Ashley A. Anderson
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The “nasty effect:” Online incivility and risk perceptions of emerging technologies
AA Anderson, D Brossard, DA Scheufele, MA Xenos, P Ladwig
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 19 (3), 373-387, 2014
Engaging citizens: The high cost of citizen participation in high technology
DL Kleinman, JA Delborne, AA Anderson
Public understanding of science 20 (2), 221-240, 2011
Coverage of emerging technologies: A comparison between print and online media
MA Cacciatore, AA Anderson, DH Choi, D Brossard, DA Scheufele, ...
New media & society 14 (6), 1039-1059, 2012
The changing information environment for nanotechnology: Online audiences and content
AA Anderson, D Brossard, DA Scheufele
Journal of Nanoparticle Research 12 (4), 1083-1094, 2010
Toxic talk: How online incivility can undermine perceptions of media
AA Anderson, SK Yeo, D Brossard, DA Scheufele, MA Xenos
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 30 (1), 156-168, 2018
The role of media and deference to scientific authority in cultivating trust in sources of information about emerging technologies
AA Anderson, DA Scheufele, D Brossard, EA Corley
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 24 (2), 225-237, 2012
Social media, science, and attack discourse: How Twitter discussions of climate change use sarcasm and incivility
AA Anderson, HE Huntington
Science Communication 39 (5), 598-620, 2017
Virtual deliberation? Prospects and challenges for integrating the Internet in consensus conferences
JA Delborne, AA Anderson, DL Kleinman, M Colin, M Powell
Public understanding of science 20 (3), 367-384, 2011
What’s in a name? Global warming vs. climate change
A Leiserowitz, G Feinberg, S Rosenthal, N Smith, A Anderson, ...
Yale Project on Climate Change Communication, 2014
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
Imagining ordinary citizens? Conceptualized and actual participants for deliberations on emerging technologies
M Powell, M Colin, D Lee Kleinman, J Delborne, A Anderson
Science as Culture 20 (1), 37-70, 2011
Narrowing the nano discourse?
P Ladwig, AA Anderson, D Brossard, DA Scheufele, B Shaw
Materials Today 13 (5), 52-54, 2010
Issue-specific engagement: How Facebook contributes to opinion leadership and efficacy on energy and climate issues
EK Vraga, AA Anderson, JE Kotcher, EW Maibach
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 12 (2), 200-218, 2015
Value predispositions as perceptual filters: Comparing of public attitudes toward nanotechnology in the United States and Singapore
X Liang, SS Ho, D Brossard, MA Xenos, DA Scheufele, AA Anderson, ...
Public Understanding of Science 24 (5), 582-600, 2015
Effects of social media use on climate change opinion, knowledge, and behavior
AA Anderson
Oxford research encyclopedia of climate science, 2017
Predictors of trust in the general science and climate science research of US federal agencies
TA Myers, J Kotcher, N Stenhouse, AA Anderson, E Maibach, L Beall, ...
Public Understanding of Science 26 (7), 843-860, 2017
Stimulating upstream engagement: An experimental study of nanotechnology information seeking
MA Xenos, AB Becker, AA Anderson, D Brossard, DA Scheufele
Social Science Quarterly 92 (5), 1191-1214, 2011
Not just funny after all: Sarcasm as a catalyst for public engagement with climate change
AA Anderson, AB Becker
Science Communication 40 (4), 524-540, 2018
News coverage of controversial emerging technologies: Evidence for the issue attention cycle in print and online media
AA Anderson, D Brossard, DA Scheufele
Politics and the Life Sciences 31 (1-2), 87-96, 2012
Information beyond the forum: Motivations, strategies, and impacts of citizen participants seeking information during a consensus conference
AA Anderson, J Delborne, DL Kleinman
Public Understanding of Science 22 (8), 955-970, 2013
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