Elizabeth Stoycheff
Elizabeth Stoycheff
Associate Professor at Wayne State University
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Under surveillance: Examining Facebook’s spiral of silence effects in the wake of NSA internet monitoring
E Stoycheff
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 93 (2), 296-311, 2016
Internet use and democratic demands: A multinational, multilevel model of Internet use and citizen attitudes about democracy
EC Nisbet, E Stoycheff, KE Pearce
Journal of Communication 62 (2), 249-265, 2012
What have we learned about social media by studying Facebook? A decade in review
E Stoycheff, J Liu, KA Wibowo, DP Nanni
New Media & Society 19 (6), 968-980, 2017
What’s the bandwidth for democracy? Deconstructing Internet penetration and citizen attitudes about governance
E Stoycheff, EC Nisbet
Political Communication 31 (4), 628-646, 2014
Differentiating cueing from reasoning in agenda-setting effects
RJ Pingree, E Stoycheff
Journal of Communication 63 (5), 852-872, 2013
Privacy and the Panopticon: Online mass surveillance’s deterrence and chilling effects
E Stoycheff, J Liu, K Xu, K Wibowo
New media & society 21 (3), 602-619, 2019
Differential effects of capital-enhancing and recreational Internet use on citizens’ demand for democracy
E Stoycheff, EC Nisbet, D Epstein
Communication Research 47 (7), 1034-1055, 2020
Online censorship and digital surveillance: the relationship between suppression technologies and democratization across countries
E Stoycheff, GS Burgess, MC Martucci
Information, Communication & Society 23 (4), 474-490, 2020
Please participate in Part 2: Maximizing response rates in longitudinal MTurk designs
E Stoycheff
Methodological Innovations 9, 2059799116672879, 2016
Agenda cueing effects of news and social media
E Stoycheff, RJ Pingree, JT Peifer, M Sui
Media Psychology 21 (2), 182-201, 2018
Let the people speak: A multilevel model of supply and demand for press freedom
EC Nisbet, E Stoycheff
Communication Research 40 (5), 720-741, 2013
Priming the costs of conflict? Russian public opinion about the 2014 Crimean conflict
E Stoycheff, EC Nisbet
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 29 (4), 657-675, 2017
The fragmenting mass media marketplace
J Dimmick, A Powers, S Mwangi, E Stoycheff
Changing the news, 177-192, 2012
Relatively democratic: How perceived Internet interference shapes attitudes about democracy
E Stoycheff
The International Journal of Press/Politics 25 (3), 390-406, 2020
They Said It’s “Fake “: Effects of Discounting Cues in Online Comments on Information Quality Judgments and Information Authentication
MR Jahng, E Stoycheff, A Rochadiat
Mass Communication and Society 24 (4), 527-552, 2021
Online surveillance’s effect on support for other extraordinary measures to prevent terrorism
E Stoycheff, KA Wibowo, J Liu, K Xu
Mass Communication and Society 20 (6), 784-799, 2017
Reflections on a legacy: Thoughts from scholars about agenda-setting past and future
M Schmierbach, M McCombs, S Valenzuela, JW Dearing, L Guo, ...
Mass Communication and Society 25 (4), 500-527, 2022
Racism and resilience of pandemic proportions: Online harassment of Asian Americans during COVID-19
ST Tong, E Stoycheff, R Mitra
Journal of Applied Communication Research 50 (6), 595-612, 2022
Cookies and content moderation: affective chilling effects of internet surveillance and censorship
E Stoycheff
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 20 (2), 113-124, 2023
Setting a non-agenda: effects of a perceived lack of problems in recent news or Twitter
RJ Pingree, E Stoycheff, M Sui, JT Peifer
Mass Communication and Society 21 (5), 555-584, 2018
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