Debbie Goh
Debbie Goh
Assistant Professor, California University of Pennsylvania
Verified email at calu.edu
TitleCited byYear
Social media and citizen engagement: A meta-analytic review
MM Skoric, Q Zhu, D Goh, N Pang
New Media & Society 18 (9), 1817-1839, 2016
1612016
Teaching style, ICT experience and teachers’ attitudes toward teaching with Web 2.0
U Kale, D Goh
Education and Information Technologies 19 (1), 41-60, 2014
1092014
Audiences’ acts of authentication in the age of fake news: A conceptual framework
EC Tandoc Jr, R Ling, O Westlund, A Duffy, D Goh, L Zheng Wei
New Media & Society 20 (8), 2745-2763, 2018
452018
It's the gays' fault: News and HIV as weapons against homosexuality in Singapore
D Goh
Journal of Communication Inquiry 32 (4), 383-399, 2008
452008
Being the same isn't enough: Impact of male and female mentors on computer self-efficacy of college students in IT-related fields
D Goh, C Ogan, M Ahuja, SC Herring, JC Robinson
Journal of Educational Computing Research 37 (1), 19-40, 2007
322007
Protesting the Singapore government: The role of collective action frames in social media mobilization
D Goh, N Pang
Telematics and Informatics 33 (2), 525-533, 2016
232016
The urban–rural gap: project-based learning with Web 2.0 among West Virginian teachers
D Goh, U Kale
Technology, Pedagogy and Education 25 (3), 355-376, 2016
132016
Narrowing the knowledge gap: The role of alternative online media in an authoritarian press system
D Goh
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 92 (4), 877-897, 2015
132015
News sharing as reciprocal exchanges in social cohesion maintenance
D Goh, R Ling, L Huang, D Liew
Information, Communication & Society 22 (8), 1128-1144, 2019
122019
Are we all here for the same purpose? Social media and individualized collective action
N Pang, DPC Goh
Online Information Review 40 (4), 544-559, 2016
112016
Central or peripheral? Information elaboration cues on childhood vaccination in an online parenting forum
D Goh, J Chi
Computers in Human Behavior 69, 181-188, 2017
72017
Can blogs function as rhetorical publics in Asian democracies? An analysis using the case of Singapore
N Pang, D Goh
Telematics and Informatics 33 (2), 504-513, 2016
72016
From print to digital platforms: A PBL framework for fostering multimedia competencies and consciousness in traditional journalism education
D Goh, U Kale
Journalism & Mass Communication Educator 70 (3), 307-323, 2015
52015
Computational What? Relating Computational Thinking to Teaching
U Kale, M Akcaoglu, T Cullen, D Goh, L Devine, N Calvert, K Grise
TechTrends 62 (6), 574-584, 2018
32018
Untapped potential: Internet use by political parties
D Goh, N Pang
Battle for hearts and minds: New media and elections in Singapore, 49-71, 2016
32016
Social media and social movements: Weak publics, the online space, spatial relations, and collective action in Singapore
N Pang, D Goh
The Routledge companion to social media and politics, 248-258, 2015
32015
Who we are and what we want: A feminist standpoint approach to defining effective ICT use for West Virginian women
D Goh
Information, Communication & Society 16 (7), 1019-1041, 2013
32013
Contextual Factors Influencing Access to Teaching Computational Thinking
U Kale, M Akcaoglu, T Cullen, D Goh
Computers in the Schools 35 (2), 69-87, 2018
22018
The impacts of mobile social media on collective action: Two case studies from Singapore and Indonesia
N Pang, D Goh, A Rohman
Mobile media, political participation, and civic activism in Asia, 143-156, 2016
22016
Pro, anti, neutral: Political blogs and their sentiments
N Pang, D Goh
Battle for hearts and minds: New media and elections in Singapore, 73-93, 2016
22016
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