Ethan C. Busby
Ethan C. Busby
Assistant Professor, Brigham Young University
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Pigeonholing partisans: Stereotypes of party supporters and partisan polarization
JE Rothschild, AJ Howat, RM Shafranek, EC Busby
Political Behavior 41 (2), 423-443, 2019
392019
The political relevance of irrelevant events
EC Busby, JN Druckman, A Fredendall
The Journal of Politics 79 (1), 346-350, 2017
342017
Framing and blame attribution in populist rhetoric
EC Busby, JR Gubler, KA Hawkins
The Journal of Politics 81 (2), 616-630, 2019
322019
Studying framing effects on political preferences
E Busby, D Flynn, JN Druckman, P D'Angelo
Doing news framing analysis II: Empirical and theoretical perspectives, 27-50, 2018
292018
Activating populist attitudes: the role of corruption
EC Busby, D Doyle, KA Hawkins, N Wiesehomeier
The ideational approach to populism: concept, theory and analysis, 374-395, 2019
102019
Football and Public Opinion: A Partial Replication and Extension
EC Busby, JN Druckman
Journal of Experimental Political Science 5 (1), 4-10, 2018
92018
Studying framing effects: Existing research and lingering questions
E Busby, DJ Flynn, JN Druckman, S Hall
Doing news framing analysis II, 67-90, 2018
82018
It's All about Who You Meet: The Political Consequences of Intergroup Experiences with Strangers
EC Busby
Northwestern University, 2018
22018
Speaking populism: A framing experiment to test the activation of populist attitudes
EC Busby, K Hawkins, JR Gubler
12019
Putting framing effects in their place: When frames (may) matter
E Busby, DJ Flynn, JN Druckman, S Hall
Doing news framing analysis II. New York, NY: Routledge, 0
1
Should You Stay Away from Strangers? Experiments on the Political Consequences of Intergroup Contact
EC Busby
2021
Journal of Experimental Political Science
K Arceneaux
Journal of Experimental P 6 (2), 2018
2018
Football and Public Opinion: A Partial Replication and Extension–CORRIGENDUM
EC Busby, JN Druckman
Journal of Experimental Political Science 5 (1), 71-71, 2018
2018
The Political Relevance of Irrelevant Events
J Druckman, E Busby, A Fredendall
Examining the Social Side of Populism through Behavioral Games
E Busby, D Doyle, J Gubler, K Hawkins, N Wiesehomeier
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