Benjamin J. Toff
Benjamin J. Toff
Hubbard School of Journalism & Mass Communication, University of Minnesota
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“I Just Google It”: Folk Theories of Distributed Discovery
B Toff, RK Nielsen
Journal of Communication 68 (3), 636-657, 2018
482018
The Fact of Experience: Rethinking Political Knowledge and Civic Competence
KJ Cramer, B Toff
Perspectives on Politics 15 (3), 754-770, 2017
232017
Words That Matter: Twitter and Partisan Polarization
BJ Toff, YM Kim
142013
The ‘Nate Silver effect’on political journalism: Gatecrashers, gatekeepers, and changing newsroom practices around coverage of public opinion polls
B Toff
Journalism 20 (7), 1464884917731655, 2019
122019
Explaining the Gender Gap in News Avoidance:“News-Is-for-Men” Perceptions and the Burdens of Caretaking
B Toff, RA Palmer
Journalism Studies 20 (11), 1563-1579, 2019
92019
The blind scorekeepers: Journalism, polling, and the battle to define public opinion in American politics
BJ Toff
The University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2016
92016
Exploring the effects of polls on public opinion: How and when media reports of policy preferences can become self-fulfilling prophesies
B Toff
Research & Politics 5 (4), 2053168018812215, 2018
4*2018
Partisan conformity, social identity, and the formation of policy preferences
B Toff, E Suhay
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 31 (2), 349-367, 2019
32019
Rethinking the Debate Over Recent Polling Failures
B Toff
Political Communication 35 (2), 327-332, 2018
32018
Elite Ideology Across Media: Constructing a Measure of Congressional Candidates’ Ideological Self-Presentation on Social Media
DS Lassen, BJ Toff
22015
What Does it Take to Sustain a News Habit? The Role of Civic Duty Norms and a Connection to a "News Community" Among News Avoiders in the UK and Spain
R Palmer, B Toff
International Journal of Communication 14, 1634-1653, 2020
12020
Theatricality and the News
BJ Toff
Harvard University, 2005
12005
Why Journalism Still Matters by Michael Schudson. Oxford, Polity Press, 2018. 224 pp. Paper, $22.95.
B Toff
Political Science Quarterly 134 (3), 542-543, 2019
2019
Horse-Race and Game-Framed Journalism’s Effects on Turnout, Vote Choice, and Attitudes toward Politics
B Toff
The Oxford Handbook of Electoral Persuasion, 2019
2019
Modeling the Dynamic Interrelationship Between Party Elites, Media Coverage, and Public Opinion During the Invisible Primary
BJ Toff
2014
Prime Time Television in Red and Blue: Partisan Divides in Entertainment Media
B Toff
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