Brandon Boatwright
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Hashtag activism and message frames among social movement organizations: Semantic network analysis and thematic analysis of Twitter during the# MeToo movement
Y Xiong, M Cho, B Boatwright
Public relations review 45 (1), 10-23, 2019
“THE RUSSIANS ARE HACKING MY BRAIN!” investigating Russia's internet research agency twitter tactics during the 2016 United States presidential campaign
DL Linvill, BC Boatwright, WJ Grant, PL Warren
Computers in Human Behavior 99, 292-300, 2019
Information channel preference in health crisis: Exploring the roles of perceived risk, preparedness, knowledge, and intent to follow directives
S Park, B Boatwright, EJ Avery
Public relations review 45 (5), 101794, 2019
Social media ethics in the data economy: Issues of social responsibility for using Facebook for public relations
CL White, B Boatwright
Public Relations Review 46 (5), 101980, 2020
Do digital natives recognize digital influence? Generational differences and understanding of social media influencers
C Childers, B Boatwright
Journal of Current Issues & Research in Advertising 42 (4), 425-442, 2021
Ritualistic sacrifice in crisis communication: A case for eliminating scapegoating from the crisis/apologia lexicon
ML Kent, BC Boatwright
Public Relations Review 44 (4), 514-522, 2018
Need for cognition as a mediating variable between aggressive communication traits and tolerance for disagreement
DL Linvill, JP Mazer, BC Boatwright
Communication Research Reports 33 (4), 363-369, 2016
Exploring online opinion leadership in the network paradigm: An analysis of influential users on Twitter shaping conversations around anthem protests by prominent athletes
BC Boatwright
Public Relations Review 48 (4), 102229, 2022
“Back-stage” dissent: Student Twitter use addressing instructor ideology
DL Linvill, BC Boatwright, WJ Grant
Communication Education 67 (2), 125-143, 2018
Through the lens of ethnicity: Semantic network and thematic analyses of United Airlines’ dragging crisis
M Cho, Y Xiong, B Boatwright
Public Relations Review 47 (1), 102006, 2021
The 2016 US presidential election and transition events: A social media volume and sentiment analysis
B Boatwright, JP Mazer, S Beach
Southern Communication Journal 84 (3), 196-209, 2019
“I Don’t feel like a Hero”: frontline healthcare providers’ social media storytelling during COVID-19
SM Pangborn, BC Boatwright, CL Miller, MN Velting
Health Communication 38 (8), 1508-1518, 2023
The role of social media in enhancing risk communication and promoting community resilience in the midst of a disaster
KE Anthony, SJ Venette, AS Pyle, BC Boatwright, CE Reif-Stice
Risk communication and community resilience, 165-178, 2019
“Don’t Mess with Ukrainian Farmers”: An examination of Ukraine and Kyiv’s official Twitter accounts as crisis communication, public diplomacy, and nation building during …
BC Boatwright, AS Pyle
Public Relations Review 49 (3), 102338, 2023
A personal-communicative evaluation approach to CEO advocacy & employee relations
M Cho, S Xu, B Boatwright
Public Relations Review 49 (2), 102295, 2023
Everyone hates the NCAA: The role of identity in the evaluations of amateurism transgressions: A case study of the chase young loan scandal
GA Cranmer, B Boatwright, SD Mikkilineni, J Fontana
Communication & Sport 11 (3), 634-657, 2023
When sports fans buy: Contextualizing social media engagement behavior to predict purchase intention
E Steiner, M Pittman, B Boatwright
International Journal of Sport Communication 16 (2), 136-146, 2023
Interview with Chris Yandle, assistant athletic director of communications, University of Miami Athletics
B Boatwright
International Journal of Sport Communication 6 (4), 388-390, 2013
Developing discourse of renewal during a campus crisis
B Boatwright, JP Mazer
Communication Teacher 31 (1), 41-46, 2017
Is privacy dead? Does it matter? How Facebook frames its data policy through public communication
BC Boatwright, C White
The Journal of Public Interest Communications 4 (1), 78-78, 2020
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