Hyunjin (Jin) Song
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The structure of communication networks matters: How network diversity, centrality, and context influence political ambivalence, participation, and knowledge
H Song, WP Eveland Jr
Political Communication 32 (1), 83-108, 2015
Dynamic Spirals Put to Test: An Agent-Based Model of Reinforcing Spirals Between Selective Exposure, Interpersonal Networks, and Attitude Polarization
H Song, HG Boomgaarden
Journal of Communication, 2017
Why do people (sometimes) become selective about news? The role of emotions and partisan differences in selective approach and avoidance
H Song
Mass Communication and Society 20 (1), 47-67, 2017
The incidental pundit: Who talks politics with whom, and why?
W Minozzi, H Song, DMJ Lazer, MA Neblo, K Ognyanova
American Journal of Political Science 64 (1), 135-151, 2020
Uncovering the structural underpinnings of political discussion networks: Evidence from an exponential random graph model
H Song
Journal of Communication 65 (1), 146-169, 2015
Cultural variations in the relationships among network political agreement, political discussion frequency, and voting turnout
WP Eveland Jr, H Song, PA Beck
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 27 (4), 461-480, 2015
Metacognitive model of ambivalence: The role of multiple beliefs and metacognitions in creating attitude ambivalence
H Song, DR Ewoldsen
Communication Theory 25 (1), 23-45, 2015
Social media news use and political cynicism: Differential pathways through “news finds me” perception
H Song, H Gil de Z˙˝iga, HG Boomgaarden
Mass Communication and Society 23 (1), 47-70, 2020
An exploration of motivations for two screen viewing, social interaction behaviors, and factors that influence viewing intentions
H Shim, P Oh, H Song, Y Lee
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 18 (3), 158-164, 2015
In validations we trust? The impact of imperfect human annotations as a gold standard on the quality of validation of automated content analysis
H Song, P Tolochko, JM Eberl, O Eisele, E Greussing, T Heidenreich, ...
Political Communication 37 (4), 550-572, 2020
Why People Post News on Social Networking Sites: A Focus on Technology Adoption, Media Bias, and Partisanship Strength
J Lee, H Song
Electronic News, 2017
The dynamics of message selection in online political discussion forums: self-segregation or diverse exposure?
H Song, J Cho, GA Benefield
Communication Research 47 (1), 125-152, 2020
Media use and its effects in a cross-national perspective
HG Boomgaarden, H Song
KZfSS K÷lner Zeitschrift fŘr Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 71 (1), 545-571, 2019
A network model of negative campaigning: the structure and determinants of negative campaigning in multiparty systems
H Song, D Nyhuis, H Boomgaarden
Communication Research 46 (2), 273-294, 2019
Social comparisons and need fulfillment: Interpreting video game enjoyment in the context of leaderboards
JA Velez, DR Ewoldsen, MD Hanus, H Song, JA Villarreal
Communication Research Reports 35 (5), 424-433, 2018
A primer on multilevel mediation models for egocentric social network data
H Song
Communication Methods and Measures 12 (1), 1-24, 2018
“To the Bottle I Go... to Drain My Strain” Effects of Microblogged Racist Messages on Target Group Members’ Intention to Drink Alcohol
RJ Lee-Won, JY Lee, H Song, L Borghetti
Communication Research 44 (3), 388-415, 2017
Less fragmented than we thought? toward clarification of a subdisciplinary linkage in communication science, 2010–2019
H Song, JM Eberl, O Eisele
Journal of communication 70 (3), 310-334, 2020
“That looks hard!”: Effects of objective and perceived textual complexity on factual and structural political knowledge
P Tolochko, H Song, H Boomgaarden
Political Communication 36 (4), 609-628, 2019
Not being accurate is not quite the same as being inaccurate: Variations in reported (in) accuracy of perceptions of political views of network members due to uncertainty
WP Eveland, Jr, H Song, MJ Hutchens, LC Levitan
Communication Methods and Measures 13 (4), 305-311, 2019
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