Kevin Coe
Kevin Coe
Professor of Communication, University of Utah
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Online and uncivil? Patterns and determinants of incivility in newspaper website comments
K Coe, K Kenski, SA Rains
Journal of communication 64 (4), 658-679, 2014
Hostile news: Partisan use and perceptions of cable news programming
K Coe, D Tewksbury, BJ Bond, KL Drogos, RW Porter, A Yahn, Y Zhang
Journal of communication 58 (2), 201-219, 2008
The God strategy: How religion became a political weapon in America
D Domke, K Coe
Oxford University Press, 2010
Perceptions of uncivil discourse online: An examination of types and predictors
K Kenski, K Coe, SA Rains
Communication research 47 (6), 795-814, 2020
No shades of gray: The binary discourse of George W. Bush and an echoing press
K Coe, D Domke, ES Graham, SL John, VW Pickard
Journal of communication 54 (2), 234-252, 2004
Content analysis, quantitative
K Coe, JM Scacco
The international encyclopedia of communication research methods, 1-11, 2017
Incivility and political identity on the Internet: Intergroup factors as predictors of incivility in discussions of news online
SA Rains, K Kenski, K Coe, J Harwood
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 22 (4), 163-178, 2017
Going public as political strategy: The Bush administration, an echoing press, and passage of the Patriot Act
D Domke, ES Graham, K Coe, S Lockett John, T Coopman
Political Communication 23 (3), 291-312, 2006
Petitioners or prophets? Presidential discourse, God, and the ascendancy of religious conservatives
K Coe, D Domke
Journal of Communication 56 (2), 309-330, 2006
Priming patriots: Social Identity processes and the dynamics of public support for war
SL Althaus, K Coe
Public Opinion Quarterly 75 (1), 65-88, 2011
Going public, crisis after crisis: The Bush administration and the press from September 11 to Saddam
SL John, DS Domke, KM Coe, ES Graham
Rhetoric & Public Affairs 10 (2), 195-220, 2007
The ubiquitous presidency: Toward a new paradigm for studying presidential communication
JM Scacco, K Coe
International Journal of Communication 10, 24, 2016
Obama on the stump: Features and determinants of a rhetorical approach
K Coe, M Reitzes
Presidential Studies Quarterly 40 (3), 391-413, 2010
Social norms and the dynamics of online incivility
Y Shmargad, K Coe, K Kenski, SA Rains
Social Science Computer Review 40 (3), 717-735, 2022
Video news releases and the public: The impact of source labeling on the perceived credibility of television news
D Tewksbury, J Jensen, K Coe
Journal of Communication 61 (2), 328-348, 2011
Masculinity as political strategy: George W. Bush, the “war on terrorism,” and an echoing press
K Coe, D Domke, MM Bagley, S Cunningham, N Van Leuven
Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 29 (1), 31-55, 2007
Education coverage in television news: A typology and analysis of 35 years of topics
K Coe, PJ Kuttner
Aera Open 4 (1), 2332858417751694, 2018
The major addresses of modern presidents: Parameters of a data set
K Coe, R Neumann
Presidential Studies Quarterly 41 (4), 727-751, 2011
The other closet?: Atheists, homosexuals and the lateral appropriation of discursive capital
W Anspach, K Coe, C Thurlow
Critical Discourse Studies 4 (1), 95-119, 2007
Marginalized identity invocation online: The case of President Donald Trump on Twitter
K Coe, RA Griffin
Social Media+ Society 6 (1), 2056305120913979, 2020
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