James Shanahan

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
Mass Communications, General, General
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Matthew C. Nisbet grad student 2003 Cornell
Janie Diels grad student 2006 Cornell
Erik C. Nisbet grad student 2008 Cornell
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Kim S, Scheufele DA, Shanahan J, et al. (2011) Deliberation in Spite of Controversy? News Media and the Public's Evaluation of a Controversial Issue in South Korea Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly. 88: 320-336
Dudo A, Brossard D, Shanahan J, et al. (2011) Science on television in the 21st century: Recent trends in portrayals and their contributions to public attitudes toward science Communication Research. 38: 754-777
Morgan M, Shanahan J. (2010) The State of Cultivation Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media. 54: 337-355
Siemer WF, Decker DJ, Shanahan J. (2007) Media frames for black bear management stories during issue emergence in New York Human Dimensions of Wildlife. 12: 89-100
Glynn CJ, Huge M, Reineke JB, et al. (2007) When Oprah Intervenes: Political Correlates of Daytime Talk Show Viewing Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media. 51: 228-244
Brossard D, Shanahan J. (2006) Do they know what they read? Building a scientific literacy measurement instrument based on science media coverage Science Communication. 28: 47-63
Besley JC, Shanahan J. (2005) Media attention and exposure in relation to support for agricultural biotechnology Science Communication. 26: 347-367
Kim S, Scheufele DA, Shanahan J. (2005) Who Cares About the Issues? Issue Voting and the Role of News Media During the 2000 U.S. Presidential Election Journal of Communication. 55: 103-121
Brossard D, Shanahan J, McComas K. (2004) Are Issue-Cycles Culturally Constructed? A Comparison of French and American Coverage of Global Climate Change Mass Communication and Society. 7: 359-377
Brossard D, Shanahan J. (2003) Do Citizens Want to Have Their Say? Media, Agricultural Biotechnology, and Authoritarian Views of Democratic Processes in Science Mass Communication and Society. 6: 291-312
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