Matthew A. Baum

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This page contains information and resources regarding my research, including my publications (books, articles and book chapters), dissertation, and working papers.

  Research Interests
  American foreign policy, international security, mass media
  and politics, political communication, political psychology,
  democratic crisis behavior, the American presidency.

  Peer-Reviewed Publications

       BOOKS


       JOURNAL ARTICLES

 


      BOOK CHAPTERS

  • Soft News and The Four Oprah Effects. 2011. Oxford Handbook of American Public Opinion and the Media. Jacobs, Lawrence and Robert Shapiro, eds. Oxford: Oxford University Press (forthcoming). (With Angela Jamison.)

 

      DISSERTATION

  Working Papers

  • “Tell Me Something I Don’t Know: Disentangling Selective Exposure and Persuasion.” Paper prepared for the 2014 Annual Meeting of the International Society for Political Psychology, Rome, Italy. (with Adam Berinsky, Justin de Benedictis-Kessner, and Teppei Yamamoto)
  • “Measuring Rape Culture: Evidence from U.S. Newspapers, 2000-2013.” Paper prepared for the 2014 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington D.C. (with Dara Kay Cohen and Yuri Zhukov).
  • Playing to the Crowd: Public Opinion and the Initiation of Trade Sanctions (with Angela O'Mahony and Michael Hiscox). Abstract
  • Public Opinion and the Domestic Politics of Congressional Trade Sanctions (with Angela O'Mahony and Michael Hiscox). Abstract
  • Sanctioning in the Shadow of War: The Interdependence of Economic Sanctions and the Use of Military Force. (with Angela O'Mahony and Michael Hiscox).