Eugenia Mitchelstein
Eugenia Mitchelstein
Associate Professor of Communication, Universidad de San Andrés
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Between tradition and change: A review of recent research on online news production
E Mitchelstein, PJ Boczkowski
Journalism 10 (5), 562-586, 2009
“News comes across when I’m in a moment of leisure”: Understanding the practices of incidental news consumption on social media
PJ Boczkowski, E Mitchelstein, M Matassi
New media & society 20 (10), 3523-3539, 2018
The news gap: When the information preferences of the media and the public diverge
PJ Boczkowski, E Mitchelstein
MIT press, 2013
Online news consumption research: An assessment of past work and an agenda for the future
E Mitchelstein, PJ Boczkowski
New media & society 12 (7), 1085-1102, 2010
How users take advantage of different forms of interactivity on online news sites: Clicking, e-mailing, and commenting
PJ Boczkowski, E Mitchelstein
Human communication research 38 (1), 1-22, 2012
How young users deal with multiple platforms: The role of meaning-making in social media repertoires
PJ Boczkowski, M Matassi, E Mitchelstein
Journal of computer-mediated communication 23 (5), 245-259, 2018
Incidental news: How young people consume news on social media
P Boczkowski, E Mitchelstein, M Matassi
Domesticating WhatsApp: Family, friends, work, and study in everyday communication
M Matassi, PJ Boczkowski, E Mitchelstein
New media & society 21 (10), 2183-2200, 2019
Convergence across divergence: Understanding the gap in the online news choices of journalists and consumers in Western Europe and Latin America
PJ Boczkowski, E Mitchelstein, M Walter
Communication Research 38 (3), 376-396, 2011
Juventud, estatus y conexiones. Explicación del consumo incidental de noticias en redes sociales
E Mitchelstein, PJ Boczkowski
Revista mexicana de opinión pública, 131-145, 2018
Is there a gap between the news choices of journalists and consumers? A relational and dynamic approach
PJ Boczkowski, E Mitchelstein
The International Journal of Press/Politics 15 (4), 420-440, 2010
Catharsis and community: Divergent motivations for audience participation in online newspapers and blogs
E Mitchelstein
International journal of communication 5, 21, 2011
Taking a break from news: A five-nation study of news avoidance in the digital era
M Villi, T Aharoni, K Tenenboim-Weinblatt, PJ Boczkowski, K Hayashi, ...
Digital Journalism 10 (1), 148-164, 2022
Incidentality on a continuum: A comparative conceptualization of incidental news consumption
E Mitchelstein, PJ Boczkowski, K Tenenboim-Weinblatt, K Hayashi, M Villi, ...
Journalism 21 (8), 1136-1153, 2020
La brecha de las noticias: La divergencia entre las preferencias informativas de los medios y el público
PJ Boczkowski, E Mitchelstein
Ediciones Manantial, 2015
The digital environment: How we live, learn, work, and play now
PJ Boczkowski, E Mitchelstein
MIT Press, 2021
Minimal effects, maximum panic: Social media and democracy in Latin America
E Mitchelstein, M Matassi, PJ Boczkowski
Social Media+ Society 6 (4), 2056305120984452, 2020
What a special issue on Latin America teaches us about some key limitations in the field of digital journalism
E Mitchelstein, PJ Boczkowski
Digital Journalism 9 (2), 130-135, 2021
La política da que hablar: Engagement en redes sociales de sitios de noticias
E Mitchelstein, S Leiva, C Giuliano, PJ Boczkowski
Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 2019
The news gap
P Boczkowski, E Mitchelstein
When the Information Preferences of the Media and Public Diverge), Mit Press …, 2013
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