Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication

“Digital Media and Perceptions of the Public: Evidence from Colombia,” Matthew Barnidge. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (Communication Theory & Methodology Division), Montreal, Canada, August 6-9, 2014. Top Three Student Paper.

“It’s Who You Don’t Know: How Exposure to Online Social Influence on YouTube Affects Political Evaluations and Behavior,” Matthew Barnidge, ByungGu Lee, Stephanie J. Tsang, & D. Jasun Carr. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (Communication Theory and Methodology Division), Washington, D.C., August 8-11, 2013.

“Nuance and Source: An Examination of Citizen Journalist Evaluations across Age Cohorts,” D. Jasun Carr, Matthew Barnidge, ByungGu Lee, & Stephanie J. Tsang, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (Civic and Citizen Journalism Interest Group), Washington, D.C., August 8-11, 2013. Top Paper.

“Hostile Media Effect and Political Talk: Expanding the Corrective Action Hypothesis,” Matthew Barnidge. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Chicago, (Communication Theory and Methodology Division), August 9-12, 2012, Top Student Paper.

“Cynics and Skeptics: Evaluating the Credibility of Mainstream and Citizen Journalism,” D. Jasun Carr, Matthew Barnidge, ByungGu Lee, Stephanie J. Tsang, & Joshua D. Villanueva. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (Civic and Citizen Journalism Interest Group), Chicago, August 9-12, 2012, Top Student Paper.

“Online Media, Citizenship Norms, and Political Participation,” German Alvarez, Matthew Barnidge, & ByungGu Lee. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (Mass Communication & Society Division), St. Louis, August 10-13, 2011.

“With Me or Against Me?: Hostile Media and Third Person Effects in Partisan Cable Television News,” D. Jasun Carr, Matthew Barnidge, Alexandra Rogers, David Wise, and Emily K.  Vraga. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (Communication Theory and Methodology Division), St. Louis, August 10-13, 2011.

“Active Versus Passive Participation: Differentiating between Types of Online Participation,” Timothy Macafee & Matthew Barnidge. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (Communication Technology Division), St. Louis, August 10-13, 2011.

“Declarations of Independence: Press Independence in Newspaper Coverage of the 2009 Health Care Debate,” Matthew Barnidge. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (Newspaper Division), Denver, August 4-7, 2010. Top Student Paper.

“Too Old to Run: Age, Race, and Gender in the 2008 Presidential Election,” Ashley Kirzinger, Matthew Barnidge, Benjamin Jenkins, & David D. Kurpius. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (Newspaper Division), Boston, August, 5-8, 2009.

Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research

“Effect of Opinion Climate on Perceived News Bias.” Megan Duncan, Dave Wise, Tommy Jaime, and Matthew Barnidge. Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research, Chicago, November 21-22, 2014.

“Cynics and Skeptics: Evaluating the Credibility of Mainstream and Citizen Journalism in an Adult Sample,” Matthew Barnidge, ByungGu Lee, Stephanie J. Tsang, Joshua D. Villanueva, & D. Jasun Carr. Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research, Chicago, November 16-17, 2012.

Midwest Political Science Association

“Politics of Unfriending: Political Disagreement and Active Interaction as Antecedents of Unfriending Behavior in Social Media,” JungHwan Yang, Matthew Barnidge, Itay Gabay, & Hernando Rojas. Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, April 3-6, 2014.

National Communication Association

“Emergent Voices of Citizenship: How Orientations Toward Citizenship Differentiate Among Political and Civic Behaviors in Colombia,” Matthew Barnidge, Timothy Macafee, & Alexandra Rogers. National Communication Association (Political Communication Division), New Orleans, November 17-20, 2011, Top Four Student Paper.

International Conferences

“Politically-Motivated Selective Exposure in Wisconsin,” Matthew Barnidge, Jinha Kim, Yangsun Hong, Mallory Perryman, Swee Kiat Tay, Mitchell Bard, Stephanie Jean Tsang, and Albert C. Gunther. International Communication Association (Mass Communication and Society Division), San Juan, Puerto Rico, May 21-25.

“The Role of News in Promoting Political Disagreement on Social Media,” Matthew Barnidge and Hernando Rojas. World Association of Public Opinion Research, Buenos Aires, Argentina, June 16-19.

“Triangulating the Influence of Hostile Media and Projection Effects on Political Participation in Colombia,” Matthew Barnidge and Ben Sayre. 5th Latin American Congress of the World Association for Public Opinion Research, Bogota, Colombia, September 19-21, 2012.

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