AVERY E. HOLTON

Avery E. Holton
  • Undergraduate Journalism Sequence Coordinator, Communication
  • Student Media Advisor, Communication
  • Assistant Professor, Communication

Publications

Publications

  • Mooney R., Mahasen S., Holton A. E., Devine K., Kirchhoff A., Wright J., Wu Y. P. Adolescent and young adult cancer survivors' perspectives on their internet use for seeking information on healthy eating and exercise. Journal of Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology. (in press). In press, 08/2016.
  • Holton, A. E., Canary, H., & Wong, B. Business and breakthrough: Framing (expanded) genetic carrier screening for the public. Health Communication. (in press). In press, 08/2016.
  • Jensen, J. D., Holton, A. E., Krakow, M., Weaver, J., Donovan, E., & Tavtigian, S. (2016). Colorectal cancer prevention and intentions to use low-dose aspirin: A survey of 1,000 U.S. Adults 40 – 65. Cancer Epidemiology, 41, 99-105. Published, 04/01/2016.
  • Holton, A. E., Lewis, S. C. & Coddington, M. Interacting with audiences: Journalistic role conceptions, reciprocity, and perceptions about participation. Journalism Studies. (in press). In press, 01/2016.
  • Holton, A. E. Intrapreneurial informants: An emergent role of freelance journalists. Journalism Practice. (in press). In press, 01/2016.
  • Myrick, J., Holton, A. E., Himelboim, I., & Love, B. (2016). #Stupidcancer: Exploring a typology of social support and the role of emotional expression in a social media community. Health Communication, 31(5), 596-605. Published, 01/2016.
  • Chyi, I., Lee, A. & Holton, A. E. (2016). Examining the third-person perception on news consumers’ intention to pay. Electronic News, 10(1), 24-44. Published, 01/2016.
  • McKeever, B., McKeever, R., Holton, A. E. & Li, J.-Y. The silent majority: Childhood vaccinations and antecedents for communicative action. Mass Communication & Society. (in press). In press, 01/2016.
  • De Maeyer, J. & Holton, A. E. Why linking matters: A metajournalistic discourse analysis. Journalism. (in press). In press, 01/2016.
  • Holton, A. E. & Molyneux, L. Identity lost? The personal impact of brand journalism. Journalism. (in press). In press, 01/2016.
  • Myrick JG, Holton AE, Himelboim I & Love B (2015). #Stupidcancer: Exploring a Typology of Social Support and the Role of Emotional Expression in a Social Media Community. Health communication. Vol. 31, 596-605. Published, 12/01/2015.
  • De Maeyer, J. & Holton, A. E. (2015). Why linking matters: A metajournalistic discourse analysis. SAGE Publications. Published, 2015.
  • Dixon, Graham N., McKeever, Brooke Weberling, Holton, Avery E., Clarke, Christopher & Eosco, Gina (2015). The Power of a Picture: Overcoming Scientific Misinformation by Communicating Weight-of-Evidence Information with Visual Exemplars: The Power of a Picture. Wiley-Blackwell. , n/a-n/a. Published, 2015.
  • Wu, Y. P., Yi, J., McClellan, J., Tian, T., Grahmann, B., Kirchhoff, A. C., Holton, A. E. & Wright, J. (2015). Barriers and facilitators of healthy diet and exercise among adolescent and young adult cancer survivors: Implications for behavioral interventions. Journal of Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology, 4(4), 184-191. Published, 12/2015.
  • Clarke, Christopher E., Dixon, Graham N., Holton, Avery & McKeever, Brooke Weberling (2015). Including “Evidentiary Balance” in News Media Coverage of Vaccine Risk. Informa UK Limited. , 1-12. Published, 2015.
  • Holton, Avery & Molyneux, Logan (2015). Branding (Health) Journalism: Perceptions, practices, and emerging norms. Informa UK Limited. , 1-18. Published, 2015.
  • Holton, A. E., Coddington, M., Lewis, S. & Gil de Zuniga, H. (2015). Reciprocation and the news: The role of personal and social media reciprocity in news creation and consumption. International Journal of Communication, 9, 2526-2547. Published, 10/2015.
  • Holton, A. E., Lawson, S. & Love, C. (2015). Unmanned aerial vehicles: Opportunities, barriers, and the future of ‘drone journalism.’ Journalism Practice, 9(5), 634-650. Published, 09/2015.
  • Lawson, S., Love, C. & Holton, A. E. (2015). Eyes in the skies: First Amendment implications of the FAA drone ban as applied to journalists. Journal of Science and Law Technology (Boston University), 21(1). Published, 02/2015.
  • Commenting on health: A framing analysis of user comments in response to health articles online. Journal of Health Communication, 19(7), 825-37. Published, 08/2014.
    https://www.academia.edu/5815147/Commenting_on_Hea...
  • A threatening space? Stigmatization and the framing of autism in the news. Communication Studies, 65(2), 189-207. Published, 06/2014.
    https://www.academia.edu/6325430/A_Threatening_Spa...
  • When the gates swing open: Examining network gatekeeping in a social media setting. Mass Communication & Society, 17(2), 236-57. Published, 05/2014.
    https://www.academia.edu/4121271/When_the_Gates_Sw...
  • Seeking and sharing: Motivations for linking on Twitter. Communication Research Reports, 31(1), 33-40. Published, 05/2014.
    https://www.academia.edu/6046161/Seeking_and_Shari...
  • Reciprocal journalism: A concept of mutual exchange between journalists and audiences. Journalism Practice, 8(2), 229-241. Published, 05/2014.
    https://www.academia.edu/5403995/Reciprocal_Journa...
  • Topical punch: Health topics as drivers of idiosyncratic reader responses to online news articles. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 91(4), 725-739. Published, 04/2014.
    https://www.academia.edu/8394585/Topical_Punch_Hea...
  • Methodologies in e-Health research for low health literate audiences. Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, 19(3), 516-528. Published, 02/2014.
    https://www.academia.edu/6753503/eHealth_and_Healt...
  • Tweeting conventions: Political journalists’ use of Twitter to cover the 2012 presidential campaign. Journalism Studies, 15(6), 789-806. Published, 01/2014.
    https://www.academia.edu/4561127/Tweeting_Conventi...
  • Overcoming the effects of “falsely balanced” media coverage of health risks through attention to context. Health Communication. In press, 12/2013.
  • Commenting on health: A framing analysis of user comments in response to health articles online. Journal of Health Communication. In press, 12/2013.
    https://www.academia.edu/5815147/Commenting_on_Hea...
  • Seeking and sharing: Motivations for linking on Twitter. Communication Research Reports, 31(1), 33-40. In press, 12/2013.
    https://www.academia.edu/6046161/Seeking_and_Shari...
  • The politics of tweeting: Journalists’ use of Twitter during the 2012 presidential campaign. Journalism Studies. In press, 10/2013.
  • Whose news? Whose values? Citizen journalism and journalistic values through the lens of content creators and consumers. Journalism Practice, 7(6), 720-737. Published, 10/2013.
    https://www.academia.edu/2497342/Whose_News_Whose_...