Hernando Rojas
TitleCited byYear
Weblogs, traditional sources online and political participation: an assessment of how the internet is changing the political environment.”
H Gil De Zuniga, E Puig-I-Abril, H Rojas
New Media & Society 11, 553-574, 2009
463*2009
For the good of others: Censorship and the third-person effect
H Rojas, DV Shah, RJ Faber
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 8 (2), 163-186, 1996
3301996
Mobilizers mobilized: Information, expression, mobilization and participation in the digital age
H Rojas, E Puig-i-Abril
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 14 (4), 902-927, 2009
2902009
Beyond access: The digital divide and Internet uses and gratifications
J Cho, HG De Zuniga, H Rojas, DV Shah
IT & Society 1 (4), 46-72, 2003
2352003
“Corrective” Actions in the Public Sphere: How Perceptions of Media and Media Effects Shape Political Behaviors
H Rojas
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 22 (3), 343-363, 2010
1762010
The networked public sphere
LA Friedland, T Hove, H Rojas
JavnostThe Public 13 (4), 5-26, 2006
1612006
Strategy versus understanding: How orientations toward political conversation influence political engagement
H Rojas
Communication Research 35 (4), 452-480, 2008
982008
Media dialogue: Perceiving and addressing community problems
H Rojas, DV Shah, J Cho, M Schmierbach, H Keum, H Gil-De-Zu˝iga
Mass Communication & Society 8 (2), 93-110, 2005
932005
International TV news, foreign affairs interest and public knowledge: A comparative study of foreign news coverage and public opinion in 11 countries
T Aalberg, S Papathanassopoulos, S Soroka, J Curran, K Hayashi, ...
Journalism Studies 14 (3), 387-406, 2013
822013
A Communicative Approach to Social Capital
H Rojas, DV Shah, LA Friedland
Journal of Communication 61 (4), 689-712, 2011
802011
Sources in the news: A comparative study
R Tiffen, PK Jones, D Rowe, T Aalberg, S Coen, J Curran, K Hayashi, ...
Journalism Studies 15 (4), 374-391, 2014
702014
Online threat, but television is still dominant: A comparative study of 11 nations’ news consumption
S Papathanassopoulos, S Coen, J Curran, T Aalberg, D Rowe, P Jones, ...
Journalism Practice 7 (6), 690-704, 2013
692013
Hostile media perceptions, presumed media influence, and political talk: Expanding the corrective action hypothesis
M Barnidge, H Rojas
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 26 (2), 135-156, 2014
662014
Communication, Participation and Democracy
H Rojas
universitas humanÝstica, 109-142, 2006
652006
Personifying the radical: How news framing polarizes security concerns and tolerance judgments
H Keum, ED Hillback, H Rojas, HG De Zuniga, DV Shah, DM Mcleod
Human communication research 31 (3), 337-364, 2005
602005
Media and civic participation: On understanding and misunderstanding communication effects
DV Shah, H Rojas, J Cho
Media Effects, 223-243, 2009
592009
Reconsidering ‘virtuous circle’and ‘media malaise’theories of the media: An 11-nation study
J Curran, S Coen, S Soroka, T Aalberg, K Hayashi, Z Hichy, S Iyengar, ...
Journalism 15 (7), 815-833, 2014
572014
Exemplifying a dispositional approach to cross-cultural spiral of silence research: Fear of social isolation and the inclination to self-censor
J Matthes, AF Hayes, H Rojas, F Shen, SJ Min, IB Dylko
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 24 (3), 287-305, 2012
532012
Examining the effects of public journalism on civil society from 1994 to 2002: Organizational factors, project features, story frames, and citizen engagement
SL Nichols, LA Friedland, H Rojas, J Cho, DV Shah
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 83 (1), 77-100, 2006
502006
Revising the communication mediation model for a new political communication ecology
DV Shah, DM McLeod, H Rojas, J Cho, MW Wagner, LA Friedland
Human Communication Research 43 (4), 491-504, 2017
462017
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