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2018 journal article
An Exploration Into the Uses and Gratifications of Media for Transgender Individuals
PSYCHOLOGY OF POPULAR MEDIA CULTURE, 7(3), 274–288.
By: K. Kosenko, B. Bond * & R. Hurley
2016 journal article
Celebrity Influence and Identification: A Test of the Angelina Effect
Journal of Health Communication, 21(3), 318–326.
By: K. Kosenko, A. Binder & R. Hurley
2015 journal article
Framing cancer for online news: Implications for popular perceptions of cancer
Journal of Communication, 65(6), 1018–1040.
By: J. Riles *, A. Sangalang*, R. Hurley & D. Tewksbury*
Viewer ethnicity matters: Black crime in TV news and its impact on decisions regarding public policy
Journal of Social Issues, 71(1), 155–170.
By: R. Hurley, J. Jensen*, A. Weaver * & T. Dixon*
2014 journal article
Online cancer news: Trends regarding article types, specific cancers, and the cancer continuum
Health Communication, 29(1), 41–50.
By: R. Hurley, J. Riles * & A. Sangalang*
Public estimates of cancer frequency: Cancer incidence perceptions mirror distorted media depictions
Journal of Health Communication, 19(5), 609–624.
By: J. Jensen *, C. Scherr *, N. Brown *, C. Jones*, K. Christy* & R. Hurley
The Information Management Processes of Women Living With HPV
Journal of Health Communication, 19(7), 813–824.
By: K. Kosenko, J. Harvey-Knowles * & R. Hurley
2012 journal article
Conflicting stories about public scientific controversies: Effects of news convergence and divergence on scientists' credibility
Public Understanding of Science (Bristol, England), 21(6), 689–704.
By: J. Jensen * & R. Hurley
News aggregation and content differences in online cancer news
Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 56(1), 132–149.
By: R. Hurley & D. Tewksbury*
Sources of the uncertainty experienced by women with HPV
Qualitative Health Research, 22(4), 534–545.
By: K. Kosenko, R. Hurley & J. Harvey n
2011 journal article
Liking violence and action: an examination of gender differences in children's processing of animated content
Media Psychology, 14(1), 49–70.
By: A. Weaver *, J. Jensen *, N. Martins *, R. Hurley & B. Wilson *
Uncertain terms: Message features of online cancer news
Communication Monographs, 78(3), 370–390.
By: R. Hurley, K. Kosenko & D. Brashers
2010 journal article
Making Sense of Cancer News Coverage Trends: A Comparison of Three Comprehensive Content Analyses
Journal of Health Communication, 15(2), 136–151.
By: J. Jensen *, C. Moriarty*, R. Hurley & J. Stryker*
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