S Mo Jones-Jang
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The Dynamics of Public Attention: Agenda‐Setting Theory Meets Big Data
W Russell Neuman, L Guggenheim, S Mo Jang, SY Bae
Journal of Communication 64 (2), 193-214, 2014
5782014
Third person effects of fake news: Fake news regulation and media literacy interventions
SM Jang, JK Kim
Computers in Human Behavior 80, 295-302, 2018
2602018
Polarized frames on “climate change” and “global warming” across countries and states: Evidence from Twitter big data
S Mo Jang, PS Hart
Global Environmental Change 32, 11-17, 2015
2372015
Does Media Literacy Help Identification of Fake News? Information Literacy Helps, but Other Literacies Don’t
SM Jones-Jang, T Mortensen, J Liu
American Behavioral Scientist 65 (371-388), doi:10.1177/0002764219869406, 2021
1762021
A computational approach for examining the roots and spreading patterns of fake news: Evolution tree analysis
SM Jang, T Geng, JYQ Li, R Xia, CT Huang, H Kim, J Tang
Computers in Human Behavior 84, 103-113, 2018
982018
Understanding privacy knowledge and skill in mobile communication
YJ Park, S Mo Jang
Computers in Human Behavior 38, 296-303, 2014
952014
Framing responsibility in climate change discourse: Ethnocentric attribution bias, perceived causes, and policy attitudes
SM Jang
Journal of Environmental Psychology 36, 27-36, 2013
892013
The dynamics of issue frame competition in traditional and social media
L Guggenheim, S Mo Jang, SY Bae, WR Neuman
The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 659 (1 …, 2015
792015
Seeking congruency or incongruency online? Examining selective exposure to four controversial science issues
SM Jang
Science Communication 36 (2), 143-167, 2014
732014
From Social Media to Mainstream News: The Information Flow of the Vaccine-Autism Controversy in the US, Canada, and the UK
SM Jang, BW McKeever, R McKeever, JK Kim
Health Communication 34 (1), 110-117, 2019
692019
Challenges to selective exposure: Selective seeking and avoidance in a multitasking media environment
SM Jang
Mass Communication and Society 17 (5), 665-688, 2014
572014
The More Friends, the Less Political Talk? Predictors of Facebook Discussions Among College Students
SM Jang, H Lee, YJ Park
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 17 (5), 271-275, 2014
562014
Evaluating Sampling Methods for Content Analysis of Twitter Data
H Kim, SM Jang, SH Kim, A Wan
Social Media+ Society 4 (2), 2056305118772836, 2018
552018
When pop music meets a political issue: Examining how “Born This Way” influences attitudes toward gays and gay rights policies
SM Jang, H Lee
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 58 (1), 114-130, 2014
402014
Assessing the carrying capacity of Twitter and online news
SM Jang, J Pasek
Mass Communication and Society 18 (5), 577-598, 2015
372015
What is Contagious? Exploring why content goes viral on Twitter: A case study of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
G Pressgrove, BW McKeever, SM Jang
International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing 23 (1), e1586, 2018
302018
Round-trip agenda setting: Tracking the intermedia process over time in the ice bucket challenge
SM Jang, YJ Park, H Lee
Journalism 18, 1292-1308, 2017
302017
Can Marketing Data Aid Survey Research? Examining Accuracy and Completeness in Consumer-File Data
J Pasek, SM Jang, CL Cobb, JM Dennis, C Disogra
Public Opinion Quarterly 78 (4), 889-916, 2014
292014
Good news! Communication findings may be underestimated: Comparing effect sizes with self-reported and logged smartphone use data
SM Jones-Jang, YJ Heo, R McKeever, JH Kim, L Moscowitz, D Moscowitz
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 25 (5), 346-363, 2020
222020
Getting attention online in election coverage: Audience selectivity in the 2012 US presidential election
SM Jang, YW Oh
New Media & Society 18 (10), 2271-2286, 2016
182016
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