David Tewksbury
David Tewksbury
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Framing, agenda setting, and priming: The evolution of three media effects models
DA Scheufele, D Tewksbury
Journal of communication 57 (1), 9-20, 2007
35662007
Switching trains of thought: The impact of news frames on readers' cognitive responses
V Price, D Tewksbury, E Powers
Communication research 24 (5), 481-506, 1997
12701997
News values and public opinion: A theoretical account of media priming and framing
V Price, D Tewksbury
Progress in communication sciences, 173-212, 1997
11491997
Patterns of Internet and traditional news media use in a networked community
SL Althaus, D Tewksbury
Political communication 17 (1), 21-45, 2000
6412000
Agenda setting and the “new” news: Patterns of issue importance among readers of the paper and online versions of the New York Times
SL Althaus, D Tewksbury
Communication Research 29 (2), 180-207, 2002
5682002
News framing theory and research
D Tewksbury, DA Scheufele
Media effects, 33-49, 2009
4382009
What do Americans really want to know? Tracking the behavior of news readers on the Internet
D Tewksbury
Journal of communication 53 (4), 694-710, 2003
4372003
Differences in knowledge acquisition among readers of the paper and online versions of a national newspaper
D Tewksbury, SL Althaus
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 77 (3), 457-479, 2000
4182000
Hostile news: Partisan use and perceptions of cable news programming
K Coe, D Tewksbury, BJ Bond, KL Drogos, RW Porter, A Yahn, Y Zhang
Journal of communication 58 (2), 201-219, 2008
3172008
The interaction of news and advocate frames: Manipulating audience perceptions of a local public policy issue
D Tewksbury, J Jones, MW Peske, A Raymond, W Vig
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 77 (4), 804-829, 2000
3162000
The seeds of audience fragmentation: Specialization in the use of online news sites
D Tewksbury
Journal of broadcasting & electronic media 49 (3), 332-348, 2005
3142005
Accidentally informed: Incidental news exposure on the World Wide Web
D Tewksbury, AJ Weaver, BD Maddex
Journalism & mass communication quarterly 78 (3), 533-554, 2001
2862001
News on the Internet: Information and Citizenship in the 21st Century
D Tewksbury, J Rittenberg
Oxford University Press, 2012
2152012
Third-person effects on publication of a Holocaust-denial advertisement
V Price, D Tewksbury, LN Huang
Journal of Communication 48 (2), 3-26, 1998
1681998
Third-person effects of news coverage: Orientations toward media
V Price, LN Huang, D Tewksbury
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 74 (3), 525-540, 1997
1461997
Measuring the third-person effect of news: The impact of question order, contrast and knowledge
V Price, D Tewksbury
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 8 (2), 120-141, 1996
1451996
Preparations for Y2K: Revisiting the behavioral component of the third-person effect
D Tewksbury, P Moy, DS Weis
Journal of Communication 54 (1), 138-155, 2004
1172004
Exposure to the newer media in a presidential primary campaign
D Tewksbury
Political Communication 23 (3), 313-332, 2006
1082006
The efficacy of news browsing: The relationship of news consumption style to social and political efficacy
D Tewksbury, ML Hals, A Bibart
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 85 (2), 257-272, 2008
892008
An examination of motivations for using the World Wide Web
D Tewksbury, SL Althaus
Communication Research Reports 17 (2), 127-138, 2000
702000
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