Kim Fridkin

Political Science Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, United States 
Public Administration, Mass Communications
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Fridkin K, Kenney PJ, Wintersieck A. (2015) Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire: How Fact-Checking Influences Citizens’ Reactions to Negative Advertising Political Communication. 32: 127-151
Fridkin KL, Kenney PJ. (2014) How the gender of U.S. senators influences people's understanding and engagement in politics Journal of Politics. 76: 1017-1031
Fridkin KL, Kenney PJ. (2014) The changing fact of representation: The gender of U.S. Senators and constituent communications The Changing Face of Representation: the Gender of U.S. Senators and Constituent Communications. 1-246
Fridkin KL, Kenney PJ. (2012) The impact of negative campaigning on citizens’ actions and attitudes The Sage Handbook of Political Communication. 173-185
Fridkin K, Kenney P, Gershon S. (2012) Comparing the views of superdelegates and Democratic voters in the 2008 Democratic nomination campaign Party Politics. 18: 749-770
Fridkin KL, Kenney P. (2011) Variability in Citizens' Reactions to Different Types of Negative Campaigns American Journal of Political Science. 55: 307-325
Fridkin KL, Kenney PJ. (2011) The role of candidate traits in campaigns Journal of Politics. 73: 61-73
Fridkin KL, Kenney PJ. (2010) Laboratory Experiments in American Political Behavior The Oxford Handbook of American Elections and Political Behavior
Fridkin KL, Kenney PJ, Woodall GS. (2009) Bad for men, better for women: The impact of stereotypes during negative campaigns Political Behavior. 31: 53-77
Fridkin KL, Kenney PJ, Gershon SA, et al. (2008) Spinning debates: The impact of the news media's coverage of the final 2004 presidential debate International Journal of Press/Politics. 13: 29-51
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