His primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Politics, Interpersonal communication, Public relations and Mass media. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Social capital, Applied psychology and Social engagement. His Political communication study in the realm of Politics connects with subjects such as Community integration.
His study in Interpersonal communication is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Civic engagement, Communication studies and Set. Jack M. McLeod has included themes like Journalism, Honesty, News media, Government and Deliberation in his Public relations study. The concepts of his Mass media study are interwoven with issues in Context and Occupational safety and health.
Jack M. McLeod mainly focuses on Social psychology, Politics, Political communication, Mass media and Public relations. His work in the fields of Social psychology, such as Interpersonal communication, overlaps with other areas such as Structural equation modeling. The study incorporates disciplines such as Assistant professor, Journalism and Media use in addition to Politics.
His Political communication research incorporates themes from Political economy, Communication studies and Political socialization. His Mass media study incorporates themes from Credibility, Voting and Salience. His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Television viewing and Public opinion.
Political communication, Political socialization, Public relations, Competence and Political economy are his primary areas of study. His Political communication research is included under the broader classification of Politics. His Public relations research incorporates elements of Participatory politics, Communication sciences, Models of communication and Conversation.
His research on Competence concerns the broader Social psychology. In his study, Social media is inextricably linked to Citizenship, which falls within the broad field of Social psychology. His studies in Political economy integrate themes in fields like Persistence, Polarization, Democracy and Public administration.
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Community, Communication, and Participation: The Role of Mass Media and Interpersonal Discussion in Local Political Participation
Jack M. Mcleod;Dietram A. Scheufele;Patricia Moy.
Political Communication (1999)
Communication, Context, and Community An Exploration of Print, Broadcast, and Internet Influences
Dhavan V. Shah;Jack M. McLEOD;So-Hyang Yoon.
Communication Research (2001)
Community Integration, Local Media Use, and Democratic Processes:
Jack M. Mcleod;Katie Daily;Zhongshi Guo;William P. Eveland.
Communication Research (1996)
Interpersonal Approaches to Communication Research
Jack M. McLeod;Steven H. Chaffee.
American Behavioral Scientist (1973)
Another Look At the Agenda-Setting Function of the Press:
Jack M. McLeod;Lee B. Becker;James E. Byrnes.
Communication Research (1974)
BEYOND SIMPLE EXPOSURE: Media Orientations and Their Impact on Political Processes
Jack M. McLEOD;Daniel G. McDONALD.
Communication Research (1985)
Understanding Deliberation The Effects of Discussion Networks on Participation in a Public Forum
Jack M. McLEOD;Dietram A. Scheufele;Patricia Moy;Edward M. Horowitz.
Communication Research (1999)
RESURVEYING THE BOUNDARIES OF POLITICAL COMMUNICATION EFFECTS
Douglas M. McLeod;Gerald M. Kosicki;Jack M. McLeod.
Media effects: advances in theory and research, 2002, ISBN 0-8058-3864-3, págs. 215-268 (2002)
Values, Communication Behavior, and Political Participation
Mira Sotirovic;Jack M. McLeod.
Political Communication (2001)
Parental Influences On Adolescent Media Use
Steven H. Chaffee;Jack M. McLeod;Charles K. Atkin.
American Behavioral Scientist (1971)
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