magdalena wojcieszak

Referred Journal Articles

Yang, J., Rojas, H. Wojcieszak, M. (forthcoming). Why are "others" so polarized? Perceived political polarization and media use in 10 countries. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication.

Feldman, L. Wojcieszak, M., Stroud, N., & Bimber, B. (forthcoming). Explaining Media Choice: The Role of Issue-Specific Engagement in Predicting Interest-Based and Partisan Selectivity. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media.

Brenes, C., Wojcieszak, M., Lelkes, Y., & de Vreese, C. (2016). Selective Exposure to Balanced Content and Evidence Type: The Case of Issue and Non-Issue Publics about Climate Change and Health Care, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly.

Pincus, H., Wojcieszak, M., & Boomgaarden, H. (2016). Do multimedia matter? Cognitive and affective effects of embedded multimedia journalism. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly.

Wojcieszak, M. & Kim, N. (2015). How to Improve Attitudes toward Disliked Groups: The Effects of Narrative versus Numerical Evidence on Political Persuasion. Communication Research.

Wojcieszak, M., Azrout, R., Boomgaarden, H., Alencar, A., & Sheets, P. (2015). Integrating Muslim Immigrant Minorities: The Effects of Narrative and Statistical Messages. Communication Research. Online first.

Wojcieszak, M. (2015). Hostile Public Effect: Minority Status Mobilizing Political Participation. International Journal of Public Opinion Research.

Wojcieszak, M., Bimber, B., Feldman, L., & Stroud, N.(2015). Partisan News and Political Participation: Exploring Mediated Relationships. Political Communication 33(2), 241-260.

Font, J., Wojcieszak, M. & Navarro, C. (2014). Participation, Representation or Expertise: Citizen Preferences for Political Decision-Making Processes. Political Studies 63, 153-172.

Wojcieszak, M. (2014). Preferences for Political Decision-Making Processes and Issue Publics. Public Opinion Quarterly78(4), 917-939.

Wojcieszak, M. (2014). Aversive Racism in Spain: Testing and extending the theory. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 27(1) , 22-45.

Wojcieszak, M. & Smith, B. (2013). Will politics be tweeted? New media use by Iranian youth in 2011. New Media & Society 16, 1 91-109.

Feldman, L., Stroud, N., Bimber, B. & Wojcieszak, M. (2013). Assessing Selective Exposure in Experiments: The Implications of Different Methodological Choices. Communication Methods & Measures, 7(3), 198-220.

Wojcieszak, M. & Price, V. (2012). Facts versus Perceptions: Who Reports Disagreement during Deliberation and are the Reports Accurate. Political Communication, 29, 299-318.

Wojcieszak, M. & Price, V. (2012). Perceived versus Actual Disagreement: Which Influences Deliberative Experiences?. Journal of Communication, 62, 418–436.

Wojcieszak, M. (2012). On Strong Attitudes and Group Deliberation: Relationships, Structure, Changes and Effects. Political Psychology. 33, 225-242.

Wojcieszak, M. (2012). Transnational Connections: Challenges and Opportunities for Political Communication. International Journal of Communication 6, Feature 255–20.

Baek, Y. M., Wojcieszak, M., & Delli Carpini, M. (2012). Online Versus Face-to-Face Deliberation: Who? Why? What? With What Effects? New Media & Society, 14, 363-383.

Wojcieszak, M. & Rojas, H. (2011). Correlates of party, ideology and issue based extremity in an era of egocentric publics. International Journal of Press / Politics. 16, 488-507.

Wojcieszak, M. & Rojas, H. (2011). Hostile Public Effect: Communication Diversity and the Projection of Personal Opinions onto Others. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 55, 543-562.

Wojcieszak, M. (2011). Deliberation and Attitude Polarization: What happens when people with extreme views encounter disagreement. Journal of Communication 61, 596–617.

Wojcieszak, M. (2011). When Deliberation Divides: Processes Underlying Mobilization to Collective Action. Communication Monographs 78, 324 – 346.

Wojcieszak, M. (2011). Computer-Mediated False Consensus: Radical Online Groups, Social Networks and News Media. Mass Communication & Society, 14, 527-546.

Wojcieszak, M. (2011). Pulling Towards or Pulling Away: Deliberation, Disagreement and Opinion Extremity in Political Participation. Social Science Quarterly 92, 207 --225

Wojcieszak, M. & Price, V. (2010). Bridging the Divide or Intensifying the Conflict? How Disagreement Affects Strong Predilections about Sexual Minorities. Political Psychology, 31, 315-339.

Wojcieszak, M., Baek, Y. M., & Delli Carpini, M. (2010). Deliberative and Participatory Democracy? Ideological Strength and the Processes Leading from Deliberation to Political Engagement. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 22, 154-180.

Wojcieszak, M. (2010). “Don’t Talk to Me”- Effects of Ideologically Homogeneous Online Groups and Politically Dissimilar Offline Ties on Extremism. New Media & Society, 12, 637-655.

Wojcieszak, M. (2010). Voice to the people: Media users’ perspective on selective exposure and avoidance. Electronic Journal of Communication 20

Baek, Y. M. & Wojcieszak, M. (2009). Don’t Expect Too Much! Relationship between Learning from Late-Night Comedy and Knowledge Item Difficulty. Communication Research, 36, 783-809.

Wojcieszak, M., Baek, Y. M., & Delli Carpini, M. (2009). What is really going on: Structure Underlying Online and Face to Face Deliberation. Information, Communication and Society, 12, 1080 – 1102.

Wojcieszak, M. (2009). Carrying Online Participation Offline: Mobilization by Radical Online Groups and Politically Dissimilar Offline Ties. Journal of Communication, 59 (3), 564-586.

Wojcieszak, M. (2009). Three Dimensionality: Taxonomy of Iconic, Linguistic and Audio Messages in Television News. Television & New Media, 10(6), 459-481.

Wojcieszak, M. & Mutz, D. (2009). Online Groups and Political Discourse: Do Online Discussion Spaces Facilitate Exposure to Political Disagreement? Journal of Communication, 59(1), 40-56.

Wojcieszak, M. & Price, V. (2009). What Underlies the False Consensus Effect? How Personal Opinion and Disagreement Affect Public Opinion Perception. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 21, 25-46.

Wojcieszak, M. (2008). False Consensus Goes Online: Impact of Ideologically Homogeneous Online Groups on False Consensus. Public Opinion Quarterly 72(4):781-791.

Wojcieszak, M. (2008). Mainstream Critique, Critical Mainstream and New Media: Reconciliation of Administrative and Critical Approaches of Media Effects Studies. International Journal of Communication 2, 354- 378.

Wojcieszak, M. (2007). Al Jazeera: A Challenge to the Traditional Framing Research. International Communication Gazette 69(2), 115-128.

Wojcieszak, M. (2006). Does Online Selectivity Create a Threat to Deliberative Democracy: Cyber Skepticism Reconsidered. International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society 1(5), 165-174.

Wojcieszak, M. (2005). Frankfurtschool.com: The Application of the Frankfurt Schools’ Critical Scholarship to the Internet, Iowa Journal of Communication 37(1-2), 3-26.

Books

Rojas, H., Orozco, M., Gil de Zúñiga, H., & Wojcieszak, M. (2011). Comunicación y Ciudadanía (Communication and Citizenship). Universidad Externado de Colombia Press.

Font, J. Navarro, C,. Wojcieszak, M & Alarcon, P. (in press). ”Democracia invisible” en España? Las preferencias sobre procesos políticos de la ciudadanía española y sus factores explicativos. (“Stealth Democracy” in Spain? Preferences as to the Political Processes and their Explanatory Factors”). CIS, Opiniones y Actitudes.

Edited Volumes

Wojcieszak, M. (2012). Special Section on Transnational Connections: Challenges and Opportunities for Political Communication. International Journal of Communication 6, Feature 255–20

Book Reviews

Wojcieszak, M. (2010). Review of “Cyber Racism: White Supremacy Online and the New Attack on Civil Rights” Sociological Inquiry, 80, 150-152.

Book Chapters

Wojcieszak, M. (2009). Medios hostiles, públicos hostiles: Factores que influyen en las percepciones sobre los medios. In Comunicación y Comunidad (Eds H. Rojas, I. Pérez & H. Gil de Zúniga). Bogotá: Publicaciones Universidad Externado de Colombia

Invited Publications

Wojcieszak, M. (2009). Expert Column on Greenpeace Airplot Campaign in the UK. Communication Director.


Conference Presentations

Wojcieszak, M. (May 2012). On Strong Attitudes and Group Deliberation: Relationships, Structure, Changes and Effects, presented at the International Communication Association Conference, Phoenix.

Wojcieszak, M. (May 2012). Will Politics be Tweeted? New Media Use by Iranian Youth in 2011, presented at the International Communication Association Conference, Phoenix.  

Wojcieszak, M. & Rojas, H. (May, 2012). Online users? perceptions of public opinion and media’s political influence: Perspectives for future research, presented at the Political Communication Preconference, International Communication Association, Phoenix

Wojcieszak, M. & Rojas, H. (May, 2011). Communication Diversity and the Projection of Personal Opinions onto Others, presented at the International Communication Association Conference, Boston.

Wojcieszak, M. (March, 2011). Deliberation Reconsidered: What Happens When People with Extreme Views Encounter Disagreement? presented at the Transnational Connections Symposium. Segovia, Spain..

Wojcieszak, M. & Font, J. (March, 2011). Stealth Democracy in Spain? Extending and explaining the model, presented at the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.

Wojcieszak, M. & Price, V. (March, 2011). Facts versus Perceptions: Which Influences Deliberative Experiences, Political Tolerance and Attitude Polarization?, presented at the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.

Wojcieszak, M., Stroud, T., Feldman , L., & Bimber, B. (September, 2010). Democratically Important Media Effects, Selective Exposure to News Media and the Forced-Choice Error Problem, presented at the Political Communication Preconference, American Political Science Association, Washington DC.

Wojcieszak, M. (June, 2010). Pulling Towards or Pulling Away: Deliberation, Disagreement and Opinion Extremity in Political Participation, presented at the International Communication Association Conference, Singapore.

Wojcieszak, M. & Price, V. (April, 2010). Facts versus Perceptions: Who Reports Disagreement during Deliberation and are the Reports Accurate, presented at the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.

Wojcieszak, M. (April, 2010). When Deliberation Divides: How People with Strong Views Respond to Political Disagreement, invited presentation at the University of Wisconsin Madison.

Wojcieszak, M. (Sept., 2009). Deliberation, Disagreement, and Opinion Strength: Processes Underlying Mobilization to Collective Action., presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Political Science, Toronto, Canada.

Wojcieszak, M. & Price, V. (July, 2009). Deliberating the Divide or Intensifying the Conflict? How Disagreement Affects Strong Predilections about Gay Marriage, presented at the World Congress of Political Science, Santiago.

Wojcieszak, M. (July, 2009). Cross-Cutting Exposure Reconsidered: The Role of Attitude Strength, presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research Conference, Mexico City.

Wojcieszak, M. & Price, V. (May, 2009). What Underlies the False Consensus Effect? How Personal Opinion and Disagreement Affect Perception of Public Opinion, presented at the International Communication Association Conference, Chicago.

Wojcieszak, M., Baek, Y. M. & Delli Carpini, M. (May, 2009). Deliberative and Participatory Democracy? Ideological Strength and the Processes Leading From Deliberation to Political Engagement, presented at the International Communication Association Conference, Chicago.

Wojcieszak, M. (Nov., 2008). Deliberation, Disagreement, and Opinion Strength: Processes Underlying Mobilization to Collective Action, presented at the Penn Program on Democracy, Citizenship and Constitutionalism, Philadelphia.

Baek, Y. M., Wojcieszak, M. & Delli Carpini, M. (August, 2008). Online Versus Face-to-Face Deliberation: Who? Why? What? With What Effects?, presented at the American Political Science Association Conference, Boston.

Wojcieszak, M. & Mutz, D. (August, 2008). Online Groups and Political Networks: Does the Internet Facilitate Exposure to Political Disagreement?, presented at the American Political Science Association Conference, Boston.

Baek, Y. M., Wojcieszak, M. & Delli Carpini, M. (June, 2008). What is really going on: Structure Underlying Online and Face to Face Deliberation, presented at the Global Webbing of Diverging Agendas: Synchronicity and Asynchronicity in Contemporary Culture and Politics Conference, Budapest.

Baek, Y. M. & Wojcieszak, M. (May, 2008). Don’t Expect Too Much! Learning from Late-Night Comedy and Knowledge Item Difficulty, presented at the International Communication Association Conference, Montreal.

Wojcieszak, M. (April, 2008). Voice to the People: Media Users’ Perspective on Selective Exposure and Avoidance, presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Conference, Chicago.  

Wojcieszak, M. (Nov., 2007). Where the Differences Lie?: Assessing Exposure to Dissimilar Political Views from Discussants, News Media and Online Groups, presented at the Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research Conference, Chicago.

Wojcieszak, M. (July, 2007). “Carrying Online Participation Offline” – Effects of Ideologically Homogeneous Online Groups and Politically Dissimilar Offline Ties on Political Engagement, presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research Conference, Paris, France.

Wojcieszak, M. & Mutz, D. (June, 2007). Online Groups and Political Deliberation: Does the Internet Facilitate Exposure to Political Disagreement?, presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Francisco.

Wojcieszak, M. (April, 2007). The End of Deliberation? Inapplicability of Deliberative Theory to Contemporary Societies, presented at the American Comparative Literature Conference, Puebla, Mexico.

Wojcieszak, M. (Nov., 2006). Three Dimensionality: Taxonomy of Iconic, Linguistic and Audio Messages in Television News, presented at the National Communication Association Conference, San Antonio.

Wojcieszak, M. (Nov., 2006). Legalizing Charisma - Inaugural Rhetoric of "Young" and "Old" Democracies, presented at the National Communication Association Conference, San Antonio.

Wojcieszak, M. (Sept. 2006). Don't Talk To Me: Unanimous Online Groups, Offline Ties, Ideological Extremism, and Reconsidering Deliberation, presented at the American Political Science Association Conference, Philadelphia.

Wojcieszak, M. (August, 2006). A Tale of "Good" and "Evil": Ideograph "Evil" in the Presidential Rhetoric of Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush, presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, San Francisco.

Wojcieszak, M. (June, 2006). Mainstream Critique, Critical Mainstream and New Media: Reconciliation of "Administrative" and "Critical" Approaches of Media Effects Studies, presented at the International Communication Association Conference, Dresden.

Wojcieszak, M. (June, 2006). The Long Life of the "Evil Empire": A Cultural-Historical Approach to American Presidential Rhetoric, presented at the International Communication Association Conference, Dresden.

Wojcieszak, M. (May, 2006). What About the People? Impact of Ideologically Homogeneous Groups on False Consensus, presented at the American Association of Public Opinion Research Conference, Montreal.

Wojcieszak, M. (Oct., 2005). Frankfurtschool.com: Application of the Critical Scholarship of the Frankfurt School to the Internet, presented at the National Communication Association Conference, Boston.

Wojcieszak, M. (Oct., 2005). Frankfurtschool.com: Application of the Critical Scholarship of the Frankfurt School to the Internet, presented at the Re:activism Conference, Central European University, Budapest.

Wojcieszak, M. (May, 2005). Al Jazeera: a Challenge to the Traditional Framing Research, presented at the 2005 International Communication Association Conference, New York City.

Wojcieszak, M. (February, 2005). Does Online Selectivity Create a Threat to Deliberative Democracy: Cyber Skepticism Reconsidered, presented at the Technology, Knowledge & Society Conference. Berkeley, CA.