Myiah Hutchens
Myiah Hutchens
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Political discussion frequency, network size, and “heterogeneity” of discussion as predictors of political knowledge and participation
WP Eveland Jr, MH Hively
Journal of communication 59 (2), 205-224, 2009
Beyond deliberation: New directions for the study of informal political conversation from a communication perspective
WP Eveland Jr, AC Morey, MJ Hutchens
Journal of Communication 61 (6), 1082-1103, 2011
Facebook news and (de) polarization: Reinforcing spirals in the 2016 US election
MA Beam, MJ Hutchens, JD Hmielowski
Digital media, political polarization and challenges to democracy, 26-44, 2020
Living in an age of online incivility: Examining the conditional indirect effects of online discussion on political flaming
JD Hmielowski, MJ Hutchens, VJ Cicchirillo
Information, Communication & Society 17 (10), 1196-1211, 2014
The “who” matters: Types of interpersonal relationships and avoidance of political disagreement
AC Morey, WP Eveland Jr, MJ Hutchens
Political Communication 29 (1), 86-103, 2012
How could you think that?!?!: Understanding intentions to engage in political flaming
MJ Hutchens, VJ Cicchirillo, JD Hmielowski
New media & society 17 (8), 1201-1219, 2015
Contextual antecedents and political consequences of adolescent political discussion, discussion elaboration, and network diversity
MH Hively, WP Eveland Jr
Political Communication 26 (1), 30-47, 2009
Reinforcing spirals of political discussion and affective polarization
MJ Hutchens, JD Hmielowski, MA Beam
Communication Monographs 86 (3), 357-376, 2019
Context collapse and privacy management: Diversity in Facebook friends increases online news reading and sharing
MA Beam, JT Child, MJ Hutchens, JD Hmielowski
New media & society 20 (7), 2296-2314, 2018
Clicking vs. sharing: The relationship between online news behaviors and political knowledge
MA Beam, MJ Hutchens, JD Hmielowski
Computers in human behavior 59, 215-220, 2016
Exposure, attention, or “use” of news? Assessing aspects of the reliability and validity of a central concept in political communication research
WP Eveland Jr, MJ Hutchens, F Shen
Communication Methods and Measures 3 (4), 223-244, 2009
Political network size and its antecedents and consequences
WP Eveland Jr, MJ Hutchens, AC Morey
Political Communication 30 (3), 371-394, 2013
The role of conversation in developing accurate political perceptions: A multilevel social network approach
WP Eveland Jr, MJ Hutchens
Human Communication Research 39 (4), 422-444, 2013
Deliberative public engagement with science: An empirical investigation
LM PytlikZillig, MJ Hutchens, P Muhlberger, FJ Gonzalez, AJ Tomkins
Springer Nature, 2018
Extending the spiral of silence: Partisan media, perceived support, and sharing opinions online
MY Wang, JD Hmielowski, MJ Hutchens, MA Beam
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 14 (3), 248-262, 2017
Structural changes in media and attitude polarization: Examining the contributions of TV news before and after the Telecommunications Act of 1996
JD Hmielowski, MA Beam, MJ Hutchens
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 28 (2), 153-172, 2016
The mainstreaming of verbally aggressive online political behaviors
V Cicchirillo, J Hmielowski, M Hutchens
Cyberpsychology, behavior, and social networking 18 (5), 253-259, 2015
Asymmetry of partisan media effects?: Examining the reinforcing process of conservative and liberal media with political beliefs
JD Hmielowski, MJ Hutchens, MA Beam
Political Communication 37 (6), 852-868, 2020
Democratic digital inequalities: Threat and opportunity in online citizenship from motivation and ability
MA Beam, JD Hmielowski, MJ Hutchens
American Behavioral Scientist 62 (8), 1079-1096, 2018
Talking politics: The relationship between supportive and opposing discussion with partisan media credibility and use
JD Hmielowski, S Staggs, MJ Hutchens, MA Beam
Communication Research 49 (2), 221-244, 2022
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