Justin Bonest Phillips
Justin Bonest Phillips
Senior Lecturer in Political Science, University of Waikato, New Zealand
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Appeals to the Hispanic demographic: Targeting through Facebook autoplay videos by the Clinton campaign during the 2015/2016 presidential primaries
E Elder, JB Phillips
Journal of Political Marketing 16 (3-4), 319-342, 2017
Recursion theory and the ‘death tax’ Investigating a fake news discourse in the 2019 Australian election
A Carson, A Gibbons, JB Phillips
Journal of Language and Politics 20 (5), 696-718, 2021
Negative political communication on social media and the gender gap: a study of men's and women's reactions to presidential candidate attacks on Facebook in 2012 and 2016
JB Phillips
Politics & Gender 17 (3), 454-482, 2021
Party system fragmentation, social cleavages, and social media: New Zealand’s 2017 election campaign on Facebook
JB Phillips, VKG Woodman
Australian journal of political science 55 (3), 293-310, 2020
Does third-party fact-checking increase trust in news stories? An Australian case study using the “sports rorts” affair
A Carson, A Gibbons, A Martin, JB Phillips
Digital Journalism 10 (5), 801-822, 2022
# Bodypositive surpasses 1 billion engagements
S Graham, E Newell, JB Phillips, GJ Treharne, D Scarf
Journal of Health Psychology, 13591053221107746, 2022
Police Ten 7 feeds racial stereotypes of Māori and Pacific peoples in Aotearoa New Zealand
R Yan, WA Rapana, W Waitoki, T McCreanor, AM Barnes, ...
PsyArXiv, 2021
Leave the Attacking to Others: Assessing the Effectiveness of Candidate Endorsed and Independently Sourced Televised Attack Ads in the 2016 Presidential Election
JB Phillips
Mass Communication and Society 24 (3), 319-344, 2021
Covering tangata whenua in Aotearoa: a big data exploration of print media and Māori
JB Phillips
Kōtuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online, 1-18, 2022
Going Negative in the Era of the Super PAC and Social Media: Negative Political Communication in the United States on Television and Facebook
JB Phillips
University of Auckland, 2019
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