Bruce Hardy
Bruce Hardy
Department of Communication and Social Influence, School of Media and Communication, Temple
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Examining differential gains from Internet use: Comparing the moderating role of talk and online interactions
BW Hardy, DA Scheufele
Journal of Communication 55 (1), 71-84, 2005
3392005
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
2872006
The Obama victory: How media, money, and message shaped the 2008 election
K Kenski, BW Hardy, KH Jamieson
Oxford University Press, 2010
2782010
US attitudes on human genome editing
DA Scheufele, MA Xenos, EL Howell, KM Rose, D Brossard, BW Hardy
Science 357 (6351), 553-554, 2017
952017
Did fact checking matter in the 2012 presidential campaign?
JA Gottfried, BW Hardy, KM Winneg, KH Jamieson
American Behavioral Scientist 57 (11), 1558-1567, 2013
882013
Stephen Colbert's civics lesson: How Colbert Super PAC taught viewers about campaign finance
BW Hardy, JA Gottfried, KM Winneg, KH Jamieson
Mass Communication and Society 17 (3), 329-353, 2014
872014
The changing nature of political debate consumption: Social media, multitasking, and knowledge acquisition
JA Gottfried, BW Hardy, RL Holbert, KM Winneg, KH Jamieson
Political Communication 34 (2), 172-199, 2017
722017
Presidential campaign dynamics and the ebb and flow of talk as a moderator: Media exposure, knowledge, and political discussion
BW Hardy, DA Scheufele
Communication Theory 19 (1), 89-101, 2009
602009
Leveraging scientific credibility about Arctic sea ice trends in a polarized political environment
KH Jamieson, BW Hardy
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (Supplement 4), 13598-13605, 2014
582014
The moderating role of age in the relationship between social media use and mental well-being: An analysis of the 2016 General Social Survey
BW Hardy, J Castonguay
Computers in Human Behavior 85, 282-290, 2018
562018
When Oprah intervenes: Political correlates of daytime talk show viewing
CJ Glynn, M Huge, JB Reineke, BW Hardy, J Shanahan
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 51 (2), 228-244, 2007
552007
What is civil engaged argument and why does aspiring to it matter?
KH Jamieson, B Hardy
PS: Political Science & Politics 45 (3), 412-415, 2012
542012
The effectiveness of the press in serving the needs of American democracy
KH Jamieson, BW Hardy, D Romer
432007
Can a poll affect perception of candidate traits?
BW Hardy, KH Jamieson
Public Opinion Quarterly 69 (5), 725-743, 2005
402005
Will ignorance & partisan election of judges undermine public trust in the judiciary?
KH Jamieson, BW Hardy
Daedalus 137 (4), 11-15, 2008
232008
Wired to fact: The role of the Internet in identifying deception during the 2004 US presidential campaign
BW Hardy, KH Jamieson, K Winneg
Routledge handbook of Internet politics, 147-159, 2008
192008
The effects of the “war on science” frame on scientists’ credibility
BW Hardy, M Tallapragada, JC Besley, S Yuan
Science Communication 41 (1), 90-112, 2019
172019
All knowledge is not created equal: Knowledge effects and the 2012 presidential debates
JA Gottfried, BW Hardy, KM Winneg, KH Jamieson
Presidential Studies Quarterly 44 (3), 389-409, 2014
142014
Candidate traits and political choice
BW Hardy
The Oxford Handbook of Political Communication, 437-50, 2017
112017
Overcoming endpoint bias in climate change communication: The case of Arctic sea ice trends
BW Hardy, KH Jamieson
Environmental Communication 11 (2), 205-217, 2017
112017
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