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News literacy, social media behaviors, and skepticism toward information on social media
EK Vraga, M Tully
Information, Communication & Society 24 (2), 150-166, 2021
2652021
Ethics of authenticity: Social media influencers and the production of sponsored content
ML Wellman, R Stoldt, M Tully, B Ekdale
Journal of Media Ethics 35 (2), 68-82, 2020
2262020
Making Change: Diffusion of Technological, Relational, and Cultural Innovation in the Newsroom
B Ekdale, JB Singer, M Tully, S Harmsen
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 2015
1832015
Designing and testing news literacy messages for social media
M Tully, EK Vraga, L Bode
Mass Communication and Society 23 (1), 22-46, 2020
1662020
Creating news literacy messages to enhance expert corrections of misinformation on Twitter
EK Vraga, L Bode, M Tully
Communication Research 49 (2), 245-267, 2022
1592022
Newswork within a culture of job insecurity: Producing news amidst organizational and industry uncertainty
B Ekdale, M Tully, S Harmsen, JB Singer
Journalism Practice 9 (3), 383-398, 2015
1352015
Empowering users to respond to misinformation about Covid-19
EK Vraga, M Tully, L Bode
Media and communication (Lisboa) 8 (2), 475-479, 2020
1302020
Theorizing news literacy behaviors
EK Vraga, M Tully, A Maksl, S Craft, S Ashley
Communication Theory 31 (1), 1-21, 2021
1192021
A Multi-Dimensional Approach to Measuring News Media Literacy.
E Vraga, M Tully, JE Kotcher, AB Smithson, M Broeckelman-Post
Journal of media literacy education 7 (3), 41-53, 2015
1152015
Professionalizing and profiting: The rise of intermediaries in the social media influencer industry
R Stoldt, M Wellman, B Ekdale, M Tully
Social Media+ Society 5 (1), 2056305119832587, 2019
1122019
Media literacy messages and hostile media perceptions: Processing of nonpartisan versus partisan political information
EK Vraga, M Tully
Mass Communication and Society 18 (4), 422-448, 2015
1092015
“Facts, not fear” negotiating uncertainty on social media during the 2014 Ebola crisis
KE Dalrymple, R Young, M Tully
Science communication 38 (4), 442-467, 2016
1032016
Media literacy training reduces perception of bias
EK Vraga, M Tully, H Rojas
Newspaper Research Journal 30 (4), 68-81, 2009
972009
News media literacy, perceptions of bias, and interpretation of news
M Tully, EK Vraga, AB Smithson
Journalism 21 (2), 209-226, 2020
892020
School administrator perceptions of cyberbullying facilitators and barriers to preventive action: A qualitative study
R Young, M Tully, M Ramirez
Health Education & Behavior 44 (3), 476-484, 2017
872017
Modifying perceptions of hostility and credibility of news coverage of an environmental controversy through media literacy
EK Vraga, M Tully, H Akin, H Rojas
Journalism 13 (7), 942-959, 2012
802012
Sites of Playful Engagement: Twitter Hashtags as Spaces of Leisure and Development in Kenya
BE Melissa Tully
Information Technologies & International Development 10 (3), 67-82, 2014
752014
Mobilizing users: Does exposure to misinformation and its correction affect users’ responses to a health misinformation post?
M Tully, L Bode, EK Vraga
Social Media+ Society 6 (4), 2056305120978377, 2020
692020
Defining and conceptualizing news literacy
M Tully, A Maksl, S Ashley, EK Vraga, S Craft
Journalism 23 (8), 1589-1606, 2022
652022
Effectiveness of a non-classroom news media literacy intervention among different undergraduate populations
EK Vraga, M Tully
Journalism & Mass Communication Educator 71 (4), 440-452, 2016
642016
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