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  • “How Trump Drove Coverage to the Nomination: Hybrid Media Campaigning,” Chris Wells, Dhavan V. Shah, Jon C. Pevehouse, JungHwan Yang, Ayellet Pelled, Fred Boehm, Josephine Lukito, Shreenita Ghosh, and Jessica L. Schmidt, Political Communication, forthcoming.
  • “Dual Screening During Presidential Debates: Political Nonverbals and the Volume and Valence of Online Expression,” Dhavan V. Shah, Alex Hanna, Erik P. Bucy, David S. Lassen, Jack Van Thomme, Kristen Bialik, JungHwan Yang and Jon Pevehouse, American Behavioral Scientist, forthcoming.
  • “Coherent Campaigns? Campaign Broadcast and Social Messaging,” Leticia Bode, David Lassen, Young Mie Kim, Dhavan Shah, Erika Franklin Fowler, Travis N. Ridout, and Michael Franz, Online Information Review, 40(5).
  • “Opinion Leaders in Online Cancer Support Groups: An Investigation of their Antecedents and Consequences,” Eunkyung Kim, Dietram A. Scheufele, Jeongyeob Han, & Dhavan V. Shah, Health Communication. DOI: 10.1080/10410236.2015.1110005.
  • “Self-Determination Theory and Computer-Mediated Support: Modeling Effects on Breast Cancer Patient Quality of Life,” Shawnika J. Hull, Eulàlia Puig Abril, Dhavan Shah, Mina Choi, Ming-Yuan Chih, Sojung Claire Kim, Kang Namkoong, Fiona McTavish, and David H. Gustafson, Health Communication, 31(10): 1205-1214, 2016. DOI: 10.1080/10410236.2015.1048422.
  • “Coproduction or Cooptation? Real Time Spin and Social Media Response during the 2012 French and US Debates,” Chris Wells, Jack Van Thomme, Peter Maurer, Alex Hanna, Jon Pevehouse, Dhavan V. Shah, and Erik Bucy, French Politics, 14(2): 206-233. DOI: 10.1057/fp.2016.4.
  • “The Effects of Expressing Religious Support Online for Breast Cancer Patients,” Bryan McLaughlin, JungHwan Yang, Woohyun Yoo, Soo Yun Kim, Bret Shaw, Dhavan V. Shah and David Gustafson, Health Communication, 31(6): 762-771, 2016. DOI: 10.1080/10410236.2015.1007550.
  • “Here’s What You’ll Learn from this News Story: Prior Framing and Reason Learning,” Rosanne M. Scholl, Raymond Pingree, Melissa R. Gotlieb, Aaron S. Veenstra, and Dhavan V. Shah, Electronic News, 10(2), 71-86, 2016. DOI: 10.1177/1931243116650348.
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  • “Conversation is the Soul of Democracy: Expression Effects, Communication Mediation, and Digital Media,” Dhavan V. Shah, Communication and the Public, 1(1), 12-18, 2016. DOI: 10.1177/2057047316628310.
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  • “Cumulative and Long-Term Campaign Advertising Effects on Trust and Talk,” Melissa R. Gotlieb, Rosanne M. Scholl, Travis Ridout, Kenneth M. Goldstein and Dhavan V. Shah, International Journal of Public Opinion Research. DOI: 10.1093/ijpor/edv047.
  • “Socialization of Lifestyle and Conventional Politics Among Early and Late Adolescents,” Melissa R. Gotlieb, Kyurim Kyoung, Itay Gabay, Karyn Riddle, and Dhavan V. Shah, Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 41: 60–70, November–December 2015. DOI: 10.1016/j.appdev.2015.06.004.
  • “The Effect of an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) on Older Adults’ Quality of Life: Protocol for a Randomized Control Trial,” David H. Gustafson Sr., Fiona McTavish, David H. Gustafson Jr., Jane E. Mahoney, Roberta A. Johnson, John D. Lee, Andrew Quanbeck, Amy K. Atwood, Andrew Isham, Raj Veeramani, Lindy Clemson, and Dhavan V. Shah, Trails, 16: 191-203, 2015. DOI:10.1186/s13063-015-0713-2.
  • “Big Data, Computational Social Science, and Digital Media: Possibilities and Perils,” Dhavan V. Shah, Joseph Cappella, and W. Russell Neuman, The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 659: 6-13, May 2015. DOI: 10.1177/ 0002716215572084.
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  • “Online Political Communities in the 2010 Midterms: Candidate Networks, Citizen Clusters, and Strategic Expression on Twitter,” Leticia Bode, Alex Hanna, JungHwan Yang, and Dhavan V. Shah, The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 659: 149-165, May 2015. DOI: 10.1177/0002716214563923.
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  • “The Power of Television Images in a Social Media Age: Linking Biobehavioral and Computational Approaches via the “Second Screen”,” Dhavan V. Shah, Alex Hanna, Erik P. Bucy, Chris Wells, Vidal Quevedo, The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 659: 225-245, May 2015. DOI: 10.1177/0002716215569220.
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  • “News Consumers, Opinion Leaders, and Citizen-Consumers: Moderators of the Consumption-Participation Link,” Heejo Keum, Jaeho Cho, and Dhavan V. Shah, Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 92(1): 161-178, March 2015. DOI: 10.1177/1077699014554766.
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  • “Patient-Clinician Mobile Communication: Analyzing Text Messaging between Adolescents with Asthma and Nurse Case Managers” Woohyun Yoo, Soo Yun Kim, Yangsun Hong, Ming-Yuan Chih, Dhavan V. Shah, and David H. Gustafson, Telemedicine and e-Health, 21(1): 62-69, January 2015. DOI: 10.1089/tmj.2013.0359.
  • “Cultural Worldviews and Contentious Politics: Evaluative Asymmetry in High-Information Environments.” Michael W. Wagner, Chris Wells, Lewis A. Friedland, Katherine J. Cramer, and Dhavan V. Shah, The Good Society, 23(2): 126-144, December 2014. DOI: 10.1353/gso.2014.0013.
  • “The Role of the Family Environment and Computer-Mediated Social Support on Breast Cancer Patients’ Coping Strategies,” Woohyun Yoo, Dhavan V. Shah, Bret R. Shaw, Eunkyung Kim, Paul Smaglik, Linda J. Roberts, Timothy Baker, Robert P. Hawkins, Suzanne Pingree, Helene McDowell, and David H. Gustafson, Journal of Health Communication, 19 (9): 981-98. September 2014. DOI: 10.1080/10810730.2013.864723.
  • “A New Space for Political Behavior: Political Social Networking and its Democratic Consequences,” Leticia Bode, Emily Vraga, Porsmita Borah, and Dhavan V. Shah, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 19(3): 414-429. April 2014. DOI: 10.1111/jcc4.12048
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  • “How Can Research Keep Up with eHealth? Ten Strategies for Increasing the Timeliness and Usefulness of eHealth Research.” David H. Gustafson, Timothy B. Baker, and Dhavan V. Shah, Journal of Medical Internet Research, 16(2): e36, March 2014, DOI: 10.2196/jmir.2925.
  • “A Smartphone Application for Alcoholism Recovery: A Randomized Controlled Trial,” David H. Gustafson, Fiona M. McTavish, Ming-Yuan Chih, Amy K. Atwood, Roberta A. Johnson, Michael G. Boyle, Michael S. Levy, Hilary Driscoll, Steven M. Chisholm, Lisa Dillenburg, Andrew Isham, and Dhavan Shah, JAMA – Psychiatry, 71(5): 566-72. March 2014. DOI: 10.1001/jamapsychiatry.2013.4642.
  • “Political Influence Across Generations: Partisanship and Candidate Evaluations in the 2008 Election,” Emily Vraga, Leticia Bode, Stephanie Edgerly, Kjerstin Thorson, Chris Welll, JungHwan Yang, and Dhavan V. Shah, Information, Communication and Society, 17, 184-202, January 2014. DOI: 10.1080/1369118X.2013.872162.
  • “The Role of Recreational Media Use in Youth Socialization: Extending the Citizen Communication Mediation Model,” Woo Kwon, Dave Wilcox, and Dhavan V. Shah, Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies, 4, 185 – 216, January 2014.
  • “Giving and Receiving Emotional Support Online: Communication Competence as a Moderator of Psychosocial Benefits for Women with Breast Cancer,” Woohyun Yoo, Kang Namkoong, Mina Choi, Dhavan V. Shah, Michael Aguilar, Stephanie Jean Tsang, Yangsun Hong, and David G. Gustafson, Computers and Human Behavior, 30, 13–22, January 2014. DOI: 10.1016/j.chb.2013.07.024
  • “The Effects of Expression: How Providing Emotional Support Online Improves Cancer Patients Coping Strategies,” Kang Namkoong, Bryan McLaughlin, Woo Hyun Yoo, Shawnika Hull, Dhavan V. Shah, Sojung C. Kim, Tae Joon Moon, Courtney N. Johnson, Robert P. Hawkins, Fiona M. Mctavish, and David H. Gustafson, Journal of the National Cancer Institute Monographs, 47, 169–174, December 2013. DOI: 10.1093/jncimonographs/lgt033
  • “‘It’s Out of My Hands’: How Deferring Control to God Can Decrease Quality of Life for Breast Cancer Patients,” Bryan McLaughlin, Woohyun Yoo, Jonathan, D’Angelo, Stephanie Tsang, Bret Shaw, Dhavan Shah, Timothy Baker, David Gustafson, Psycho-Oncology, 22, 2747–2754 August 2013 DOI: 10.1002/pon.3356. .
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  • “Hearing and Talking to the Other Side: Antecedents of Cross-cutting Exposure in Adolescents,” Porismita Borah, Stephanie Edgerly, Emily Vraga, and Dhavan V. Shah, Mass Communication and Society, 16, 391-416, March 2013. 10.1080/15205436.2012.693568
  • “Processes of Political Socialization: A Communication Mediation Approach to Youth Civic Engagement,” Nam-jin Lee, Dhavan V. Shah, and Jack M. McLeod, Communication Research, 40(5): 669-697, February, 2013, DOI: 10.1177/0093650212436712.
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  • “Predictors of Online Health Information Seeking Among Women with Breast Cancer: The Role of Social Support Perception and Emotional Well-Being,” Sojung Claire Kim, Kang Namkoong, Dhavan V. Shah, Fiona M. McTavish, and David H. Gustafson, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 18(2): 98–118, January, 2013, DOI: 10.1111/JCC4.12002
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  • “Predictors of the Change in the Expression of Emotional Support within an Online Breast Cancer Support Group: A Longitudinal Study,” Woohyun Yoo, Ming-Yuan Chih, Min Woo Kwon, JungHwan Yang, Eunji Cho, Bryan McLaughlin, Namkoong Kang, Dhavan V. Shah, and David H. Gustafson, Patient Education and Counseling, 90, 88-95, January 2013. DOI: 10.1016/J.PEC.2012.10.001
  • “Public Broadcasting, Media Engagement, and 2-1-1: Using Mass Communication to Increase the Use of Social Services,” Dhavan V. Shah, Douglas M. McLeod, Hernando Rojas, Benjamin G. Sayre, Emily Vraga, Rosanne M. Scholl, Clive Jones, and Amy Shaw. American Journal of Preventative Medicine, 43, S443–S449, December 2012.
  • “How Patients Recovering From Alcoholism Use a Smartphone Intervention,” Fiona McTavish, Ming-Yuan Chih, Dhavan V. Shah, and David H. Gustafson, Journal of Dual Diagnosis, 8, 294-304, Issue 4, 2012.
  • “Communication, Consumers, and Citizens: Revisiting the Politics of Consumption,” Dhavan V. Shah, Lewis Friedland, Chris Wells, Young Mie Kim, and Hernando Rojas, The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 644, 6-19, November 2012.
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  • “Gender and Generation in the Social Positioning of Taste,” Nam-jin Lee, Christine L. Garlough, Lewis Friedland, and Dhavan V. Shah. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 644, 134-146, November 2012.
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  • “Examining Overconsumption, Competitive Consumption, and Conscious Consumption from 1994-2004: Disentangling Cohort and Period Effects,” D. Jasun Carr, Melissa Gotlieb, Nam-Jin Lee, and Dhavan V Shah, The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 644, 220-233, November 2012.
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  • “The Civic Consequences of “Going Negative”: Attack Ads and Adolescents’ Knowledge, Consumption, and Participation,” Ming Wang, Itay Gabay, and Dhavan V. Shah, The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 644, 256-271, November 2012.
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  • “The Process and Effect of Supportive Message Expression and Reception in Online Breast Cancer Support Groups,” Eunkyung Kim, Jeong Yeob Han, Tae-Joon Moon, Bret Shaw, Dhavan V. Shah, Fiona M. McTavish, and David H. Gustafson, Psycho-Oncology, 21, 531–540, 2012.
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  • “Creating a Bond between Caregivers Online: Impact on Caregivers’ Coping Strategies,” Kang Namkoong, Lori L. DuBenske, Bret R. Shaw, David H. Gustafson, Robert P. Hawkins, Dhavan V. Shah, Fiona McTavish, and James F. Cleary, Journal of Health Communication, 17, 125-140, 2012.
  • “The Correspondent, the Comic, and the Combatant: The Consequences of Host Style in Political Talk Shows,” Emily Vraga, Stephanie Edgerly, Leticia Bode, D. Jasun Carr, Mitchell Bard, Courtney Johnson, Young Mie Kim and Dhavan Shah, Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 89, 5–22, 2012.
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  • “Predictors of Supportive Message Expression and Reception in an Interactive Cancer Communication System,” Eunkyung Kim, Jeong Yeob Han, Dhavan V. Shah, Bret Shaw, Fiona M. McTavish, and David H. Gustafson, Journal of Health Communication, 16, 1106–1121, 2011.
  • “Potential Roles for New Communication Technologies in Treatment of Addiction,” Kimberly Johnson, Andrew Isham, Dhavan V. Shah, and David H. Gustafson, Current Psychiatry Reports, 13, 390–397, 2011.
  • “Who Taught Me That? Repurposed News, Blog Structure, and Source Identification,” Emily Vraga, Stephanie Edgerly, Ming Wang, and Dhavan V. Shah, Journal of Communication, 61, 795–815, 2011.
  • “A Communicative Approach to Social Capital,” Hernando Rojas, Dhavan V. Shah, and Lewis A. Friedland, Journal of Communication, 61, 689-712, 2011
  • “Empathic Exchanges in Online Cancer Support Groups: Distinguishing Message Expression and Reception Effects,” Jeong Yeob Han, Dhavan V. Shah, Eunkyung Kim, Kang Namkoong, Sun-Young Lee, Tae Joon Moon, Rich Cleland, Fiona M. McTavish, and David H. Gustafson, Health Communication, 26, 185-197, 2011.
  • “Expression and Reception of Treatment Information in Breast Cancer Support Groups: How Health Self-Efficacy Moderates Effects on Emotional Well-Being,” Kang Namkoong, Dhavan V. Shah, Jeong Yeob Han, Sojung Claire Kim, Woohyun Yoo, Fiona M. McTavish, and David H. Gustafson, Patient Education and Counseling, 81S, 41–47, 2010.
  • “Agenda Setting in a Digital Age: Tracking Attention to California Proposition 8 in Social Media, Online News, and Conventional News,” Ben Sayre, Leticia Bode, Dhavan V. Shah, Dave Wilcox, and Chirag Shah, Policy & Internet, 2, 7-32, 2010
  • “Digital Democracy: Re-imagining Pathways to Political Participation,” Homero Gil de Zuniga, Aaron Veenstra, Emily Vraga, and Dhavan Shah, Journal of Information Technology and Politics, 7, 36-51, 2010.
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  • “Consumer Culture Theory, Nonverbal Communication, and Contemporary Politics: Considering Context and Embracing Complexity, Kristin Lieb and Dhavan V. Shah, Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 34, 81-91, June 2010.
  • “Precision vs. Realism on the Framing Continuum: Understanding the Underpinnings of Message Effects,” Emily K. Vraga, D. Jasun Carr, Jeffery P. Nytes, and Dhavan V. Shah, Political Communication, 27: 1-19, January – March 2010.
  • “’Split Screens’ and ‘Spin Rooms’: Debate Modality and the New Videomalaise” Jaeho Cho, Dhavan V. Shah, Seungahn Nah, and Dominique Brossard, Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 53: 242–261, June 2009.
  • “Communication and Political Socialization: Challenges and Opportunities for Research,” Jack M. McLeod and Dhavan V. Shah, Political Communication, 26: 1-10, January-March 2009.
  • “Communication Competence as a Foundation for Civic Competence: Processes of Socialization into Citizenship,” Dhavan V. Shah, Jack, M. McLeod, and Nam-jin Lee, Political Communication, 26: 102-117, January-March 2009.
  • “Campaigns, Reflection, and Deliberation: Advancing an O-S-R-O-R Model of Communication Effects,” Jaeho Cho, Dhavan V. Shah, Jack M. McLeod, Douglas M. McLeod, Rosanne M. Scholl, and Melissa R. Gotlieb, Communication Theory, 19: 66-88, February 2009.
  • “Framing Policy Conflict: Issue Dualism, Journalistic Frames, and Opinions on Controversial Policy Issues,” Nam-jin Lee, Douglas M. McLeod, and Dhavan V. Shah, Communication Research, 35: 695-718, October 2008.
  • “Frames and Knowledge in Mixed Media: How Activation Changes Information Intake,” Aaron Veenstra, Ben Sayre, Dhavan V. Shah and Douglas McLeod, Cyberpsychology & Behavior, 11: 443-450, August, 2008.
  • “Campaign Ads, Online Messaging, and Participation: Extending the Communication Mediation Model,” Dhavan V. Shah, Jaeho Cho, Seungahn Nah, Melissa R. Gotlieb, Hyunseo Hwang, Nam-Jin Lee, Rosanne M. Scholl, and Douglas M. McLeod, Journal of Communication, 57: 676-703, December, 2007.
  • “The Politics of Consumption/The Consumption of Politics.” Dhavan V. Shah, Douglas M. Mcleod, Lewis Friedland and Michelle Nelson. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 611: 6-15, May 2007.
  • “Capital, Consumption, Communication, and Citizenship: The Social Positioning of Taste and Civic Culture in the U.S.” Lewis Friedland, Dhavan V. Shah, Nam-Jin Lee, Mark A. Rademacher, Lucy Atkinson, & Thomas Hove. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 611: 31-49, May 2007.
  • “Political Consumerism: How Communication Practices and Consumption Orientations Drive “Lifestyle Politics”.” Dhavan V. Shah, Douglas M. McLeod, Eunkyung Kim, Sun Young Lee, Melissa Gotlieb, Shirley Ho, & Hilde Brevik. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 611: 217-235, May 2007.
  • “The Internet and Anti-War Activism: A Case Study of Information, Expression, and Action,” Seungahn Nah, Aaron S. Veenstra, and Dhavan V. Shah, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 12(1): article 12, October 2006.
  • “Media Dissociation, Internet Use, and Anti-War Political Participation,” Hyunseo Hwang, Michael Schmierbach, Hye-Jin Paek, Homero Gil de Zuniga, and Dhavan V. Shah, Mass Communication and Society, 9(4): 461–483, Fall 2006.
  • “Cue Convergence: Associative Effects on Social Intolerance,” Jaeho Cho, Homero Gil de Zuniga, Dhavan V. Shah, and Douglas M. McLeod, Communication Research, 33(3): 136-154, June 2006.
  • “Expressive Responses to News Stories About Extremist Groups: A Framing Experiment,” Michael P. Boyle, Michael Schmierbach, Cory L. Armstrong, Jaeho Cho, Michael R. McCluskey, Douglas M. McLeod, and Dhavan V. Shah, Journal of Communication, 56(2): 271–288, June 2006.
  • “Examining the Effects of Public Journalism on Civil Society: 1994 –2002,” Sandy Nichols, Lewis A. Friedland, Jaeho Cho, Hernando Rojas, and Dhavan V. Shah, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, , 83(1): 77-100, Spring 2006.
  • “Explicating Opinion Leadership: Non-Political Dispositions, Information Consumption, and Civic Participation,” Dhavan V. Shah and Dietram A. Scheufele, Political Communication, 23(1): 1–22, January-March, 2006.
  • “Local News, Social Integration, and Community Participation: Hierarchical Linear Modeling of Contextual and Cross-Level Effects,” Hye-Jin Paek, So-Hyang Yoon, and Dhavan V. Shah, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 82(3): 587-606, Autumn, 2005.
  • “Understanding the Relationship Between Communication and Political Knowledge: A Model-Comparison Approach Using Panel Data.” William P. Eveland, Jr., Andrew F. Hayes, Dhavan V. Shah, & Nojin Kwak, Political Communication, 22 (4): 423-446, October-December 2005.
  • “Information and Expression in a Digital Age: Modeling Internet Effects on Civic Participation,” Dhavan V. Shah, Jaeho Cho, William P. Eveland, Jr. and Nojin Kwak, Communication Research, 32(5): 1-35, October 2005.
  • “Personifying the Radical: How News Framing Polarizes Security Concerns and Tolerance Judgments,” Heejo Keum, Elliott Hillback, Hernando Rojas, Homero Gil de Zuniga, Dhavan V. Shah, and Douglas M. McLeod, Human Communication Research, 31(3): 337-364, July, 2005.
  • “Media Dialogue: Perceiving and Addressing Community Problems,” Hernando Rojas, Dhavan V. Shah, Jaeho Cho, Michael Schmierbach, Heejo Keum, and Homero Gil de Zuniga, Mass Communication and Society, 8(2): 93-110, Spring, 2005.
  • “The Efficacy Gap and Political Participation: When Political Influence Fails to Meet Expectations,” Michael R. McCluskey, Sameer Deshpande, Dhavan V. Shah, and Doug M. McLeod, International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 57(4): 643-652, December, 2004.
  • “Connecting, Trusting, and Participating: The Direct and Interactive Effects of Social Associations,” Nojin Kwak, Dhavan V. Shah, and R. Lance Holbert, Political Research Quarterly. 14(4): 437-455, Winter, 2004.
  • “Evaluating Measures of Campaign Advertising Exposure on Political Knowledge,” Travis N. Ridout, Dhavan V. Shah, Kenneth M. Goldstein, and Michael Franz, Political Behavior, 26 (3): 201-225, September 2004.
  • “The Citizen-Consumer: Media Effects at the Intersection of Consumer and Civic Culture” Heejo Keum, Narayan Devanathan, Sameer Deshpande, Michelle R. Nelson, and Dhavan V. Shah, Political Communication, 21(3): 369-391, July-September 2004.
  • “Fear, Authority, and Justice: TV News, Police Reality, and Crime Drama Viewing Influences on Endorsements of Capital Punishment and Gun Ownership,” R. Lance Holbert, Dhavan V. Shah, Nojin Kwak, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 81(2): 343-363, Summer 2004.
  • “Information Seeking and Emotional Reactions to the September 11 Terrorist Attacks” Michael P. Boyle, Michael Schmierbach, Cory Armstrong, Douglas M. McLeod, Dhavan V. Shah, and Zhongdang Pan, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 81(1): 155-167, Spring 2004.
  • “The Interplay of News Frames on Cognitive Complexity,” Dhavan V. Shah, Nojin Kwak, Michael Schmierbach, and Jessica Zubric, Human Communication Research, 30(1): 102-120, January 2004.
  • “Media, Terrorism, and Emotionality: Emotional Differences in Media Content and Public Reactions to September 11th,” Jaeho Cho, Michael P. Boyle, Heejo Keum, Mark Shevy, Douglas M. McLeod, Dhavan V. Shah, and Zhongdang Pan, Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 47(3): 309-327, September, 2003.
  • “Assessing Causality: A Panel Study of Motivations, Information Processing and Learning During Campaign 2000,” William P. Eveland Jr., Dhavan V. Shah, and Nojin Kwak, Communication Research, 30(4): 359-386, August 2003.
  • “Environmental Concerns, Patterns of Television Viewing, and Pro-Environmental Behaviors: Integrating Models of Media Consumption and Effects,” R. Lance Holbert, Nojin Kwak, and Dhavan V. Shah, Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 47(2): 177-196, June 2003.
  • “Beyond Access: The Digital Divide and Internet Uses and Gratifications,” Jaeho Cho, Homero Gil De Zuniga, Hernando Rojas, and Dhavan V. Shah, IT and Society, 1(4): 46-72, Spring 2003.
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  • “The Impact of Individual and Interpersonal Factors on Perceived News Media Bias,” William P. Eveland Jr., and Dhavan V. Shah, Political Psychology, 24(1):101-117, March 2003.
  • “Political Implications of Prime-Time Drama and Sitcom Use: Genres of Representation and Opinions Concerning Women’s Rights,” R. Lance Holbert, Dhavan V. Shah, Nojin Kwak, Journal of Communication, 53(1): 45-60, March 2003.
  • “Nonrecursive Models of Internet Use and Community Engagement: Questioning Whether Time Spent Online Erodes Social Capital,” Dhavan V. Shah, Michael Schmierbach, Joshua Hawkins, Rodolfo Espino, and Janet Donavan, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 79 (4): 964-987, Winter 2002.
  • “News Framing and Cueing of Issue Regimes: Explaining Clinton’s Public Approval in Spite of Scandal” Dhavan V. Shah, Mark D. Watts, David Domke, and David P. Fan, Public Opinion Quarterly, 66 (3): 339-370, Fall 2002.
  • “News Framing and Cueing of Issue Regimes: Explaining Clinton’s Public Approval in Spite of Scandal” Dhavan V. Shah, Mark D. Watts, David Domke, and David P. Fan, Public Opinion Quarterly, 66 (3): 339-370, Fall 2002.
  • “Communication, Context, and Community: An Exploration of Print, Broadcast, and Internet Influences” Dhavan V. Shah, Jack M. McLeod, and So-Hyang Yoon, Communication Research, 28 (4): 464-506, August, 2001.
  • “‘Connecting’ and ‘Disconnecting’ with Civic Life: Patterns of Internet Use and the Production of Social Capital,” Dhavan V. Shah, Nojin Kwak, and R. Lance Holbert, Political Communication, 18 (2): 141-162, Spring, 2001.
  • “Rights and Morals, Issues, and Candidate Integrity: Insights into the Role of the News Media,” David Domke, Dhavan V. Shah, and Daniel B. Wackman, Political Psychology, 21 (4): 641-665, December, 2000.
  • “Restricting Gambling Advertising and the Third-Person Effect,” Seounmi Youn, Ronald J. Faber, and Dhavan V. Shah, Psychology and Marketing, 17 (7): 633-649, July, 2000.
  • “Personality Strength and Social Capital: The Role of Dispositional and Informational Variables in the Production of Civic Participation,” Dietram A. Scheufele and Dhavan V. Shah (co-authors), Communication Research, 27 (2): 107-131, April, 2000.
  • “News Coverage, Economic Cues, and the Public’s Presidential Preferences: 1984-1996,” Dhavan V. Shah, Mark D. Watts, David Domke, David P. Fan, and Michael Fibison, Journal of Politics, 61, (4): 914-943, November, 1999.
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  • “The Politics of Conservative Elites and the ‘Liberal Media’ Argument,” David Domke, Mark D. Watts, Dhavan V. Shah, and David P. Fan, Journal of Communication, 49, (4): 35-58, Autumn, 1999.
  • “Susceptibility and Severity: Perceptual Dimensions Underlying the Third-Person Effect,” Dhavan V. Shah, Ronald J. Faber, and Seounmi Youn, Communication Research, 26, (2): 240-267, April, 1999.
  • “Elite Cues and Media Bias in Presidential Campaigns: Explaining Public Perceptions of a Liberal Press,” Mark D. Watts, David Domke, Dhavan V. Shah, and David P. Fan, Communication Research, 26, (2): 144-175, April, 1999.
  • “Civic Engagement, Interpersonal Trust, and Television Use: An Individual Level Assessment of Social Capital,” Dhavan V. Shah, Political Psychology, 19, (3): 469-496, September, 1998.
  • “‘Moral Referendums’: Values, News Media and the Process of Candidate Choice,” David Domke, Dhavan V. Shah and Daniel B. Wackman, Political Communication, 15 (3): 301-321, Summer, 1998.
  • “Framing and the Public Agenda: Media Effects on the Importance of the Budget Deficit,” Amy E. Jasperson, Dhavan V. Shah, Mark D. Watts, Ronald J. Faber, and David P. Fan, Political Communication, 15 (2): 205-224, Spring, 1998.
  • “Media Priming Effects: Accessibility, Association, and Activation,” David Domke, Dhavan V. Shah and Daniel B. Wackman, International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 10 (1): 51-74, Spring , 1998.
  • “News Media, Candidates and Issues, and Public Opinion in the 1996 Presidential Campaign,” David Domke, David P. Fan, Michael Fibison, Dhavan V. Shah, Steve S. Smith and Mark D. Watts, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 74 (4): 718-737, Winter, 1997.
  • “Values and the Vote: Linking Issue Interpretations to the Process of Candidate Choice,” Dhavan V. Shah, David Domke and Daniel B. Wackman, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 74 (2): 357-387, Summer, 1997.
  • “‘To Thine Own Self Be True’: Values, Framing and Voter Decision-Making Strategies,” Dhavan V. Shah, David Domke and Daniel B. Wackman, Communication Research, 23 (5): 509-560, October, 1996.
  • “For the Good of Others: Censorship and the Third-Person Effect,” Hernando Rojas, Dhavan V. Shah and Ronald J. Faber, International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 8 (2): 163-186, Summer, 1996.
  • “Interpretation of Issues and Voter Decision-Making Strategies: A New Perspective on ‘Issue-Oriented’ Election Coverage,” David Domke and Dhavan V. Shah (co-authors), Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 72 (1): 45-71, Spring, 1995.
  • “Crisis Negotiations Between Unequals: Lessons from a Classic Dialogue,” Heinz Waelchli and Dhavan V. Shah (co-authors), Negotiation Journal, 10 (2): 129-146, April, 1994.

Books and edited volumes

  • Political Socialization in a Media Saturated World, Esther L. Thorson, Mitchel S. McKinney, and Dhavan V. Shah (Eds), New York: Peter Lang Publishers, forthcoming.
  • Toward Computational Social Science: Big Data in Digital Environments, Dhavan V. Shah, Joseph Cappella, and W. Russell Neuman (Eds), The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, May 2015. (ISBN – 978-1506314631).
  • News Frames and National Security: Covering Big Brother, Douglas M. McLeod and Dhavan V. Shah, New York: Cambridge University Press, January 2015. (ISBN- 978-0521130554).
  • Communication, Consumers, and Citizens: Revisiting the Politics of Consumption, Dhavan V. Shah, Lewis Friedland, Chris Wells, Hernando Rojas, and Young Mie Kim (Eds), The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, November 2012 (ISBN- 1452275696).
  • Communication and Political Socialization, Jack M. McLeod and Dhavan V. Shah (Special Issue Editors), Political Communication, Taylor & Francis, January-March 2009.
  • The Politics of Consumption/The Consumption of Politics, Dhavan V. Shah, Lewis Friedland, Michelle Nelson, and Douglas McLeod (Eds), Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Sage, May 2007 (ISBN-1412959357).

BOOK CHAPTERS

  • “We All Scream for Ice Cream: Positive Identity Negotiation in the Face of Breast Cancer,” Bryan McLaughlin, Kang Namkoong, Shawnika Hull, and Dhavan V. Shah, In Alison N. Novak and Imaani Jamillah El-Burki (Eds), Defining Identity and the Changing Scope of Culture in the Digital Age, IGI Global, forthcoming.
  • “Political Engagement within Parent-Child Dyads: Rethinking the Transmission Model of Socialization in a Digital Media Environments,” Leticia Bode, Emily Vraga, JungHwan Yang, Stephanie Edgerly, Kjerstin Thorson, Dhavan V. Shah, and Christopher Wells, In Casey Klofstad (Ed.), Resources, Engagement, and Recruitment: New Advances in the Study of Civic Voluntarism, Temple University Press, forthcoming.
  • “Theorizing Political Socialization in a Media Saturated World,” Esther Thorson, Mitchell S. McKinney, and Dhavan V. Shah, In Esther L. Thorson, Mitchel S. McKinney, and Dhavan V. Shah (Eds), Political Socialization in a Media Saturated World, New York: Peter Lang Publishers, forthcoming.
  • “The Origins of Media Perceptions: Judgments of News Accuracy and Bias Among Adolescents,” Porismita Borah and Dhavan Shah, In Esther L. Thorson, Mitchel S. McKinney, and Dhavan V. Shah (Eds), Political Socialization in a Media Saturated World, New York: Peter Lang Publishers, forthcoming.
  • “Communication Norms, Contexts of Socialization, and Youth Civic Development,” Nam-jin Lee, Jack McLeod, and Dhavan Shah, In Esther L. Thorson, Mitchel S. McKinney, and Dhavan V. Shah (Eds), Political Socialization in a Media Saturated World, New York: Peter Lang Publishers, forthcoming.
  • “Computational Approaches to Online Political Expression: Rediscovering a ‘Science Of The Social,’” Dhavan V. Shah, Katy Culver, Alex Hanna, Timothy Macafee, JungHwan Yang, In Stephen Coleman and Deen Freelon (Eds.), Handbook of Digital Politics, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2015.
  • “Political Influence Across Generations: Partisanship and Candidate Evaluations in the 2008 Election,” Emily Vraga, Leticia Bode, Stephanie Edgerly, Kjerstin Thorson, Chris Welll, JungHwan Yang, and Dhavan V. Shah, In Brian D. Loader, Ariadne Vromen, and Michael Xenos (Eds.), The Networked Young Citizen: Social Media, Political Participation and Civic Engagement, New York, Routledge, 2014.
  • “Civic Norms and Communication Competence: Pathways to Socialization and Citizenship,” Dhavan V. Shah, Kjerstin Thorson, Chris Wells, Nam-jin Lee, and Jack McLeod, In Kate Kenski and Kathleen Hall Jamieson (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Political Communication, Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2014.
  • “Campaigns Go Digital: Are Facebook, Youtube, and Twitter Changing Elections?” Stephanie Edgerly, Leticia Bode, Young Mie Kim and Dhavan V. Shah, In Travis N. Ridout (Ed.) New Directions in Media and Politics, New York: Routledge, 2013.
  • “Digital Democracy: How the Internet has Changed Politics,” Leticia Bode, Stephanie Edgerly, Emily Vraga, Ben Sayre, and Dhavan V. Shah, In Angharad N. Valdivia (Gen. Ed.) & Erica Scharrer (Ed.), The International Encyclopedia of Media Studies, Vol. 5: Media Effects/Media Psychology. Boston, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012.
  • “Citizenship and Communication: Exploring Alternative Voices in the Public Sphere,” Christine L. Garlough and Dhavan V. Shah, In Angharad N. Valdivia (Gen. Ed.) & Radhika Parameswaran (Ed.), The International Encyclopedia of Media Studies, Vol. 3: Audience and Interpretation in Media Studies. Boston, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012.
  • “Communication and Education: Creating Communication Competence for Socialization into Public Life,” Jack M. McLeod, Dhavan V. Shah, Diana Hess, and Nam-jin Lee, In Lonnie R. Sherrod, Constance A. Flanagan, and Judith Torney-Purta (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Civic Engagement in Youth, New York: Wiley, 2010.
  • “Specificity, Complexity and Validity: Rescuing Experimental Research on Framing Effects, Dhavan V. Shah, Michael P. Boyle, Heejo Keum, Cory L. Armstrong, and Michael Schmierbach, In Paul D’Angelo and Jim A. Kuypers (Eds.), Doing News Framing Analysis: Empirical, Theoretical, and Normative Perspectives, New York: Routledge, 2010.
  • “Strategic Uses of the Internet by Hizbut Tahrir Indonesia,” Frank Hairgrove, Douglas M. McLeod, and Dhavan V. Shah, In James J.F. Forest (Ed.), Information Warfare 2.0: How States and Armed Groups Compete for Strategic Influence, Westport CT: Praeger Security International, 2009.
  • “Media and Civic Participation: On Understanding and Misunderstanding Communication Effects,” Dhavan V. Shah, Hernando Rojas, and Jaeho Cho, In Jennings Bryant and Mary Beth Oliver (Eds.) Media Effects: Advances in Theory and Research, New York: Routledge, 2008.
  • “Communication and Community,” Lewis Friedland and Dhavan V. Shah (co-authors), In Sharon Dunwoody, Lee Becker, Gerald Kosicki, and Douglas McLeod (Eds.), The Evolution of Key Mass Communication Concepts: Honoring Jack M. McLeod, Cresskill, N.J.: Hampton Press, 2005.
  • “The Collision of Convictions: Value Framing and Value Judgments,” Dhavan V. Shah, In Roderick P. Hart and Daron Shaw (Eds.), Communication and U.S. Elections: New Agendas, Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 2001.
  • “The Effects of Value-Framing on Political Judgment and Reasoning,” Dhavan V. Shah, David Domke, and Daniel B. Wackman, In Stephen D. Reese, Oscar H. Gandy, Jr., and August Grant (Eds.), Framing Public Life, Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2001.