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Michael W. Wagner
Michael W. Wagner
William T. Evjue Distinguished Chair for the Wisconsin Idea, School of Journalism & Mass Comm
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Revising the communication mediation model for a new political communication ecology
DV Shah, DM McLeod, H Rojas, J Cho, MW Wagner, LA Friedland
Human Communication Research 43 (4), 491-504, 2017
2242017
The Empirical Effects of Voter-ID Laws: Present or Absent?
JD Mycoff, MW Wagner, DC Wilson
PS: Political Science & Politics 42 (01), 121-126, 2009
162*2009
Who fits the left-right divide? Partisan polarization in the American electorate
EG Carmines, MJ Ensley, MW Wagner
American Behavioral Scientist 56 (12), 1631-1653, 2012
1452012
Political issues and party alignments: Assessing the issue evolution perspective
EG Carmines, MW Wagner
Annu. Rev. Polit. Sci. 9 (1), 67-81, 2006
1022006
When we stop talking politics: The maintenance and closing of conversation in contentious times
C Wells, KJ Cramer, MW Wagner, G Alvarez, LA Friedland, DV Shah, ...
Journal of Communication 67 (1), 131-157, 2017
1002017
Political ideology in American politics: one, two, or none?
EG Carmines, MJ Ensley, MW Wagner
The Forum 10 (3), 2012
962012
Information flow in the 21st century: The dynamics of agenda-uptake
M Gruszczynski, MW Wagner
Mass communication and society 20 (3), 378-402, 2017
752017
How abortion became a partisan issue: Media coverage of the interest group‐political party connection
EG Carmines, JC Gerrity, MW Wagner
Politics & Policy 38 (6), 1135-1158, 2010
692010
Carving voters out: Redistricting’s influence on political information, turnout, and voting behavior
J Winburn, MW Wagner
Political Research Quarterly 63 (2), 373-386, 2010
662010
Does Ownership Matter? The case of Rupert Murdoch's purchase of the Wall Street Journal
MW Wagner, TP Collins
Journalism Practice 8 (6), 758-771, 2014
592014
The value of not knowing: Partisan cue-taking and belief updating of the uninformed, the ambiguous, and the misinformed
J Li, MW Wagner
Journal of Communication 70 (5), 646-669, 2020
532020
Who gets covered? Ideological extremity and news coverage of members of the US Congress, 1993 to 2013
MW Wagner, M Gruszczynski
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 95 (3), 670-690, 2018
482018
When framing matters: How partisan and journalistic frames affect individual opinions and party identification
MW Wagner, M Gruszczynski
Journalism & Communication Monographs 18 (1), 5-48, 2016
472016
Ideological heterogeneity and the rise of Donald Trump
EG Carmines, MJ Ensley, MW Wagner
The Forum 14 (4), 385-397, 2016
362016
Political trust in polarized times
E Theiss-Morse, DG Barton, MW Wagner
Motivating cooperation and compliance with authority: The role of …, 2015
35*2015
Political behavior of the American electorate
E Theiss-Morse
CQ Press, 2018
342018
Incumbents out, party in? Term limits and partisan redistricting in state legislatures
BF Schaffner, MW Wagner, J Winburn
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 4 (4), 396-414, 2004
342004
The utility of staying on message: Competing partisan frames and public awareness of elite differences on political issues
MW Wagner
The Forum 5 (3), 0000102202154088841197, 2007
322007
Beyond the “three Bs”: how American Christians approach faith and politics
A Friesen, MW Wagner
Politics and Religion 5 (2), 224-252, 2012
302012
News media use, talk networks, and anti-elitism across geographic location: Evidence from Wisconsin
C Wells, LA Friedland, C Hughes, DV Shah, J Suk, MW Wagner
The International Journal of Press/Politics 26 (2), 438-463, 2021
242021
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