Julius Matthew Riles
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Are graphic cigarette warning labels an effective message strategy? A test of psychological reactance theory and source appraisal
NR LaVoie, BL Quick, JM Riles, NJ Lambert
Communication Research 44 (3), 416-436, 2017
Polarization as a Function of Citizen Predispositions and Exposure to News on the Internet
D Tewksbury, JM Riles
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 59 (3), 381-398, 2015
Framing Cancer for Online News: Implications for Popular Perceptions of Cancer
JM Riles, A Sangalang, RJ Hurley, D Tewksbury
Journal of Communication 65 (6), 1018-1040, 2015
Open science, closed doors? Countering marginalization through an agenda for ethical, inclusive research in communication
J Fox, KE Pearce, AL Massanari, JM Riles, Ł Szulc, YS Ranjit, F Trevisan, ...
Journal of Communication 71 (5), 764-784, 2021
“He Acted Like a Crazy Person”: Exploring the Influence of College Students’ Recall of Stereotypic Media Representations of Mental Illness.
JM Quintero Johnson, JM Riles
Psychology of Popular Media Culture, 2016
Online cancer news: trends regarding article types, specific cancers, and the cancer continuum
RJ Hurley, JM Riles, A Sangalang
Health communication 29 (1), 41-50, 2014
Media fragmentation in the context of bounded social networks: How far can it go?
JM Riles, A Pilny, D Tewksbury
New Media & Society 20 (4), 1415-1432, 2018
Representations of Interpersonal Interaction and Race/Ethnicity: An Examination of Prime-Time Network Television Programs
JM Riles, K Varava, A Pilny, D Tewksbury
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 62 (2), 302-319, 2018
Framing in an interactive news environment
D Tewksbury, JM Riles
Doing News Framing Analysis II, 137-162, 2018
The social effect of exposure to mental illness media portrayals: Influencing interpersonal interaction intentions.
JM Riles
Psychology of Popular Media 9 (2), 145, 2020
The Modern Character of Mental Health Stigma: A 30-Year Examination of Popular Film
JM Riles, B Miller, M Funk, E Morrow
Communication Studies 72 (4), 668-683, 2021
How Do SMOs Create Moral Resources? The Roles of Media Visibility, Networks, Activism, and Political Capacity
AN Pilny, YC Atouba, JM Riles
Western Journal of Communication 78 (3), 358-377, 2014
Me, myself, and my mediated ties: Parasocial experiences as an ego-driven process
JM Riles, K Adams
Media Psychology 24 (6), 792-813, 2021
Positive exposure to Muslims and perceptions of a disdainful public: A model of mediated social dissent
JM Riles, M Funk, W Davis
Communication Monographs 86 (3), 292-312, 2019
Theory development and evaluation within a critical media effects framework: An intersectional identity approach to media psychology.
JM Riles, S Ramasubramanian, E Behm-Morawitz
Journal of Media Psychology: Theories, Methods, and Applications 34 (2), 101, 2022
The effect of news peril-type on social inclinations: A social group comparison
JM Riles, E Behm-Morawitz, H Shin, M Funk
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 97 (3), 721-742, 2020
An Inclination for Intimacy: Depictions of Mental Health and Interpersonal Interaction in Popular Film
JM Riles, M Funk, B Miller, E Morrow
International Journal of Communication 15, 21, 2021
Grappling with race: The performance of identity in prizefighting promotion
WM Davis, JM Riles
Communication & Sport 10 (6), 1092-1112, 2022
Artists and Attributions: How Music Platform Implementation Affects Parasocial Experiences and Support Intentions
EC Wiemer, JM Riles, D Tewksbury
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 66 (2), 300-319, 2022
Culpability Framing Influences on Community Support for Those Managing Illness: A Multi-Malady Comparison of Mediated Health Stigma
JM Riles, K Adams, WM Davis
Health Communication 39 (3), 439-450, 2024
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