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EDUCATION

University of California, Santa Barbara

PhD, Political Science, 2008

University of California, Santa Barbara

MA, Political Science, 2004

University of Oregon

BA, Political Science / Planning, Public Policy & Management, 2000

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Feezell, J.T., Glazier, R., and Boydstun, A. "Framing, Identity, and Responsibility: Do Episodic vs. Thematic Framing Effects Vary by Target Population?" (Published online at Politics, Groups, and Identities.)

Boydstun, A.E., Feezell, J.T., Glazier, R. “In the Wake of a Terrorist Attack, Do Americans’ Attitudes Toward Muslims Decline?” (Published online at Research & Politics.)

Feezell, J.T. (2017). “Agenda-Setting Through Social Media: The Importance of Incidental News Exposure and Social Filtering in the Digital Era.” Political Research Quarterly, 71(2) 482-494.

 

J.T. Feezell and Jones, J. (2017). “Disagreement Without Deterrence: The Importance of the Setting for the Study of Political Disagreement and Participation of Youth.” American Politics Research.

Copeland, L. and Feezell, J.T. (2017). "The Influence of Citizenship Norms and Media Use on Different Modes of Political Participation in the U.S." Political Studies, 65 (4): 805-823.

 

Carlisle, J., Feezell, J.T., Michaud, K., and Smith, E.R.A.N. (2016). The Politics of Energy Crises. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Feezell, J.T. (2016). "Predicting Online Political Participation: The Importance of Selection Bias and Selective Exposure in the Online Setting." Political Research Quarterly, 69 (3): 495-509. 

 

Feezell, J.T., Conroy, M, and M. Guerrero. (2016). "Internet Use and Political Participation: Engaging Citizenship Norms Through Online Activities." Journal of Information Technology Politics, 13 (3): 1-13.

 

Conroy, M., Feezell, J.T. and Guerrero, M. (2015). "Terms of Engagement: Online Political Participation and the Impact on Offline Political Participation," in Farrar-Meyers, V.A. & Vaughn, J. (eds.) Controlling the Message: Campaigning and Governing in an Information Rich Environment. New York, New York University Press.

 

Boydstun, A.E., Feezell, J.T., Glazier, R.A., Jurka T., Pietryka, M.T., Reilly, J. (2014). “Colleague Crowdsourcing: A Method for Incentivizing National Student Engagement and Large-N Data Collection.” PS: Political Science and Politics, 47(4): 829-834 .

 

Kahne, J., Lee, N. and Feezell, J.T.  (2013).  “The Civic and Political Impact of Online Participatory Cultures Among Youth Transitioning to Adulthood.” Journal of Information Technology & Politics, 10 (1): 1-20.



Conroy, M., Feezell, J.T. and Guerrero, M.  (2012).  “Facebook is… Fostering Political Engagement: A Study of Online Social Networking Groups and Offline Participation.”  Computers in Human Behavior, 28 (5): 1535-1546.



Kahne, J., Lee, N. and Feezell, J.T.  (2011). “Digital Media Literacy Education and Online Civic and Political Participation.”  International Journal of Communication, 5: 1–20.

 

Kahne, J., Middaugh, E., Lee, N., Feezell, J.T. (2011). “Youth Online Activity and Exposure to Diverse Perspectives.”  New Media and Society, October: 1-21.



Carlisle, J., Feezell, J.T., Michaud, K., Smith, E.R.A.N. and Smith, L.  (2010). “The Public's Trust in Scientific Claims Regarding Offshore Oil Drilling.” Public Understanding of Science, 19 (5): 514-527.

 

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AWARDS & GRANTS

2018 Walter Lippmann Best Published Article Award in Political Communication

2016 Women in STEM Faculty Development Grant

 

UNM Teaching Fellow for the Center for Excellence in Teaching (2015-2016)

 

​“Best Graduate Student Paper Award in Information Technology and Politics,” presented at the American Political Science Association annual meeting, Washington D.C. (2010)