Rachel R. Mourão
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The boys on the timeline: Political journalists’ use of Twitter for building interpretive communities
RR Mourão
Journalism 16 (8), 1107-1123, 2015
782015
Fake news as discursive integration: An analysis of sites that publish false, misleading, hyperpartisan and sensational information
RR Mourão, CT Robertson
Journalism Studies 20 (14), 2077-2095, 2019
652019
Political journalists’ normalization of Twitter: Interaction and new affordances
L Molyneux, RR Mourão
Journalism Studies 20 (2), 248-266, 2019
622019
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
612017
Talking politics on Twitter: Gender, elections, and social networks
SC McGregor, RR Mourão
Social media+ society 2 (3), 2056305116664218, 2016
552016
I Love Big Bird: How journalists tweeted humor during the 2012 presidential debates
R Mourão, T Diehl, K Vasudevan
Digital Journalism 4 (2), 211-228, 2016
322016
Media repertoires and news trust during the early Trump administration
RR Mourão, E Thorson, W Chen, SM Tham
Journalism Studies 19 (13), 1945-1956, 2018
302018
Second screening Donald Trump: Conditional indirect effects on political participation
SC McGregor, RR Mourão
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 61 (2), 264-290, 2017
272017
Reporting in Latin America: Issues and perspectives on investigative journalism in the region
M Saldaña, RR Mourão
The International Journal of Press/Politics 23 (3), 299-323, 2018
242018
When do audiences verify? How perceptions about message and source influence audience verification of news headlines
S Edgerly, RR Mourão, E Thorson, SM Tham
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 97 (1), 52-71, 2020
212020
Framing Ferguson: The interplay of advocacy and journalistic frames in local and national newspaper coverage of Michael Brown
RR Mourão, DK Kilgo, G Sylvie
Journalism 22 (2), 320-340, 2021
202021
From mass to elite protests: News coverage and the evolution of antigovernment demonstrations in Brazil
RR Mourão
Mass Communication and Society 22 (1), 49-71, 2019
202019
Martin to Brown: How time and platform impact coverage of the Black Lives Matter movement
DK Kilgo, RR Mourao, G Sylvie
Journalism Practice 13 (4), 413-430, 2019
172019
European Public Sphere| Online News, Social Media and European Union Attitudes: A Multidimensional Analysis
RR Mourao, J Yoo, S Geise, JA Araiza, DK Kilgo, VY Chen, T Johnson
International Journal of Communication 9, 24, 2015
162015
Who uses fact-checking sites? The impact of demographics, political antecedents, and media use on fact-checking site awareness, attitudes, and behavior
CT Robertson, RR Mourão, E Thorson
The International Journal of Press/Politics 25 (2), 217-237, 2020
152020
Media effects and marginalized Ideas: Relationships among media consumption and support for Black Lives Matter
D Kilgo, RR Mourão
International Journal of Communication 13, 19, 2019
152019
How app are people to use smartphones, search engines, and social media for news?: examining information acquisition tools and their influence on political knowledge and voting
M Stephens, J Yoo, RR Mourao, HT Vu, B Baresch, TJ Johnson
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 11 (4), 383-396, 2014
122014
Second screening as convergence in Brazil and the United States
SC McGregor, RR Mourão, I Neto, JD Straubhaar, A Angeluci
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 61 (1), 163-181, 2017
102017
Faking alternative journalism? An analysis of self-presentations of “fake news” sites
CT Robertson, RR Mourão
Digital Journalism 8 (8), 1011-1029, 2020
92020
Personalization and Gender: 2014 Gubernatorial Candidates on Social Media
RG Lawrence, SC McGregor, A Cardona, RR Mourão
Communication and Midterm Elections: Media, Message, and Mobilization, 191, 2015
92015
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