David Wolfgang
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Reader comments as press criticism: Implications for the journalistic field
S Craft, TP Vos, J David Wolfgang
Journalism 17 (6), 677-693, 2016
Taming the ‘trolls’: How journalists negotiate the boundaries of journalism and online comments
JD Wolfgang
Journalism 22 (1), 139-156, 2021
Journalists’ normative constructions of political viewpoint diversity
TP Vos, JD Wolfgang
Journalism Studies 19 (6), 764-781, 2018
Cleaning up the “Fetid Swamp” examining how journalists construct policies and practices for moderating comments
JD Wolfgang
Digital journalism 6 (1), 21-40, 2018
The twitterization of journalism: User perceptions of news tweets
JB Houston, MS McKinney, E Thorson, J Hawthorne, JD Wolfgang, ...
Journalism 21 (5), 614-632, 2020
Journalism’s relationship to democracy: Roles, attitudes, and practices
JD Wolfgang, TP Vos, K Kelling
Journalism Studies 20 (14), 1977-1994, 2019
Foul ball: Audience-held stereotypes of baseball players
P Ferrucci, EC Tandoc, Jr, C E. Painter, JD Wolfgang
Howard Journal of Communications 27 (1), 68-84, 2016
Pursuing the Ideal: How news website commenting policies structure public discourse
JD Wolfgang
Digital Journalism 4 (6), 764-783, 2016
Inside or out? Perceptions of how Differing Types of Comment Moderation Impact Practice
P Ferrucci, J David Wolfgang
Journalism Studies 22 (8), 1010-1027, 2021
Commenters as political actors infringing on the field of journalism
JD Wolfgang
Journalism Studies 20 (8), 1149-1166, 2019
When fringe hate goes mainstream: How white nationalist discourse manifests in online news commenting
JD Wolfgang
Journal of Communication Inquiry 46 (2), 117-137, 2022
Political journalism and democracy: How journalists reflect political viewpoint diversity in their reporting
JD Wolfgang, TP Vos, K Kelling, S Shin
Journalism Studies 22 (10), 1339-1357, 2021
Keepers of the comments: How comment moderators handle audience contributions
JD Wolfgang, H Blackburn, S McConnell
Newspaper Research Journal 41 (4), 433-454, 2020
Commenters as a threat to journalism? How comment moderators perceive the role of the audience
JD Wolfgang, S McConnell, H Blackburn
Digital journalism 8 (7), 925-944, 2020
Diverse discourse: Analyzing the potential of public affairs magazine online forums to reflect qualities of the public sphere
D Wolfgang, J Jenkins
Journal of Deliberative Democracy 11 (1), 2020
How commenters use online forums as spaces for journalism’s boundary work
JD Wolfgang
Newspaper Research Journal 39 (1), 55-68, 2018
A space for women: Online commenting forums as indicators of civility and feminist community-building
J Jenkins, JD Wolfgang
Mediating Misogyny, 247-268, 2018
Online Comments and Journalism
JD Wolfgang
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication, 2018
A place to protest: Assessing alternative newsweeklies’ ideal roles and creation of alternative publics
J Jenkins, JD Wolfgang
Journalism Practice 11 (8), 960-979, 2017
Demystifying the Big House: Exploring Prison Experience and Media Representations
E Plec, A Schneeweis, AB Cook, S Fenstermaker, V Jenness, ...
SIU Press, 2018
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