Josh Pasek
Josh Pasek
Professor of Communication & Media and Political Science, University of Michigan
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Facebook and academic performance: Reconciling a media sensation with data
J Pasek, E Hargittai, eian more
First Monday 14 (5), 2009
Realizing the social Internet? Online social networking meets offline civic engagement
J Pasek, E More, D Romer
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 6 (3-4), 197-215, 2009
America's youth and community engagement: How use of mass media is related to civic activity and political awareness in 14-to 22-year-olds
J Pasek, K Kenski, D Romer, KH Jamieson
Communication research 33 (3), 115-135, 2006
Schools as incubators of democratic participation: Building long-term political efficacy with civic education
J Pasek, L Feldman, D Romer, KH Jamieson
Applied Development Science 12 (1), 26-37, 2008
Implicit and explicit prejudice in the 2008 American presidential election
BK Payne, JA Krosnick, J Pasek, Y Lelkes, O Akhtar, T Tompson
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (2), 367-374, 2010
A review of conceptual approaches and empirical evidence on probability and nonprobability sample survey research
C Cornesse, AG Blom, D Dutwin, JA Krosnick, ED De Leeuw, S Legleye, ...
Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology 8 (1), 4-36, 2020
Social media analyses for social measurement
MF Schober, J Pasek, L Guggenheim, C Lampe, FG Conrad
Public Opinion Quarterly 80 (1), 180-211, 2016
Identifying best practices in civic education: Lessons from the student voices program
L Feldman, J Pasek, D Romer, KH Jamieson
American Journal of Education 114 (1), 75-100, 2007
Determinants of turnout and candidate choice in the 2008 US presidential election: Illuminating the impact of racial prejudice and other considerations
J Pasek, A Tahk, Y Lelkes, JA Krosnick, BK Payne, O Akhtar, T Tompson
Public Opinion Quarterly 73 (5), 943-994, 2009
What motivates a conspiracy theory? Birther beliefs, partisanship, liberal-conservative ideology, and anti-Black attitudes
J Pasek, TH Stark, JA Krosnick, T Tompson
Electoral Studies 40, 482-489, 2015
Social media in public opinion research: Executive summary of the AAPOR task force on emerging technologies in public opinion research
J Murphy, MW Link, JH Childs, CL Tesfaye, E Dean, M Stern, J Pasek, ...
Public Opinion Quarterly 78 (4), 788-794, 2014
Intersectional invisibility revisited: How group prototypes lead to the erasure and exclusion of Black women.
SM Coles, J Pasek
Translational Issues in Psychological Science 6 (4), 314, 2020
Improving social media measurement in surveys: Avoiding acquiescence bias in Facebook research
O Kuru, J Pasek
Computers in Human Behavior 57, 82-92, 2016
When will nonprobability surveys mirror probability surveys? Considering types of inference and weighting strategies as criteria for correspondence
J Pasek
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 28 (2), 269-291, 2016
Optimizing Survey Questionnaire Design in Political Science: Insights from Psychology
J Pasek, JA Krosnick
The Oxford Handbook of American Elections and Political Behavior, 27-50, 2010
Misinformed about the affordable care act? Leveraging certainty to assess the prevalence of misperceptions
J Pasek, G Sood, JA Krosnick
Journal of Communication 65 (4), 660-673, 2015
Building social capital in young people: The role of mass media and life outlook
D Romer, KH Jamieson, J Pasek
Political Communication 26 (1), 65-83, 2009
Weights: weighting and weighted statistics
J Pasek, A Tahk, G Culter, M Schwemmle
R package version 1, 2018
Motivated reasoning in the perceived credibility of public opinion polls
O Kuru, J Pasek, MW Traugott
Public Opinion Quarterly 81 (2), 422-446, 2017
It’s not my consensus: Motivated reasoning and the sources of scientific illiteracy
J Pasek
Public Understanding of Science 27 (7), 787-806, 2018
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