Michael P. Boyle
Michael P. Boyle
E-mail megerősítve itt: wcupa.edu
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Media, terrorism, and emotionality: Emotional differences in media content and public reactions to the September 11th terrorist attacks
J Cho, MP Boyle, H Keum, MD Shevy, DM McLeod, DV Shah, Z Pan
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 47 (3), 309-327, 2003
Adherence to the protest paradigm: The influence of protest goals and tactics on news coverage in US and international newspapers
MP Boyle, DM McLeod, CL Armstrong
The International Journal of Press/Politics 17 (2), 127-144, 2012
Information seeking and emotional reactions to the September 11 terrorist attacks
MP Boyle, M Schmierbach, CL Armstrong, DM McLeod, DV Shah, Z Pan
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 81 (1), 155-167, 2004
Media use and protest: The role of mainstream and alternative media use in predicting traditional and protest participation
MP Boyle, M Schmierbach
Communication Quarterly 57 (1), 1-17, 2009
The influence of level of deviance and protest type on coverage of social protest in Wisconsin from 1960 to 1999
MP Boyle, MR McCluskey, N Devanathan, SE Stein, D McLeod
Mass Communication & Society 7 (1), 43-60, 2004
Newspapers and protest: An examination of protest coverage from 1960 to 1999
MP Boyle, MR McCluskey, DM McLeod, SE Stein
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 82 (3), 638-653, 2005
Expressive responses to news stories about extremist groups: A framing experiment
MP Boyle, M Schmierbach, CL Armstrong, J Cho, M McCluskey, ...
Journal of communication 56 (2), 271-288, 2006
Understanding person perceptions: Comparing four common statistical approaches to third-person research
M Schmierbach, MP Boyle, DM McLeod
Mass Communication and Society 11 (4), 492-513, 2008
Community structure and social protest: Influences on newspaper coverage
M McCluskey, SE Stein, MP Boyle, DM McLeod
Mass Communication and Society 12 (3), 353-371, 2009
Applied communication research methods: Getting started as a researcher
MP Boyle, M Schmierbach
Routledge, 2019
Exploring third-person differences between gamers and nongamers
M Schmierbach, MP Boyle, Q Xu, DM McLeod
Journal of Communication 61 (2), 307-327, 2011
The role of ego enhancement and perceived message exposure in third-person judgments concerning violent video games
MP Boyle, DM McLeod, H Rojas
American Behavioral Scientist 52 (2), 165-185, 2008
Measuring level of deviance: Considering the distinct influence of goals and tactics on news treatment of abortion protests
MP Boyle, CL Armstrong
Atlantic Journal of Communication 17 (4), 166-183, 2009
Views from the margins: News coverage of women in abortion protests, 1960–2006
CL Armstrong, MP Boyle
Mass Communication and Society 14 (2), 153-177, 2011
Civic attachment in the aftermath of September 11
M Schmierbach, MP Boyle, DM McLeod
Mass Communication & Society 8 (4), 323-346, 2005
Defining volunteering for community campaigns: An exploration of race, self perceptions, and campaign practices
MP Boyle, JK Sawyer
Journal of Community Practice 18 (1), 40-57, 2010
Specifi city, Complexity, and Validity: Rescuing Experimental Research on Framing Effects
DV Shah, MP Boyle, M Schmierbach
Doing News Framing Analysis, 231-248, 2010
Preexisting factors or media effect? understanding the third-person perception
MP Boyle, M Schmierbach, DM McLeod
Atlantic Journal of Communication 21 (4), 230-246, 2013
The role of exemplification in shaping third-person perceptions and support for restrictions on video games
M Schmierbach, Q Xu, MP Boyle
Mass Communication and Society 15 (5), 672-694, 2012
A global trend: How news coverage of protests reinforces gender stereotypes
CL Armstrong, MP Boyle, DM McLeod
Journalism Studies 13 (4), 633-648, 2012
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