Avery Holton
Avery Holton
Associate Professor - The University of Utah
Verified email at utexas.edu - Homepage
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Normalizing Twitter: Journalism practice in an emerging communication space
DL Lasorsa, SC Lewis, AE Holton
Journalism studies 13 (1), 19-36, 2012
9582012
Reciprocal journalism: A concept of mutual exchange between journalists and audiences
SC Lewis, AE Holton, M Coddington
Journalism Practice 8 (2), 229-241, 2014
2742014
The links that bind: Uncovering novel motivations for linking on Facebook
K Baek, A Holton, D Harp, C Yaschur
Computers in human behavior 27 (6), 2243-2248, 2011
2732011
Tweeting Conventions: Political journalists' use of Twitter to cover the 2012 presidential campaign
RG Lawrence, L Molyneux, M Coddington, A Holton
Journalism Studies 15 (6), 789-806, 2014
1382014
Journalists, social media, and the use of humor on Twitter
AE Holton, SC Lewis
Electronic Journal of Communication 21 (1/2), 1-22, 2011
1382011
The blame frame: Media attribution of culpability about the MMR–autism vaccination scare
A Holton, B Weberling, CE Clarke, MJ Smith
Health communication 27 (7), 690-701, 2012
1282012
News and the overloaded consumer: Factors influencing information overload among news consumers
AE Holton, HI Chyi
Cyberpsychology, behavior, and social networking 15 (11), 619-624, 2012
1232012
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
1222013
Branding (health) journalism: Perceptions, practices, and emerging norms
L Molyneux, A Holton
Digital journalism 3 (2), 225-242, 2015
1042015
Seeking and sharing: Motivations for linking on Twitter
AE Holton, K Baek, M Coddington, C Yaschur
Communication Research Reports 31 (1), 33-40, 2014
962014
Whose news? Whose values? Citizen journalism and journalistic values through the lens of content creators and consumers
AE Holton, M Coddington, H Gil de Z˙˝iga
Journalism Practice 7 (6), 720-737, 2013
922013
eHealth and health literacy: a research methodology review
M Mackert, SE Champlin, A Holton, II Mu˝oz, MJ Damßsio
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 19 (3), 516-528, 2014
852014
Identity lost? The personal impact of brand journalism
AE Holton, L Molyneux
Journalism 18 (2), 195-210, 2017
822017
The new geography of journalism research: Levels and spaces
SD Reese
Digital Journalism 4 (7), 816-826, 2016
792016
When the gates swing open: Examining network gatekeeping in a social media setting
M Coddington, AE Holton
Mass Communication and Society 17 (2), 236-257, 2014
782014
Freelance journalists as a flexible workforce in media industries
M Edstrom, M Ladendorf
Journalism Practice 6 (5-6), 711-721, 2012
76*2012
# Stupidcancer: exploring a typology of social support and the role of emotional expression in a social media community
JG Myrick, AE Holton, I Himelboim, B Love
Health communication 31 (5), 596-605, 2016
752016
How journalists engage in branding on Twitter: Individual, organizational, and institutional levels
L Molyneux, A Holton, SC Lewis
Information, Communication & Society 21 (10), 1386-1401, 2018
722018
Commenting on health: A framing analysis of user comments in response to health articles online
A Holton, N Lee, R Coleman
Journal of health communication 19 (7), 825-837, 2014
722014
Reciprocity and the news: The role of personal and social media reciprocity in news creation and consumption
AE Holton, M Coddington, SC Lewis, HG De Zuniga
International Journal of Communication 9, 22, 2015
702015
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