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Matthew Guardino

Assistant Professor

Contact Information:

mguardin@providence.edu
401-865-2547
Howley Hall 302

Education:

Ph.D. - Syracuse University

Area(s) of Expertise:

American politics and policy issues, news media and public opinion


Selected Publications:

Hayes, Danny., Guardino, Matthew. (2013). Influence from Abroad: Foreign Voices, the Media, and U.S. Public Opinion. New York: Cambridge University Press.,

Guardino, Matthew., Snyder, Dean. (2012). The Tea Party and the Crisis of Neoliberalism: Mainstreaming New Right Populism in the Corporate. New Political Science, 34 (4), 527-548.

Hayes, Danny., Guardino, Matthew. (2011). The Influence of Foreign Voices on U.S. Public Opinion. American Journal of Political Science, 55 (4), 830-850.

Recent Presentations:

Guardino, Matthew., Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, "Psychological Ambivalence and Popular Common Sense: A Critical Bridge for Media Effects". April, 2014.

Guardino, Matthew., Northeast Popular Culture-American Culture Association Annual Meeting, Colchester, VT, "Stopping 'America’s Descent into the Welfare Abyss': Hegemonic Political Discourse and the Demise of AFDC". October, 2013.

Guardino, Matthew., Hayes, Danny., Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, "The Power of Foreign Voices and the Limits of Partisan Cue-Taking: U.S. Public Opinion about Military Action against Iran". April, 2013.

Guardino, Matthew., Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Hollywood, CA, "Corporate Power and Political Consciousness: Rethinking News Media and U.S. Public Policy in the Neoliberal Era". March, 2013.

Guardino, Matthew., Snyder, Dean., New York State Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Staten Island, NY, "The Tea Party and the Crisis of Neoliberalism: Mainstreaming New Right Populism in the Corporate News Media". April, 2012.


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