Phone: (302) 831-7771
Office: 250 Pearson Hall
- Work examines political communication and public opinion.
- Has insight into news media coverage of politics, public opinion about politics, media framing of political issues, political campaigns, entertainment media and politics, as well as political comedy.
- Can also discuss how science is communicated, including media portrayals of science and public opinion about science.
- Author of the book Value War: Public Opinion and the Politics of Gay Rights.
Assistant Director for Research, Center for Political Communication
In The News:
Paranormal Activity: Belief in ghosts influenced by media? (International Business Times)
Political Memes: Fast, cheap and out of control? (NPR)
More stars playing lead role in presidential campaign (Washington Examiner)
Goodbye Robot Mitt: Three surprises from last night's presidential debate (Globe and Mail (Canda))
Are Obama's negative ads getting bang for the buck? (CNN)
For Romney, the speech of his life (CNN)
Goodbye Robot Mitt: Three surprises from last night's presidential debate (Globe and Mail)