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
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
It was a Facebook revolution": Exploring the meme-like spread of narratives during the Egyptian protest
S Harlow
Revista de comunicación, 59-82, 2013
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
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
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
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
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
Protests, media coverage, and a hierarchy of social struggle
DK Kilgo, S Harlow
The International Journal of Press/Politics 24 (4), 508-530, 2019
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