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Chang Sup Park
Chang Sup Park
University at Albany, State University of New York
Verified email at albany.edu
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Does Twitter motivate involvement in politics? Tweeting, opinion leadership, and political engagement
CS Park
Computers in human behavior 29 (4), 1641-1648, 2013
4032013
The tweet goes on: Interconnection of Twitter opinion leadership, network size, and civic engagement
CS Park, BK Kaye
Computers in Human Behavior 69, 174-180, 2017
802017
Smartphone and self-extension: Functionally, anthropomorphically, and ontologically extending self via the smartphone
CS Park, BK Kaye
Mobile Media & Communication 7 (2), 215-231, 2019
532019
Does too much news on social media discourage news seeking? Mediating role of news efficacy between perceived news overload and news avoidance on social media
CS Park
Social Media+ Society 5 (3), 2056305119872956, 2019
492019
Examination of smartphone dependence: Functionally and existentially dependent behavior on the smartphone
CS Park
Computers in Human Behavior 93, 123-128, 2019
452019
Pathways to expressive and collective participation: Usage patterns, political efficacy, and political participation in social networking sites
CS Park
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 59 (4), 698-716, 2015
452015
Applying “negativity bias” to Twitter: Negative news on Twitter, emotions, and political learning
CS Park
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 12 (4), 342-359, 2015
422015
News engagement on social media and democratic citizenship: Direct and moderating roles of curatorial news use in political involvement
CS Park, BK Kaye
Journalism & mass communication quarterly 95 (4), 1103-1127, 2018
382018
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
382015
Unraveling the relationships between smartphone use, exposure to heterogeneity, political efficacy, and political participation: A mediation model approach
CS Park, K Karan
Asian Journal of communication 24 (4), 370-389, 2014
282014
What’s this? Incidental exposure to news on social media, news-finds-me perception, news efficacy, and news consumption
CS Park, BK Kaye
Mass communication and society 23 (2), 157-180, 2020
252020
Expanding visibility on Twitter: Author and message characteristics and retweeting
CS Park, BK Kaye
Social Media+ Society 5 (2), 2056305119834595, 2019
212019
Citizen news podcasts and journalistic role conceptions in the United States and South Korea
CS Park
Journalism Practice 11 (9), 1158-1177, 2017
202017
Learning politics from social media: Interconnection of social media use for political news and political issue and process knowledge
CS Park
Communication studies 70 (3), 253-276, 2019
192019
Political carnivalism and an emerging public space: examination of a new participatory culture on Twitter
CS Park
International Journal of Electronic Governance 6 (4), 302-318, 2013
162013
Do social media facilitate political learning? Social media use for news, reasoning and political knowledge
CS Park
The Journal of Social Media in Society 6 (2), 206-238, 2017
142017
Citizen news podcasts and engaging journalism: The formation of a counter-public sphere in South Korea
CS Park
Pacific Journalism Review 23 (1), 245-262, 2017
142017
Mediating Roles of News Curation and News Elaboration in the Relationship between Social Media Use for News and Political Knowledge
CS Park, BK Kaye
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 63 (3), 455-473, 2019
122019
Korean media often allied with ruling political parties
CS Park
Newspaper Research Journal 36 (2), 265-278, 2015
122015
Twitter and encountering diversity: the moderating role of network diversity and age in the relationship between Twitter use and crosscutting exposure
CS Park, BK Kaye
Social Media+ Society 3 (3), 2056305117717247, 2017
112017
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