Raffael Heiss
Raffael Heiss
Management Center Innsbruck (MCI)
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What drives interaction in political actors’ Facebook posts? Profile and content predictors of user engagement and political actors’ reactions
R Heiss, D Schmuck, J Matthes
Information, communication & society 22 (10), 1497-1513, 2019
The social media political participation model: A goal systems theory perspective
J Knoll, J Matthes, R Heiss
Convergence 26 (1), 135-156, 2020
Citizen science in the social sciences: A call for more evidence
R Heiss, J Matthes
GAIA-Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society 26 (1), 22-26, 2017
Does incidental exposure on social media equalize or reinforce participatory gaps? Evidence from a panel study
R Heiss, J Matthes
New Media & Society 21 (11-12), 2463-2482, 2019
Stuck in a nativist spiral: Content, selection, and effects of right-wing populists’ communication on Facebook
R Heiss, J Matthes
Political Communication 37 (3), 303-328, 2020
Processing news on social media. The political incidental news exposure model (PINE)
J Matthes, A Nanz, M Stubenvoll, R Heiss
Journalism 21 (8), 1031-1048, 2020
Mobilizing for some: The effects of politicians’ participatory Facebook posts on young people’s political efficacy
R Heiss, J Matthes
Journal of Media Psychology, 2016
Who ‘likes’ populists? Characteristics of adolescents following right-wing populist actors on Facebook
R Heiss, J Matthes
Information, Communication & Society 20 (9), 1408-1424, 2017
Antecedents of strategic game framing in political news coverage
D Schmuck, R Heiss, J Matthes, S Engesser, F Esser
Journalism 18 (8), 937-955, 2017
How Political Scandals Affect the Electorate. Tracing the Eroding and Spillover Effects of Scandals with a Panel Study
C von Sikorski, R Heiss, J Matthes
Political Psychology, 2019
Populist Twitter posts in news stories: Statement recognition and the polarizing effects on candidate evaluation and anti-immigrant attitudes
R Heiss, C von Sikorski, J Matthes
Journalism Practice, 1-17, 2019
How threat perceptions relate to learning and conspiracy beliefs about COVID-19: Evidence from a panel study
R Heiss, S Gell, E Röthlingshöfer, C Zoller
Personality and individual differences 175, 110672, 2021
Funny cats and politics: Do humorous context posts impede or foster the elaboration of news posts on social media?
R Heiss, J Matthes
Communication Research, 0093650219826006, 2019
Drifting further apart? How exposure to media portrayals of Muslims affects attitude polarization
D Schmuck, R Heiss, J Matthes
Political Psychology 41 (6), 1055-1072, 2020
Pathways to political (dis-) engagement: Motivations behind social media use and the role of incidental and intentional exposure modes in adolescents’ political engagement
R Heiss, J Knoll, J Matthes
Communications 45 (s1), 671-693, 2020
Platform-dependent effects of incidental exposure to political news on political knowledge and political participation
S Lee, A Nanz, R Heiss
Computers in Human Behavior 127, 107048, 2022
Dealigned but mobilized? Insights from a citizen science study on youth political engagement
A Binder, R Heiss, J Matthes, D Sander
Journal of Youth Studies 24 (2), 232-249, 2021
The affective foundation of political opinion expression on social media: A panel analysis
R Heiss
International Journal of public opinion research 33 (1), 57-75, 2021
Antecedents of intentional and incidental exposure modes on social media and consequences for political participation: A panel study
A Nanz, R Heiss, J Matthes
Acta Politica, 1-19, 2020
The skilled and the interested: How personal curation skills increase or decrease exposure to political information on social media
B Naderer, R Heiss, J Matthes
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 17 (4), 452-460, 2020
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