ResultsFound: 40 on Campaign Media
2016 updated literature review of political science insights on American presidential debates and their effects.
2016 tip sheet featuring advice on interviewing politicians and public leaders from Molly Ball, a staff writer at The Atlantic.
2016 study in the American Journal of Political Science that looks at whether Latino political representation improves in the U.S. when election materials are printed in English and Spanish.
Semester-long course on political reporting, including covering governance in the United States, the democratic process, and how to cover elections,
2016 talk in which Jill Abramson, the former executive editor of The New York Times, weighs in on the quality of the media’s 2016 campaign coverage.
In this 2015 study, researchers describe a “search engine manipulation effect” and determine what populations are most vulnerable to being influenced with regards to voting decisions.
A 2015 study published in Political Communication looks at the frequency, effectiveness and perceptions of credibility of using male versus female voice-overs in political television ads.
Roundup of 2014 and 2015 research on issues relevant to the 2016 campaign, including the nomination process, debates, partisanship, scandals, financing, polling and social media.
2014 roundup of research-based ideas for improving coverage of elections, including providing context and depth on issues such as voter ID laws, exit polls and the role of outside money.