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Discipline name H-index Citations Publications World Ranking National Ranking
Law and Political Science D-index 44 Citations 12,534 98 World Ranking 159 National Ranking 104

Overview

What is he best known for?

The fields of study he is best known for:

  • Law
  • Politics
  • Social science

His primary scientific interests are in Politics, Public opinion, Public administration, Government and Representation. His Politics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sentiment analysis, Artificial intelligence, Natural language processing, Social science and Media content. His Public opinion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Public economics, Federalism, Mass media, Foreign policy and Public policy.

He studied Public policy and Democracy that intersect with Policy studies. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Public relations and Public administration. His work investigates the relationship between Public relations and topics such as Representation that intersect with problems in Political communication.

His most cited work include:

  • Good News and Bad News: Asymmetric Responses to Economic Information (464 citations)
  • When Does Diversity Erode Trust? Neighborhood Diversity, Interpersonal Trust and the Mediating Effect of Social Interactions (411 citations)
  • Degrees of Democracy: Politics, Public Opinion, and Policy (348 citations)

What are the main themes of his work throughout his whole career to date?

His main research concerns Public opinion, Politics, Social psychology, Public administration and Immigration. His Public opinion research incorporates elements of Representation, Public economics, Public relations, Welfare and Public policy. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Government, Social science and Political economy.

His work on Affect as part of general Social psychology research is often related to Negativity effect, thus linking different fields of science. His work carried out in the field of Public administration brings together such families of science as Comparative politics, Policy studies and Democracy. The Immigration study combines topics in areas such as Cultural diversity, Welfare state, Demographic economics and Development economics.

He most often published in these fields:

  • Public opinion (24.18%)
  • Politics (24.18%)
  • Social psychology (15.69%)

What were the highlights of his more recent work (between 2018-2021)?

  • Politics (24.18%)
  • Immigration (13.07%)
  • Political communication (9.15%)

In recent papers he was focusing on the following fields of study:

Stuart Soroka mainly investigates Politics, Immigration, Political communication, Negativity effect and Public support. The study incorporates disciplines such as Sentiment analysis, Legislature and Data science in addition to Politics. The various areas that Stuart Soroka examines in his Political communication study include Negativity bias and Cognitive psychology.

Along with Public support, other disciplines of study including Political economy, Economic policy, Welfare, Public administration and Affect are integrated into his research. He interconnects Globalization and Backlash in the investigation of issues within Political economy. His research integrates issues of Comparative politics and Elite in his study of Social psychology.

Between 2018 and 2021, his most popular works were:

  • Politicization and Polarization in COVID-19 News Coverage (37 citations)
  • Multilingual Sentiment Analysis: A New Approach to Measuring Conflict in Legislative Speeches (34 citations)
  • Cross-national evidence of a negativity bias in psychophysiological reactions to news (32 citations)

In his most recent research, the most cited papers focused on:

  • Law
  • Politics
  • Social science

Stuart Soroka spends much of his time researching Negativity effect, Political communication, Politics, Polarization and Variation. Borrowing concepts from Dynamics, he weaves in ideas under Politics. His Polarization study combines topics in areas such as Economic geography and Newspaper.

His studies in Variation integrate themes in fields like Cognitive psychology and Biopower. In Negativity bias, he works on issues like Situational ethics, which are connected to Personality. His Social psychology research includes elements of Comparative politics and Elite.

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Best Publications

When Does Diversity Erode Trust? Neighborhood Diversity, Interpersonal Trust and the Mediating Effect of Social Interactions

Dietlind Stolle;Stuart Soroka;Richard Johnston.
Political Studies (2008)

775 Citations

Do Multiculturalism policies erode the welfare state? An empirical analysis

Keith Banting;Richard Johnston;Will Kymlicka;Stuart Soroka.
(2006)

462 Citations

The Mass Media's Political Agenda-Setting Power: A Longitudinal Analysis of Media, Parliament, and Government in Belgium (1993 to 2000)

Stefaan Walgrave;Stuart Soroka;Michiel Nuytemans.
Comparative Political Studies (2008)

450 Citations

A General Empirical Law of Public Budgets: A Comparative Analysis

Bryan Davidson Jones;Frank R. Baumgartner;Christian Breunig;Christopher Wlezien.
American Journal of Political Science (2009)

347 Citations

News, Politics, and Negativity

Stuart Soroka;Stephen McAdams.
Political Communication (2015)

211 Citations

Ethnicity, Trust, and the Welfare State

Stuart Soroka;Keith Banting;Richard Johnston.
(2002)

198 Citations

National Identity and Support for the Welfare State

Richard Johnston;Keith Banting;Will Kymlicka;Stuart Soroka.
Canadian Journal of Political Science (2010)

197 Citations

Immigration and Redistribution in a Global Era

Stuart Soroka;Keith Banting;Richard Johnston.
(2020)

165 Citations

Auntie Knows Best? Public Broadcasters and Current Affairs Knowledge

Stuart Soroka;Blake Andrew;Toril Aalberg;Shanto Iyengar.
British Journal of Political Science (2013)

116 Citations

Nonrepresentative Representatives: An Experimental Study of the Decision Making of Elected Politicians

Lior Sheffer;Peter John Loewen;Stuart Soroka;Stefaan Walgrave.
American Political Science Review (2017)

115 Citations

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