Ethan C. Busby
Ethan C. Busby
Assistant Professor, Brigham Young University
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Out of one, many: Using language models to simulate human samples
LP Argyle, EC Busby, N Fulda, JR Gubler, C Rytting, D Wingate
Political Analysis 31 (3), 337-351, 2023
Framing and blame attribution in populist rhetoric
EC Busby, JR Gubler, KA Hawkins
The Journal of Politics 81 (2), 616-630, 2019
Pigeonholing partisans: Stereotypes of party supporters and partisan polarization
JE Rothschild, AJ Howat, RM Shafranek, EC Busby
Political Behavior 41, 423-443, 2019
Studying framing effects on political preferences: Existing research and lingering questions
E Busby, DJ Flynn, JN Druckman
Doing news framing analysis II, 27-50, 2018
The political relevance of irrelevant events
EC Busby, JN Druckman, A Fredendall
The Journal of Politics 79 (1), 346-350, 2017
Leveraging AI for democratic discourse: Chat interventions can improve online political conversations at scale
LP Argyle, CA Bail, EC Busby, JR Gubler, T Howe, C Rytting, T Sorensen, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 120 (41), e2311627120, 2023
Football and public opinion: a partial replication and extension
EC Busby, JN Druckman
Journal of Experimental Political Science 5 (1), 4-10, 2018
Activating populist attitudes: the role of corruption
EC Busby, D Doyle, KA Hawkins, N Wiesehomeier
The ideational approach to populism, 374-395, 2018
Studying framing effects: Existing research and lingering questions
E Busby, DJ Flynn, JN Druckman, S Hall
Doing news framing analysis II, 27-50, 2018
Defending the dog whistle: The role of justifications in racial messaging
AI Thompson, EC Busby
Political Behavior 45 (3), 1241-1262, 2023
Towards coding social science datasets with language models
CM Rytting, T Sorensen, L Argyle, E Busby, N Fulda, J Gubler, D Wingate
arXiv preprint arXiv:2306.02177, 2023
The Partisan Next Door: Stereotypes of Party Supporters and Consequences for Polarization in America
EC Busby, AJ Howat, JE Rothschild, RM Shafranek
Elements in American Politics, 2021
Should You Stay Away from Strangers? Experiments on the Political Consequences of Intergroup Contact
EC Busby
Perceptions of extremism among the American public and elected officials
EC Busby
Electoral Studies 77, 102472, 2022
It's All about Who You Meet: The Political Consequences of Intergroup Experiences with Strangers
EC Busby
Northwestern University, 2018
Changing stereotypes of partisans in the Trump Era
EC Busby, AJ Howat, CD Myers
Political Science Research and Methods, 1-8, 2023
Speaking populism: A framing experiment to test the activation of populist attitudes
EC Busby, K Hawkins, JR Gubler
The ideational approach
A Chryssogelos, E Busby, K Hawkins, E Hawkins, L Littvay, ...
Routledge, 2023
2023 Campus Teaching Awards
A Anoll, PGWL Prize, T Bell, F Boehmke, A Brown, EC Busby, E Cheng, ...
What Goes Without Saying: Navigating Political Discussion in America. By Taylor N. Carlson and Jaime E. Settle. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2022. 300p. 29.99 paper.
EC Busby
Perspectives on Politics 21 (1), 363-364, 2023
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