Teresa Correa
Teresa Correa
Associate professor, School of Communication, Diego Portales University, Santiago, Chile, teresa
Verified email at udp.cl
TitleCited byYear
Who interacts on the Web?: The intersection of users’ personality and social media use
T Correa, AW Hinsley, HG De Zuniga
Computers in human behavior 26 (2), 247-253, 2010
20462010
The participation divide among “online experts”: Experience, skills and psychological factors as predictors of college students' web content creation
T Correa
Journal of computer-mediated communication 16 (1), 71-92, 2010
2312010
Selective exposure to cable news and immigration in the US: The relationship between FOX News, CNN, and attitudes toward Mexican immigrants
H Gil de Zúńiga, T Correa, S Valenzuela
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 56 (4), 597-615, 2012
832012
Race and online content creation: Why minorities are actively participating in the Web
T Correa, SH Jeong
Information, Communication & Society 14 (5), 638-659, 2011
802011
Bottom-up technology transmission within families: Exploring how youths influence their parents' digital media use with dyadic data
T Correa
Journal of communication 64 (1), 103-124, 2013
762013
Digital skills and social media use: how Internet skills are related to different types of Facebook use among ‘digital natives’
T Correa
Information, Communication & Society 19 (8), 1095-1107, 2016
642016
Gendered space: The Digital divide between male and female users in internet public access sites
LJ Dixon, T Correa, J Straubhaar, L Covarrubias, D Graber, J Spence, ...
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 19 (4), 991-1009, 2014
602014
Brokering new technologies: The role of children in their parents’ usage of the internet
T Correa, JD Straubhaar, W Chen, J Spence
New Media & Society 17 (4), 483-500, 2015
582015
Framing Latinas: Hispanic women through the lenses of Spanish-language and English-language news media
T Correa
Journalism 11 (4), 425-443, 2010
512010
Women matter in newsrooms: How power and critical mass relate to the coverage of the HPV vaccine
T Correa, D Harp
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 88 (2), 301-319, 2011
482011
Press coverage and public opinion on women candidates: The case of Chile's Michelle Bachelet
S Valenzuela, T Correa
International Communication Gazette 71 (3), 203-223, 2009
482009
Ties, likes, and tweets: Using strong and weak ties to explain differences in protest participation across Facebook and Twitter use
S Valenzuela, T Correa, H Gil de Zuniga
Political Communication 35 (1), 117-134, 2018
452018
Personality and social media use
T Correa, I Bachmann, AW Hinsley, HG de Zúńiga
Organizations and social networking: Utilizing social media to engage …, 2013
412013
Prensa y candidatos presidenciales 2005. Así los mostramos, así los miraron
S Valenzuela, T Correa
Cuadernos de Información, 89-96, 2006
332006
Digital inclusion in rural areas: A qualitative exploration of challenges faced by people from isolated communities
T Correa, I Pavez
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 21 (3), 247-263, 2016
282016
The power of youth: How the bottom-up technology transmission from children to parents is related to digital (in) equality
T Correa
International Journal of Communication 9, 24, 2015
242015
Profiling online political content creators: Advancing the paths to democracy
I Bachmann, T Correa, HG de Zúńiga
International Journal of E-Politics (IJEP) 3 (4), 1-19, 2012
202012
Does class matter?: The effect of social class on journalists’ ethical decision making
T Correa
Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly 86 (3), 664-672, 2009
162009
Global benchmarking of children's exposure to television advertising of unhealthy foods and beverages across 22 countries
B Kelly, S Vandevijvere, SH Ng, J Adams, L Allemandi, L Bahena‐Espina, ...
Obesity Reviews, 2019
132019
Beyond access: A relational and resource-based model of household Internet adoption in isolated communities
T Correa, I Pavez, J Contreras
Telecommunications Policy 41 (9), 757-768, 2017
102017
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