Michelle I. Seelig
Michelle I. Seelig
Professor, Department of Interactive Media, University of Miami
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Why do people believe COVID-19 conspiracy theories?
M Uscinski, J. E., Enders, A. M., Klofstad, C., Seelig, M., Funchion, J ...
Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review 1 (3),, 2020
The relationship between social media use and beliefs in conspiracy theories and misinformation
AM Enders, JE Uscinski, MI Seelig, CA Klofstad, S Wuchty, JR Funchion, ...
Political behavior, 1-24, 2021
American politics in two dimensions: Partisan and ideological identities versus anti‐establishment orientations
JE Uscinski, AM Enders, MI Seelig, CA Klofstad, JR Funchion, C Everett, ...
American Journal of Political Science 65 (4), 877-895, 2021
Have beliefs in conspiracy theories increased over time?
J Uscinski, A Enders, C Klofstad, M Seelig, H Drochon, K Premaratne, ...
PLoS One 17 (7), e0270429, 2022
Do conspiracy beliefs form a belief system? Examining the structure and organization of conspiracy beliefs
AM Enders, JE Uscinski, CA Klofstad, MI Seelig, S Wuchty, MN Murthi, ...
Journal of Social and Political Psychology 9 (1), 255-271, 2021
A new culture of advocacy: An exploratory analysis of social activism on the web and social media
MI Seelig, D Millette, C Zhou, J Huang
Atlantic journal of communication 27 (1), 15-29, 2019
Who supports QAnon? A case study in political extremism
AM Enders, JE Uscinski, CA Klofstad, S Wuchty, MI Seelig, JR Funchion, ...
The Journal of Politics 84 (3), 1844-1849, 2022
The 2020 presidential election and beliefs about fraud: Continuity or change?
AM Enders, JE Uscinski, CA Klofstad, K Premaratne, MI Seelig, S Wuchty, ...
Electoral studies 72, 102366, 2021
A case for the visual elite
M Seelig
Visual Communication Quarterly 12 (3-4), 164-181, 2005
The psychological and political correlates of conspiracy theory beliefs
J Uscinski, A Enders, A Diekman, J Funchion, C Klofstad, S Kuebler, ...
Scientific reports 12 (1), 21672, 2022
Popularizing the environment in modern media
MI Seelig
The Communication Review 22 (1), 45-83, 2019
Interactivity on traditional media web sites
M Seelig
Journal of Radio & Audio Media 15 (2), 231-248, 2008
Social activism: Engaging millennials in social causes
MI Seelig
First Monday, 2018
Is it all for show?: Environmental brand identification on skin care and cosmetic websites
MI Seelig, R Sun, H Deng, S Pal
Journal of Marketing Communications 27 (4), 436-456, 2021
An updated look at trends in content and web page design in news web sites
MI Seelig
Electronic News 2 (2), 86-101, 2008
Advocating environmental issues beyond photography
MI Seelig
Qualitative Research Reports in Communication 16 (1), 46-55, 2015
Why do people believe COVID-19 conspiracy theories?. Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) Misinformation Review
JE Uscinski, AM Enders, CA Klofstad, MI Seelig, JR Funchion, C Everett, ...
Spec. Issue. COVID-19 Misinformation 1, 2020
The dragonfly effect: Analysis of the social media women’s empowerment campaign
A Shata, MI Seelig
Journal of creative communications 16 (3), 331-346, 2021
The impact of new technologies on journalistic routines
M Seelig
Web Journal of Mass Communication Research 6 (1), 2002
& Murthi, M.(2020)
JE Uscinski, AM Enders, C Klofstad, M Seelig, J Funchion, C Everett
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