ISSN 1369-118X (Print); ISSN 1468-4462 (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
Dynamic Perspectives on Media and Information Technologies
Rohlinger, Deana A.; Davis, Jenny L.; Dignam, Pierce; Williams, Cynthia
On multiple agencies: when do things matter?
Interactionism in the age of ubiquitous telecommunication
Klowait, Nils Oliver
Supplementing a survey with respondent Twitter data to measure e-cigarette information exposure
Murphy, Joe; Hsieh, Y. Patrick; Wenger, Michael; Kim, Annice E.; Chew, Rob
Generalizing from social media data: a formal theory approach
Davis, Jenny L.; Love, Tony P.
When are artificial intelligence versus human agents faulted for wrongdoing? Moral attributions after individual and joint decisions
Shank, Daniel B.; DeSanti, Alyssa; Maninger, Timothy
Contested affordances: teachers and students negotiating the classroom integration of mobile technology
Gender inequality in mobile technology access: the role of economic and social development
Charm offensive: mediatized country image transformations in international relations
‘It’s so scary how common this is now:’ frames in media coverage of the opioid epidemic by Ohio newspapers and themes in Facebook user reactions
Russell, David; Spence, Naomi J.; Thames, Kelly M.
Race and the beauty premium: Mechanical Turk workers’ evaluations of Twitter accounts
Groggel, Anne; Nilizadeh, Shirin; Ahn, Yong-Yeol; Kapadia, Apu; Rojas, Fabio
Digital remediation: social support and online learning communities can help offset rural digital inequality
Welser, Howard T.; Khan, M. Laeeq; Dickard, Michael
Symposium on political communication and social movements: ships passing in the night
Rohlinger, Deana A.
Audiences in social context: bridging the divides between political communications and social movements scholarship
Symposium on political communication and social movements – the campfire and the tent: what social movement studies and political communication can learn from one another
Symposium on political communication and social movements: audience, persuasion, and influence