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Sean Aday
Sean Aday
Associate Professor of Media and Public Affairs and International Affairs George Washington University
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Television news and the cultivation of fear of crime
D Romer, KH Jamieson, S Aday
Journal of communication 53 (1), 88-104, 2003
7462003
Embedding the truth: A cross-cultural analysis of objectivity and television coverage of the Iraq war
S Aday, S Livingston, M Hebert
Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 10 (1), 3-21, 2005
4482005
The scary world in your living room and neighborhood: Using local broadcast news, neighborhood crime rates, and personal experience to test agenda setting and cultivation
K Gross, S Aday
Journal of communication 53 (3), 411-426, 2003
2632003
Blogs and bullets: New media in contentious politics
S Aday, H Farrell, M Lynch, J Sides, J Kelly, E Zuckerman
United States Institute of Peace 65, 1-31, 2010
2602010
International trust and public opinion about world affairs
PR Brewer, K Gross, S Aday, L Willnat
American Journal of Political Science 48 (1), 93-109, 2004
2272004
Style over substance: Newspaper coverage of Elizabeth Dole's presidential bid
S Aday, J Devitt
Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 6 (2), 52-73, 2001
2212001
New media and conflict after the Arab Spring
S Aday, H Farrell, M Lynch, J Sides, D Freelon
United States Institute of Peace 80, 1-24, 2012
2192012
Chasing the bad news: An analysis of 2005 Iraq and Afghanistan war coverage on NBC and Fox News Channel
S Aday
Journal of communication 60 (1), 144-164, 2010
1942010
Syria's socially mediated civil war
M Lynch, D Freelon, S Aday
Universitäts-und Landesbibliothek Sachsen-Anhalt, 2014
1812014
As goes the statue, so goes the war: The emergence of the victory frame in television coverage of the Iraq War
S Aday, J Cluverius, S Livingston
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 49 (3), 314-331, 2005
1442005
Watching from afar: Media consumption patterns around the Arab Spring
S Aday, H Farrell, D Freelon, M Lynch, J Sides, M Dewar
American Behavioral Scientist 57 (7), 899-919, 2013
1212013
The framesetting effects of news: An experimental test of advocacy versus objectivist frames
S Aday
Journalism & mass communication quarterly 83 (4), 767-784, 2006
1202006
A panel study of media effects on political and social trust after September 11, 2001
K Gross, S Aday, PR Brewer
Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 9 (4), 49-73, 2004
1112004
The real war will never get on television
S Aday
Media and conflict in the twenty-first century, 141-156, 2005
1062005
Selective attention to online political information
J Graf, S Aday
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 52 (1), 86-100, 2008
932008
Confidence in government and emotional responses to terrorism after September 11, 2001
K Gross, PR Brewer, S Aday
American Politics Research 37 (1), 107-128, 2009
832009
Leading the charge: Media, elites, and the use of emotion in stimulating rally effects in wartime
S Aday
Journal of Communication 60 (3), 440-465, 2010
682010
NGOs as intelligence agencies: The empowerment of transnational advocacy networks and the media by commercial remote sensing in the case of the Iranian nuclear program
S Aday, S Livingston
Geoforum 40 (4), 514-522, 2009
602009
A cross-cultural test of the spiral of silence theory in Singapore and the United States
W Lee, BH Detenber, L Willnat, S Aday, J Graf
Asian Journal of Communication 14 (2), 205-226, 2004
582004
Taking the state out of state—Media relations theory: How transnational advocacy networks are changing the press—State dynamic
S Aday, S Livingston
Media, War & Conflict 1 (1), 99-107, 2008
492008
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