Kevin Arceneaux & Martin Johnson (2013), Replication Materials for ‘Changing Minds or Changing Channels? Partisan News in an Age of Choice,’ http://hdl.handle.net/10079/383a6e9d-f290-4711-bf5c-9ae419bf415c. ISPS Data Archive.
Experimental data; survey
Authors; June 2010 Media Consumption Survey, Pew Research Center
Data source information:
June 1, 2008
2008-06 - 2011-11
CA - Riverside (Experiments)
Unit of observation:
Pew data: 3,006; fall2009FES: 67; fall2009SES: 117; fall2011PPS: 502; fall2011SES: 127; spring2009SES: 182; summer2008FES: 147; summer2009FES: 142; summer2009SES: 120; summer2010PPS:152; winter2009SES: 167
Experimental subjects were either UC Riverside students or non-students recruited from the Riverside community.
Standard randomization of individuals
Participants were randomly assigned to four conditions: 1. a control condition where participants watched a non-political entertainment option, 2. a forced exposure to pro-attitudinal news, 3. a forced exposure to counter-attitudinal news, 4. a choice condition that included partisan news and an entertainment option
Area of study: