Nojin Kwak
Nojin Kwak
Professor of Communication and Media, University of Michigan
Verified email at umich.edu
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" Connecting" and" disconnecting" with civic life: Patterns of Internet use and the production of social capital
D V. Shah, Nojin Kwak, R. Lance Holbert
Political communication 18 (2), 141-162, 2001
14362001
Information and expression in a digital age: Modeling Internet effects on civic participation
DV Shah, J Cho, WP Eveland Jr, N Kwak
Communication research 32 (5), 531-565, 2005
12422005
A comparison between mail and web surveys: Response pattern, respondent profile, and data quality
N Kwak, B Radler
Journal of official statistics 18 (2), 257, 2002
4652002
Revisiting the knowledge gap hypothesis: Education, motivation, and media use
N Kwak
Communication Research 26 (4), 385-413, 1999
3611999
Assessing causality in the cognitive mediation model: A panel study of motivations, information processing, and learning during campaign 2000
WP Eveland Jr, DV Shah, N Kwak
Communication Research 30 (4), 359-386, 2003
3442003
Talking politics and engaging politics: An examination of the interactive relationships between structural features of political talk and discussion engagement
N Kwak, AE Williams, X Wang, H Lee
Communication Research 32 (1), 87-111, 2005
2982005
Talking politics and engaging politics: An examination of the interactive relationships between structural features of political talk and discussion engagement
N Kwak, AE Williams, X Wang, H Lee
Communication Research 32 (1), 87-111, 2005
2982005
Understanding the relationship between communication and political knowledge: A model comparison approach using panel data
WP Eveland Jr, AF Hayes, DV Shah, N Kwak
Political Communication 22 (4), 423-446, 2005
2912005
Mobile communication and civic life: Linking patterns of use to civic and political engagement
SW Campbell, N Kwak
Journal of communication 60 (3), 536-555, 2010
2852010
Environmental concern, patterns of television viewing, and pro-environmental behaviors: Integrating models of media consumption and effects
RL Holbert, N Kwak, DV Shah
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 47 (2), 177-196, 2003
2652003
A multilevel approach to civic participation: Individual length of residence, neighborhood residential stability, and their interactive effects with media use
N Kang, N Kwak
Communication Research 30 (1), 80-106, 2003
2302003
Connecting, trusting, and participating: The direct and interactive effects of social associations
N Kwak, DV Shah, RL Holbert
Political Research Quarterly 57 (4), 643-652, 2004
2262004
The interplay of news frames on cognitive complexity
DV Shah, N Kwak, M Schmierbach, J Zubric
Human Communication Research 30 (1), 102-120, 2004
2232004
Political involvement in “mobilized” society: The interactive relationships among mobile communication, network characteristics, and political participation
SW Campbell, N Kwak
Journal of Communication 61 (6), 1005-1024, 2011
1672011
Fear, authority, and justice: Crime-related TV viewing and endorsements of capital punishment and gun ownership
RL Holbert, DV Shah, N Kwak
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 81 (2), 343-363, 2004
1512004
Political implications of prime‐time drama and sitcom use: Genres of representation and opinions concerning women's rights
RL Holbert, DV Shah, N Kwak
Journal of Communication 53 (1), 45-60, 2003
1362003
Mobile communication and civil society: Linking patterns and places of use to engagement with others in public
SW Campbell, N Kwak
Human Communication Research 37 (2), 207-222, 2011
1222011
Nontraditional news negativity: The relationship of entertaining political news use to political cynicism and mistrust
L Guggenheim, N Kwak, SW Campbell
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 23 (3), 287-314, 2011
902011
Mobile communication and social capital: An analysis of geographically differentiated usage patterns
SW Campbell, N Kwak
New Media & Society 12 (3), 435-451, 2010
852010
Affect, cognition and reward: Predictors of privacy protection online
YJ Park, SW Campbell, N Kwak
Computers in Human Behavior 28 (3), 1019-1027, 2012
792012
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