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"Connecting" and "Disconnecting" With Civic Life: Patterns of Internet Use and the Production of Social Capital
This article explores the relationship between Internet use and the individual-level production of social capital. To do so, the authors adopt a motivational perspective to distinguish among types ofExpand
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Campaigns, Reflection, and Deliberation: Advancing an O-S-R-O-R Model of Communication Effects
Recent communication research concerning participatory politics has found that the effects of media, especially campaign ads, conventional news, and online political resources, are largely mediatedExpand
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Campaign Ads, Online Messaging, and Participation: Extending the Communication Mediation Model
We propose an O-S-R-O-R (orientations-stimuli-reasoning- orientations-responses) framework as an alternative to the longstanding O- S- O-R model in communication and social psychology. Expand
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A smartphone application to support recovery from alcoholism: a randomized clinical trial.
IMPORTANCE Patients leaving residential treatment for alcohol use disorders are not typically offered evidence-based continuing care, although research suggests that continuing care is associatedExpand
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The third person effect hypothesis, which states that individuals exposed to a mass media messaage will expect the communication to have a greater effect on others than on themselves, may help toExpand
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Civic Engagement, Interpersonal Trust, and Television Use: An Individual-Level Assessment of Social Capital
The mechanisms underlying the formation and sustenance of social capital on the individual level were explored with a structural model composed of the endogenous variables of civic engagement andExpand
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Information and Expression in a Digital Age
This article examines the role of the Internet as a source of political information and a sphere for public expression. Expand
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Political Consumerism: How Communication and Consumption Orientations Drive “Lifestyle Politics”
Historians and cultural theorists have long asserted that a desire to express political concerns often guides consumer behavior, yet such political consumerism has received limited attention fromExpand
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Processes of Political Socialization : A Communication Mediation Approach to Youth Civic Engagement
By analyzing data from a national panel survey of adolescents (ages 12-17) and their parents conducted around the 2008 general election, this study explores the varied roles communication plays inExpand
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The Impact of Individual and Interpersonal Factors on Perceived News Media Bias
A large percentage of the public believes that the news media are biased, and the majority of these individuals consider the direction of bias to be against their own viewpoints. Past research hasExpand
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