Christopher E. Clarke
Christopher E. Clarke
Associate Professor, George Mason University
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“Fracking” controversy and communication: Using national survey data to understand public perceptions of hydraulic fracturing
H Boudet, C Clarke, D Bugden, E Maibach, C Roser-Renouf, ...
Energy Policy 65, 57-67, 2014
Heightening uncertainty around certain science: Media coverage, false balance, and the autism-vaccine controversy
GN Dixon, CE Clarke
Science Communication 35 (3), 358-382, 2013
A question of balance: The autism-vaccine controversy in the British and American elite press
CE Clarke
Science communication 30 (1), 77-107, 2008
Highlighting consensus among medical scientists increases public support for vaccines: evidence from a randomized experiment
SL van der Linden, CE Clarke, EW Maibach
BMC public health 15, 1-5, 2015
Public opinion on energy development: the interplay of issue framing, top-of-mind associations, and political ideology
CE Clarke, PS Hart, JP Schuldt, DTN Evensen, HS Boudet, JB Jacquet, ...
Energy Policy 81, 131-140, 2015
The blame frame: Media attribution of culpability about the MMR–autism vaccination scare
A Holton, B Weberling, CE Clarke, MJ Smith
Health communication 27 (7), 690-701, 2012
How geographic distance and political ideology interact to influence public perception of unconventional oil/natural gas development
CE Clarke, D Bugden, PS Hart, RC Stedman, JB Jacquet, DTN Evensen, ...
Energy Policy 97, 301-309, 2016
What's the ‘fracking’problem? One word can’t say it all
D Evensen, JB Jacquet, CE Clarke, RC Stedman
The Extractive Industries and Society 1 (2), 130-136, 2014
The effect of falsely balanced reporting of the autism–vaccine controversy on vaccine safety perceptions and behavioral intentions
G Dixon, C Clarke
Health education research 28 (2), 352-359, 2013
The power of a picture: Overcoming scientific misinformation by communicating weight-of-evidence information with visual exemplars
GN Dixon, BW McKeever, AE Holton, C Clarke, G Eosco
Journal of Communication 65 (4), 639-659, 2015
Public views about health causation, attributions of responsibility, and inequality
H Lundell, J Niederdeppe, C Clarke
Journal of health communication 18 (9), 1116-1130, 2013
A New York or Pennsylvania state of mind: social representations in newspaper coverage of gas development in the Marcellus Shale
DT Evensen, CE Clarke, RC Stedman
Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 4, 65-77, 2014
Content and effects of news stories about uncertain cancer causes and preventive behaviors
J Niederdeppe, T Lee, R Robbins, HK Kim, A Kresovich, D Kirshenblat, ...
Health communication 29 (4), 332-346, 2014
Application of risk concepts to wildlife management: Special issue introduction
ML Gore, RS Wilson, WF Siemer, H Wieczorek Hudenko, CE Clarke, ...
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 14 (5), 301-313, 2009
The effect of geographic proximity to unconventional oil and gas development on public support for hydraulic fracturing
HS Boudet, CM Zanocco, PD Howe, CE Clarke
Risk Analysis 38 (9), 1871-1890, 2018
Including “evidentiary balance” in news media coverage of vaccine risk
CE Clarke, GN Dixon, A Holton, BW McKeever
Health communication 30 (5), 461-472, 2015
Efficacy information in media coverage of infectious disease risks: An ill predicament?
DT Evensen, CE Clarke
Science Communication 34 (3), 392-418, 2012
What drives support for self-driving car technology in the United States?
G Dixon, PS Hart, C Clarke, NH O’Donnell, J Hmielowski
Journal of Risk Research 23 (3), 275-287, 2020
Inoculating against COVID-19 vaccine misinformation
S Van der Linden, G Dixon, C Clarke, J Cook
EClinicalMedicine 33, 2021
Regional newspaper coverage of shale gas development across Ohio, New York, and Pennsylvania: Similarities, differences, and lessons
O Ashmoore, D Evensen, C Clarke, J Krakower, J Simon
Energy Research & Social Science 11, 119-132, 2016
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