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Porismita Borah
Porismita Borah
Associate Professor, Edward R. Murrow College of Communication, Washington State University
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Conceptual issues in framing theory: A systematic examination of a decade's literature
P Borah
Journal of communication 61 (2), 246-263, 2011
8482011
A new space for political behavior: Political social networking and its democratic consequences
L Bode, EK Vraga, P Borah, DV Shah
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 19 (3), 414-429, 2014
3312014
Message design strategies to raise public awareness of social determinants of health and population health disparities
J Niederdeppe, QL Bu, P Borah, DA Kindig, SA Robert
The Milbank Quarterly 86 (3), 481-513, 2008
2192008
Does it matter where you read the news story? Interaction of incivility and news frames in the political blogosphere
P Borah
Communication Research 41 (6), 809-827, 2014
2022014
Political Facebook use: Campaign strategies used in 2008 and 2012 presidential elections
P Borah
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 13 (4), 326-338, 2016
1212016
Interactions of news frames and incivility in the political blogosphere: Examining perceptual outcomes
P Borah
Political Communication 30 (3), 456-473, 2013
1042013
The importance of ‘likes’: The interplay of message framing, source, and social endorsement on credibility perceptions of health information on Facebook
P Borah, X Xiao
Journal of health communication 23 (4), 399-411, 2018
992018
Comparing visual framing in newspapers: Hurricane Katrina versus tsunami
P Borah
Newspaper Research Journal 30 (1), 50-57, 2009
942009
The hyperlinked world: A look at how the interactions of news frames and hyperlinks influence news credibility and willingness to seek information
P Borah
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 19 (3), 576-590, 2014
582014
Who is the agenda setter? Examining the intermedia agenda-setting effect between Twitter and newspapers
Y Su, P Borah
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 16 (3), 236-249, 2019
572019
Seeking more information and conversations: Influence of competitive frames and motivated processing
P Borah
Communication Research 38 (3), 303-325, 2011
572011
Social media in politics: case studies on the political power of social media
B Pătruţ, M Pătruţ
Springer, 2014
562014
YouTube and Proposition 8: A case study in video activism
K Thorson, B Ekdale, P Borah, K Namkoong, C Shah
Information, Communication & Society 13 (3), 325-349, 2010
542010
Emerging communication technology research: Theoretical and methodological variables in the last 16 years and future directions
P Borah
New Media & Society 19 (4), 616-636, 2017
442017
Media effects theory: Framing effects, agenda setting and priming
P Borah
International Encyclopedia of Political Communication, 2015
42*2015
Does civility matter in the blogosphere? Examining the interaction effects of incivility and disagreement on citizen attitudes
H Hwang, P Borah, K Namkoong, A Veenstra
58th Annual Conference of the International Communication Associationá…, 2008
382008
A social networks approach to understanding vaccine conversations on Twitter: Network clusters, sentiment, and certainty in HPV social networks
I Himelboim, X Xiao, DKL Lee, MY Wang, P Borah
Health communication 35 (5), 607-615, 2020
352020
Self-presentation on Instagram and friendship development among young adults: A moderated mediation model of media richness, perceived functionality, and openness
DKL Lee, P Borah
Computers in Human Behavior 103, 57-66, 2020
342020
Causes and consequences of selective exposure among political blog readers: The role of hostile media perception in motivated media use and expressive participation
P Borah, K Thorson, H Hwang
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 12 (2), 186-199, 2015
302015
Hearing and talking to the other side: Antecedents of cross-cutting exposure in adolescents
P Borah, S Edgerly, EK Vraga, DV Shah
Mass Communication and Society 16 (3), 391-416, 2013
292013
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