Amber Boydstun
Amber Boydstun
Professor of Political Science, University of California, Davis
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The decline of the death penalty and the discovery of innocence
FR Baumgartner, SL De Boef, AE Boydstun
Cambridge University Press, 2008
Making the news: Politics, the media, and agenda setting
AE Boydstun
University of Chicago Press, 2013
The importance of attention diversity and how to measure it
AE Boydstun, S Bevan, HF Thomas III
Policy Studies Journal 42 (2), 173-196, 2014
The media frames corpus: Annotations of frames across issues
D Card, A Boydstun, JH Gross, P Resnik, NA Smith
Proceedings of the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational …, 2015
RTextTools: a supervised learning package for text classification.
TP Jurka, L Collingwood, AE Boydstun, E Grossman, W Van Atteveldt
R Journal 5 (1), 2013
Two faces of media attention: Media storm versus non-storm coverage
AE Boydstun, A Hardy, S Walgrave
Political Communication 31 (4), 509-531, 2014
Media framing of capital punishment and its impact on individuals' cognitive responses
FE Dardis, FR Baumgartner, AE Boydstun, S De Boef, F Shen
Mass Communication & Society 11 (2), 115-140, 2008
The president, the press, and the war: A tale of two framing agendas
RA Glazier, AE Boydstun
Political Communication 29 (4), 428-446, 2012
RTextTools: Automatic text classification via supervised learning
TP Jurka, L Collingwood, AE Boydstun, E Grossman, W van Atteveldt
R package version 1 (9), 2012
Automated text classification of news articles: A practical guide
P Barberį, AE Boydstun, S Linn, R McMahon, J Nagler
Political Analysis 29 (1), 19-42, 2021
Identifying media frames and frame dynamics within and across policy issues
AE Boydstun, JH Gross, P Resnik, NA Smith
New Directions in Analyzing Text as Data Workshop, London, 2013
Sticky prospects: loss frames are cognitively stickier than gain frames.
A Ledgerwood, AE Boydstun
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (1), 376, 2014
A two‐tiered method for identifying trends in media framing of policy issues: The case of the war on terror
AE Boydstun, RA Glazier
Policy Studies Journal 41 (4), 706-735, 2013
Analyzing framing through the casts of characters in the news
D Card, JH Gross, A Boydstun, NA Smith
Proceedings of the 2016 conference on empirical methods in natural language …, 2016
Playing to the crowd: Agenda control in presidential debates
AE Boydstun, RA Glazier, MT Pietryka
Political Communication 30 (2), 254-277, 2013
What we should really be asking about media attention to Trump
RG Lawrence, AE Boydstun
Political Communication 34 (1), 150-153, 2017
Real-time reactions to a 2012 presidential debate: A method for understanding which messages matter
AE Boydstun, RA Glazier, MT Pietryka, P Resnik
Public Opinion Quarterly 78 (S1), 330-343, 2014
Women also know stuff: Meta-level mentoring to battle gender bias in political science
E Beaulieu, AE Boydstun, NE Brown, KY Dionne, A Gillespie, S Klar, ...
PS: Political Science & Politics 50 (3), 779-783, 2017
Tracking the development of media frames within and across policy issues
AE Boydstun, D Card, J Gross, P Resnick, NA Smith
The nonlinear effect of information on political attention: media storms and US congressional hearings
S Walgrave, AE Boydstun, R Vliegenthart, A Hardy
Political Communication 34 (4), 548-570, 2017
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