Amber Hinsley
Amber Hinsley
Assistant Professor of Journalism, Texas State University
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Who interacts on the Web?: The intersection of users’ personality and social media use
T Correa, AW Hinsley, HG De Zuniga
Computers in human behavior 26 (2), 247-253, 2010
Optimistic bias and preventive behavioral engagement in the context of COVID-19
T Park, I Ju, JE Ohs, A Hinsley
Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy 17 (1), 1859-1866, 2021
The press versus the public: What is “good journalism?”
H Gil de Zúñiga, A Hinsley
Journalism studies 14 (6), 926-942, 2013
Personality and social media use
T Correa, I Bachmann, AW Hinsley, HG De Zúñiga
Organizations and social networking: Utilizing social media to engage …, 2013
The Press Versus the Public: What Is ‘Good Journalism?’
HG Zúñiga, A Hinsley
Journalism Studies 14 (6), 926-942, 2013
Interpersonal communication influence on health-protective behaviors amid the COVID-19 crisis
I Ju, J Ohs, T Park, A Hinsley
Health communication, 1-12, 2021
Developing new organizational identity: Merger of St. Louis public radio and the St. Louis Beacon
A Hinsley
Journal of Radio & Audio Media 24 (1), 144-160, 2017
At the crossroads of crisis: Newspaper journalists' struggle to redefine themselves and their work as their organizations and the profession change
AW Hinsley
The University of Texas at Austin, 2010
The future of News
M Mc Combs, AW Hinsley, K Kaufhold, SC Lewis
An Agenda of Perspectives. San Diego, EEUU: Cognella, 2010
The future of news: An agenda of perspectives
K Kaufhold, SC Lewis, AW Hinsley, SC Lewis
Cognella, 2012
The new “normal at news organizations: Journalists’ evolving job roles
A Hinsley, A Schmitz Weiss
The future of news: An agenda of perspectives, 113-126, 2011
Examining the Theory of Motivated Information Management (TMIM) in the COVID-19 Pandemic
I Ju, J Ohs, T Park, A Hinsley
Journal of Health Communication, 1-17, 2022
EPH35 Information Seeking and Preventive Behavior during the COVID-19 Pandemic
T Park, I Ju, J Ohs, A Hinsley, J Muzumdar
Value in Health 25 (7), S441, 2022
Credibility in the time of COVID-19: Cues that audiences look for when assessing information on social media and building confidence in identifying ‘fake news’ about the virus
A Hinsley, I Ju, T Park, J Ohs
Open Information Science 6 (1), 61-73, 2022
Fake News Cues: Examining the Impact of Content, Source, and Typology of News Cues on People’s Confidence in Identifying Mis-and Disinformation
A Hinsley, A Holton
International Journal of Communication 15, 20, 2021
Harnessing an Integrated Health Communication (IHC) Framework for Campaigns: A Case of Prescription Drug Decision Making
I Ju, J Ohs, T Park, A Hinsley
Health Communication, 1-12, 2021
Cued up: How audience demographics influence reliance on news cues, confirmation bias and confidence in identifying misinformation
A Hinsley
The language of online news: How science and health reporting in English …, 2021
Tweeting in the midst of disaster: A comparative case study of journalists’ practices following four crises
A Hinsley, H Lee
Newspaper Research Journal 41 (3), 297-316, 2020
The Routledge Companion to Labor and Media edited by Richard Maxwell: New York, Routledge, 2016, 396 pp., $210 (hardback), ISBN: 978-0-415-83744-6
A Hinsley
International Journal on Media Management 18 (2), 137-138, 2016
Book review: Chris Peters and Marcel Broersma Rethinking journalism: Trust and participation in a transformed news landscape
A Hinsley
Journalism 15 (6), 809-811, 2014
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