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A multiperspectival approach to framing analysis: A field guide
JK Hertog, DM McLeod
Framing public life, 157-178, 2001
7762001
Framing effects of television news coverage of social protest
DM McLeod, BH Detenber
Journal of communication 49 (3), 3-23, 1999
7551999
Campaign ads, online messaging, and participation: Extending the communication mediation model
DV Shah, J Cho, S Nah, MR Gotlieb, H Hwang, NJ Lee, RM Scholl, ...
Journal of communication 57 (4), 676-703, 2007
5142007
Support for censorship of violent and misogynic rap lyrics: An analysis of the third-person effect
DM McLeod, WP Eveland Jr, AI Nathanson
Communication Research 24 (2), 153-174, 1997
4711997
Social-psychological influences on opinion expression in face-to-face and computer-mediated communication
SS Ho, DM McLeod
Communication research 35 (2), 190-207, 2008
4692008
Campaigns, reflection, and deliberation: Advancing an OSROR model of communication effects
J Cho, DV Shah, JM McLeod, DM McLeod, RM Scholl, MR Gotlieb
Communication theory 19 (1), 66-88, 2009
4292009
Social control, social change and the mass media’s role in the regulation of protest groups
DM McLeod, JK Hertog
Mass media, social control, and social change: A macrosocial perspective 305 …, 1999
4181999
The manufacture ofpublic opinion'by reporters: informal cues for public perceptions of protest groups
DM McLeod, JK Hertog
Discourse & Society 3 (3), 259-275, 1992
3841992
Political consumerism: How communication and consumption orientations drive “lifestyle politics”
DV Shah, DM McLeod, E Kim, SY Lee, MR Gotlieb, SS Ho, H Breivik
The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 611 (1 …, 2007
351*2007
Resurveying the boundaries of political communication effects
DM McLeod, GM Kosicki, JM McLeod
Media effects, 225-278, 2002
3382002
Rethinking the social distance corollary: Perceived likelihood of expsoure and the third-person perception
WP Eveland Jr, AI Nathanson, BH Detenber, DM McLeod
Communication Research 26 (3), 275-302, 1999
3301999
Media, terrorism, and emotionality: Emotional differences in media content and public reactions to the September 11th terrorist attacks
J Cho, MP Boyle, H Keum, MD Shevy, DM McLeod, DV Shah, Z Pan
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 47 (3), 309-327, 2003
3112003
The expanding boundaries of political communication effects
JM McLeod, GM Kosicki, DM McLeod
Media effects: Advances in theory and research, 123-162, 1994
2921994
Behind the third‐person effect: Differentiating perceptual processes for self and other
DM McLeod, BH Detenber, WP Eveland Jr
Journal of Communication 51 (4), 678-695, 2001
2652001
Profile: Gender stereotypes in MTV commercials: The beat goes on
N Signorielli, D McLeod, E Healy
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 38 (1), 91-101, 1994
2511994
News coverage and social protest: How the media's protect paradigm exacerbates social conflict
DM McLeod
J. Disp. REsOL., 185, 2007
2062007
Framing policy debates: Issue dualism, journalistic frames, and opinions on controversial policy issues
NJ Lee, DM McLeod, DV Shah
Communication Research 35 (5), 695-718, 2008
2052008
Communicating deviance: The effects of television news coverage of social protest
DM McLeod
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 39 (1), 4-19, 1995
1981995
Anarchists wreak havoc in downtown Minneapolis: A multi-level study of media coverage of radical protest
JK Hertog, DM McLeod
Journalism and Communication Monographs 151, 1995
1941995
Adherence to the protest paradigm: The influence of protest goals and tactics on news coverage in US and international newspapers
MP Boyle, DM McLeod, CL Armstrong
The International Journal of Press/Politics 17 (2), 127-144, 2012
1892012
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