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Rasmus Tue Pedersen
Rasmus Tue Pedersen
The Danish Center for Social Science Research (VIVE)
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Negative campaigning in a multiparty system
KM Hansen, RT Pedersen
Scandinavian Political Studies 31 (4), 408-427, 2008
1602008
Campaigns matter: How voters become knowledgeable and efficacious during election campaigns
KM Hansen, RT Pedersen
Political Communication 31 (2), 303-324, 2014
992014
The game frame and political efficacy: Beyond the spiral of cynicism
RT Pedersen
European Journal of Communication 27 (3), 225-240, 2012
702012
Efficiency of different recruitment strategies for web panels
KM Hansen, RT Pedersen
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 24 (2), 238-249, 2012
432012
News reporting of opinion polls: Journalism and statistical noise
Y Bhatti, RT Pedersen
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 28 (1), 129-141, 2016
382016
Attitudes toward economic inequality: The illusory agreement
RT Pedersen, DC Mutz
Political Science Research and Methods 7 (4), 835-851, 2019
372019
News media framing of negative campaigning
RT Pedersen
Mass Communication and Society 17 (6), 898-919, 2014
352014
Ratio bias and policy preferences: How equivalency framing of numbers can affect attitudes
RT Pedersen
Political Psychology 38 (6), 1103-1120, 2017
312017
Voter reactions to candidate background characteristics depend on candidate policy positions
RT Pedersen, JO Dahlgaard, M Citi
Electoral Studies 61, 102066, 2019
222019
Politicians appear more competent when using numerical rhetoric
RT Pedersen
Journal of Experimental Political Science 4 (2), 129-150, 2017
152017
What do Americans talk about when they talk about inequality
E Kim, RT Pedersen, D Mutz
Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, 2016
112016
Putting a number on preferences: How numerical attitudes are shaped by ideology and equivalency framing
RT Pedersen, MV Larsen
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 31 (3), 528-548, 2019
102019
Must Voters Choose Between Political Competence and Descriptive Representation?
JO Dahlgaard, RT Pedersen, LH Pedersen
Unpublished, Copenhagen Business School, 2019
82019
No gender bias in audience perceptions of male and female experts in the news: Equally competent and persuasive
K Greve-Poulsen, FK Larsen, RT Pedersen, E Albæk
The International Journal of Press/Politics, 19401612211025499, 2021
72021
The X Factor of opportunity structures: How grab and wrap effects of entertainment create inadvertent news audience in a high-choice media environment
K Andersen, M Skovsgaard, RT Pedersen
European Journal of Communication 34 (5), 535-551, 2019
62019
Citizen attitudes on politicians’ pay: Trust issues are not solved by delegation
RT Pedersen, LH Pedersen
Political Studies 68 (2), 389-407, 2020
42020
When less is more: On politicians’ attitudes to remuneration
LH Pedersen, RT Pedersen, Y Bhatti
Public Administration 96 (4), 668-689, 2018
42018
Avisernes fokus og framing under valgkampen
RT Pedersen, KM Hansen, K Kosiara-Pedersen
KM Hansen & K. Kosiara-Pedersen, 2014
32014
Online Panel of Electoral Campaigning (OPEC): Facts about the Surveys
KM Hansen, K Kosiara-Pedersen, RT Pedersen
Centre for Voting and Parties, University of Copenhagen, 2012
32012
Political predispositions, not popularity: people’s propensity to interact with political content on Facebook
RT Pedersen, NM Anspach, KM Hansen, K Arceneaux
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 1-17, 2021
22021
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