Sharon E. Jarvis, Ph.D.

2000 University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
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Roderick P. Hart grad student 2000 UT Austin
 (The talk of the party: Political parties in American discourse, 1948--1996.)
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Jarvis SE, Stephens M. (2015) Gate-keeping and news-seeking in print and online outlets Public Affairs and Administration: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications. 3: 1422-1441
Jarvis SE, Stephens M. (2014) Gate-Keeping and News-Seeking in print and online outlets Communication and Language Analysis in the Public Sphere. 224-243
Jarvis SE, Han SH. (2013) From an Honored Value to a Harmful Choice: How Presidential Candidates Have Discussed Electoral Participation (1948-2012) American Behavioral Scientist. 57: 1650-1662
Jarvis SE, Han SH. (2011) The mobilized voter: Portrayals of electoral participation in print news coverage of campaign 2008 American Behavioral Scientist. 55: 419-436
Jarvis SE, Han SH. (2010) Teaching citizenship: Student-led documentary film projects in the communication classroom Communication Teacher. 24: 35-42
Jarvis SE, Connaughton SL. (2005) Audiences implicadas e ignoradas in the English and Spanish language 2002 Texas gubernatorial debates Howard Journal of Communications. 16: 131-148
Jarvis SE, Wilkerson K. (2005) Congress on the internet: Messages on the homepages of the U.S. house of representatives, 1996 and 2001 Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication. 10
Connaughton SL, Jarvis SE. (2004) Invitations for Partisan identification: Attempts to court Latino voters through televised Latino- oriented political advertisements, 1984-2000 Journal of Communication. 54: 38-54
Hart RP, Jarvis SE, Lim ET. (2002) The American people in crisis: A content analysis Political Psychology. 23: 417-437
Jarvis SE. (2001) Campaigning alone: Partisan versus personal language in the presidential nominating convention acceptance addresses, 1948-2000 American Behavioral Scientist. 44: 2152-2171
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