Brendan R. Watson
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Analyzing media messages: Using quantitative content analysis in research
D Riffe, S Lacy, F Fico, B Watson
Routledge, 2019
Issues and best practices in content analysis
S Lacy, BR Watson, D Riffe, J Lovejoy
Journalism & mass communication quarterly 92 (4), 791-811, 2015
Perceived threat, immigration policy support, and media coverage: Hostile media and presumed influence
BR Watson, D Riffe
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 25 (4), 459-479, 2013
Three decades of reliability in communication content analyses: Reporting of reliability statistics and coefficient levels in three top journals
J Lovejoy, BR Watson, S Lacy, D Riffe
Journalism & mass communication quarterly 93 (4), 1135-1159, 2016
The imagined audience for and perceived quality of news comments: Exploring the perceptions of commenters on news sites and on Facebook
J Kim, SC Lewis, BR Watson
Social Media+ Society 4 (1), 2056305118765741, 2018
Is Twitter an alternative medium? Comparing Gulf Coast Twitter and newspaper coverage of the 2010 BP oil spill
BR Watson
Communication research 43 (5), 647-671, 2016
Citizen journalism: A case study
C Bentley, B Hamman, J Littau, H Meyer, B Watson, B Welsh
Blogging, citizenship, and the future of media, 239-259, 2012
Assessing the reporting of reliability in published content analyses: 1985–2010
J Lovejoy, BR Watson, S Lacy, D Riffe
Communication Methods and Measures 8 (3), 207-221, 2014
Who will intervene to save news comments? Deviance and social control in communities of news commenters
BR Watson, Z Peng, SC Lewis
New Media & Society 21 (8), 1840-1858, 2019
The citizen journalism movement: MyMissourian as a case study
C Bentley, J Littau, B Hamman, H Meyer, B Welsh, B Watson
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, 2005
Structural determinants of local public affairs place blogging: Structural pluralism and community stress
BR Watson, D Riffe
Media and Social Inequality, 91-116, 2014
Assessing ideological, professional, and structural biases in journalists’ coverage of the 2010 BP oil spill
BR Watson
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 91 (4), 792-810, 2014
When critical voices should speak up: Patterns in news coverage of unofficial sources during the BP oil spill
BR Watson
Journalism Practice 8 (6), 842-854, 2014
Mass media and perceived and objective environmental risk: Race and place of residence
BR Watson, D Riffe, L Smithson-Stanley, E Ogilvie
Howard Journal of Communications 24 (2), 134-153, 2013
Speaking up in the 21st century: The effects of communication apprehension and Internet self-efficacy on use of social networking websites
BR Watson
University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007
Does political advertising lead to online information seeking? A real-world test using Google search data
E Housholder, BR Watson, S LoRusso
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 62 (2), 337-353, 2018
Are demographics adequate controls for cell-phone-only coverage bias in mass communication research?
BR Watson, R Zamith, S Cavanah, SC Lewis
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 92 (3), 723-743, 2015
“A window into shock, pain, and attempted recovery”: A decade of blogging as a coping strategy in New Orleans
BR Watson
New Media & Society 20 (3), 1068-1084, 2018
Community information needs: A theory and methodological framework
BR Watson, S Cavanah
Mass Communication and Society 18 (5), 651-673, 2015
Ideologies drive journalists' attitudes toward oil industry
BR Watson
Newspaper Research Journal 33 (2), 6-22, 2012
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