Dhavan V. Shah
Dhavan V. Shah
Maier-Bascom Professor; Director of MCRC; Scientific Director in CHESS, Wisconsin-Madison
Verified email at wisc.edu - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
"Connecting" and "Disconnecting" with Civic Life: Patterns of Internet Use and the Production of Social Capital
D V. Shah, Nojin Kwak, R. Lance Holbert
Political Communication 18 (2), 141-162, 2001
13742001
Information and Expression in a Digital Age: Modeling Internet Effects on Civic Participation
DV Shah, J Cho, WP Eveland, N Kwak
Communication Research 32 (5), 531-565, 2005
11662005
Communication, Context, and Community: An Exploration of Print, Broadcast, and Internet Influences
DV Shah, JM McLeod, SH Yoon
Communication Research 28 (4), 464-506, 2001
8342001
News Framing and Cueing of Issue Regimes: Explaining Clinton's Public Approval in Spite of Scandal
DV Shah, MD Watts, D Domke, DP Fan
Public Opinion Quarterly 66 (3), 339-370, 2002
4652002
Civic Engagement, Interpersonal Trust, and Television Use: An Individual-level Assessment of Social Capital
DV Shah
Political Psychology, 469-496, 1998
4501998
Digital Democracy: Reimagining Pathways to Political Participation
H Gil de Z˙˝iga, A Veenstra, E Vraga, D Shah
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 7 (1), 36-51, 2010
4242010
A Smartphone Application to Support Recovery from Alcoholism: a Randomized Clinical Trial
DH Gustafson, FM McTavish, MY Chih, AK Atwood, RA Johnson, ...
JAMA psychiatry 71 (5), 566-572, 2014
3952014
Personality Strength and Social Capital: The Role of Dispositional and Informational Variables in the Production of Civic Participation
DA Scheufele, DV Shah
Communication Research 27 (2), 107-131, 2000
3822000
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
3642007
Media Priming Effects: Accessibility, Association, and Activation
D Domke, DV Shah, DB Wackman
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 10 (1), 51-74, 1998
3381998
For the Good of Others: Censorship and the Third-Person Effect
H Rojas, DV Shah, RJ Faber
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 8 (2), 163-186, 1996
3361996
Assessing Causality in the Cognitive Mediation Model: A Panel Study of Motivations, Information Processing, and Learning During Campaign 2000
WP Eveland, DV Shah, N Kwak
Communication Research 30 (4), 359-386, 2003
3212003
The Impact of Individual and Interpersonal Factors on Perceived News Media Bias
WP Eveland, DV Shah
Political Psychology 24 (1), 101-117, 2003
3032003
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
2892009
Elite cues and media bias in presidential campaigns: Explaining public perceptions of a liberal press
MD Watts, D Domke, DV Shah, DP Fan
Communication Research 26 (2), 144-175, 1999
2861999
Understanding the Relationship Between Communication and Political Knowledge: A Model Comparison Approach Using Panel Data
WP Eveland Jr, AF Hayes, DV Shah, N Kwak
Political Communication 22 (4), 423-446, 2005
2812005
Framing and the Public Agenda: Media Effects on the Importance of the Federal Budget Deficit
AE Jasperson, DV Shah, M Watts, RJ Faber, DP Fan
Political Communication 15 (2), 205-224, 1998
2791998
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
2692003
“To Thine Own Self Be True”: Values, Framing, and Voter Decision-Making Strategies
DV Shah, D Domke, DB Wackman
Communication Research 23 (5), 509-560, 1996
2681996
Nonrecursive Models of Internet Use and Community Engagement: Questioning Whether Time Spent Online Erodes Social Capital
D Shah, M Schmierbach, J Hawkins, R Espino, J Donavan
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 79 (4), 964-987, 2002
2622002
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