Itai Himelboim
Itai Himelboim
Department of Advertising and Public Relations, Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication
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TitleCited byYear
Birds of a feather tweet together: Integrating network and content analyses to examine cross-ideology exposure on Twitter
I Himelboim, S McCreery, M Smith
Journal of computer-mediated communication 18 (2), 154-174, 2013
Mapping Twitter topic networks: From polarized crowds to community clusters
MA Smith, L Rainie, B Shneiderman, I Himelboim
Pew Research Center 20, 1-56, 2014
Discussion catalysts in online political discussions: Content importers and conversation starters
I Himelboim, E Gleave, M Smith
Journal of computer-mediated communication 14 (4), 771-789, 2009
Twitter as a source of vaccination information: content drivers and what they are saying
B Love, I Himelboim, A Holton, K Stewart
American journal of infection control 41 (6), 568-570, 2013
Cancer talk on twitter: community structure and information sources in breast and prostate cancer social networks
I Himelboim, JY Han
Journal of health communication 19 (2), 210-225, 2014
Social media and online political communication: The role of interpersonal informational trust and openness
I Himelboim, RW Lariscy, SF Tinkham, KD Sweetser
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 56 (1), 92-115, 2012
Civil society and online political discourse: The network structure of unrestricted discussions
I Himelboim
Communication Research 38 (5), 634-659, 2011
Open global networks, closed international flows: World system and political economy of hyperlinks in cyberspace
TK Chang, I Himelboim, D Dong
International Communication Gazette 71 (3), 137-159, 2009
Tweeting apart: Applying network analysis to detect selective exposure clusters in Twitter
I Himelboim, M Smith, B Shneiderman
Communication methods and measures 7 (3-4), 195-223, 2013
A social networks approach to public relations on Twitter: Social mediators and mediated public relations
I Himelboim, GJ Golan, BB Moon, RJ Suto
Journal of Public Relations Research 26 (4), 359-379, 2014
Media perception of freedom of the press: A comparative international analysis of 242 codes of ethics
I Himelboim, Y Limor
Journalism 9 (3), 235-265, 2008
Classifying Twitter topic-networks using social network analysis
I Himelboim, MA Smith, L Rainie, B Shneiderman, C Espina
Social Media+ Society 3 (1), 2056305117691545, 2017
Just a guy in pajamas? Framing the blogs in mainstream US newspaper coverage (1999—2005)
J Jones, I Himelboim
New Media & Society 12 (2), 271-288, 2010
Valence-based homophily on Twitter: Network analysis of emotions and political talk in the 2012 presidential election
I Himelboim, KD Sweetser, SF Tinkham, K Cameron, M Danelo, K West
New media & society 18 (7), 1382-1400, 2016
Reply distribution in online discussions: A comparative network analysis of political and health newsgroups
I Himelboim
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 14 (1), 156-177, 2008
New technology, old practices: Examining news websites from a professional perspective
I Himelboim, S McCreery
Convergence 18 (4), 427-444, 2012
Journalism and moonlighting: An international comparison of 242 codes of ethics
Y Limor, I Himelboim
Journal of mass media ethics 21 (4), 265-285, 2006
The international network structure of news media: An analysis of hyperlinks usage in news web sites
I Himelboim
Journal of broadcasting & electronic media 54 (3), 373-390, 2010
International network of foreign news coverage: Old global hierarchies in a new online world
I Himelboim, TK Chang, S McCreery
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 87 (2), 297-314, 2010
Media institutions, news organizations, and the journalistic social role worldwide: A cross-national and cross-organizational study of codes of ethics
I Himelboim, Y Limor
Mass Communication and Society 14 (1), 71-92, 2010
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