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.