Logan Molyneux
Logan Molyneux
Associate Professor, Temple University
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Social media, political expression, and political participation: Panel analysis of lagged and concurrent relationships
H Gil de Zúñiga, L Molyneux, P Zheng
Journal of communication 64 (4), 612-634, 2014
What journalists retweet: Opinion, humor, and brand development on Twitter
L Molyneux
Journalism 16 (7), 920-935, 2015
Mobile news consumption: A habit of snacking
L Molyneux
Digital journalism 6 (5), 634-650, 2018
A decade of research on social media and journalism: Assumptions, blind spots, and a way forward
SC Lewis, L Molyneux
Media and communication 6 (4), 11-23, 2018
Tweeting Conventions: Political journalists' use of Twitter to cover the 2012 presidential campaign
RG Lawrence, L Molyneux, M Coddington, A Holton
Journalism Studies 15 (6), 789-806, 2014
How journalists engage in branding on Twitter: Individual, organizational, and institutional levels
L Molyneux, A Holton, SC Lewis
Information, Communication & Society 21 (10), 1386-1401, 2018
Fact checking the campaign: How political reporters use Twitter to set the record straight (or not)
M Coddington, L Molyneux, RG Lawrence
The International Journal of Press/Politics 19 (4), 391-409, 2014
Branding (health) journalism: Perceptions, practices, and emerging norms
L Molyneux, A Holton
Digital journalism 3 (2), 225-242, 2015
Identity lost? The personal impact of brand journalism
AE Holton, L Molyneux
Journalism 18 (2), 195-210, 2017
Twitter’s influence on news judgment: An experiment among journalists
SC McGregor, L Molyneux
Journalism, 1464884918802975, 2018
Gaming social capital: Exploring civic value in multiplayer video games
L Molyneux, K Vasudevan, H Gil de Zúñiga
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 20 (4), 381-399, 2015
Political journalists’ normalization of Twitter: Interaction and new affordances
L Molyneux, RR Mourão
Journalism Studies 20 (2), 248-266, 2019
Aggregation, clickbait and their effect on perceptions of journalistic credibility and quality
L Molyneux, M Coddington
Journalism Practice 14 (4), 429-446, 2020
Twitter as a tool for and object of political and electoral activity: Considering electoral context and variance among actors
SC McGregor, RR Mourão, L Molyneux
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 14 (2), 154-167, 2017
“Not their fault, but their problem”: Organizational responses to the online harassment of journalists
AE Holton, V Bélair-Gagnon, D Bossio, L Molyneux
Journalism Practice 17 (4), 859-874, 2023
Media work, identity, and the motivations that shape branding practices among journalists: An explanatory framework
L Molyneux, SC Lewis, AE Holton
New media & society 21 (4), 836-855, 2019
Legitimating a platform: Evidence of journalists’ role in transferring authority to Twitter
L Molyneux, SC McGregor
Information, Communication & Society 25 (11), 1577-1595, 2022
A personalized self-image: Gender and branding practices among journalists
L Molyneux
Social media+ society 5 (3), 2056305119872950, 2019
Multiplatform news consumption and its connections to civic engagement
L Molyneux
Journalism, 1464884917730216, 2017
Disconnection: How measured separations from journalistic norms and labor can help sustain journalism
V Bélair-Gagnon, D Bossio, AE Holton, L Molyneux
Social Media+ Society 8 (1), 20563051221077217, 2022
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