Daniela Stockmann
Daniela Stockmann
Hertie School
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Media commercialization and authoritarian rule in China
D Stockmann
New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013
Remote control: How the media sustain authoritarian rule in China
D Stockmann, ME Gallagher
Comparative political studies 44 (4), 436-467, 2011
Who believes propaganda? Media effects during the anti-Japanese protests in Beijing
D Stockmann
The China Quarterly 202, 269-289, 2010
Which social media facilitate online public opinion in China?
D Stockmann, T Luo
Problems of Post-Communism 64 (3-4), 189-202, 2017
Chinese attitudes toward the United States and Americans
AI Johnston, D Stockmann
Anti-Americanisms in world politics, 157-95, 2007
Race to the bottom: Media marketization and increasing negativity toward the United States in China
D Stockmann
Political Communication in China, 7-29, 2013
What kind of information does the public demand? Getting the news during the 2005 Anti-Japanese protests
D Stockmann
Changing media, changing China, 175-201, 2010
Support for propaganda: Chinese perceptions of public service advertising
A Esarey, D Stockmann, J Zhang
Chinese Authoritarianism in the Information Age, 187-203, 2019
Information overload? Collecting, managing and analyzing Chinese media content
D Stockmann
Contemporary Chinese politics: new sources, methods, and field strategies …, 2010
We don't know what we don't know: when and how the use of Twitter's public APIs biases scientific inference
R Tromble, A Storz, D Stockmann
Available at SSRN 3079927, 2017
Designing authoritarian deliberation: how social media platforms influence political talk in China
D Stockmann, T Luo, M Shen
Democratization 27 (2), 243-264, 2020
Who is afraid of the Chinese state? Evidence calling into question political fear as an explanation for overreporting of political trust
D Stockmann, A Esarey, J Zhang
Political Psychology 39 (5), 1105-1121, 2018
Crisis Management in an Authoritarian Regime: Media Effects during the Sichuan Earthquake
P Landry, D Stockmann
2009 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Toronto …, 2009
Greasing the Reels: Advertising as a Means of Campaigning on Chinese Television
D Stockmann
Chinese Media 1, 2013
Tech companies and the public interest: the role of the state in governing social media platforms
D Stockmann
Information, Communication & Society 26 (1), 1-15, 2023
One size doesn't fit all: Measuring news reception East and West
D Stockmann
Chinese Journal of Communication 2 (2), 140-157, 2009
Toward Area‐Smart Data Science: Critical Questions for Working With Big Data From China
D Stockmann
Policy & Internet 10 (4), 393-414, 2018
Authoritarianism2. 0: Social media and political discussion in China
D Stockmann, T Luo
Available at SSRN 2650341, 2015
Propaganda for sale: The impact of newspaper commercialization on news content and public opinion in China
D Stockmann
PhD Dissertation: University of Michigan, 2007
The Chinese Internet Audience: Who Seeks Political Information Online?
D Stockmann
Urban Mobilization and New Media in Contemporary China, 2014
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