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University of Nebraska Public Policy Center

Publications

The Dimensionality of Trust-Relevant Constructs in Four Institutional Domains: Results from Confirmatory Factor Analyses

PytlikZillig, L., Hamm, J., Shockley, E., Herian, M., Neal, T., Kimbrough, C., Tomkins, A., & Bornstein, B. (2016). The dimensionality of trust-relevant constructs in four institutional domains: Results from confirmatory factor analyses. Journal of Trust Research. doi: 10.1080/21515581.2016.1151359 The Dimensionality of Trust-Relevant Constructs in Four Institutional Domains: Results from Confirmatory Factor Analyses.

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Agency Theory: Toward a Framework for Research in the Public’s Support for and Understanding of Science

Muhlberger, P., & Pytlik-Zillig, L. (2016). Agency Theory: Toward a Framework for Research in the Public’s Support for and Understanding of Science. In J. Godwin (Ed.), Confronting the Challenges of Public Participation: Issues in Environmental, Planning and Health Decision-Making (pp. 109–136). Ames, Iowa: Science Communication Project.

Author: Peter Muhlberger, Lisa Pytlik Zillig,

Lincoln Vital Signs 2015

Shank, N., & Hoffman, S. (2015). Lincoln Vital Signs 2015. Lincoln, Nebraska: Lincoln Community Foundation.

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Understanding Participant Representativeness in Deliberative Events: A Case Study Comparing Probability and Non-Probability Recruitment Strategies

Griffin, J., Abdel-Monem, T., Tomkins, A., Richardson, A., & Jorgensen, S. (2015) Understanding Participant Representativeness in Deliberative Events: A case study comparing probability and non-probability recruitment strategies. Journal of Public Deliberation, 11 (1), article 4.

Author: Tarik Abdel Monem, Alan Tomkins,