Thomas J. Johnson
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Wag the blog: How reliance on traditional media and the Internet influence credibility perceptions of weblogs among blog users
TJ Johnson, BK Kaye
Journalism & mass communication quarterly 81 (3), 622-642, 2004
Cruising is believing?: Comparing Internet and traditional sources on media credibility measures
TJ Johnson, BK Kaye
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 75 (2), 325-340, 1998
Online and in the know: Uses and gratifications of the web for political information
BK Kaye, TJ Johnson
Journal of broadcasting & electronic media 46 (1), 54-71, 2002
The revolution will be networked: The influence of social networking sites on political attitudes and behavior
W Zhang, TJ Johnson, T Seltzer, SL Bichard
Social Science Computer Review 28 (1), 75-92, 2010
Using is believing: The influence of reliance on the credibility of online political information among politically interested Internet users
TJ Johnson, BK Kaye
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 77 (4), 865-879, 2000
Every blog has its day: Politically-interested Internet users’ perceptions of blog credibility
TJ Johnson, BK Kaye, SL Bichard, WJ Wong
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 13 (1), 100-122, 2007
Research methodology: Taming the cyber frontier: Techniques for improving online surveys
BK Kaye, TJ Johnson
Social Science Computer Review 17 (3), 323-337, 1999
Webelievability: A path model examining how convenience and reliance predict online credibility
TJ Johnson, BK Kaye
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 79 (3), 619-642, 2002
A boost or bust for democracy? How the web influenced political attitudes and behaviors in the 1996 and 2000 presidential elections
TJ Johnson, BK Kaye
Harvard international journal of Press/Politics 8 (3), 9-34, 2003
A Web for all reasons: uses and gratifications of Internet components for political information
BK Kaye, TJ Johnson
Telematics and informatics 21 (3), 197-223, 2004
In blog we trust? Deciphering credibility of components of the internet among politically interested internet users
TJ Johnson, BK Kaye
Computers in Human Behavior 25 (1), 175-182, 2009
The Arab spring| overthrowing the protest paradigm? How the New York Times, global voices and twitter covered the Egyptian revolution
S Harlow, TJ Johnson
International journal of Communication 5, 16, 2011
From here to obscurity?: Media substitution theory and traditional media in an on‐line world
BK Kaye, TJ Johnson
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 54 (3 …, 2003
Communication communities or “cyberghettos?”: A path analysis model examining factors that explain selective exposure to blogs
TJ Johnson, SL Bichard, W Zhang
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 15 (1), 60-82, 2009
Doing the traditional media sidestep: Comparing the effects of the Internet and other nontraditional media with traditional media in the 1996 presidential campaign
TJ Johnson, MAM Braima, J Sothirajah
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 76 (1), 99-123, 1999
Credibility of social network sites for political information among politically interested Internet users
TJ Johnson, BK Kaye
Journal of Computer-mediated communication 19 (4), 957-974, 2014
Demonstration of ignition radiation temperatures in indirect-drive inertial confinement fusion hohlraums
SH Glenzer, BJ MacGowan, NB Meezan, PA Adams, JB Alfonso, ET Alger, ...
Physical review letters 106 (8), 085004, 2011
Introduction: the Facebook election
TJ Johnson, DD Perlmutter
Mass Communication and Society 13 (5), 554-559, 2010
Around the World Wide Web in 80 ways: How motives for going online are linked to Internet activities among politically interested Internet users
TJ Johnson, BK Kaye
Social Science Computer Review 21 (3), 304-325, 2003
Choosing is believing? How Web gratifications and reliance affect Internet credibility among politically interested users
T Johnson, B Kaye
Atlantic Journal of Communication 18 (1), 1-21, 2010
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