Publications

‘You really have to have a thick skin’: A cross-cultural perspective on how online harassment influences female journalists

‘You really have to have a thick skin’: A cross-cultural perspective on how online…

Chen, G. M., Pain, P., Chen, V. Y., Mekelburg, M., Springer, N., & Troger, F.
July 8, 2020

Journalism: Theory, Practice, and Criticism, 20(7), 877-895

Predicting perceptions of incivility across 20 news comment sections

Predicting perceptions of incivility across 20 news comment sections

Van Duyn, E., & Muddiman, A.
April 18, 2020

Journalism

Exploring the influence of comment tone and content in response to misinformation in social media news

Exploring the influence of comment tone and content in response to misinformation in social…

Kim, J., & Chen, G. M.
March 12, 2020

Journalism Practice, Online First Advance Publication

How News Images Affect Clicking on Subscription Appeals

How News Images Affect Clicking on Subscription Appeals

Collier, J., Kim, Y., & Stroud, N.J.
March 10, 2020

Journalism Practice

Enacted journalism takes the stage: How audiences respond to reporting-based theater

Enacted journalism takes the stage: How audiences respond to reporting-based theater

Tenenboim, O., & Stroud, N. J.
February 3, 2020

Journalism Studies, 21(6), 713-730

The downsides of digital labor: Exploring the toll incivility takes on online comment moderators

The downsides of digital labor: Exploring the toll incivility takes on online comment moderators

Riedl, M. J., Masullo, G. M., & Whipple, K. N.
January 22, 2020

Computers in Human Behavior, 107, 1-9

Exploring how online political quizzes boost interest in politics, political news, and political engagement

Exploring how online political quizzes boost interest in politics, political news, and political engagement

Chen, G. M., Ng, Y. M. M., Riedl, M. J., & Chen, V. Y.
October 15, 2019

Journal of Information Technology & Politics, 17:1, 33-47

Social media engagement with strategy- and issue-framed political news

Social media engagement with strategy- and issue-framed political news

Stroud, N. J., & Muddiman, A.
September 30, 2019

Journal of Communication, 69(5), 443-466

The effects of mobile push notifications on news consumption and learning

The effects of mobile push notifications on news consumption and learning

Stroud, N. J., Peacock, C., & Curry, A.
September 10, 2019

Digital Journalism, 8(1), 32-48

The curiosity effect: Information seeking in the contemporary news environment

The curiosity effect: Information seeking in the contemporary news environment

Scacco, J. M., & Muddiman, A.
August 6, 2019

New Media & Society, 22(3), 429–448

The Gender Gap in Online News Comment Sections

The Gender Gap in Online News Comment Sections

Van Duyn, E., Peacock, C., & Stroud, N. J.
July 26, 2019

Social Science Computer Review

We Should Not Get Rid of Incivility Online

We Should Not Get Rid of Incivility Online

Chen, G. M., Muddiman, A., Wilner, T., Pariser, E., & Stroud, N. J.
July 16, 2019

Social Media + Society

The President Is in: Public Opinion and the Presidential Use of Twitter

The President Is in: Public Opinion and the Presidential Use of Twitter

Pain, P., & Chen, G. M.
June 24, 2019

Social Media + Society

Shut down or turn off? The interplay between news overload and consumption

Shut down or turn off? The interplay between news overload and consumption

Chen, V. Y., & Chen, G. M.
May 28, 2019

Atlantic Journal of Communication, 28:2, 125-137

The effects of journalistic transparency on credibility assessments and engagement intentions

The effects of journalistic transparency on credibility assessments and engagement intentions

Curry, A., & Stroud, N. J.
May 25, 2019

Journalism

Breakdown of Democratic Norms? Understanding the 2016 US Presidential Election Through Online Comments

Breakdown of Democratic Norms? Understanding the 2016 US Presidential Election Through Online Comments

Chen, G. M., Riedl, M. J., Shermack, J. L., Brown, J., & Tenenboim, O.
May 16, 2019

Social Media + Society, Volume: 5 issue: 2

Can We Talk About Race? Exploring Online Comments about Race-Related Shootings

Can We Talk About Race? Exploring Online Comments about Race-Related Shootings

Chen, G. M., Fadnis, D., & Whipple, K. N.
April 1, 2019

Howard Journal of Communications, 31:1, 35-49

‘A chance for me to do good, make a real difference’: how citizen journalists in India view their role in social transformation

‘A chance for me to do good, make a real difference’: how citizen journalists…

Pain, P., & Chen, G. M.
March 22, 2019

Media Practice and Education, 20:4, 334-349

Using Controlled and Field Experiments to Create and Test Digital News Quizzes

Using Controlled and Field Experiments to Create and Test Digital News Quizzes

Scacco, J. M., & Muddiman, A.
January 1, 2019

SAGE Research Methods Cases

(Re)Claiming Our Expertise: Parsing Large Text Corpora With Manually Validated and Organic Dictionaries

(Re)Claiming Our Expertise: Parsing Large Text Corpora With Manually Validated and Organic Dictionaries

Muddiman, A., McGregor, S. C., & Stroud, N. J.
November 7, 2018

Political Communication, 36(2), 214-226

The Consequences of Forced Versus Selected Political Media Exposure

The Consequences of Forced Versus Selected Political Media Exposure

Stroud, N. J., Feldman, L., Wojcieszak, M., & Bimber, B.
October 1, 2018

Human Communication Research, Volume 45, Issue 1, 27–51

The deliberative influence of comment section structure

The deliberative influence of comment section structure

Peacock, C., Scacco, J. M., & Stroud, N. J.
July 4, 2017

Journalism, 20(6), 752–771