David C. Barker
David C. Barker
Professor and Director, Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies, American University
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End-times theology, the shadow of the future, and public resistance to addressing global climate change
DC Barker, DH Bearce
Political Research Quarterly 66 (2), 267-279, 2013
Competing visions of parental roles and ideological constraint
DC Barker, JD Tinnick
American Political Science Review 100 (2), 249-263, 2006
Rushed to judgment: Talk radio, persuasion, and American political behavior
D Barker
Columbia University Press, 2002
Values, frames, and persuasion in presidential nomination campaigns
DC Barker
Political Behavior 27, 375-394, 2005
Fact-checking polarized politics: does the fact-check industry provide consistent guidance on disputed realities?
M Marietta, DC Barker, T Bowser
The forum 13 (4), 577-596, 2015
Political talk radio and public opinion
D Barker, K Knight
Public opinion quarterly 64 (2), 149-170, 2000
The spirit of capitalism? Religious doctrine, values, and economic attitude constructs
DC Barker, CJ Carman
Political Behavior 22, 1-27, 2000
Of crusades and culture wars:“Messianic” militarism and political conflict in the United States
DC Barker, J Hurwitz, TL Nelson
The Journal of Politics 70 (2), 307-322, 2008
All things considered: Systematic cognitive processing and electoral decision-making
DC Barker, SB Hansen
The Journal of Politics 67 (2), 319-344, 2005
7 Information, Misinformation, and Political Talk Radio
CR Hofstetter, DC Barker, JT Smith, GM Zari, TA Ingrassia
Rushed to Judgment: Talk Radio, Persuasion, and American Political Behavior …, 2002
Representing red and blue: How the culture wars change the way citizens speak and politicians listen
DC Barker, CJ Carman
Oxford University Press, 2012
Media favoritism and presidential nominations: Reviving the direct effects model
DC Barker, AB Lawrence
Political Communication 23 (1), 41-59, 2006
Rushed decisions: Political talk radio and vote choice, 1994-1996
DC Barker
The Journal of Politics 61 (2), 527-539, 1999
Rush to action: Political talk radio and health care (un) reform
DC Barker
Political Communication 15 (1), 83-97, 1998
One nation, two realities: Dueling facts in American democracy
M Marietta, DC Barker
Oxford University Press, 2019
The talk radio community: Nontraditional social networks and political participation
DC Barker
Social Science Quarterly 79 (2), 261-272, 1998
Partisanship and the dynamics of “candidate centered politics” in American presidential nominations
DC Barker, AB Lawrence, M Tavits
Electoral Studies 25 (3), 599-610, 2006
Mapping the genome of American political subcultures: A proposed methodology and pilot study
DY Miller, DC Barker, CJ Carman
Publius: The Journal of Federalism 36 (2), 303-315, 2006
Intellectualism, anti-intellectualism, and epistemic hubris in red and blue America
DC Barker, R Detamble, M Marietta
American Political Science Review 116 (1), 38-53, 2022
Values as heuristics: core beliefs and voter sophistication in the 2000 republican nomination contest
M Marietta, DC Barker
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 17 (1), 49-78, 2007
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