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Agenda setting and international news: Media influence on public perceptions of foreign nations
W Wanta, G Golan, C Lee
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 81 (2), 364-377, 2004
9962004
From subservient chickens to brawny men: A comparison of viral advertising to television advertising
P Lance, G Guy J
Journal of interactive advertising 6 (2), 4-33, 2006
5772006
Inter-media agenda setting and global news coverage: Assessing the influence of the New York Times on three network television evening news programs
G Golan
Journalism studies 7 (2), 323-333, 2006
5602006
Second-level agenda setting in the New Hampshire primary: A comparison of coverage in three newspapers and public perceptions of candidates
G Golan, W Wanta
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 78 (2), 247-259, 2001
4472001
Creative strategies in viral advertising: An application of Taylor’s six-segment message strategy wheel
GJ Golan, L Zaidner
Journal of computer-mediated communication 13 (4), 959-972, 2008
3452008
Intermedia agenda setting in television, advertising, and blogs during the 2004 election
KD Sweetser, GJ Golan, W Wanta
Mass Communication & Society 11 (2), 197-216, 2008
3142008
Where in the world is Africa? Predicting coverage of Africa by US television networks
GJ Golan
International Communication Gazette 70 (1), 41-57, 2008
2042008
International elections on US network news: An examination of factors affecting newsworthiness
G Golan, W Wanta
Gazette (Leiden, Netherlands) 65 (1), 25-39, 2003
1502003
An integrated approach to public diplomacy
GJ Golan
American Behavioral Scientist 57 (9), 1251-1255, 2013
1382013
A social networks approach to public relations on Twitter: Social mediators and mediated public relations
I Himelboim, GJ Golan, BB Moon, RJ Suto
Journal of Public Relations Research 26 (4), 359-379, 2014
1362014
Social media activism in response to the influence of political parody videos on YouTube
JS Lim, GJ Golan
Communication Research 38 (5), 710-727, 2011
1312011
The first-person effect and its behavioral consequences: A new trend in the twenty-five year history of third-person effect research
GJ Golan, AG Day
Mass Communication and Society 11 (4), 539-556, 2008
1252008
Native advertising and the future of mass communication
BW Wojdynski, GJ Golan
American Behavioral Scientist 60 (12), 1403-1407, 2016
1142016
Source and content diversity in Op-Ed Pages: assessing editorial strategies in The New York Times and the Washington Post
AG Day, G Golan
Journalism Studies 6 (1), 61-71, 2005
1142005
Native advertising as a new public relations tactic
KD Sweetser, SJ Ahn, GJ Golan, A Hochman
American behavioral scientist 60 (12), 1442-1457, 2016
1002016
Likelihood to vote, candidate choice, and the third-person effect: Behavioral implications of political advertising in the 2004 presidential election
GJ Golan, SA Banning, L Lundy
American Behavioral Scientist 52 (2), 278-290, 2008
922008
Second-level agenda setting and political advertising: Investigating the transfer of issue and attribute saliency during the 2004 US presidential election
GJ Golan, SK Kiousis, ML McDaniel
Journalism Studies 8 (3), 432-443, 2007
752007
New perspectives on media credibility research
GJ Golan
American behavioral scientist 54 (1), 3-7, 2010
722010
Exploring a link between the third-person effect and the theory of reasoned action: Beneficial ads and social expectations
GJ Golan, SA Banning
American Behavioral Scientist 52 (2), 208-224, 2008
682008
The second-level agenda-building function of the Xinhua news agency: Examining the role of government-sponsored news in mediated public diplomacy
Z Cheng, GJ Golan, S Kiousis
Journalism practice 10 (6), 744-762, 2016
672016
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