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Shannon C. McGregor
Shannon C. McGregor
Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina
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What is second screening? Exploring motivations of second screen use and its effect on online political participation
H Gil de Zúñiga, V Garcia-Perdomo, SC McGregor
Journal of communication 65 (5), 793-815, 2015
2702015
Technology firms shape political communication: The work of Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter, and Google with campaigns during the 2016 US presidential cycle
D Kreiss, SC McGregor
Political Communication 35 (2), 155-177, 2018
2432018
In their own words: Political practitioner accounts of candidates, audiences, affordances, genres, and timing in strategic social media use
D Kreiss, RG Lawrence, SC McGregor
Political communication 35 (1), 8-31, 2018
1842018
Social media as public opinion: How journalists use social media to represent public opinion
SC McGregor
Journalism 20 (8), 1070-1086, 2019
1462019
Personalization, gender, and social media: Gubernatorial candidates’ social media strategies
SC McGregor, RG Lawrence, A Cardona
Information, communication & society 20 (2), 264-283, 2017
1412017
Twitter’s influence on news judgment: An experiment among journalists
SC McGregor, L Molyneux
Journalism 21 (5), 597-613, 2020
1032020
Personalization, social media, and voting: Effects of candidate self-personalization on vote intention
SC McGregor
new media & society, 1461444816686103, 2017
992017
Twitter as a tool for and object of political and electoral activity: Considering electoral context and variance among actors
SC McGregor, RR Mourão, L Molyneux
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 14 (2), 154-167, 2017
822017
The “arbiters of what our voters see”: Facebook and Google’s struggle with policy, process, and enforcement around political advertising
D Kreiss, SC McGregor
Political Communication 36 (4), 499-522, 2019
702019
Social media as a public space for politics: Cross-national comparison of news consumption and participatory behaviors in the United States and the United Kingdom
M Saldaña, SC McGregor, H Gil de Zúñiga
International journal of communication 9 (1), 3304-3326, 2015
672015
Talking politics on Twitter: Gender, elections, and social networks
SC McGregor, RR Mourão
Social media+ society 2 (3), 2056305116664218, 2016
662016
“Taking the temperature of the room” how political campaigns use social media to understand and represent public opinion
SC McGregor
Public Opinion Quarterly 84 (S1), 236-256, 2020
382020
(Re) claiming our expertise: Parsing large text corpora with manually validated and organic dictionaries
A Muddiman, SC McGregor, NJ Stroud
Political Communication 36 (2), 214-226, 2019
352019
Tackling misinformation: What researchers could do with social media data
IV Pasquetto, B Swire-Thompson, MA Amazeen, F Benevenuto, ...
The Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review, 2020
332020
Second screening Donald Trump: Conditional indirect effects on political participation
SC McGregor, RR Mourão
Journal of broadcasting & electronic media 61 (2), 264-290, 2017
322017
Solutions journalism and news engagement
A Curry, NJ Stroud, S McGregor
Engaging News Project/Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Life at the …, 2016
322016
Legitimating a platform: Evidence of journalists’ role in transferring authority to Twitter
L Molyneux, SC McGregor
Information, Communication & Society, 1-19, 2021
242021
You break it, you buy it: The naiveté of social engineering in tech–and how to fix it
R Tromble, SC McGregor
Political Communication 36 (2), 324-332, 2019
242019
Political identity ownership: Symbolic contests to represent members of the public
D Kreiss, RG Lawrence, SC McGregor
Social Media+ Society 6 (2), 2056305120926495, 2020
222020
Support for protests in Latin America: classifications and the role of online networking
RR Mourão, M Saldaña, SC McGregor, AD Zeh
Social Sciences 5 (4), 58, 2016
152016
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