Jon Green

I am a senior research scientist at Northeastern University’s Network Science Institute and a fellow at Harvard Kennedy School's Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy. I completed my Ph.D. in Political Science, with focuses in American Politics and Political Methodology, from the Ohio State University in June 2020. My primary research agenda concerns the study of ideological belief systems, including how they are structured at an individual level and how they are constructed at a system level. My peer-reviewed work concerning public opinion and political behavior in the United States has appeared in journals such as Science Advances, Perspectives on Politics, and Political Research Quarterly.

My CV can be found here.

Peer-Reviewed Publications

  1. Green, Jon, James N. Druckman, Matthew A. Baum, David Lazer, Katherine Ognyanova, Matthew Simonson, Jennifer Lin, Mauricio Santillana, and Roy Perlis. "Using General Messages to Persuade on a Politicized Scientific Issue." Accepted, British Journal of Political Science. Link to preprint.
  2. Perlis, Roy H., Jon Green, Matthew Simonson, Katherine Ognyanova, Mauricio Santillana, Jennifer Lin, Alexi Quintana, Hanyu Chwe, James Druckman, David Lazer, Matthew Baum, and John Della Volpe. "Association Between Social Media Use and Self-reported Symptoms of Depression in US Adults."JAMA Network Open 4(11): e2136113. Link to article.
  3. Green, Jon. 2021. "Does Race Stop at the Water's Edge? Elites, the Public, and Support for Foreign Intervention among White U.S. Citizens over Time." Political Science Quarterly 136(2): 339-361. Link to article.
  4. Conroy, Meredith, and Jon Green. 2020. "It Takes a Motive: Communal and Agentic Articulated Interest and Candidate Emergence." Political Research Quarterly 73(4): 942-956. Link to article.
  5. Green, Jon, Jared Edgerton, Daniel Naftel, Kelsey Shoub, and Skyler Cranmer. 2020. "Elusive Consensus: Polarization in Elite Communication on the COVID-19 Pandemic." Science Advances 6(28): eabc2717. Link to article.
  6. Green, Jon. 2019. "Floating Policy Voters in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election." Electoral Studies 67. Link to article.
  7. Green, Jon, and Sean McElwee. 2019. "The Differential Effects of Economic Conditions and Racial Attitudes in the Election of Donald Trump." Perspectives on Politics 17(2): 358-379. Link to article.
  8. Neblo, Michael, William Minozzi, Kevin M. Esterling, Jon Green, Jonathon Kingzette, and David M. J. Lazer. 2016. "The need for a translational science of democracy." Science 355(6328), 914-915. Link to article.

Conference Proceedings

  1. Joseph, Kenneth, Benjamin D. Horne, Jon Green, and John P. Wihbey. "Local News and COVID in the U.S.: Relationships between Coverage, Cases, Deaths, and Audience." Accepted, International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media 2021.Link to paper.
  2. Joseph, Kenneth, Sarah Shugars, Ryan Gallagher, Jon Green, Alexi Quintana Mathé, Zijian An and David Lazer. "(Mis)alignment Between Stance Expressed in Social Media Data and Public Opinion Surveys." Accepted, Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing 2021. Link to paper.

Book Chapters

  1. Green, Jon, Jonathon Kingzette, and Michael Neblo. 2019. "Deliberative Democracy and Political Decision Making." in The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, eds. David Redlawsk and Cengiz Erisen. Link to chapter.

Preprints and Papers Under Review