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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
1862008
Campaigns matter: How voters become knowledgeable and efficacious during election campaigns
KM Hansen, RT Pedersen
Political Communication 31 (2), 303-324, 2014
1212014
The game frame and political efficacy: Beyond the spiral of cynicism
RT Pedersen
European Journal of Communication 27 (3), 225-240, 2012
792012
Attitudes toward economic inequality: The illusory agreement
RT Pedersen, DC Mutz
Political Science Research and Methods 7 (4), 835-851, 2019
632019
News media framing of negative campaigning
RT Pedersen
Mass Communication and Society 17 (6), 898-919, 2014
442014
Efficiency of different recruitment strategies for web panels
KM Hansen, RT Pedersen
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 24 (2), 238-249, 2012
442012
News reporting of opinion polls: Journalism and statistical noise
Y Bhatti, RT Pedersen
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 28 (1), 129-141, 2016
432016
Ratio bias and policy preferences: How equivalency framing of numbers can affect attitudes
RT Pedersen
Political Psychology 38 (6), 1103-1120, 2017
362017
Voter reactions to candidate background characteristics depend on candidate policy positions
RT Pedersen, JO Dahlgaard, M Citi
Electoral Studies 61, 102066, 2019
292019
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 28 (1), 116-137, 2023
172023
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 Income Inequality?
E Kim, R Pedersen, D Mutz
Available at SSRN 2805330, 2016
15*2016
Inclusive meritocracy: ability and descriptive representation among Danish politicians
JO Dahlgaard, RT Pedersen
Political Science Research and Methods, 1-24, 2024
13*2024
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
132019
Citizen attitudes on politicians’ pay: Trust issues are not solved by delegation
RT Pedersen, LH Pedersen
Political studies 68 (2), 389-407, 2020
72020
When less is more: On politicians’ attitudes to remuneration
LH Pedersen, RT Pedersen, Y Bhatti
Public Administration 96 (4), 668-689, 2018
72018
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
Lokaldemokratiet og borgerne: En analyse af borgernes syn på det kommunale demokrati 2001-2021
RT Pedersen, U Kjær, J Christensen, U Hjelmar, K Houlberg, ...
VIVE-Det Nationale Forsknings-og Analysecenter for Velfærd, 2022
5*2022
The closed door: A democratic problem in the post‐political careers of cabinet ministers
U Hjelmar, LH Pedersen, RT Pedersen
Scandinavian Political Studies 45 (1), 5-24, 2022
42022
Media Framing
RT Pedersen
SAGE Encyclopedia of Political Behavior, 476-477, 2017
42017
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