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Dr. Lindsay Hoffman joined the faculty of the Department of Communication at the University of Delaware in 2007 after receiving her Ph.D. from The Ohio State University. Her research centers around political communication, including how people use and process political information as well as the effects of such use. She also examines how citizens use internet technology to become engaged with politics and their communities; the effects of political satire on knowledge and participation; public opinion, specifically how perceptions of public opinion influence attitudes, thinking, and behaviors; and political entertainment, such as the effects of viewing programs like "The Daily Show" on knowledge and political participation.
Her most recent work delves into the mechanisms and effects of civil-discourse interventions on college campuses, receiving grants from the Heterodox Academy and the John Templeton Foundation.
Dr. Hoffman holds a joint appointment in the Department of Political Science and International Relations, and is the Associate Director of the Center for Political Communication. She teaches courses in political communication, politics and technology, public opinion, media effects, and research methods.
Excellence in Teaching Award, 2016, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Delaware
Excellence in Advising and Mentoring, 2012, University of Delaware
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