Seungahn Nah
Seungahn Nah
Professor of Political Communication, Journalism, & ICT, University of Oregon
Adresse e-mail validée de uoregon.edu
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Campaign ads, online messaging, and participation: Extending the communication mediation model
DV Shah, J Cho, S Nah, MR Gotlieb, H Hwang, NJ Lee, RM Scholl, ...
Journal of communication 57 (4), 676-703, 2007
3862007
Modeling the adoption and use of social media by nonprofit organizations
S Nah, GD Saxton
New media & society 15 (2), 294-313, 2013
3782013
The Internet and anti-war activism: A case study of information, expression, and action
S Nah, AS Veenstra, DV Shah
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 12 (1), 230-247, 2006
1352006
Applying a cognitive-processing model to presidential debate effects: Postdebate news analysis and primed reflection
H Hwang, MR Gotlieb, S Nah, DM McLeod
Journal of Communication 57 (1), 40-59, 2007
1072007
The effects of interactive news presentation on perceived user satisfaction of online community newspapers
DS Chung, S Nah
Journal of computer-mediated communication 14 (4), 855-874, 2009
1052009
When citizens meet both professional and citizen journalists: Social trust, media credibility, and perceived journalistic roles among online community news readers
S Nah, DS Chung
Journalism 13 (6), 714-730, 2012
842012
Modeling the adoption and use of citizen journalism by online newspapers
S Nah, M Yamamoto, DS Chung, R Zuercher
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 92 (2), 399-420, 2015
412015
Rating citizen journalists versus pros: Editors' views
S Nah, D Chung
Newspaper Research Journal 30 (2), 71-83, 2009
392009
Structural pluralism in journalism and media studies: A concept explication and theory construction
S Nah, CL Armstrong
Mass Communication and Society 14 (6), 857-878, 2011
352011
“Split screens” and “spin rooms”: Debate modality, post-debate coverage, and the new videomalaise
J Cho, DV Shah, S Nah, D Brossard
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 53 (2), 242-261, 2009
342009
Media credibility and journalistic role conceptions: Views on citizen and professional journalists among citizen contributors
DS Chung, S Nah
Journal of Mass Media Ethics 28 (4), 271-288, 2013
332013
Long ago and far away: How US newspapers construct racial oppression
H Shah, S Nah
Journalism 5 (3), 259-278, 2004
242004
Communication, reasoning, and planned behaviors: unveiling the effect of interactive communication in an anti-smoking social media campaign
K Namkoong, S Nah, RA Record, SK Van Stee
Health communication 32 (1), 41-50, 2017
222017
A study of US online community journalists and their organizational characteristics and story generation routines
S Carpenter, S Nah, D Chung
Journalism 16 (4), 505-520, 2015
222015
Media publicity and civil society: Nonprofit organizations, local newspapers and the Internet in a Midwestern community
S Nah
Mass Communication and Society 13 (1), 3-29, 2009
212009
Patch. com: The challenge of connective community journalism in the digital sphere
B St. John III, K Johnson, S Nah
Journalism Practice 8 (2), 197-212, 2014
192014
Virtually networked housing movement: Hyperlink network structure of housing social movement organizations
J Kropczynski, S Nah
New Media & Society 13 (5), 689-703, 2011
192011
Citizen reporters
S Nah
Encyclopedia of American Journalism. New York: Routledge, 100-103, 2008
172008
Negotiating journalistic professionalism: A case study of OhmyNews in a participatory media climate
DS Chung, S Nah
Journalism Practice 8 (4), 390-406, 2014
162014
A theoretical and analytical framework toward networked communities: A case of the electronic community information commons
S Nah
Javnost-The Public 17 (1), 23-36, 2010
162010
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