Stephanie Edgerly
Stephanie Edgerly
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YouTube, Twitter and the Occupy movement: Connecting content and circulation practices
K Thorson, K Driscoll, B Ekdale, S Edgerly, LG Thompson, A Schrock, ...
Information, Communication & Society 16 (3), 421-451, 2013
1902013
Red media, blue media, and purple media: News repertoires in the colorful media landscape
S Edgerly
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 59 (1), 1-21, 2015
712015
Directing the dialogue: The relationship between YouTube videos and the comments they spur
S Edgerly, EK Vraga, KE Dalrymple, T Macafee, TKF Fung
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 10 (3), 276-292, 2013
50*2013
Partisan evaluation of partisan information
AC Gunther, S Edgerly, H Akin, JA Broesch
Communication Research 39 (4), 439-457, 2012
482012
New media, new relationship to participation? A closer look at youth news repertoires and political participation
S Edgerly, EK Vraga, L Bode, K Thorson, E Thorson
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 95 (1), 192-212, 2018
472018
When we stop talking politics: The maintenance and closing of conversation in contentious times
C Wells, KJ Cramer, MW Wagner, G Alvarez, LA Friedland, DV Shah, ...
Journal of Communication 67 (1), 131-157, 2017
472017
The correspondent, the comic, and the combatant: The consequences of host style in political talk shows
EK Vraga, S Edgerly, L Bode, DJ Carr, M Bard, CN Johnson, YM Kim, ...
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 89 (1), 5-22, 2012
432012
Posting about politics: Media as resources for political expression on Facebook
S Edgerly, K Thorson, L Bighash, M Hannah
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 13 (2), 108-125, 2016
352016
Who taught me that? Repurposed news, blog structure, and source identification
EK Vraga, S Edgerly, BM Wang, DV Shah
Journal of Communication 61 (5), 795-815, 2011
302011
Rethinking the generational gap in online news use: An infrastructural perspective
H Taneja, AX Wu, S Edgerly
New Media & Society 20 (5), 1792-1812, 2018
292018
Do parents still model news consumption? Socializing news use among adolescents in a multi-device world
S Edgerly, K Thorson, E Thorson, EK Vraga, L Bode
new media & society 20 (4), 1263-1281, 2018
272018
Seeking out and avoiding the news media: Young adults’ proposed strategies for obtaining current events information
S Edgerly
Mass Communication and Society 20 (3), 358-377, 2017
272017
Political inequalities start at home: Parents, children, and the socialization of civic infrastructure online
K Thorson, Y Xu, S Edgerly
Political Communication 35 (2), 178-195, 2018
232018
Ambivalence reduction and polarization in the campaign information environment: The interaction between individual-and contextual-level influences
YM Kim, M Wang, MR Gotlieb, I Gabay, S Edgerly
Communication Research 40 (3), 388-416, 2013
222013
Climate and Sustainability| Seeking Visibility in a Big Tent: Digital Communication and the People’s Climate March
K Thorson, S Edgerly, N Kligler-Vilenchik, Y Xu, L Wang
International Journal of Communication 10, 23, 2016
212016
Hearing and talking to the other side: Antecedents of cross-cutting exposure in adolescents
P Borah, S Edgerly, EK Vraga, DV Shah
Mass Communication and Society 16 (3), 391-416, 2013
162013
Young citizens, social media, and the dynamics of political learning in the US presidential primary election
S Edgerly, K Thorson, C Wells
American Behavioral Scientist 62 (8), 1042-1060, 2018
152018
Making sense and drawing lines: Young adults and the mixing of news and entertainment
S Edgerly
Journalism Studies 18 (8), 1052-1069, 2017
152017
Campaigns go social: Are Facebook, YouTube and Twitter changing elections?
SL Edgerly, L Bode, YM Kim, DV Shah
New directions in media and politics, 82-99, 2012
152012
News, entertainment, or both? Exploring audience perceptions of media genre in a hybrid media environment
S Edgerly, EK Vraga
Journalism 20 (6), 807-826, 2019
142019
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