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Lindita Camaj
Lindita Camaj
Associate Professor, University of Houston
Verified email at uh.edu
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The media’s role in fighting corruption: Media effects on governmental accountability
L Camaj
The International Journal of Press/Politics 18 (1), 21-42, 2013
2142013
Development communication: The state of research in an era of ICTs and globalization
CL Ogan, M Bashir, L Camaj, Y Luo, B Gaddie, R Pennington, S Rana, ...
International Communication Gazette 71 (8), 655-670, 2009
1292009
Need for orientation, selective exposure, and attribute agenda-setting effects
L Camaj
Mass Communication and Society 17 (5), 689-712, 2014
822014
Need for orientation and attribute agenda-setting during a US election campaign
L Camaj, DH Weaver
International Journal of Communication 7, 22, 2013
822013
Media framing through stages of a political discourse: International news agencies’ coverage of Kosovo’s status negotiations
L Camaj
International Communication Gazette 72 (7), 635-653, 2010
782010
Selective exposure and news media brands: Implicit and explicit attitudes as predictors of news choice
F Arendt, T Northup, L Camaj
Media Psychology 22 (3), 526-543, 2019
572019
Political deliberation on Facebook during electoral campaigns: Exploring the relevance of moderator’s technical role and political ideology
L Camaj, AD Santana
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 12 (4), 325-341, 2015
532015
Media use and political trust in an emerging democracy: Setting the institutional trust agenda in Kosovo
L Camaj
International Journal of Communication 8, 23, 2014
532014
From ‘window dressing’to ‘door openers’? Freedom of Information legislation, public demand, and state compliance in South East Europe
L Camaj
Government Information Quarterly 33 (2), 346-357, 2016
422016
The consequences of attribute agenda-setting effects for political trust, participation, and protest behavior
L Camaj
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 58 (4), 634-654, 2014
402014
Governments’ uses and misuses of freedom of information laws in emerging European democracies: FOI laws’ impact on news agenda-building in Albania, Kosovo, and Montenegro
L Camaj
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 93 (4), 923-945, 2016
232016
From selective exposure to selective information processing: A motivated reasoning approach
L Camaj
Media and communication 7 (3), 8-11, 2019
222019
Between a rock and a hard place: Consequences of media clientelism for journalist–politician power relationships in the Western Balkans
L Camaj
Global Media and Communication 12 (3), 229-246, 2016
212016
Blurring the boundaries between journalism and activism: A transparency agenda-building case study from Bulgaria
L Camaj
Journalism 19 (7), 994-1010, 2018
202018
Political Discourse on Facebook: A New Public Sphere?
L Camaj, SC Hong, G Lanosga, Y Luo
annual meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass …, 2009
202009
Motivational theories of agenda-setting effects: An information selection and processing model of attribute agenda-setting
L Camaj
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 31 (3), 441-462, 2019
192019
Real time political deliberation on social media: can televised debates lead to rational and civil discussions on broadcasters’ Facebook pages?
L Camaj
Information, Communication & Society 24 (13), 1907-1924, 2021
152021
The impact of public transparency infrastructure on data journalism: A comparative analysis between information-rich and information-poor Countries
L Camaj, J Martin, G Lanosga
Digital journalism, 1-20, 2022
122022
Political deliberation on Facebook: The role of moderator’s technical role and political ideology for online deliberation
L Camaj, AD Santana
Journal of Information, Technology & Politics 12 (4), 325-341, 2015
122015
Dual-screening the candidate image during presidential debates: The moderating role of Twitter and need to evaluate for the effects on candidate perceptions
L Camaj, T Northup
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 63 (1), 20-38, 2019
112019
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