Research

In Press

Daniel Kreiss and Laura Meadows (co-authors). “Intra-Movement Agenda Setting: Nationalizing North Carolina’s Fight to Defeat an Anti-Gay Constitutional Amendment.” In J. Girouard and C. Sirianni (Eds.) Varieties of Civic Innovation: Deliberative, Collaborative, Network, and Narrative Approaches. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press.

Accepted for Publication

Laura Meadows. “Creating, Sustaining, or Dispelling Misconceptions: A Discourse Analysis of Mainstream Print Media’s Coverage of Obama’s Religious Identity.” Journal of Media and Religion.

Revise and Resubmit

Daniel Kreiss and Laura Meadows. “Political Performance, Boundary Spaces, and Active Spectatorship: Symbolic Organization during the 2012 Democratic National Convention.” Journalism.

Laura Meadows. “Perceptions of Influence On and Of Political Bloggers: A Survey of Top Political Bloggers.” New Media & Society.

Laura Meadows. “Creating, Perpetuating, or Negating a Fabricated Controversy: Tracking Flows of Influence Between Traditional Media and the Political Blogosphere.” New Media & Society.

Refereed Conference Presentations

Daniel Kreiss and Laura Meadows. (2013). “Political Performance, Boundary Spaces, and Active Spectatorship: Symbolic Organization during the 2012 Democratic National Convention.” International Conference on Media and the Public Sphere, Athens, GA.

Daniel Kreiss and Laura Meadows. (co-authors). (2013). “Campaigning from the Closet: Contexts of Messaging During the Campaign to Defeat North Carolina’s Amendment OneAssociation for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Washington, D.C.

Daniel Kreiss and Laura Meadows. (2013). “Political Performance, Boundary Spaces, and Active Spectatorship: Symbolic Organization during the 2012 Democratic National Convention.” Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Washington, D.C.

Laura Meadows, Creighton Welch, Daniel Riffe, and Daniel Kreiss. (2013). “Blogging the Irrelevant? A Content Analysis of Political Blog Coverage of the 2012 Democratic National Convention.Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Washington, D.C.

Daniel Kreiss, Laura Meadows, and John Remensberger. (2013). “Political Performance and Active Spectatorship: Symbolically Organizing the Polity During the 2012 Democratic National Convention.” International Communication Association, London, UK.

Daniel Kreiss and Laura Meadows. (co-authors).(2013). “Media Events in a Networked Age: Twitter Publics and Active Spectatorship.” Theorizing the Web, New York, NY.

Laura Meadows. (2012). “Perceptions of Influence On and Of Political Bloggers.” Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Chicago, IL.

Laura Meadows. (2012). “We the Bloggers: A Survey of Political Bloggers on their Roles in the 2012 Presidential Election.” Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Southeast Colloquium, Blacksburg, VA.

Laura Meadows. (2011). “Creating, Perpetuating, or Negating a Fabricated Controversy: Tracking Flows of Influence Between Traditional Media and the Political Blogosphere.” Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research, Chicago, IL.

Laura Meadows. (2011). “Creating, Sustaining, or Dispelling Misconceptions: A Discourse Analysis of Mainstream Print Media’s Coverage of Obama’s Religious Identity.” Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, St. Louis, MO.

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