2017
The Influence of Framing Effects on Public Opinion of Antibiotic use in Livestock.
GM Steede, C Meyers, N Li
Journal of Applied Communications 104 (2), NA-NA, 2020
Consumers' Evaluation of Animal Welfare Labels on Poultry Products.
R Powers, N Li, C Gibson, E Irlbeck
Journal of Applied Communications 104 (1), 1a-1a, 2020
Misleading or Informing? Examining the Effects of Labeling Design on Consumers' Perception of Gluten-Free Products and Wheat Safety.
K Cantrell, N Li, C Meyers, C Akers
Journal of Applied Communications 104 (1), 1g-1g, 2020
A sentiment and content analysis of Twitter content regarding the use of antibiotics in livestock
GM Steede, C Meyers, N Li, E Irlbeck, S Gearhart
Journal of Applied Communications 102 (4), 1B-1B, 2018
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