The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Public opinion, News media, Politics and Civic engagement. His work on Interpersonal communication is typically connected to Reciprocal as part of general Social psychology study, connecting several disciplines of science. As part of the same scientific family, Dhavan V. Shah usually focuses on Public opinion, concentrating on Framing and intersecting with Voting, Journalism and Content analysis.
His News media research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Hostile media effect, Perception and Media bias. His work carried out in the field of Politics brings together such families of science as Social science and Panel data. His Social capital study incorporates themes from The Internet and Social engagement.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Politics, Public relations, Advertising and Media studies. The study incorporates disciplines such as Civic engagement, Social capital and The Internet in addition to Social psychology. His research in Politics tackles topics such as Digital media which are related to areas like Socialization.
His biological study focuses on News media. His Political communication research focuses on subjects like Political socialization, which are linked to Competence. His Framing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in National security, Cognition and Public opinion.
Dhavan V. Shah mainly investigates Social psychology, Media studies, Politics, Social media and Social support. Social psychology and Health communication are commonly linked in his work. Dhavan V. Shah interconnects Law, Presidential system, Sympathy and Populism in the investigation of issues within Media studies.
Dhavan V. Shah performs integrative Politics and Conversation research in his work. His Social media research also works with subjects such as
Dhavan V. Shah mostly deals with Media studies, Social media, Politics, Social psychology and Political communication. His Social media research incorporates themes from Grief, Sympathy and Social network. In the subject of general Politics, his work in Presidential system and Democracy is often linked to Conversation, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His research integrates issues of Contentious politics, Logistic regression and Online discussion in his study of Social psychology. His Political communication research includes themes of Nomination, Task, Public relations, Newspaper and Public opinion. His research in Public relations intersects with topics in Mediation and Communication studies.
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"Connecting" and "Disconnecting" With Civic Life: Patterns of Internet Use and the Production of Social Capital
Dhavan V. Shah;Nojin Kwak;R. Lance Holbert.
Political Communication (2001)
Information and Expression in a Digital Age Modeling Internet Effects on Civic Participation
Dhavan V. Shah;Jaeho Cho;William P. Eveland;Nojin Kwak.
Communication Research (2005)
Communication, Context, and Community An Exploration of Print, Broadcast, and Internet Influences
Dhavan V. Shah;Jack M. McLEOD;So-Hyang Yoon.
Communication Research (2001)
A Smartphone Application to Support Recovery From Alcoholism: A Randomized Clinical Trial
David H. Gustafson;Fiona M. McTavish;Ming-Yuan Chih;Amy K. Atwood.
JAMA Psychiatry (2014)
Digital Democracy: Reimagining Pathways to Political Participation
Homero Gil de Zúñiga;Aaron Veenstra;Emily Vraga;Dhavan Shah.
Journal of Information Technology & Politics (2010)
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)
Civic Engagement, Interpersonal Trust, and Television Use: An Individual-Level Assessment of Social Capital
Dhavan V. Shah.
Political Psychology (1998)
Campaign Ads, Online Messaging, and Participation: Extending the Communication Mediation Model
Dhavan V. Shah;Jaeho Cho;Seungahn Nah;Melissa R. Gotlieb.
Journal of Communication (2007)
Personality Strength and Social Capital The Role of Dispositional and Informational Variables in the Production of Civic Participation
Dietram A. Scheufele;Dhavan V. Shah.
Communication Research (2000)
MEDIA PRIMING EFFECTS: ACCESSIBILITY, ASSOCIATION, AND ACTIVATION
David Domke;Dhavan V. Shah;Daniel B. Wackman.
International Journal of Public Opinion Research (1998)
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