Sebastián Valenzuela
Sebastián Valenzuela
Associate Professor, School of Communications, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
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TitleCited byYear
Is there social capital in a social network site?: Facebook use and college students' life satisfaction, trust, and participation
S Valenzuela, N Park, KF Kee
Journal of computer-mediated communication 14 (4), 875-901, 2009
25902009
Being immersed in social networking environment: Facebook groups, uses and gratifications, and social outcomes
N Park, KF Kee, S Valenzuela
CyberPsychology & Behavior 12 (6), 729-733, 2009
17112009
Social media use for news and individuals' social capital, civic engagement and political participation
H Gil de Zúńiga, N Jung, S Valenzuela
Journal of computer-mediated communication 17 (3), 319-336, 2012
15152012
Unpacking the use of social media for protest behavior the roles of information, opinion expression, and activism
S Valenzuela
American Behavioral Scientist 57, 920-942, 2013
4592013
The social media basis of youth protest behavior: The case of Chile
S Valenzuela, A Arriagada, A Scherman
Journal of Communication 62 (2), 299-314, 2012
4482012
The mediating path to a stronger citizenship: Online and offline networks, weak ties, and civic engagement
H Gil de Zúńiga, S Valenzuela
Communication Research 38 (3), 397-421, 2011
3452011
Citizen journalism and democracy: How user-generated news use relates to political knowledge and participation
K Kaufhold, S Valenzuela, H Gil de Zúńiga
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 87, 515-529, 2010
2182010
Social networks that matter: Exploring the role of political discussion for online political participation
S Valenzuela, Y Kim, HG de Zúńiga
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 24 (2), 163-184, 2011
2132011
The Agenda-Setting Theory
M McCombs, S Valenzuela
Cuadernos de información, 44-50, 2007
1092007
“Selfie-ists” or “Narci-selfiers”?: A cross-lagged panel analysis of selfie taking and narcissism
D Halpern, S Valenzuela, JE Katz
Personality and Individual Differences 97, 98-101, 2016
1032016
Facebook, Twitter, and Youth Engagement: A Quasi-experimental Study of Social Media Use and Protest Behavior Using Propensity Score Matching
S Valenzuela, A Arriagada, A Scherman
International Journal of Communication 8, 2046-2070, 2014
1022014
Social network sites, marriage well-being and divorce: Survey and state-level evidence from the United States
S Valenzuela, D Halpern, JE Katz
Computers in Human Behavior 36, 94-101, 2014
912014
Student and Environmental Protests in Chile: The Role of Social Media
A Scherman, A Arriagada, S Valenzuela
Politics 35, 151-171, 2015
882015
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
862012
Blogging as a journalistic practice: A model linking perception, motivation, and behavior
H Gil de Zúńiga, SC Lewis, A Willard, S Valenzuela, JK Lee, B Baresch
Journalism 12 (5), 586-606, 2011
842011
An experimental comparison of two perspectives on the concept of need for orientation in agenda-setting theory
G Chernov, S Valenzuela, M McCombs
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 88 (1), 142-155, 2011
582011
We Face, I Tweet: How Different Social Media Influence Political Participation through Collective and Internal Efficacy
D Halpern, S Valenzuela, JE Katz
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 22 (6), 320-336, 2017
572017
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
54*2009
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 Zúńiga
Political Communication 35 (1), 117-134, 2018
492018
Variations in media priming: The moderating role of knowledge, interest, news attention, and discussion
S Valenzuela
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 86 (4), 756-774, 2009
482009
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