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Rune Slothuus
Rune Slothuus
Professor of Political Science, Aarhus University
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How Elite Partisan Polarization Affects Public Opinion Formation
JN Druckman, E Peterson, R Slothuus
American Political Science Review 107 (1), 57-79, 2013
12722013
Political parties, motivated reasoning, and issue framing effects
R Slothuus, CH De Vreese
The Journal of Politics 72 (3), 630-645, 2010
7962010
Political Parties, Motivated Reasoning, and Public Opinion Formation
TJ Leeper, R Slothuus
Political Psychology 35 (S1: Advances in Political Psychology), 129–156, 2014
5452014
Deservingness versus values in public opinion on welfare: The automaticity of the deservingness heuristic
MB Petersen, R Slothuus, R Stubager, L Togeby
European Journal of Political Research 50 (1), 24-52, 2011
3192011
More than weighting cognitive importance: A dual‐process model of issue framing effects
R Slothuus
Political Psychology 29 (1), 1-28, 2008
3162008
The crisis of democracy and the science of deliberation
JS Dryzek, A Bächtiger, S Chambers, J Cohen, JN Druckman, A Felicetti, ...
Science 363 (6432), 1144-1146, 2019
3032019
Issue importance as a moderator of framing effects
S Lecheler, C de Vreese, R Slothuus
Communication research 36 (3), 400-425, 2009
2422009
Framing deservingness to win support for welfare state retrenchment
R Slothuus
Scandinavian Political Studies 30 (3), 323-344, 2007
1872007
Partisan elites as culprits? How party cues shape partisan perceptual gaps
M Bisgaard, R Slothuus
American Journal of Political Science 62 (2), 456-469, 2018
1682018
When can political parties lead public opinion? Evidence from a natural experiment
R Slothuus
Political Communication 27 (2), 158-177, 2010
1622010
What Are the Sources of Political Parties’ Issue Ownership? Testing Four Explanations at the Individual Level
R Stubager, R Slothuus
Political Behavior 35 (3), 567-588, 2013
1472013
Assessing the influence of political parties on public opinion: The challenge from pretreatment effects
R Slothuus
Political Communication 33 (2), 302-327, 2016
1052016
Political parties and value consistency in public opinion formation
MB Petersen, R Slothuus, L Togeby
Public Opinion Quarterly 74 (3), 530-550, 2010
972010
Paradoxes of Liberal Democracy: Islam, Western Europe and the Danish Cartoon Crisis
PM Sniderman, MB Petersen, R Slothuus, R Stubager
Princeton University Press, 2014
902014
How political parties shape public opinion in the real world
R Slothuus, M Bisgaard
American Journal of Political Science 65 (4), 896-911, 2021
87*2021
Freedom for All? The Strength and Limits of Political Tolerance
MB Petersen, R Slothuus, R Stubager, L Togeby
British Journal of Political Science 41 (3), 581-597, 2011
812011
Do voters learn? Evidence that voters respond accurately to changes in political parties’ policy positions
HB Seeberg, R Slothuus, R Stubager
West European Politics 40 (2), 336-356, 2017
432017
Can citizens be framed? How information more than emphasis changes opinions
TJ Leeper, R Slothuus
1st Gothenburg-Barcelona Workshop on Experimental Political Science …, 2015
38*2015
How the news media persuades: framing effects and beyond
TJ Leeper, R Slothuus
312019
Reactions to terror attacks: A heuristic model
PM Sniderman, MB Petersen, R Slothuus, R Stubager, P Petrov
Political Psychology 40, 245-258, 2019
202019
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