Pjesivac, Ivanka. (2016). Do demographics matter? Individual differences in perceived news media corruption in Serbia. Journalism Practice. DOI:10.1080/17512786.2016.1172943; Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17512786.2016.1172943
Abstract: This study examined individual differences in perceived news media corruption (PNMC), by conducting a face-to-face survey on a stratified random sample of the Serbian population (N=544). Extremely high levels of PNMC were found, as well as significant differences in PNMC scores for gender, education level, socioeconomic status, political affiliation, and membership in majority ethnic and religious groups. Corruption perception persona types were created and results were discussed in terms of importance of social integration for PNMC.
What does it mean to have a presidential image? A multiple-group confirmatory factor analysis measuring Trump and Biden in 2020.
Abstract: U.S. presidential candidates aspire to have a “presidential image.” Political communication researchers, media pundits, political scientists, pollsters, campaign consultants, and other political marketers speculate about who is “presidential” and […]