Aaron S. Veenstra
Aaron S. Veenstra
Associate Professor of Journalism, Florida Atlantic University
Verified email at fau.edu - Homepage
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Digital democracy: Reimagining pathways to political participation
HG de Z˙˝iga, AS Veenstra, EK Vraga, DV Shah
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 7 (1), 36-51, 2010
4662010
The Internet and Anti‐War Activism: A Case Study of Information, Expression, and Action
S Nah, AS Veenstra, DV Shah
Journal of Computer‐Mediated Communication 12 (1), 230-247, 2006
1342006
Time, place, technology: Twitter as an information source in the Wisconsin labor protests
AS Veenstra, N Iyer, MD Hossain, J Park
Computers in Human Behavior 31, 65-72, 2014
422014
Partisan Media and Discussion as Enhancers of the Belief Gap
AS Veenstra, MD Hossain, BA Lyons
Mass Communication and Society 17 (6), 874-897, 2014
302014
Does Civility Matter in the Blogosphere? Examining the Interaction Effects of Incivility and Disagreement on Citizen Attitudes
H Hwang, P Borah, K Namkoong, AS Veenstra
ICA Association Annual Meeting, Montreal, May, 2008
302008
Twitter as “a journalistic substitute”? Examining #wiunion tweeters’ behavior and self-perception
AS Veenstra, N Iyer, CS Park, F Alajmi
Journalism 16 (4), 488-504, 2015
282015
How (Not) to Talk on Twitter: Effects of Politicians' Tweets on Perceptions of the Twitter Environment
BA Lyons, AS Veenstra
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 19 (1), 8-15, 2016
272016
Reading Lasswell's Model of Communication Backward: Three Scholarly Misconceptions
ZS Sapienza, N Iyer, AS Veenstra
Mass Communication and Society 18 (5), 599-622, 2015
272015
Conservatism vs. conservationism: differential influences of social identities on beliefs about fracking
AS Veenstra, BA Lyons, A Fowler-Dawson
Environmental Communication 10 (3), 322-336, 2016
252016
Frames and knowledge in mixed media: How activation changes information intake
AS Veenstra, B Sayre, DV Shah, DM McLeod
Cyberpsychology & Behavior 11 (4), 443-450, 2008
192008
Online maintenance of life domains: Uses of social network sites during graduate education among the US and international students
MD Hossain, AS Veenstra
Computers in Human Behavior 29 (6), 2697-2702, 2013
122013
Sticking Together Online: Political Participation and Ideologically Homogeneous Blog Consumption
AS Veenstra, B Sayre, K Thorson
American Association for Public Opinion Research, 2008
122008
Social capital and relationship maintenance: uses of social media among the South Asian Diaspora in the US
MD Hossain, AS Veenstra
Asian Journal of Communication 27 (1), 1-17, 2017
92017
Here’s What You’ll Learn From This News Story Prior Framing and Learning Reasons From News
RM Scholl, RJ Pingree, MR Gotlieb, AS Veenstra, DV Shah
Electronic News 10 (2), 71-86, 2016
62016
Intramedium Interaction and the Third-Person Effect: How Partisans Respond to YouTube Ads and Comments
AS Veenstra, CS Park, BA Lyons, CS Kang, N Iyer
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 18 (7), 406-410, 2015
62015
Come together, right now: Retweeting in the social model of protest mobilization
AS Veenstra, N Iyer, W Xie, BA Lyons, CS Park, Y Feng
NATHAN RAMBUKKANA (Ph. D., Concordia University) is Assistant Professor iná…, 2013
62013
Sarah Palin Likes This: Discussion of the ‘Death Panel’ Note in Social Media
AS Veenstra, J Hong, X Liu
Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research, 2010
52010
Blogger/Reader Interaction: How Motivations Impact Pathways to Political Interest
AS Veenstra
Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research, 2007
52007
Intraparty Hostility: Social Identity, Subidentity, and the Hostile Media Effect in a Contested Primary
AS Veenstra, BA Lyons, İA Degim Flannagan
Journal of Political Marketing 16 (3-4), 365-385, 2017
42017
Authorship, Intention, and Orientations: How Bloggers and Their Readers Create Participatory Opportunity
AS Veenstra, L Bode, M Wang, M Arora, DV Shah, DD Perlmutter
Internet Research 8.0, 2007
42007
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