Dan Lane
Dan Lane
Assistant Professor, UC Santa Barbara
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Incidental exposure, selective exposure, and political information sharing: Integrating online exposure patterns and expression on social media
BE Weeks, DS Lane, DH Kim, SS Lee, N Kwak
Journal of computer-mediated communication 22 (6), 363-379, 2017
From online disagreement to offline action: How diverse motivations for using social media can increase political information sharing and catalyze offline political participation
DS Lane, DH Kim, SS Lee, BE Weeks, N Kwak
Social Media+ Society 3 (3), 2056305117716274, 2017
Social media expression and the political self
DS Lane, SS Lee, F Liang, DH Kim, L Shen, BE Weeks, N Kwak
Journal of Communication 69 (1), 49-72, 2019
Sharing beyond Slacktivism: the effect of socially observable prosocial media sharing on subsequent offline helping behavior.
S Lane, Daniel S., Dal Cin
Information, Communication and Society 21 (11), 1523-1540, 2018
Perceptions of social media for politics: Testing the slacktivism hypothesis
N Kwak, DS Lane, BE Weeks, DH Kim, SS Lee, S Bachleda
Human Communication Research 44 (2), 197-221, 2018
In consensus we trust? Persuasive effects of scientific consensus communication
S Chinn, DS Lane, PS Hart
Public Understanding of Science 27 (7), 807-823, 2018
The ecology of incidental exposure to news in digital media environments
BE Weeks, DS Lane
Journalism 21 (8), 1119-1135, 2020
Civic laboratories: Youth political expression in anonymous, ephemeral, geo-bounded social media
DS Lane, V Das, D Hiaeshutter-Rice
Information, Communication & Society 22 (14), 2171-2186, 2019
Social media design for youth political expression: Testing the roles of identifiability and geo-boundedness
DS Lane
New Media & Society 22 (8), 1394-1413, 2020
Online incidental exposure to news can minimize interest-based political knowledge gaps: evidence from two US elections
BE Weeks, DS Lane, LB Hahn
The International Journal of Press/Politics 27 (1), 243-262, 2022
What is political expression on social media anyway?: A systematic review
DS Lane, K Do, N Molina-Rogers
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 19 (3), 331-345, 2022
Solidarity effects in social movement messaging: How cueing dominant group identity can increase movement support
DS Lane, SM Coles, M Saleem
Human Communication Research 45 (1), 1-26, 2019
Giving the underdog a leg up: a counternarrative of nonviolent resistance improves sustained third-party support of a disempowered group
E Bruneau, D Lane, M Saleem
Social psychological and personality science 8 (7), 746-757, 2017
Now we’re talking? Understanding the interplay between online selective and incidental exposure and their influence on online cross-cutting political discussion
N Kwak, DS Lane, BE Weeks, DH Kim, SS Lee
Social Science Computer Review 40 (3), 579-597, 2022
The elusive power of the individual victim: Failure to find a difference in the effectiveness of charitable appeals focused on one compared to many victims
PS Hart, D Lane, S Chinn
PloS one 13 (7), e0199535, 2018
Testing inequality and identity accounts of racial gaps in political expression on social media
DS Lane, K Do, N Molina-Rogers
Political Communication 39 (1), 79-97, 2022
In search of the expressive citizen: Citizenship norms and youth political expression on social media
DS Lane
Public Opinion Quarterly 84 (S1), 257-283, 2020
The impact of social endorsement cues and manipulability concerns on perceptions of news credibility
SS Lee, F Liang, L Hahn, DS Lane, BE Weeks, N Kwak
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 24 (6), 384-389, 2021
Uninterested and unequal?: examining SES-based gaps in youth political behavior on social media
DS Lane, K Thorson, Y Xu
Information, Communication & Society 26 (4), 663-681, 2023
From persuasion to deliberation: Do experiences of online political persuasion facilitate dialogic openness?
N Kwak, DS Lane, SS Lee, F Liang, BE Weeks
Communication research 48 (5), 642-664, 2021
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