James E. Monogan

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Knowledge & the Ideological Constraint of Ambivalence James E. Monogan III (Under the direction of Marco R. Steenbergen.) The idea of a political culture of ambivalence posits that American society embraces conflicting values, ultimately leading citizens to have trouble settling their attitudes on public policy. Interestingly, little consideration has been(More)
This paper demonstrates the importance of proper model specification when analyzing time-series count data in political communication studies. It is common for scholars of media and politics to investigate counts of coverage of an issue as it evolves over time. Many scholars rightly consider the issues of time dependence and dynamic causality to be the most(More)
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