Magdalena Wojcieszak
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Online groups and political discourse: Do online discussion spaces facilitate exposure to political disagreement?
ME Wojcieszak, DC Mutz
Journal of communication 59 (1), 40-56, 2009
‘Don’t talk to me’: Effects of ideologically homogeneous online groups and politically dissimilar offline ties on extremism
M Wojcieszak
New Media & Society 12 (4), 637-655, 2010
Online versus face-to-face deliberation: Who? Why? What? With what effects?
YM Baek, M Wojcieszak, MX Delli Carpini
New media & society 14 (3), 363-383, 2012
“Carrying online participation offline”—Mobilization by radical online groups and politically dissimilar offline ties
M Wojcieszak
Journal of Communication 59 (3), 564-586, 2009
Participation, representation and expertise: Citizen preferences for political decision-making processes
J Font, M Wojcieszak, CJ Navarro
Political Studies 63 (1_suppl), 153-172, 2015
Deliberation and attitude polarization
M Wojcieszak
Journal of Communication 61 (4), 596-617, 2011
Social identity, selective exposure, and affective polarization: How priming national identity shapes attitudes toward immigrants via news selection
M Wojcieszak, RK Garrett
Human communication research 44 (3), 247-273, 2018
Can interparty contact reduce affective polarization? A systematic test of different forms of intergroup contact
M Wojcieszak, BR Warner
Political Communication 37 (6), 789-811, 2020
Don’t expect too much! Learning from late-night comedy and knowledge item difficulty
YM Baek, ME Wojcieszak
Communication Research 36 (6), 783-809, 2009
Why are “others” so polarized? Perceived political polarization and media use in 10 countries
JH Yang, H Rojas, M Wojcieszak, T Aalberg, S Coen, J Curran, K Hayashi, ...
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 21 (5), 349-367, 2016
Will politics be tweeted? New media use by Iranian youth in 2011
M Wojcieszak, B Smith
New media & society 16 (1), 91-109, 2014
What underlies the false consensus effect? How personal opinion and disagreement affect perception of public opinion
M Wojcieszak, V Price
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 21 (1), 25-46, 2009
False consensus goes online: Impact of ideologically homogeneous groups on false consensus
M Wojcieszak
Public Opinion Quarterly 72 (4), 781-791, 2008
Effects of fact-checking social media vaccine misinformation on attitudes toward vaccines
J Zhang, JD Featherstone, C Calabrese, M Wojcieszak
Preventive Medicine 145, 106408, 2021
Partisan news and political participation: Exploring mediated relationships
M Wojcieszak, B Bimber, L Feldman, NJ Stroud
Political Communication 33 (2), 241-260, 2016
How to improve attitudes toward disliked groups: The effects of narrative versus numerical evidence on political persuasion
M Wojcieszak, N Kim
Communication Research 43 (6), 785-809, 2016
Like-minded sources on Facebook are prevalent but not polarizing
B Nyhan, J Settle, E Thorson, M Wojcieszak, P Barberá, AY Chen, ...
Nature 620 (7972), 137-144, 2023
Bridging the divide or intensifying the conflict? How disagreement affects strong predilections about sexual minorities
M Wojcieszak, V Price
Political Psychology 31 (3), 315-339, 2010
Asymmetric ideological segregation in exposure to political news on Facebook
S González-Bailón, D Lazer, P Barberá, M Zhang, H Allcott, T Brown, ...
Science 381 (6656), 392-398, 2023
How do social media feed algorithms affect attitudes and behavior in an election campaign?
AM Guess, N Malhotra, J Pan, P Barberá, H Allcott, T Brown, ...
Science 381 (6656), 398-404, 2023
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