Research and Creative Interests
- Political Communication
- Public opinion
- Research Methods
Mike Gruszczynski (PhD, University of Nebraska, 2013) is an Assistant Professor of Communication Science in The Media School at Indiana University. His research has been published in Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, Mass Communication and Society, Journalism and Communication Monographs, and Political Behavior, among others. His research is inclusive of political communication, political psychology, and research methodology, and focuses particularly on how changes in political and communication domains influence agenda-setting processes, framing effects, and journalistic decision-making.
View my CV here.
- Gruszczynski, Mike. “Evidence of Partisan Agenda Fragmentation in the American Public, 1959-2015.” In press at Public Opinion Quarterly.
- Hunt, Kate, and Mike Gruszczynski. “The Influence of New and Traditional Media Coverage on Public Attention to Social Movements: The Case of the Dakota Access Pipeline Protests.” In press at Information, Communication, and Society.
- Comfort, Suzannah Evans, Edson Tandoc, and Mike Gruszczynski. “Who is heard in climate change journalism? Sourcing patterns in climate change news in China, India, Singapore, and Thailand.” In press at Climactic Change.
- Friesen, Amanda, Mike Gruszczynski, Kevin B. Smith, and John R. Alford. “Political Orientations Vary with Detection of Androstenone.” In press at Politics and the Life Sciences.
- Wagner, Michael W., and Mike Gruszczynski. 2018. “Who Gets Covered? Ideological Extremity and News Coverage of Members of the U.S. Congress.” Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 95(3): 670-690.
- Gruszczynski, Mike, and Michael W. Wagner. 2017. “Information Flow in the 21st Century: The Theory of Agenda-Update.” Mass Communication and Society, 20(3): 378-402.