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  1. Smartphone-size screens constrain cognitive access to video news stories
  2. Newspaper Closures Polarize Voting Behavior
  3. 23. Political Advertising
  4. The Role of Minority Journalists, Candidates, and Audiences in Shaping Race-Related Campaign News Coverage
  5. Elites are people, too: The effects of threat sensitivity on policymakers’ spending priorities
  6. News Attention in a Mobile Era
  7. Resurgent Mass Partisanship Revisited: The Role of Media Choice in Clarifying Elite Ideology
  8. The Many Layers of Local: Proximity and Market Influence on News Coverage of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill*
  9. Voters' Perceptions of Party Platforms: The Role of Changing Information Contexts*
  10. U.S. News Coverage of Global Terrorist Incidents
  11. Party Polarization, Media Choice, and Mass Partisan-Ideological Sorting
  12. Reinforcing or Breaking Party Systems? Internet Communication Technologies and Party Competition in Comparative Context
  13. Skin Tone and Individuals’ Perceptions of Commonality and Competition with Other Racial and Ethnic Groups
  14. What Predicts the Game Frame? Media Ownership, Electoral Context, and Campaign News
  15. Traits versus Issues
  16. Early Voting and Campaign News Coverage
  17. Media Ownership and Story Tone in Campaign News
  18. Rebuilding or Intruding? Media Coverage and Public Opinion on Latino Immigration in Post-Katrina Louisiana
  19. It’s All in the Name: Source Cue Ambiguity and the Persuasive Appeal of Campaign Ads
  21. Slanted Newspaper Coverage of Immigration: The Importance of Economics and Geography
  22. English- and Spanish-Language Media Coverage of Immigration: A Comparative Analysis*
  23. Markets, Ownership, and the Quality of Campaign News Coverage
  24. Anglo Voting on Nativist Ballot Initiatives: The Partisan Impact of Spatial Proximity to the U.S.-Mexico Border
  25. The Move to Mobile