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Perceived exposure to and avoidance of hate speech in various communication settings
M Barnidge, B Kim, LA Sherrill, Ž Luknar, J Zhang
Telematics and informatics 44, 101263, 2019
542019
The “Serial Effect” and the True Crime Podcast Ecosystem
LA Sherrill
Journalism Practice 16 (7), 1473-1494, 2022
462022
Field and ecology approaches to journalism innovation: The role of ancillary organizations
W Lowrey, L Sherrill, R Broussard
Journalism studies 20 (15), 2131-2149, 2019
412019
The influence of female lead characters in political TV shows: Links to political engagement
J Hoewe, LA Sherrill
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 63 (1), 59-76, 2019
322019
The effects of virtual reality news on learning about climate change
M Barnidge, LA Sherrill, B Kim, E Cooks, D Deavours, M Viehouser, ...
Mass Communication and Society 25 (1), 1-24, 2022
272022
Data journalism and black-boxed data sets
W Lowrey, R Broussard, LA Sherrill
Newspaper Research Journal 40 (1), 69-82, 2019
162019
Fields and ecologies: Meso-level spatial approaches and the study of journalistic change
W Lowrey, L Sherrill
Communication Theory 30 (3), 247-267, 2020
102020
Journalism’s backstage players: The development of journalism professional associations and their roles in a troubled field
L Sherrill, J Zhang, D Deavours, N Towery, Y Lyu, W Singleton, K Kuang, ...
Journal of Media Business Studies 19 (1), 53-71, 2022
62022
Using Moral Foundations to Assess Stereotypes: Americans’ Perceptions of Immigrants and Refugees
J Hoewe, E Panek, C Peacock, L Sherrill, S Wheeler
Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies 20 (4), 501-518, 2022
42022
“Suddenly, the podcast was sexy”: an ecological and social movement theory approach to true crime podcast phenomena
LA Sherrill
The University of Alabama, 2019
42019
Applying situational crisis communication theory to university needs: A case study of the 2015 University of Missouri crisis.
L Sherrill
Reputational challenges in sport: Theory and application, 71-86, 2018
32018
Attention Centrality and Audience Fragmentation: An Approach for Bridging the Gap Between Selective Exposure and Audience Overlap
M Barnidge, T Diehl, LA Sherrill, J Zhang
Journal of Communication 71 (6), 898-921, 2021
12021
Beyond Entertainment: Podcasting and the Criminal Justice Reform “Niche”
LA Sherrill
True Crime in American Media, 14-31, 2023
2023
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