Jennifer Stromer-Galley
Jennifer Stromer-Galley
Professor of Information Studies, Syracuse University
Verified email at syr.edu - Homepage
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On-line interaction and why candidates avoid it
J Stromer-Galley
Journal of communication 50 (4), 111-132, 2000
8402000
Presidential campaigning in the Internet age
J Stromer-Galley
Oxford University Press, 2019
4352019
Measuring deliberation's content: A coding scheme
J Stromer-Galley
Journal of public deliberation 3 (1), 2007
4312007
Interactivity-as-product and interactivity-as-process
J Stromer-Galley
The Information Society 20 (5), 391-394, 2004
3832004
Diversity of political conversation on the Internet: Users' perspectives
J Stromer-Galley
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 8 (3), JCMC836, 2003
3362003
Digital media, power, and democracy in parties and election campaigns: Party decline or party renewal?
A Chadwick, J Stromer-Galley
The International Journal of Press/Politics 21 (3), 283-293, 2016
1842016
New voices in the public sphere: A comparative analysis of interpersonal and online political talk
J Stromer-Galley
Javnost-The Public 9 (2), 23-41, 2002
1762002
Agreement and disagreement in group deliberation: Effects on deliberation satisfaction, future engagement, and decision legitimacy
J Stromer-Galley, P Muhlberger
Political communication 26 (2), 173-192, 2009
1612009
Political discussion online
J Stromer-Galley, A Wichowski
The handbook of Internet studies 11, 168, 2011
1522011
Citizen perceptions of online interactivity and implications for political campaign communication
J Stromer‐Galley, KA Foot
Journal of Computer‐Mediated Communication 8 (1), 2002
1482002
Methods for analyzing and measuring group deliberation
LW Black, S Burkhalter
Sourcebook for Political Communication Research, 345-367, 2014
1452014
The strategic female: gender-switching and player behavior in online games
RM Martey, J Stromer-Galley, J Banks, J Wu, M Consalvo
Information, Communication & Society 17 (3), 286-300, 2014
1072014
The digital dollhouse: Context and social norms in The Sims Online
RM Martey, J Stromer-Galley
Games and Culture 2 (4), 314-334, 2007
1072007
Joy and sorrow of interactivity on the campaign trail: Blogs in the primary campaign of Howard Dean
J Stromer-Galley, AB Baker
The Internet election: Perspectives on the Web in campaign, 111-131, 2004
782004
Facebook shuts the gate after the horse has bolted, and hurts real research in the process
A Bruns, A Bechmann, J Burgess, A Chadwick, LS Clark, WH Dutton, ...
Internet Policy Review 25, 2018
672018
The argumentative burdens of audience conjectures: Audience research in popular culture criticism
J Stromer‐Galley, E Schiappa
Communication Theory 8 (1), 27-62, 1998
661998
Democratizing democracy: Strong democracy, US political campaigns and the Internet
J Stromer‐Galley
Democratization 7 (1), 36-58, 2000
522000
Coherence in political computer-mediated communication: Analyzing topic relevance and drift in chat
J Stromer-Galley, AM Martinson
Discourse & Communication 3 (2), 195-216, 2009
512009
Measuring game engagement: multiple methods and construct complexity
RM Martey, K Kenski, J Folkestad, L Feldman, E Gordis, A Shaw, ...
Simulation & Gaming 45 (4-5), 528-547, 2014
502014
Context and medium matter: Expressing disagreements online and face-to-face in political deliberations
J Stromer-Galley, L Bryant, B Bimber
Journal of Public Deliberation 11 (1), 2015
462015
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