Articles & Chapters

In Press

Chen, H., Guo, L., & Su, C. (forthcoming). Network Agenda Setting, Partisan selective exposure, and opinion repertoire: The effects of pro- and counter-attitudinal media in Hong Kong. Journal of Communication.

Elasmar, M.G. (in press). Cross-border mediated messages. In L. Cheng, (Ed.). Handbook of Intercultural Communication. Berlin, Germany: De Gruyter Mouton.

Groshek, J., Guo, L., & Elasmar, M.G. (in press). Extracting a country’s image from Twitter: The case of Cuba. In J.Fullerton & A. Kendrik (Eds.). Reader on Nation Branding and Public Diplomacy: The Model of Country Concept. Peter Lang Publishers.

Guo, L., Mays, K., Sha, L., Jalal, M., Ishwar, P., & Betke, M. (forthcoming). Accurate, fast, but not always cheap: Evaluating “crowdcoding” as an alternative approach to analyze social media data. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly.

Halpern, D., Valenzuela, S., & Katz, J. E. (in press). When participation leads to misinformation: How using social media for news leads to misperceptions and sharing false claims. New Media & Society.

Kim, S., & Krishna, A. (accepted for publication). Crisis management capability in public management: Understanding the impact of PR strategy on organizational outcomes. Asian Journal of Communication.

Krishna, A., Connaughton, S. L., & Linabary, J. R. (in press). Citizens’ political public relations: Unpacking choices, and emergent and deliberate strategies in building trust and relations among groups in conflict. Public Relations Review.

Krishna, A., & Thompson, T. L. (in press). Misinformation about health: A review of health communication and misinformation scholarship. American Behavioral Scientist. 

Tsay-Vogel, M. (forthcoming). Third-person effect. In J. Van den Bulck (Ed.), The International Encyclopedia of Media Psychology. Wiley-Blackwell.

Wu, H. D. (in press). International coverage. In Tim P. Vos & Folker Hanusch (Eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.


Al-Rawi, A., Groshek, J., & Zhang, L. (2019). What the fake? Assessing the extent of networked political spamming and bots in the propagation of #fakenews on Twitter. Online Information Review. (link)

Amazeen, M. (2019). News in an era of content confusion: Effects of news use motivations and context on native advertising and digital news perceptions. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly. (link)

Amazeen, M. (2019). Practitioner perceptions: Critical junctures and the global emergence and challenges of fact-checking. International Communication Gazette, 81(6–8), 541–561. (link)

Amazeen, M., & Bucy, E. (2019). News knowledge as inoculation. Columbia Journalism Review. (link)

Amazeen, M., & Bucy, E. (2019). Conferring resistance to digital disinformation: The inoculating influence of procedural news knowledge. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 63(3), 415–432. (link)

Graves, L., & Amazeen, M. A. (2019). Fact-checking as idea and practice in journalism. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication. (link)

Cahill, T. J., Wertz, B., Zhong, Q., Donegan, J., Foreman, R., Manot, S., … Wang, C. (2019). Using social media to target hard-to-reach populations: The search for consumers of online raw DNA interpretation services. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 21(7). (link)

Guo, L. (2019). Ignorance or uncertainty: How the “black box” dilemma in big data research may “misinform” political communication. In N. Stroud & S. McGregor (Eds), Digital discussions: How Big Data Informs Political Communication. New York: Routledge. (link)

Guo, L. (2019). Media agenda diversity and intermedia agenda setting in a controlled media environment: A computational analysis of China’s online news. Journalism Studies, 1-18. Advance online publication. (link)

Jaramillo, D. (2019). TV’s War on Drugs: Local crises as public service crusades in the 1980s. In J. Jeffrey & T. Ethan (Eds.), Television History, The Peabody Archive, and Cultural Memory. Athens, GA: The University of Georgia Press.

Jaramillo, D., & Matt, S. (2019). Podcasting, the Intimate Self, and the Public Sphere. Popular Communication, 17(4), 268–272. (link)

Jaramillo, D., & Matt, S. (Eds.). (2019). Special Issue: Podcasting, the Popular, and the Public Sphere. Popular Communication, 17(4).

Kim, S., Krishna, A., & Dhanesh, G. (2019). Economics or ethics? Exploring the role of CSR expectations in explaining consumers’ perceptions, motivations, and active communication behaviors about corporate misconduct. Public Relations Review, 45(1), 76–87. (link)

Krishna, A., & Kim, S. (2019). Treating Ivanka unfairly: Understanding the impact of Presidential Tweeting on publics’ perceptions and intentions to buycott or boycott corporations. Corporate Communications: An International Journal, 24(4), 636–652. (link)

Kuang, K., Connaughton, S. L., Linabary, J. R., Krishna, A., Vibber, K. S., Anaele, A., & Yakova, L. (2019). Extending communication campaign from health to peacebuilding: A locally-driven communication campaign approach as part of a peacebuilding initiative in Liberia. Health Communication, 1-10. Advance online publication. (link)

McCurdy, P., & Groshek, J. (2019). Bytes and Bitumen: Digital advocacy and mediated discourse around TransCanada’s proposed #EnergyEast pipeline. In M. Lalancette, V. Raynauld, and E. Crandall (Eds.), What’s #Trending In Canadian Politics? Understanding Transformations in Power, Media, and the Public Sphere. University of British Columbia Press. (link)

Reeves, B., Ram, N., Robinson, T. N., Cummings, J., Giles, C. L., Pan, J., … Yeykelis, L. (2019). Screenomics: A framework to capture and analyze personal life experiences and the ways that technology shapes them. Human–Computer Interaction, 1-52. Advance online publication. (link)

Roberts, M., Allen, C., & Andersen, B. (2019). The FDA authorization of direct-to-consumer genetic testing for three BRCA1/2 pathogenic variants: A Twitter analysis of the public’s response. JAMIA Open. (link)

Smith, B. G., Krishna, A., & Al-Sinan, R. (2019). Beyond slacktivism: Examining the entanglement between social media engagement, empowerment, and participation in activism. International Journal of Strategic Communication, 13(3), 182–196. (link)

Tsay-Vogel, M., & Krakowiak, K. M. (2019). The virtues and vices of social comparisons: Examining assimilative and contrastive emotional reactions to characters in a narrative. Motivation and Emotion, 43(4), 636–647. (link)

Zhang, Y., & Guo, L. (2019). ‘A battlefield for public opinion struggle’’: How does news consumption from different sources on social media influence government satisfaction in China?’ Information, Communication & Society, 1–17. (link)


Allen, C. G., Andersen, B., Chambers, D. A., Groshek, J., & Roberts, M. C. (2018). Twitter use at the 2016 Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health: Analysing #DIScience16. Implementation Science, 13(34). (link)

Allen, C., Roberts, M., Andersen, B., & Khoury, M. (2018). Communication about hereditary cancers on social media: A content analysis of tweets about hereditary breast and ovarian cancer and Lynch Syndrome. Journal of Cancer Education. (link)

Allen, C., Andersen, B., Khoury, M., & Roberts, M. (2018). Current social media conversations about genetics and genomics in health: A Twitter-based analysis. Public Health Genomics, 21, p.93-99. (link)

Al-Rawi, A., & Groshek, J. (2018). Jihadist propaganda on social media. International Journal of Cyber Warfare and Terrorism. (link)

Amazeen, M. A., Thorson, E., Muddiman, A. R., & Graves, L. (2018). Correcting political and consumer misperceptions: The effectiveness and effects of rating scale versus contextual correction formats. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 95(1), 28-48. (link)

Amazeen, M.A., Vargo, C., & Hopp, T. (2018). Reinforcing attitudes in a gatewatching news era: Individual-level antecedents to sharing fact-checks on social media. Communication Monographs,86(1), p. 112-132. (link)

Amazeen, M. A., & Wojdynski, B. W. (2018). The effects of disclosure format on native advertising recognition and audience perceptions of legacy and online news publishers. Journalism. Advance online publication. (link)

Amazeen, M. A., & Wojdynski, B. W. (2018). Reducing native advertising deception: Revisiting the antecedents and consequences of persuasion knowledge in digital news contexts. Mass Communication and Society, 22(2), p. 222-247. (link)

Connaughton, S.L., Vibber, K., Krishna, A., Linabary, J., & Stumberger, N. (2018). Theorizing corporate-community relationships and the role of contextual factors in peacebuilding and beyond. Journal of Asian Pacific Communication, 28, 1-19. (link)

Cummings, J. J., & Wertz, B. (2018). Technological predictors of social presence: A foundation for a meta- analytic review and empirical concept explication. Proceedings of the 10th Annual International Workshop on Presence (Prague).

Groshek, J. (2018). No, you probably don’t touch your phone 2,617 times per day: A rationale for the Journal of Communication Technology. Journal of Communication Technology, 1(1), 1-5. (link)

Groshek, J., Katz, J., Andersen, B., Cutino, C., & Zhong, Q. (2018). Media use and antimicrobial resistance misinformation and misuse: Survey evidence of information channels and fatalism in augmenting a global health threat. Cogent Medicine. (link)

Groshek, J., Ogan, C., and Kiran, S. (2018). Development institutions. In W. Donsbach (Ed.), The International Encyclopedia of Communication. Wiley-Blackwell. (link)

Guo, L. & Hong, V. T. (2018). Media vs. reality: Who sets the public agenda on health?. The Agenda Setting Journal, 2, 3-24. (link)

Guo, L., Rohde, J., & Wu, H.D. (2018). Who is responsible for Twitter’s echo chamber problem? Evidence from 2016 U.S. election networks. Information, Communication & Society, 1-18. (link)

Guo, L., & Vargo, C. (2018). “Fake news” and emerging online media ecosystem: An integrated intermedia agenda-setting analysis of the 2016 U.S. Presidential election. Communication Research. Advance online publication. (link)

Jaramillo, D. L. (2018). NBC Sports Network: Building elite audiences from broadcast rights. In D. Johnson (Ed.), From networks to Netflix: A guide to changing channels, pp. 117-126. New York: Routledge. (link)

Kim, S., & Krishna, A. (2018). Unpacking public sentiment toward the government: How citizens’ perceptions of government communication strategies impact public engagement, cynicism, and word-of-mouth behaviors in South Korea. International Journal of Strategic Communication, 12(3), 215-236. (link)

Kim, S,  Krishna, A., & Plowman, K. (2018). Winning in the court of public opinion: Exploring public relations–legal collaboration during organizational crisis. Corporate Communications: An International Journal, 24(1), 96–114. (link)

Kim, J.-N., Oh, Y. W., & Krishna, A. (2018). Justificatory information forefending in the digital age: Origins of information confirmation and risky health behavior. Health Communication, 33, 85-93. (link)

Krakowiak, K. M., & Tsay-Vogel, M. (2018). Are good characters better for us? The effect of morality salience on entertainment selection and recovery outcomes. Mass Communication and Society, 21(3), 320-344. (link)

Krongard, S., & Groshek, J. (2018). Streaming apolitical content and talking politics: Social television in the shaping of online and offline political talk during the 2016 campaign. In D. Shill and J. A. Hendricks (Eds.), Media and the 2016 Election: Discourse, Disruption, and Digital Democracy. Routledge. (link)

Krongard, S., & Tsay-Vogel, M. (2018). Online original TV series: Examining portrayals of violence in popular binge-watched programs and social reality perceptions. Psychology of Popular Media Culture. (link)

Lambert, C. A., & Wu, H. D. (2018). Journalists in Taiwan: Marketplace challenges in a free media system. In E. Freedman, R. Goodman, & E. Steyn (Eds.), Global Experiences, pp. 57-68. New York: Routledge. (link)

Oppliger, P. A., & Medeiros, M. (2018). A different kind of foster family: Portrayals of teen foster care on Freeform. In E. L. Newman & E. Witsell (Eds.), ABC Family/Freeform and its Programming. Jefferson, NC: McFarland. (link)

Reich, J., Guo, L., Groshek, J., Weinberg, J., Chen, W., Martin, C., Long, M. D., & Farraye, F. A. (2018). Social media use and preferences in patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. Advance online publication.  (link)

Tsay-Vogel, M., Shanahan, J. E., & Signorielli, N. (2018). Social media cultivating perceptions of privacy: A five-year longitudinal analysis of privacy attitudes and self-disclosure behaviors among Facebook users. New Media & Society, 20(1), 141-161. (link)

Vargo, C.J., Guo, L., & Amazeen, M.A. (2018). The agenda-setting power of fake news: A big data analysis of the online media landscape from 2014 to 2016. New Media & Society, 20(5), 2028-2049. (link)

Walsh, J., Andersen, B., Katz, J., & Groshek, J. (2018). Personal power and agency when dealing with interactive voice response systems and alternative modalities. Media and Communication, 6(3). (link)

Walsh, J., Andersen, B., Groshek, J., & Katz, J. E. (2018). Are you being served?: Communicating with power via mediated support channels. Media and Communication. (link)

Wang, C., Cahill, T. J., Parlato, A., Wertz, B., Zhong, Q., Cunningham, T. N., & Cummings, J. J. (2018). Consumer use and response to online third-party raw DNA interpretation services. Molecular Genetics & Genomic Medicine, 6(1), 35-43. (link)

Wang, W., & Guo, L. (2018). Framing genetically modified mosquitoes in the online news and Twitter: Intermedia frame setting in the issue-attention cycle. Public Understanding of Science, 27(8), 937-951. (link)


Amazeen, M. A., & Muddiman, A. R. (2017). Saving media or trading on trust? The effects of native advertising on audience perceptions of legacy and online news publishers. Digital Journalism, 6(2), 176-195. (link)

Amazeen, M. A. (2017). Journalistic interventions: The structural factors affecting the global emergence of fact-checking. Journalism. (link)

Andersen, B., Hair, L., Groshek, J., Krishna, A., & Walker, D. T. (2017). Understanding and diagnosing antimicrobial resistance on social media: A yearlong overview of data and analytics. Health Communication, 1-11. (link)

Bucy, E., & Groshek, J. (2017). Empirical support for the media participation hypothesis: Longitudinal trends across presidential elections, 1992 to 2012. New Media & Society, 20(5), 1889-1909. (link)

Connaughton, S.L., Linabary, J.R., Krishna, A., Jones, C., Anaele, A., Kuang, K., Vibber, K.S., & Yakova, L. (2017). Explicating the relationally attentive approach to conducting engaged communication scholarship. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 45, 517-536. (link)

Downes, E. J., Supa D. W., & Austin, E. (2017). Lobbying’s history across North America. In T. Watson (ed.) North American Perspectives on the Development of Public Relations. Palgrave Macmillan. (link)

Elasmar, M., & Groshek, J. (2017). An historical overview and future directions in the conceptualization of country images. In J. Fullerton and A. Kendrick (Eds.), Reader in Place Branding and Public Diplomacy: The Model of Country Concept (pp. 27-38). Peter Lang. (link)

Groshek, J. (2017). Organically modified news networks: Gatekeeping in social media coverage of genetically modified organisms. In M. Adria and Y. Mao (Eds.), Citizen Engagement and Public Participation in the Era of New Media (pp. 107-121). IGI Global. (link)

Groshek, J., Basil, M., Guo, L., Parker Ward, S., Farraye, F., & Reich, J. (2017). Social media, social stigma: An examination of media consumption and creation in attitudes toward and knowledge of Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Journal of Medical Internet Research 19(12): e403. (link)

Groshek, J., Guo, L., Cutino, C., & Elasmar, M. (2017). A sample methodology for extracting and interpreting country concept from social media users and content. In J. Fullerton and A. Kendrick (Eds.), Reader in Place Branding and Public Diplomacy: The Model of Country Concept (pp. 77-94). Peter Lang. (link)

Groshek, J., & Koc-Michalska, K. (2017). Helping populism win? Social media activity, passivity, and aggressiveness in supporting presidential candidates in the 2016 US election campaign. Information, Communication & Society, 20(9), 1389-1407. (link)

Guo, L. (2017). WeChat as a semi-public alternative sphere: Exploring the use of WeChat among Chinese older adults. International Journal of Communication, 11, 21. (link)

Guo, L., Mays, K., & Wang, J. (2017). Whose story wins on Twitter? Visualizing the South China Sea Dispute. Journalism Studies, 1-22. (link)

Guo, L. & Vargo, C. (2017). Global intermedia agenda setting: A big data analysis of international news flow. Journal of Communication, 67(4), 499-520. (link)

Halpern, D., Katz, J. E., & Carril, C. (2017). The online ideal persona vs. the jealousy effect: Two explanations of why selfies are associated with lower-quality romantic relationships. Telematics and Informatics, 34(1), 114-123. (link)

Halpern, D., & Katz, J. E. (2017) Texting’s consequences for romantic relationships: A cross-lagged analysis highlights its risks. Computers in Human Behavior, 71, 386-394. (link)

Holt, M. K., Green, J. G., Tsay-Vogel, M., Davidson, J., & Brown, C. (2017). Multidisciplinary approaches to research on bullying in adolescence. Adolescent Research Review, 2(1), 1-10.(link)

Howell, C. (2017). Symbolic capital and the production discourse of The American Music Show: A microhistory of Atlanta cable access. Cinema Journal, 57(1), 1-24. (link)

Katz, J. E., & Crocker, E. T. (2017). Selfies as interpersonal communication. In A. Benedek & A. Veszelszki (Eds.), Visual learning, Vol. 6: Time, truth, tradition (pp. 94-99). Frankfurt/M: Peter Lang Verlag. (link)

Kim, S., & Krishna, A. (2017). Communication or action? Strategies fostering ethical organizational conduct and relational outcomes. Public Relations Review, 43(3), 560-567. (link)

Kim, S. & Krishna, A. (2017). Bridging strategy versus buffering strategy: Enhancing crisis management capability in public management for relational and reputational improvement, and conflict avoidance. Asian Journal of Communication, 27, 517–535. (link)

Krakowiak, K. M., & Tsay-Vogel, M. (2017). Are good characters better for us? The effect of morality salience on entertainment selection and recovery outcomes. Mass Communication and Society, 21(3), 320-344. (link)

Krishna, A. (2017). Motivation with misinformation: Conceptualizing lacuna individuals and publics as knowledge deficient, issue-negative activists. Journal of Public Relations Research, 29, 176-193. (link)

Krishna, A., & Vibber, K. (2017). Victims or conspirators? Understanding a hot-issue public’s online reactions to a victim cluster crisis. Journal of Communication Management, 21(3), 303-318. (link)

Krishna, A. (2017). Poison or prevention? Understanding the linkages between vaccine-negative individuals’ knowledge deficiency, motivations, and communication behaviors. Health Communication, 33(9), 1088-1096. (link)

Mays, K., & Groshek, J. (2017). A time–series, multinational analysis of democratic forecasts and (Web 2.0) Internet diffusion. International Journal of Communication, 11, 429-451. (link)

Meilan, X., & Wu, H. D. (2017). Factoring media use into media system theory – An examination of 14 European nations (2002-2010). International Communication Gazette, 79(5), 533-551. (link)

Nickerson, A., Feeley, T., & Tsay-Vogel, M. (2017). Applying mass communication theory to bystander intervention in bullying. Adolescent Research Review, 2(1), 37-48. (link)

Tsay-Vogel, M., & Krakowiak, K. M. (2017). Exploring viewers’ responses to nine reality TV subgenres. Psychology of Popular Media Culture, 6(4), 348-360. (link)

Tsay-Vogel, M., & Sanders, M. S. (2017). Fandom and the search for meaning: Examining communal involvement with popular media beyond pleasure. Psychology of Popular Media Culture, 6(1), 32-47. (link)

Vargo, C. J., Guo, L., & Amazeen, M. A. (2017). The agenda-setting power of fake news: A big data analysis of the online media landscape from 2014 to 2016. New Media & Society, 20(5), 2028-2049. (link)

Wang, C., Cahill, T. J., Parlato, A., Wertz, B., Zhong, Q., Norkunas, T., & Cummings, J. J. (2017). Consumer use and response to online third-party raw DNA interpretation services. Molecular Genetics & Genomic Medicine 6(1), 35-43. (link)

Wu, H. D., & Guo, L. (2017). Beyond salience transmission: Linking agenda networks between media and voters. Communication Research. (link)

Yeykelis, L., Cummings, J. J., & Reeves, B. (2017). The fragmentation of work, entertainment, e-mail, and news on a personal computer: Motivational predictors of switching between media content. Media Psychology, 1-26. (link)


Amazeen, M. A. (2016). The effects of integrating advertising ethics into course instruction. Journal of Advertising Education, 20(1-2), 32-43. (link)

Amazeen, M. A., Thorson, E., Muddiman, A., & Graves, L. (2016). Correcting political and consumer misperceptions: The effectiveness and effects of rating scale versus contextual correction formats. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 95(1), 28-48. (link)

Breuer, A., & Groshek, J. (2016). Assessing the potential of ICTs for participatory development in Sub-Saharan Africa with evidence from urban Togo. International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society, 30(4), 349-368. (link)

Elasmar, M.G.. & Groshek, J. (2016). The cognitive concept of country image. In J. Fullerton & A. Kendrik (Eds.), Reader on Nation Branding and Public Diplomacy: The Model of Country Concept. Peter Lang Publishers.

Fernández, R., & Jaramillo, D. L. (2016). ‘Salúd, Amigos’: Negotiating border history in rural and farm radio of the Rio Grande Valley. Journal of Radio & Audio Media, 23(2), 250-262. (link)

Groshek, J., & Christensen, B. (2016). Emerging media and press freedoms as determinants of nonviolent and violent political conflicts, 1990–2006. International Communication Gazette, 79(4), 335-356. (link)

Groshek, J., & Cutino, C. (2016). Meaner on mobile: Incivility and impoliteness in communicating contentious politics on sociotechnical networks. Social Media + Society, 2(4). (link)

Groshek, J., & Holt, L.F. (2016). When official consensus equals more negativity in media coverage: Broadcast television news and the (re-)indexing of the ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ repeal. Media, War & Conflict, 1-19. (link)

Groshek, J., & Krongard, S. (2016). Netflix and engage? Implications for streaming television on political participation during the 2016 US presidential campaign. Social Sciences, 5(4), 65. (link)

Groshek, J., & Tandoc, E. (2016). The affordance effect: Gatekeeping and (non)reciprocal journalism on Twitter. Computers in Human Behavior, 66, 201-210. (link)

Guo, L., Groshek, J., Farraye, F. A., & Reich, J. S. (2016). The 2015 annual American College of Gastroenterology meeting: Insights from a Twitter analysis. Gastroenterology, 150(4), S848.(link)

Halpern D. A., Valenzuela S. A., Katz, J.E. (2016). “Selfie-ists” or “Narci-selfiers”?: A Cross-lagged panel analysis of selfie taking and narcissism. Personality and Individual Differences, 97, 98–101. (link)

Jaramillo, D. L.  (2016). Generation Kill: The Invasion of Iraq as seen on HBO.  In D. Cunningham & J. Nelson (Eds.), The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to the War Film (pp. 305-319).  Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell. (link)

Jaramillo, D. L. (2016). The rise and fall of the Television Broadcasters Association, 1943-1951. Journal of e-Media Studies 5(1). (link)

Jin, C. & Guo, L. (2016). Chinese “Tongzhi” community, civil society and online activism. Communication and the Public, 1(4), 504-508. (link)

Kim, J., & Tsay-Vogel, M. (2016). Enjoyment and appreciation as motivators for coping: Exploring the therapeutic effects of media messages on perceived threat. International Journal of Communication, 10, 1786-1808. (link)

Lai, C. H. & Katz, J. E. (2016). Adaptation of collection action in a web of mixed-mode and networked environment: Meetup groups as an example of an ecological response. The Information Society. (link)

Lai, C. H., & Katz, J. E. (2016). Volunteer associations in the Internet age: Ecological approach to understanding collective action. The Information Society, 32(4), 241-255. (link)

Oppliger, P. A., (2016). Review of the book Pretty/Funny: Women Comedians and Body Politics by L. Mizejewski. 2014. HUMOR: International Journal of Humor Research, 29(1), 131-133. (link)

Reich, J., Guo, L., Hall, J., Tran, A., Weinberg, J., Groshek, J., Rowell, T.E., DiPalma, J., Farraye, F. A. (2016). A survey of social media use and preferences in patients with inflammatory bowel disease. Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, 22(11), 2678-2687. (link)

Sanders, M. S., & Tsay-Vogel, M. (2016). Beyond heroes and villains: Examining explanatory mechanisms underlying moral disengagement. Mass Communication and Society, 19, 230-252. (link)

Supa, D. W., & Dodd, M. D. (2015). Examining the impact of advertising vs. public relations in consumer engagement with social responsibility. PRism, 12(2). (link)

Tsay-Vogel, M., Shanahan, J. E., & Signorielli, N. (2016). Social media cultivating perceptions of privacy: A five-year longitudinal analysis of privacy attitudes and self-disclosure behaviors among Facebook users. New Media & Society, 20(1), 141-161. (link)

Tsay-Vogel, M., & Krakowiak, K. M. (2016). Inspirational reality TV: The prosocial effects of lifestyle transforming reality programs on elevation and altruism. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 60(4), 567-586. (link)

Tsay-Vogel, M., & Krakowiak, K. M. (2016). Effects of hedonic and eudaimonic motivations on film enjoyment through moral disengagement. Communication Research Reports, 33(1), 54-60. (link)

Vargo, C. & Guo, L. (2016). Networks, big data, and intermedia agenda-setting: an analysis of traditional, partisan, and emerging online U.S. news. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 94(4), 1031-1055. (link)

Wu, H. D., Groshek, J., & Elasmar, M. G. (2016). Which countries does the world talk about? An examination of factors that shape country presence on Twitter. International Journal of Communication, 10, 18. (link)

Wu, H. D., & Lambert, C. A. (2016). Impediments to journalistic ethics: How Taiwan media market obstructs news professional practice. Journal of Media Ethics, 31(1), 35-50. (link)


Al-Rawi, A. & Groshek, J. (2015). Arab Iranians and their social media use. CyberOrient: Online Journal for the Virtual Middle East, 9(2). (link)

Chung, D. S., Tsay-Vogel, M., & Kim, Y. S. (2015). Who’s following Twitter? Coverage of the microblogging phenomenon by U.S. cable news networks. International Journal of Communication, 9, 3369-3393. (link)

Cummings, J. J., & Bailenson, J. N. (2015). How immersive is enough? A meta-analysis of the effect of immersive technology on user presence. Media Psychology, 19(2), 272-309 (link)

Dodd, M. D., & Supa, D. W. (2015). Testing the viability of corporate social advocacy as a predictor of purchase intention. Communication Research Reports, 32(4), 287-293. (link)

Groshek, J., & Al-Rawi, A. (2015). Anti-austerity in the Euro crisis: Modeling protest movements through online-mobile-social media use and content. International Journal of Communication, 9, 3280-3303. (link)

Groshek, J. (2015). Development institutions. In W. Donsbach (Ed.), The Concise Encyclopedia of Communication. Wiley-Blackwell.

Guo, L., & Vargo, C. (2015). The power of message networks: A big-data analysis of the Network Agenda Setting Model and issue ownership. Mass Communication and Society, 18(5), 557-576. (link)

Guo, L. (2015). Exploring the link between community radio and the community: A study of audience participation in alternative media practices. Communication, Culture & Critique, 10(1), 112-130. (link)

Halpern, D., & Katz, J. E. (2015). Can virtual museums motivate students? Towards a constructivist learning approach. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 24(6), 776-788. (link)

Jaramillo, D. L. (2015). Astrological TV: The creation and destruction of a genre. Communication, Culture, and Critique, 8(2), 309-326. (link)

Jaramillo, D. L. (2015). Keep Big Government out of your television set: The rhetoric of self-regulation before the television code. In V. Mayer, M. Banks, and B. Conor (Eds.), Production Studies, The Sequel!: Cultural Studies of Media Industries, Vol. 2. New York: Routledge. (link)

Katz, J. E., & Crocker, E. T. (2015). Selfies and photo messaging as visual conversation: Reports from the U.S., U.K., and China. International Journal of Communication, 9, 1861-1872. (link)

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Jaramillo, D. L. (2013). Narcocorridos and Newbie Drug Dealers: The changing image of the Mexican Narco on US television. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 37(9), 1587-1604. (link)

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Aronowitz, T., Lambert, C. A. & Davidoff, S. (2012). The role of rape myth acceptance in the social norms regarding sexual behavior among college students. Journal of Community Health Nursing, 29, 172-182. (link)

Jaramillo, D. L. (2012). 9/11 as Real Estate Tragedy: Selling New York and the future of the Financial District. Critical Studies in Television: An International Journal of Television Studies, 7(1), 79-98. (link)

Kim, S., Shanahan, J., & Choi, D. (2012). TV news framing supports societal poverty solutions. Newspaper Research Journal, 33(1), 101-112. (link)

Lambert, C. A. & White, C. (2012). Feminization of the film? Occupational roles of public relations characters in movies. PR Journal, 6(4), 1-24. (link)

Tsay-Vogel, M., & Bodine, B. (2012). Exploring parasocial interaction in college students as a multidimensional construct: Do personality, interpersonal need, and television motive predict their relationships with media characters?. Psychology of Popular Media Culture, 1(3), 185-200. (link)


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Lambert, C. A. (2011). Seeking out citizen journalists: Media beyond the mainstream. In S. Goldstein (Ed.), PR News’ Media Training Guidebook (pp. 178-180). Rockville, MD: PR News Press.

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Elasmar, M. (2010) Book review: Tilo Hartmann (ed.), “Media Choice: A Theoretical and Empirical Overview.” European Journal of Communication, 25: 296-298. (link)

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Morgan, M. & Shanahan, J. (2010). The state of cultivation. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 54(2), 337-355. (link)

Tsay-Vogel, M. (2010). Review of Makeover TV: Selfhood, citizenship, and celebrity by Brenda R. Weber. Journal of Communication, 60(4), E27-28.

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Tsay-Vogel, M., & Brady, M. (2010). A case study of cooperative learning and communication pedagogy: Does working in teams make a difference?. Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 10(2), 78-89. (link)

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Lambert, C. A. (2009). Engage and inspire employees with diversity awareness events. In I. Dorbian (Ed.), Employee Communications Guidebook: The blueprint for internal PR strategies and tactics, Vol 1 (pp. 146-149). Rockville, MD: Access Intelligence. (link)

Shin, Y. (2009). Understanding spatial differentiation of social interaction: Suggesting a conceptual framework for spatial mediation. Communication Theory, 19(4), 423-444. (link)

Siemer, W., Hart, P. Decker, D. & Shanahan, J. (2009). Factors that influence concern about human-black bear interactions in residential settings. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 14(3), 185-197. (link)

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Downes, E. J. (2008). Hacks, flacks, and spin doctors meet the media: An examination of the congressional press secretary as a (potential) public relations professional. In M. Lee (Ed.), Government Public Relations: A Reader (pp. 115-135). Milwaukee: Taylor & Francis.

Wu, H. D., & Izard, R. (2008). Representing the total community: Relationships between Asian American staff and Asian American coverage in nine U.S. newspapers. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 85(1), 99-112. (link)