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Journal of Communication, ISSN 0021-9916, 08/2017, Volume 67, Issue 4, pp. 499 - 520
This study contributes to international news flow literature methodologically, by significantly expanding its scope, and theoretically, by incorporating... 
Intermedia Agenda Setting | Big Data | World System Theory | Online News | International Communication | International News Flow | COUNTRIES | SITES | MEDIA | WORLD-SYSTEM | COMMUNICATION | Electronic news gathering | Big data | Data analysis | News media | News
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Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, ISSN 1077-6990, 12/2017, Volume 94, Issue 4, pp. 1031 - 1055
This large-scale intermedia agenda–setting analysis examines U.S. online media sources for 2015. The network agenda–setting model showed that media agendas... 
intermedia agenda setting | computational social science | partisanship | network agenda setting | BLOGS | MEDIA | TWITTER | COMMUNICATION | Electronic news gathering | Journalism | Research | Objectivity | Social science research | News agencies | Magazines | Agenda | Studies | Public relations | Partisanship | News media | Research methodology | News | Newspapers | Influence | Mass media | Scholars | Content analysis
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New Media & Society, ISSN 1461-4448, 5/2018, Volume 20, Issue 5, pp. 2028 - 2049
This study examines the agenda-setting power of fake news and fact-checkers who fight them through a computational look at the online mediascape from 2014 to... 
fact-checking | misinformation | Big data | intermedia agenda setting | computational social science | fake news | partisanship | journalism | network agenda setting | THE-DAILY-SHOW | SOCIAL MEDIA | ELECTION | COMMUNICATION
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Journal of Communication, ISSN 0021-9916, 04/2014, Volume 64, Issue 2, pp. 296 - 316
This study finds support for agenda melding and further validates the Network Agenda Setting (NAS) model through a series of computer science methods with... 
SENTIMENT | MODEL | STRENGTH DETECTION | COMMUNICATION | Elections | Presidents | Social networks | Presidential elections | Political parties | Content analysis | Obama, Barack
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Journal of Interactive Advertising, ISSN 1525-2019, 07/2016, Volume 16, Issue 2, pp. 157 - 168
This study assesses brand messages on Twitter (i.e., tweets broadcasted by a brand) and the contributory engagement a tweet receives. It presents a typology... 
Social media marketing | social networking | consumer engagement | brand management | promotion
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Computers in Human Behavior, ISSN 0747-5632, 03/2017, Volume 68, pp. 368 - 377
Using the 2012 presidential election as a case study, this work set out to understand the relationship between negative political advertising and political... 
Incivility | Political participation | Big data | Political advertising | ADS | ONLINE INCIVILITY | PSYCHOLOGY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | CIVILITY | EMOTIONS | VOTER | PSYCHOLOGY, EXPERIMENTAL | TURNOUT | Case studies | Measurement | Elections | Social media | Analysis | Presidents
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Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, ISSN 1077-6990, 6/2016, Volume 93, Issue 2, pp. 332 - 359
This article presents an empirical study that investigated and compared two “big data” text analysis methods: dictionary-based analysis, perhaps the most... 
Topic modeling | Unsupervised machine learning | Twitter | Political communication | Computer-assisted content analysis | topic modeling | unsupervised machine learning | COMMUNICATION | computer-assisted content analysis | political communication | Elections | Media coverage | Big data | Communication in politics | Comparative analysis | Data mining | Presidents
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International Journal of Communication, ISSN 1932-8036, 2016, Volume 10, pp. 4550 - 4569
In a world of big data, with more information at the audience's fingertips than ever, gatekeepers such as media and political parties still play a huge role in... 
Agenda setting | Twitter | Political advertising | News | news | agenda setting | BLOGS | TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS | SOCIAL MEDIA | political advertising | CITIZEN JOURNALISM | TRADITIONAL MEDIA | COMMUNICATION | Presidential candidates | Political activity | Agenda-setting (Political science) | Analysis | Political aspects | Online social networks
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by Clarkson, John G and Clarkson, J.G and Chuang, E and Chuang, Elaine and Gass, D and Gass, Donald and Pedroso, M and Pedroso, Maria and Cubillas, T and Cubillas, Tony and Duria, Erlinda S and Duria, E.S and Hess, Ditte J and Hess, D.J and Rams, I and Rams, Isabel and Ball, M and Ball, Marguerite and Gutierrez, Alex and Gutierrez, A and Muniz, N and Muniz, Nayla and Thompson, J and Thompson, June and Pall, M and Pall, Michele and Pappas, Charles J and Pappas, C.J and Finkelstein, Daniel and Finkelstein, D and Patz, Arnall and Patz, A and Rytel, D and Rytel, Dolores and Belt, J and Belt, Judy and Cain, Dennis and Cain, D and Cain, Terri and Emmert, David and George, Terry and Herring, Mark and Sotirakos, Pete and Orth, David H and Flood, Timothy P and Packo, Kirk H and Larsen, Toni and Perez, Nancy and Bryant, Doug and Doherty, Don and Fitzgerald, Jay and Gordon, Martha and Holod, Cynthia and Kwiatkowski, Kathy and MacLeod, Celeste and Morrison, Chris and Westcott, Charlotte and Klein, Michael L and Wilson, David and Weleber, Richard G and Nolte, Susan and Hurlburt, Nancy and Evans, Mark and Wallace, Patrick and Steinkamp, Peter and Funkner, Debora and Gordon, Cathy and Trempe, Clement and Jalkh, Alex and Weiter, John and Anderson, Sherry and Donovan, Dennis and O'Day, Tom and Friedman, Gerald and Immerman, Rodney and Coscas, Gabriel and Soubrane, Gisele and Haran, Rose Marie and Debibie, Christophe and Gizelsky, Jean and Wallow, Ingolf H.L and de Venecia, Guillermo and Bresnick, George and Larson, Sandra and Fuller, Sandy and Harrison, Bob and Knutson, Gene and Neider, Michael and Weber, Greg and Bahr, Ruth and Grosnick, Bonnie and Lazorik, Robert and Lyngaas, Helen and Quackenboss, Diane and Somers, Guy and Gutman, Froncie A and Myers, Sanford and Kiss, Tina and Ross, Deborah and Vargo, Pamela and ...
Ophthalmology, ISSN 0161-6420, 1995, Volume 102, Issue 10, pp. 1425 - 1433
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Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, ISSN 1077-6990, 03/2020, p. 107769902091188
This study examined political advertisements placed by the Russian-based Internet Research Agency on Facebook and Instagram. Advertisements were... 
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New Media & Society, ISSN 1461-4448, 6/2020, Volume 22, Issue 6, pp. 1095 - 1115
Using a method incorporating both survey and trace data measures, this study presented and tested a theoretical model for understanding political expression on... 
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Human Communication Research, ISSN 0360-3989, 05/2020
Abstract Recently, substantial attention has been paid to the spread of highly partisan and often factually incorrect information (i.e., so-called “fake news”)... 
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