Summer Harlow
Summer Harlow
Assistant professor, Jack J. Valenti School of Communication, University of Houston
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Social media and social movements: Facebook and an online Guatemalan justice movement that moved offline
S Harlow
New Media & Society 14 (2), 225-243, 2012
Collective action on the Web: A cross-cultural study of social networking sites and online and offline activism in the United States and Latin America
S Harlow, D Harp
Information, Communication & Society 15 (2), 196-216, 2012
The Arab spring| overthrowing the protest paradigm? How the New York Times, global voices and twitter covered the Egyptian revolution
S Harlow, TJ Johnson
International journal of Communication 5, 16, 2011
Will the revolution be tweeted or Facebooked? Using digital communication tools in immigrant activism
S Harlow, L Guo
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 19 (3), 463-478, 2014
Gays, lesbians, and consumer behavior: Theory, practice, and research issues in marketing
DL Wardlow
Routledge, 2014
Interactividad y multimedialidad en periódicos latinoamericanos: avances en una transición incompleta
I Bachmann, S Harlow
Cuadernos de información, 41-52, 2012
It was a Facebook revolution": Exploring the meme-like spread of narratives during the Egyptian protest
S Harlow
Revista de comunicación, 59-82, 2013
To share or not to share: The influence of news values and topics on popular social media content in the United States, Brazil, and Argentina
V García-Perdomo, R Salaverría, DK Kilgo, S Harlow
Journalism studies 19 (8), 1180-1201, 2018
User-generated racism: An analysis of stereotypes of African Americans, Latinos, and Asians in YouTube videos
L Guo, S Harlow
Howard Journal of Communications 25 (3), 281-302, 2014
A new sensation? An international exploration of sensationalism and social media recommendations in online news publications
DK Kilgo, S Harlow, V García-Perdomo, R Salaverría
Journalism 19 (11), 1497-1516, 2018
Regenerating Journalism: Exploring the “alternativeness” and “digital-ness” of online-native media in Latin America
S Harlow, R Salaverría
Digital Journalism 4 (8), 1001-1019, 2016
Opening the gates: Interactive and multimedia elements of newspaper websites in Latin America
I Bachmann, S Harlow
Journalism Practice 6 (2), 217-232, 2012
Protest paradigm in multimedia: Social media sharing of coverage about the crime of Ayotzinapa, Mexico
S Harlow, R Salaverría, DK Kilgo, V García-Perdomo
Journal of communication 67 (3), 328-349, 2017
Alternative media in a digital era: Comparing news and information use among activists in the United States and Latin America
S Harlow, D Harp
Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Navarra, 2013
Story-chatterers stirring up hate: Racist discourse in reader comments on US newspaper websites
S Harlow
Howard Journal of Communications 26 (1), 21-42, 2015
The writing is on the wall, or is it? Exploring Indian activists’ beliefs about online social media’s potential for social change
M Chadha, S Harlow
International journal of communication 9, 22, 2015
Social change and social media: Latin American activists’ use of digital tools in the face of the digital divide
S Harlow
The 2012 Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, San Francisco …, 2012
Losing focus: Goal displacement at an alternative newspaper in El Salvador
S Harlow
Media, Culture & Society 37 (8), 1119-1137, 2015
The Symbolic Annihilation of Women in Globalization Discourse: The Same Old Story in U.S. Newsmagazines
D Harp, S Harlow, J Loke
Atlantic Journal of Communication 21 (5), 263-277, 2013
A political boss and the press: The impact on democracy of two Brazilian newspapers
S Harlow
Journalism 13 (3), 340-353, 2012
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