Rachel Young
Rachel Young
School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Iowa
Verified email at uiowa.edu
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“Willing but Unwilling”: Attitudinal barriers to adoption of home-based health information technology among older adults
R Young, E Willis, G Cameron, M Geana
Health informatics journal 20 (2), 127-135, 2014
762014
Journalistic use of exemplars to humanize health news
A Hinnant, ME Len-Ríos, R Young
Journalism studies 14 (4), 539-554, 2013
742013
Social representation of cyberbullying and adolescent suicide: a mixed-method analysis of news stories
R Young, R Subramanian, S Miles, A Hinnant, JL Andsager
Health communication 32 (9), 1082-1092, 2017
672017
“Facts, Not Fear” Negotiating Uncertainty on Social Media During the 2014 Ebola Crisis
KE Dalrymple, R Young, M Tully
Science Communication 38 (4), 442-467, 2016
472016
School administrator perceptions of cyberbullying facilitators and barriers to preventive action: a qualitative study
R Young, M Tully, M Ramirez
Health Education & Behavior 44 (3), 476-484, 2017
442017
Affording to exchange: Social capital and online information sharing
A Maksl, R Young
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 16 (8), 588-592, 2013
372013
Romantic motivations for social media use, social comparison, and online aggression among adolescents
R Young, M Len-Ríos, H Young
Computers in Human Behavior 75, 385-395, 2017
342017
Individual and social determinants of obesity in strategic health messages: Interaction with political ideology
R Young, A Hinnant, G Leshner
Health communication 31 (7), 903-910, 2016
332016
Stigmatizing images in obesity health campaign messages and healthy behavioral intentions
R Young, R Subramanian, A Hinnant
Health Education & Behavior 43 (4), 412-419, 2016
302016
Obama as anti-American: Visual folklore in right-wing forwarded e-mails and construction of conservative social identity
M Duffy, JT Page, R Young
The Journal of American Folklore 125 (496), 177-203, 2012
302012
Source similarity and social media health messages: Extending construal level theory to message sources
R Young
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 18 (9), 547-551, 2015
192015
Effects of Vaccine-related Conspiracy Theories on Chinese Young Adults’ Perceptions of the HPV Vaccine: An Experimental Study
L Chen, Y Zhang, R Young, X Wu, G Zhu
Health Communication, 1-11, 2020
172020
User comments on climate stories: impacts of anecdotal vs. scientific evidence
A Hinnant, R Subramanian, R Young
Climatic Change 138 (3), 411-424, 2016
162016
Supportive communication from bystanders of cyberbullying: indirect effects and interactions between source and message characteristics
AC High, R Young
Journal of Applied Communication Research 46 (1), 28-51, 2018
152018
Localized health news releases and community newspapers: a method for rural health promotion
R Young, E Willis, J Stemmle, S Rodgers
Health promotion practice 16 (4), 492-500, 2015
152015
# Engagement: use of Twitter chats to construct nominal participatory spaces during health crises
R Young, M Tully, KE Dalrymple
Information, Communication & Society 21 (4), 499-515, 2018
122018
‘Nobody wants the parents involved’: Social norms in parent and adolescent responses to cyberbullying
R Young, M Tully
Journal of Youth Studies 22 (6), 856-872, 2019
102019
Attacks by Anons: A Content Analysis of Aggressive Posts, Victim Responses, and Bystander Interventions on a Social Media Site
R Young, S Miles, S Alhabash
Social Media+ Society 4 (1), 2056305118762444, 2018
102018
Contextualizing Nonprofits’ Use of Links on Twitter During the West African Ebola Virus Epidemic
M Tully, KE Dalrymple, R Young
Communication Studies 70 (3), 313-331, 2019
72019
Building the health news agenda in local newspapers: Lessons for health-care managers
R Young, S Alhabash, S Rodgers, J Stemmle
Journal of Management & Marketing in Healthcare 4 (3), 148-159, 2011
62011
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