Research output

Here you can find information about publications and additional output from Media in Context & EXPONet

  • British Election Longitudinal News Study 2015–2019 [BELNS]:
    Print news coverage with validated topics and candidate sentiment: [DOI: 10.24378/exe.3223]
  • Media in Context Final Workshop 14 June 2021
    Call for Proposals & ECR bursaries [DOCX]
  • Media in Context 2019 Data Pre-release, 30 November 2020
  1. Documentation [PDF]
  2. GE 2019 Newspaper coverage with validated topics [XLSX]
  3. BES Linkage: Python scripts, linked dataset [ZIP]
  • Measuring Information Exposure in Dynamic and Dependent Networks, London, 22 January 2019
  1. Fake and Real in News and Method [PDF]
  2. Classifying Climate Change Misinformation [PDF]
  3. Comparing Topics and Ideology in Online News [PDF]
  4. UNBias: A toolbox to Understand News Bias [PDF]
  • EXPONet Working Papers & Abstracts
  1. Dynamic Networks of News Consumption: Online Traffic during the 2016 Brexit
    Campaign in the UK (IC2S2, 10-13 July, 2017) [Abstract]
  2. Dynamic Social Media Affiliations Among UK Politicians [PDF]
  3. Flows of Information during Election Campaigns [PDF]
  • Institute for Policy Research presentation, Bath, 2017
  1. Fake News, Expertise and the Failure of Political Responsibility [PDF]
  • ‘Media in Context’ workshop presentations, London, 15 January 2016
  1. Background to the ‘Media in Context and The 2015 General Election’ project [Slides,PDF]
  2. Traditional Media as Data in the 2015 General Election (human coded) [Slides,PDF]
  3. The Election in the Press (machine coded) [Slides,PDF]
  4. Social Media in the 2015 General Election [Slides,PDF]
  5. Survey Experiments during the 2015 General Election [Slides,PDF]
  • EPOP workshop presentations, Cardiff, 11 September 2015
  1. Media in Context: Background [Slides,PDF]
  2. Collecting and Coding ‘Big’ Media Data [Slides,PDF]
  3. Online Experiment: Method and Data [Slides,PDF]
  4. Heterogeneity in Treatment Effects [Slides,PDF]
  • Working papers
  1. The effect of post-electoral communication frames on attitudes towards government: Evidence from a survey experiment after the 2015 British election [Abstract,PDF] [Slides,PDF]
  2. Domestic Audience Costs and the EU Referendum [Abstract,PDF]
  3. Modelling Information Flows in the 2015 General Election [Paper, PDF]
  1. ‘Exeter_MiC_Human_Coded_Media’ [.sav, .dta, codebook]
  2. ‘Exeter_MiC_Newspaper_Election_Articles’ [.csv, .dta, codebook]
  3. ‘Exeter_MiC_Candidate_Twitter_Data’ [.csv, .dta, codebook]

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Here you can find information about publications and additional output from mediaeffectsresearch

  • Articles
  1. Susan Banducci, Heiko Giebler and Sylvia Kritzinger. 2015. Knowing More from Less: How the Information Environment Increases Knowledge of Party Positions. British Journal of Political Science, Available on CJO 2015 doi:10.1017/S0007123415000204
  2. William Pollock, Jennifer Jerit, Susan Banducci, Daniel Stevens, and Martijn Schoonvelde. 2015, forthcoming. Studying Media Events in the European Social Surveys across Research Designs, Countries, Time, Issues, and Outcomes. European Political Science.
  • Working papers
  1. Three Approaches To Gauging Media Effects in the UK [Paper, PDF] [Slides, PDF]
  2. The Information Environment and Participation [Paper, PDF] [Slides, PDF]
  3. Generalizing the Study of Media Effects [Paper, PDF] [Slides, PDF]
  4. Testing Media Exposure in the Lab [Slides, PDF]
  5. Knowing More from Less: How the Information Environment Increases Knowledge of Party Positions [PDF]
  • Data
  1. EES Media Study:
  2. News Exposure Experiments
  3. Three Approaches Replication Data (code to follow):
  4. The Information Environment Replication data (code to follow):
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