Jiyoun Suk
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# MeToo, networked acknowledgment, and connective action: How “empowerment through empathy” launched a social movement
J Suk, A Abhishek, Y Zhang, SY Ahn, T Correa, C Garlough, DV Shah
Social Science Computer Review 39 (2), 276-294, 2021
The wolves in sheep’s clothing: How Russia’s Internet Research Agency tweets appeared in US news as vox populi
J Lukito, J Suk, Y Zhang, L Doroshenko, SJ Kim, MH Su, Y Xia, D Freelon, ...
The International Journal of Press/Politics 25 (2), 196-216, 2020
Whose lives matter? Mass shootings and social media discourses of sympathy and policy, 2012–2014
Y Zhang, D Shah, J Foley, A Abhishek, J Lukito, J Suk, SJ Kim, Z Sun, ...
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 24 (4), 182-202, 2019
Assembling the networks and audiences of disinformation: How successful Russian IRA Twitter accounts built their followings, 2015–2017
Y Zhang, J Lukito, MH Su, J Suk, Y Xia, SJ Kim, L Doroshenko, C Wells
Journal of Communication 71 (2), 305-331, 2021
News media use, talk networks, and anti-elitism across geographic location: Evidence from Wisconsin
C Wells, LA Friedland, C Hughes, DV Shah, J Suk, MW Wagner
The International Journal of Press/Politics 26 (2), 438-463, 2021
Covering# MeToo across the news spectrum: Political accusation and public events as drivers of press attention
S Ghosh, MH Su, A Abhishek, J Suk, C Tong, K Kamath, O Hills, T Correa, ...
The International Journal of Press/Politics 27 (1), 158-185, 2022
The more you know, the less you like: A comparative study of how news and political conversation shape political knowledge and affective polarization
J Suk, D Coppini, C Muñiz, H Rojas
Communication and the Public 7 (1), 40-56, 2022
Battleground: Asymmetric communication ecologies and the erosion of civil society in Wisconsin
LA Friedland, DV Shah, MW Wagner, KJ Cramer, C Wells, J Pevehouse
Elements in Politics and Communication, 2022
Social media expression, political extremity, and reduced network interaction: An imagined audience approach
MH Su, J Suk, H Rojas
Social Media+ Society 8 (1), 20563051211069056, 2022
Do improving conditions harden partisan preferences? Lived experiences, imagined communities, and polarized evaluations
J Suk, DV Shah, C Wells, MW Wagner, LA Friedland, KJ Cramer, ...
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 32 (4), 750-768, 2020
The Twitter exploit: How Russian propaganda infiltrated US news
J Lukito, C Wells, Y Zhang, L Doroshenko, SJ Kim, MH Su, D Freelon
URL: https://uwmadison. app. box. com/v/TwitterExploit (20.03. 2018), 2018
Understanding Trump supporters’ news use: Beyond the Fox News bubble
S Dempsey, J Suk, KJ Cramer, LA Friedland, MW Wagner, DV Shah
The Forum 18 (3), 319-346, 2021
Tweeting mass shootings: The dynamics of issue attention on social media
Y Zhang, Y Wang, J Foley, J Suk, D Conathan
Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Social Media & Society, 1-5, 2017
When the personal becomes political: Unpacking the dynamics of sexual violence and gender justice discourses across four social media platforms
J Suk, Y Zhang, Z Yue, R Wang, X Dong, D Yang, R Lian
Communication Research 50 (5), 610-632, 2023
Free and fair? The differential experiences of voting barriers and voting policies in American midterm elections
JM Foley, MW Wagner, C Hughes, J Suk, KJ Cramer, LA Friedland, ...
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 33 (3), 703-712, 2021
The state of digital media data research, 2023
J Lukito, MA Brown, R Dahlke, J Suk, Y Yang, Y Zhang, B Chen, SJ Kim, ...
Breaking the “virtuous circle”: how partisan communication flows can erode social trust but drive participation
J Suk, DV Shah, DM McLeod
Human Communication Research 48 (1), 88-115, 2022
Framing of same-sex marriage over 17 years in two newspapers is linked to ideology especially in election years
DL Lasorsa, J Suk, D Fadnis
Newspaper Research Journal 39 (2), 191-204, 2018
Trump, Twitter, and Truth Social: how Trump used both mainstream and alt-tech social media to drive news media attention
Y Zhang, J Lukito, J Suk, R McGrady
Journal of Information Technology & Politics, 1-14, 2024
Spatial polarization, partisan climate, and participatory actions: Do congenial contexts lead to mobilization, resignation, activation, or complacency?
J Suk, DM McLeod, DV Shah
Political Behavior 45 (4), 1859-1882, 2023
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