[8] Barnidge, M. (Forthcoming). Testing the inadvertency hypothesis: Incidental news exposure and political disagreement across media platforms. Journalism [2018 Impact Factor 1-year/5-year: 2.691/2.830]. [PDF]

[7] Diehl., T., Vonbun-Feldbauer, R., & Barnidge, M. (Forthcoming). Tabloid news, anti-immigration attitudes, and support for right-wing populist parties. Communication and the Public [No Impact Factor]. [PDF]

[6] Kim, B., Broussard, R., & Barnidge, M. (Forthcoming). Testing political knowledge as a mediator of the relationship between news use and affective polarization. The Social Science Journal [2018 Impact Factor 1-year/5-year: 1.071/1.184]. [PDF]

[5] Barnidge, M., Heath, W., Zhang, J., & Broussard, R. (2020). Business as usual? A social capital approach to understanding interactions with journalists on Twitter. Journalism Studies, 21(3), 406-424 [2018 Impact Factor 1-year/5-year: 2.233/2.549]. [PDF]

[4] Kim, B., Barnidge, M., & Kim, Y. (2020). The communicative processes of attempted political persuasion in social media environments: The mediating roles of cognitive elaboration and political orientations. Information Technology & People, 33(2), 813-828 [2018 Impact Factor 1-year/5-year: 1.263/2.477]. [PDF]

[3] Barnidge, M., Kim, B., Sherrill, L., Luknar, Z., & Zhang, J. (2019). Perception and avoidance of hate speech across various communication settings. Telematics & Informatics, 44, 101263 [2018 Impact Factor 1-year/5-year: 3.714/3.768]. [PDF]

[2] Barnidge, M., Diehl, T., & Rojas, H. (2019). Second screening for news and digital divides. Social Science Computer Review, 37(1), 55-72 [2018 Impact Factor 1-year/5-year: 2.922/3.361]. [PDF]

[1] Kim, B. & Barnidge, M. (2019). Political disagreement and uncertainty: Examining the interplay of political talk and news use in online and offline environments. The Journal of Social Media in Society, 8(2), 124-132 [No Impact Factor]. [PDF]

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