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Steven Smallpage
Steven Smallpage
Associate Professor of Political Science, Stetson University
Email confirmado em stetson.edu
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The partisan contours of conspiracy theory beliefs
SM Smallpage, AM Enders, JE Uscinski
Research & politics 4 (4), 2053168017746554, 2017
952017
Informational cues, partisan-motivated reasoning, and the manipulation of conspiracy beliefs
AM Enders, SM Smallpage
Political Communication 36 (1), 83-102, 2019
802019
Are all ‘birthers’ conspiracy theorists? On the relationship between conspiratorial thinking and political orientations
AM Enders, SM Smallpage, RN Lupton
British Journal of Political Science 50 (3), 849-866, 2020
752020
Values and political predispositions in the age of polarization: Examining the relationship between partisanship and ideology in the United States, 1988–2012
RN Lupton, SM Smallpage, AM Enders
British Journal of Political Science 50 (1), 241-260, 2020
592020
Polls, plots, and party politics: Conspiracy theories in contemporary America
AM Enders, SM Smallpage
Conspiracy theories and the people who believe them, 298-318, 2018
562018
Who are the Conspiracy Theorists?: Demographics and conspiracy theories
SM Smallpage, H Drochon, JE Uscinski, C Klofstad
Routledge handbook of conspiracy theories, 263-277, 2020
502020
Who are conspiracy theorists? A comprehensive approach to explaining conspiracy beliefs
AM Enders, SM Smallpage
Social Science Quarterly 100 (6), 2017-2032, 2019
442019
On the measurement of conspiracy beliefs
AM Enders, SM Smallpage
Research & Politics 5 (1), 2053168018763596, 2018
362018
The impact of social desirability bias on conspiracy belief measurement across cultures
SM Smallpage, AM Enders, H Drochon, JE Uscinski
Political Science Research and Methods 11 (3), 555-569, 2023
182023
Conspiracy thinking, tolerance, and democracy
SM Smallpage
Conspiracy theories and the people who believe them, 187-200, 2018
152018
Racial prejudice, not populism or authoritarianism, predicts support for Trump over Clinton
A Enders, S Smallpage
The Washington Post 26, 2016
152016
Conspiracy Theories & People who Believe Them
AM Enders, SM Smallpage, JE Uscinski
52018
The partisan contours of conspiracy theory beliefs. Research & Politics, 4 (4), 1-7
SM Smallpage, AM Enders, JE Uscinski
52017
Demographics and conspiracy theories
SM Smallpage, H Drochon, JE Uscinski, C Klofstad
12020
The impact of social desirability bias on conspiracy belief measurement across cultures
JE Uscinski, SM Smallpage, AM Enders, H Drochon
Political Science Research and Methods 11 (3), 0
1
Conspiracy thinking and the long historical shadow of Romanticism on authoritarian politics
SM Smallpage, RL Askew, EA Kurlander, JB Rust
Frontiers in Psychology 14, 1185699, 2023
2023
Conspiracy thinking is only dangerous when it mixes with extreme partisanship
AM Enders, SM Smallpage
USApp–American Politics and Policy Blog, 2018
2018
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