Mark Coddington
Mark Coddington
Assistant Professor, Washington and Lee University
Verified email at wlu.edu - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Clarifying journalism’s quantitative turn: A typology for evaluating data journalism, computational journalism, and computer-assisted reporting
M Coddington
Digital journalism 3 (3), 331-348, 2015
3192015
Reciprocal journalism: A concept of mutual exchange between journalists and audiences
SC Lewis, AE Holton, M Coddington
Journalism Practice 8 (2), 229-241, 2014
2132014
Tweeting conventions: Political journalists' use of Twitter to cover the 2012 presidential campaign
RG Lawrence, L Molyneux, M Coddington, A Holton
Journalism Studies 15 (6), 789-806, 2014
1232014
The wall becomes a curtain: Revisiting journalism's news-business boundary
M Coddington
Boundaries of Journalism: Professionalism, Practices and Participation, 67-82, 2015
1002015
Fact checking the campaign: How political reporters use Twitter to set the record straight (or not)
M Coddington, L Molyneux, RG Lawrence
The International Journal of Press/Politics 19 (4), 391-409, 2014
882014
Defending a paradigm by patrolling a boundary: Two global newspapers’ approach to WikiLeaks
M Coddington
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 89 (3), 377-396, 2012
852012
Whose news? Whose values? Citizen journalism and journalistic values through the lens of content creators and consumers
AE Holton, M Coddington, H Gil de Zúñiga
Journalism Practice 7 (6), 720-737, 2013
782013
Seeking and sharing: Motivations for linking on Twitter
AE Holton, K Baek, M Coddington, C Yaschur
Communication Research Reports 31 (1), 33-40, 2014
752014
When the gates swing open: Examining network gatekeeping in a social media setting
M Coddington, AE Holton
Mass Communication and Society 17 (2), 236-257, 2014
672014
Reciprocity and the news: The role of personal and social media reciprocity in news creation and consumption
AE Holton, M Coddington, SC Lewis, HG De Zuniga
International Journal of Communication 9, 2526-2547, 2015
542015
Defending judgment and context in ‘original reporting’: Journalists’ construction of newswork in a networked age
M Coddington
Journalism 15 (6), 678-695, 2014
422014
Interacting with audiences: Journalistic role conceptions, reciprocity, and perceptions about participation
AE Holton, SC Lewis, M Coddington
Journalism studies 17 (7), 849-859, 2016
382016
Building frames link by link: The linking practices of blogs and news sites
M Coddington
International Journal of Communication 6, 2007-2026, 2012
372012
Normalizing the hyperlink: How bloggers, professional journalists, and institutions shape linking values
M Coddington
Digital Journalism 2 (2), 140-155, 2014
302014
Telling secondhand stories: News aggregation and the production of journalistic knowledge
MA Coddington
University of Texas at Austin, 2015
232015
From participation to reciprocity in the journalist-audience relationship
SC Lewis, AE Holton, M Coddington
Rethinking Journalism Again: Societal Role and Public Relevance in a Digital …, 2016
102016
Measuring and evaluating reciprocal journalism as a concept
M Coddington, SC Lewis, AE Holton
Journalism Practice 12 (8), 1039-1050, 2018
62018
US political journalists’ use of Twitter: Lessons from 2012 and a look ahead
L Molyneux, RR Mourão, M Coddington
Twitter and Elections around the World, 59-72, 2016
52016
Love it or leave it? The relationship between polarization and credibility of traditional and partisan media
KH Baek, M Coddington, M Stephens, L Williams, TJ Johnson, ...
New York, 1-31, 2011
52011
Aggregating the news: Secondhand knowledge and the erosion of journalistic authority
M Coddington
Columbia University Press, 2019
4*2019
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