Social psychology, Politics, News media, Public opinion and Presidential system are his primary areas of study. The concepts of his Social psychology study are interwoven with issues in Cognitive psychology, Information processing and Affirmative action. His Politics research entails a greater understanding of Law.
David Domke combines News media and Perspective in his research. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Public opinion, focusing on Framing and, on occasion, Voting and Journalism. His Presidential system research includes themes of Political economy and Media bias.
His primary scientific interests are in Politics, News media, Law, Social psychology and Presidential system. His Politics research incorporates elements of Masculinity, Gender studies and Terrorism. His News media study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Valence, Ethnic group, Voting behavior and Public relations.
David Domke works mostly in the field of Social psychology, limiting it down to topics relating to Voting and, in certain cases, Higher education and Journalism, as a part of the same area of interest. His work carried out in the field of Presidential system brings together such families of science as Political economy, Politics of the United States, Public opinion and Presidency. As a part of the same scientific study, David Domke usually deals with the Framing, concentrating on CONTEST and frequently concerns with Newspaper.
David Domke focuses on Politics, Political economy, Presidential system, Democracy and Law. David Domke interconnects Femininity and Masculinity in the investigation of issues within Politics. His Femininity study incorporates themes from Social psychology and Character traits.
His studies in Political economy integrate themes in fields like Salience and Commercialization. In his research on the topic of Presidential system, Hegemonic masculinity, Gender studies, Political communication, Religious organization and Media studies is strongly related with Politics of the United States. His Democracy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Identity, Media event, Public opinion and Mood.
David Domke mainly investigates Implicit attitude, Politics, Christianity, Governor and Gender balance. David Domke combines subjects such as Scholarship, Presidential system, Power and Presidency with his study of Implicit attitude. David Domke has researched Politics in several fields, including Political economy and Love of God.
Governor is intertwined with Character traits, Social psychology, Femininity, Context and Masculinity in his research. He brings together Gender balance and Democracy to produce work in his papers.
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News Framing and Cueing of Issue Regimes: Explaining Clinton's Public Approval in Spite of Scandal
Dhavan V. Shah;Mark D. Watts;David Domke;David P. Fan.
Public Opinion Quarterly (2002)
MEDIA PRIMING EFFECTS: ACCESSIBILITY, ASSOCIATION, AND ACTIVATION
David Domke;Dhavan V. Shah;Daniel B. Wackman.
International Journal of Public Opinion Research (1998)
Elite Cues and Media Bias in Presidential Campaigns Explaining Public Perceptions of a Liberal Press
Mark D. Watts;David Domke;Dhavan V. Shah;David P. Fan.
Communication Research (1999)
“To Thine Own Self Be True” Values, Framing, and Voter Decision-Making Strategies
Dhavan V. Shah;David Domke;Daniel B. Wackman.
Communication Research (1996)
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