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Political Priming and Agenda Setting in Twitter for the 2016 Presidential Election
This study provides evidence and groundwork for testing the existence of priming and agenda setting effects in news coverage through social media by comparing national polling of issue importance and Twitter data. Content ...
Adolescent social media use: Coping or avoidance?
The growing frequency of social media site use raises concerns regarding its psychological effects on users, particularly adolescents. The current study examined the moderating roles of social media coping and experiential ...
#HEALTHYLIVING: SOCIAL MEDIA COMPARISONS REGARDING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND ALCOHOL USE AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS
The current study investigated the relationship between health-related-posts on social media and health-related behaviors. Participants (n = 91) were recruited to view one of four researcher-created Facebook profiles, which ...
WHAT DO EDITORS AND THE PUBLIC WANT FROM ONLINE COMMUNITY NEWSPAPERS? GATEKEEPING IN SOCIAL MEDIA
In this digital era, there are many channels that have opened for the creation and distribution of information, especially under the moniker of “news.” This new wave of journalism is challenging the traditional gatekeeping ...
Experiences of Texas Public School Communication Directors in the 21st Century: A Phenomenological Study
Communication directors have become part of public school districts’ administrative framework in the 21st century. Maintaining a social media presence and satisfying stakeholders’ expectations for current, up-to-date, and ...