Matthew Barnidge
Matthew Barnidge
Assistant Professor, Department of Journalism & Creative Media, University of Alabama
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Cynics and skeptics: Evaluating the credibility of mainstream and citizen journalism
DJ Carr, M Barnidge, BG Lee, SJ Tsang
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 91 (3), 452-470, 2014
1202014
Hostile media perceptions, presumed media influence, and political talk: Expanding the corrective action hypothesis
M Barnidge, H Rojas
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 26 (2), 135-156, 2014
992014
Social media social capital, offline social capital, and citizenship: Exploring asymmetrical social capital effects
HG de Zúñiga, M Barnidge, A Scherman
Political Communication 34 (1), 44-68, 2017
772017
Exposure to political disagreement in social media versus face-to-face and anonymous online settings
M Barnidge
Political Communication 34 (2), 302-321, 2017
76*2017
The role of news in promoting political disagreement on social media
M Barnidge
Computers in Human Behavior 52, 211-218, 2015
672015
The politics of “Unfriending”: User filtration in response to political disagreement on social media
JH Yang, M Barnidge, H Rojas
Computers in Human Behavior 70, 22-29, 2017
402017
Politically motivated selective exposure and perceived media bias
M Barnidge, AC Gunther, J Kim, Y Hong, M Perryman, SK Tay, S Knisely
Communication Research 47 (1), 82-103, 2020
272020
Egocentric publics and corrective action
H Rojas, M Barnidge, EP Abril
Communication and the Public 1 (1), 27-38, 2016
242016
Multi-platform news use and political participation across age groups: toward a valid metric of platform diversity and its effects
T Diehl, M Barnidge, H Gil de Zuniga
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 96 (2), 428-451, 2019
222019
Second screening and political persuasion on social media
M Barnidge, H Gil de Zúñiga, T Diehl
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 61 (2), 309-331, 2017
212017
Social Media as a Sphere for “Risky” Political Expression: A Twenty-Country Multilevel Comparative Analysis
M Barnidge, B Huber, G de Zúñiga, Homero, JH Liu
International Journal of Press/Politics 23 (2), 161 - 182, 2018
202018
Fostering public trust in science: The role of social media
B Huber, M Barnidge, H Gil de Zuniga, J Liu
Public Understanding of Science 28 (7), 759-777, 2019
172019
Political persuasion on social media: A moderated moderation model of political discussion disagreement and civil reasoning
H Gil de Zuniga, M Barnidge, T Diehl
The Information Society 34 (5), 302-315, 2018
142018
Communicative antecedents of political persuasion: Political discussion, citizen news creation, and the moderating role of strength of partisanship
A Ardèvol-Abreu, M Barnidge, HG de Zúñiga
Mass communication and society 20 (2), 169-191, 2017
132017
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
112019
Second screening for news and digital divides
M Barnidge, T Diehl, H Rojas
Social Science Computer Review, 1-18, 2018
102018
Citizenship and political participation in Colombia: How orientations toward citizenship associate with political and civic behaviors
M Barnidge, T Macafee, G Alvarez, H Rojas
International Journal of Communication 8, 20, 2014
92014
Content-expressive behavior and ideological extremity: An examination of the roles of emotional intelligence and information network heterogeneity
M Barnidge, A Ardèvol-Abreu, H Gil de Zúñiga
New Media & Society 20 (2), 815-834, 2018
82018
Perceptions of the media and the public and their effects on political participation in Colombia
M Barnidge, B Sayre, H Rojas
Mass Communication and Society 18 (3), 259-280, 2015
82015
A third wave of selective exposure research? The challenges posed by hyperpartisan news on social media
M Barnidge, C Peacock
Media and Communication 7 (3), 4-7, 2019
72019
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