2013 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Dominique Brossard spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Public relations, Perception, Newspaper and Politics. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Social norms approach and News media. His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Religiosity, Social media, Deference and Mass media.
His Perception study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Affect and Incivility. Dominique Brossard interconnects Actuarial science and Risk assessment in the investigation of issues within Newspaper. The concepts of his Politics study are interwoven with issues in Interpersonal communication and Media studies.
Dominique Brossard mostly deals with Public relations, Perception, Public opinion, Social psychology and Social media. His Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Religiosity, Deference, Science communication and Mass media. Perception and Value are frequently intertwined in his study.
His Public opinion study deals with Digital media intersecting with Newspaper. His study focuses on the intersection of Social psychology and fields such as Politics with connections in the field of Information seeking. His Social media research focuses on subjects like Media relations, which are linked to News media.
His primary areas of investigation include Public relations, Science communication, Social media, Perception and Public engagement. His work in Public relations covers topics such as Publics which are related to areas like Deference. Dominique Brossard combines subjects such as Negativity bias, Information seeking and Politics with his study of Science communication.
His Social media research integrates issues from Content analysis, Graduate students and Media studies. Dominique Brossard has included themes like Value, Colored, Authoritarianism and Political economy in his Perception study. His studies in Public engagement integrate themes in fields like Social research and Pedagogy, Science education, Graduate education.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Public relations, Science communication, Gene drive, Public opinion and Politics. Public relations is connected with Corporate governance, Communication skills, Census, Incentive and Institutional support in his research. His Corporate governance study overlaps with Work, Publics, Spillover effect, Risk perception and Emerging technologies.
His work deals with themes such as Session, Post-normal science and Public engagement, which intersect with Science communication. Combining a variety of fields, including Gene drive, Skepticism, Stakeholder, Wildlife and Sociology of scientific knowledge, are what the author presents in his essays. His Politics research includes elements of Colored, Perception and Political economy.
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The Nasty Effect: Online Incivility and Risk Perceptions of Emerging Technologies
Ashley A. Anderson;Dominique Brossard;Dietram A. Scheufele;Michael A. Xenos.
Scientific knowledge and attitude change: The impact of a citizen science project
Dominique Brossard;Bruce Lewenstein;Rick Bonney.
International Journal of Science Education (2005)
Framing Science: The Stem Cell Controversy in an Age of Press/Politics
Matthew C. Nisbet;Dominique Brossard;Adrianne Kroepsch.
Harvard International Journal of Press-politics (2003)
Are Issue-Cycles Culturally Constructed? A Comparison of French and American Coverage of Global Climate Change
Dominique Brossard;James Shanahan;Katherine McComas.
Mass Communication and Society (2004)
Social Structure and Citizenship: Examining the Impacts of Social Setting, Network Heterogeneity, and Informational Variables on Political Participation
Dietram A. Scheufele;Matthew C. Nisbet;Dominique Brossard;Erik C. Nisbet.
Political Communication (2004)
Science, New Media, and the Public
Dominique Brossard;Dietram A. Scheufele.
Knowledge, Reservations, or Promise?: A Media Effects Model for Public Perceptions of Science and Technology
Matthew C. Nisbet;Dietram A. Scheufele;James Shanahan;Patricia Moy.
Communication Research (2002)
New media landscapes and the science information consumer.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2013)
Deference to Scientific Authority Among a Low Information Public: Understanding U.S. Opinion on Agricultural Biotechnology
Dominique Brossard;Matthew C. Nisbet.
International Journal of Public Opinion Research (2006)
Religiosity as a perceptual filter: examining processes of opinion formation about nanotechnology
Dominique Brossard;Dietram A. Scheufele;Eunkyung Kim;Bruce V. Lewenstein.
Public Understanding of Science (2009)
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