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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
8862014
Scientific knowledge and attitude change: The impact of a citizen science project
D Brossard, B Lewenstein, R Bonney
International Journal of Science Education 27 (9), 1099-1121, 2005
8512005
Framing science: The stem cell controversy in an age of press/politics
MC Nisbet, D Brossard, A Kroepsch
Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 8 (2), 36-70, 2003
6002003
Are issue-cycles culturally constructed? A comparison of French and American coverage of global climate change
D Brossard, J Shanahan, K McComas
Mass communication & society 7 (3), 359-377, 2004
5292004
Social structure and citizenship: Examining the impacts of social setting, network heterogeneity, and informational variables on political participation
DA Scheufele, MC Nisbet, D Brossard, EC Nisbet
Political Communication, 21 (3), 315-338, 2004
4832004
Science, new media, and the public
D Brossard, DA Scheufele
science 339 (6115), 40-41, 2013
4782013
New media landscapes and the science information consumer
D Brossard
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (supplement_3), 14096-14101, 2013
4612013
Knowledge, reservations, or promise? A media effects model for public perceptions of science and technology
MC Nisbet, DA Scheufele, J Shanahan, P Moy, D Brossard, ...
Communication Research 29 (5), 584-608, 2002
4302002
Deference to scientific authority among a low information public: Understanding US opinion on agricultural biotechnology
D Brossard, MC Nisbet
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 19 (1), 24-52, 2007
4082007
A critical appraisal of models of public understanding of science: Using practice to inform theory
D Brossard, BV Lewenstein
Communicating science, 25-53, 2009
3652009
Religiosity as a perceptual filter: Examining processes of opinion formation about nanotechnology
D Brossard, DA Scheufele, E Kim, BV Lewenstein
Public Understanding of Science 18 (5), 546-558, 2009
3412009
Media coverage of public health epidemics: Linking framing and issue attention cycle toward an integrated theory of print news coverage of epidemics
TJ Shih, R Wijaya, D Brossard
Mass Communication & Society 11 (2), 141-160, 2008
3302008
Effects of value predispositions, mass media use, and knowledge on public attitudes toward embryonic stem cell research
SS Ho, D Brossard, DA Scheufele
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 20 (2), 171-192, 2008
3262008
Democracy based on difference: Examining the links between structural heterogeneity, heterogeneity of discussion networks, and democratic citizenship
DA Scheufele, BW Hardy, D Brossard, IS Waismel-Manor, E Nisbet
Journal of Communication 56 (4), 728-753, 2006
3162006
Interactions with the mass media
HP Peters, D Brossard, S De Cheveigné, S Dunwoody, M Kallfass, ...
Science 321 (5886), 204-205, 2008
3102008
Fact-checking as risk communication: the multi-layered risk of misinformation in times of COVID-19
NM Krause, I Freiling, B Beets, D Brossard
Journal of Risk Research 23 (7-8), 1052-1059, 2020
2472020
Reporting a potential pandemic: A risk-related assessment of avian influenza coverage in US newspapers
AD Dudo, MF Dahlstrom, D Brossard
Science communication 28 (4), 429-454, 2007
2312007
Pathways to political participation? Religion, communication contexts, and mass media
DA Scheufele, MC Nisbet, D Brossard
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 15 (3), 300-324, 2003
1992003
Are social norms campaigns really magic bullets? Assessing the effects of students' misperceptions on drinking behavior
S Campo, D Brossard, MS Frazer, T Marchell, D Lewis, J Talbot
Health Communication 15 (4), 481-497, 2003
1822003
Science-media interface: It's time to reconsider
HP Peters, D Brossard, S De Cheveigné, S Dunwoody, M Kallfass, ...
Science Communication 30 (2), 266-276, 2008
1792008
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