Avery E. Holton
  • Department Chair, Communication
  • Associate Professor, Communication
  • Co-Research Coordinator, Center for Excellence in ELSI Research
  • Student Media Advisor, Communication

Research Keywords

  • Mutagenesis
  • Photonics
  • Floriculture
  • Superfluidity Physics

Presentations

  • Holton, A. E. (2019, October). Data, analytics, and misinformation: Extending lessons from research to pedagogy. Invited presentation to Data SKUP 2019. The Foundation for a Critical and Investigative Press. Oslo, Norway. , Presented, 2019.
  • Holton, A. E. (2019, October) Beyond bots: Metrics, AI, analytics, and misinformation in the newsroom. Invited presentation to the Artificial intelligence in Journalism: Implications on Practices, Profession and Competencies Symposium. The Artificial Intelligence Competence for Sweden Initiative. The University of Gothenburg. Gothenburg, Sweden. , Presented, 2019.
  • Holton, A. E., LaFollette, A., & Wellman, M. (2019, October). Exploring social media and screen time: A community dialogue. Invited presentation and panel coordination to Community Connections Inaugural Public Forum. Salt Lake City, UT. , Presented, 2019.
  • Randle, Q., Holton, A.E., & Norman, J. (2019, September). Drones on high: Uses and challenges of unmanned aerial vehicles in higher education. Invited presentation to the Journalism From Above 2.0 Workshop. Mid Sweden University. Sundsvall, Sweden. , Presented, 2019.
  • Holton, A. E. (2019, August). Panel presenter for “The Promise and Perils of Open Data.” Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Participatory Journalism Interest Group and Newspaper and Online News Division. Toronto, Canada. , Presented, 2019.
  • Holton, A. E. (2019, August). Panel presenter for “Committing Acts of Journalism: The Role of Regular Actors and Strangers in (Community) Journalism Practice.” Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Participatory Journalism Interest Group and Community Journalism Interest Group. Toronto, Canada. , Presented, 2019.
  • Holton, A.E. & Lawson, S. (2019, April). News from above 2.0: American drone journalism and FAA regulation. Invited presentation to the Journalism From Above Workshop. DEMICOM Research Center, Mid Sweden University. Sundsvall, Sweden. , Presented, 2019.
  • Holton, A.E. (2019, March). Strangers to the game: Unpacking journalism’s peripheral actors. Invited presentation to the Digital Journalism Research Group Fellowship Conference. Oslo Metropolitan University. Oslo, Norway. , Presented, 2019.
  • Holton, A. E. & McGregor, S. Getting dissed: The personalization, polarization, and weaponization of misinformation in the news. University of Utah Student Center for Public Trust and the University of Utah Eccles School of Business. Salt Lake City, UT. , Presented, 2018.
  • Holton, A. E. (2017, August). Examining ‘community’ and ‘participatory’ journalism. Panel presenter at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Participatory Journalism Interest Group. Chicago, IL. , Presented, 2017.
  • Holton, A. E. (2017, June). Social media as democratic expression and digital community building. Moderator for Berkeley Law’s Congress on Iceland’s Democracy. California Constitution Center, Berkeley Law, University of California. Berkeley, CA. , Presented, 2017.
  • Holton, A.E. (2017, April). Drones and the disruptive journalist. Panel presenter for “Robots, drones, virtual reality, and digital ethics.” Broadcast Education Association Conference. Las Vegas, NV. , Presented, 2017.
  • Lewis, S. C., Coddington, M., Usher, N., & Poepsel, M. (2016, August). Reciprocity and the communcal function of journalism. In Holton, A. E. (chair). Research panel for Participatory Journalism Interest Group and Community Journalism Interest Group, Association for Journalism and Mass Communication Conference. Minneapolis, MN. , Presented, 2016.
  • Holton, A.E. (2016, August). News Engagement Day: Professional engagement. Panel presenter for “News Engagement Day 2016: Extending NED’s to the election, the profession, and beyond.” Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference. Minneapolis, MN. , Presented, 2016.
  • Holton, A. E., Coddington, M., & Lewis, S. C. (2016, July). Reciprocity as a (digital) bridge for newspapers. Entrepreneurial Journalism Educators Summit. City University of New York. New York, NY. , Presented, 2016.
  • Holton, A. E. (2016, April). Virtual reality: Research, education, innovation. International Symposium on Online Journalism. University of Texas at Austin. Austin, TX. , Presented, 2016.
  • Holton, A. E. & Lazard, A. (2016, February). My self, my scars: Representations of cancer and gender on Instagram. Utah Symposium on the Digital Humanities. Utah Valley University. Orem, UT. , Presented, 2016.
  • Holton, A. E. (2015, December). #Cancer: A brief exploration of social and emotional exchange through social media. Public Health Grand Rounds. Department of Family and Preventative Medicine, University of Utah. Salt Lake City, UT. , Presented, 2015.
  • Holton, A. E. (2015, August). Brand You: Harnessing networked branding across emerging social media platforms. #UtahJCamp. Weber State University. Ogden, UT. , Presented, 2015.
  • Holton, Avery, Lewis, Seth, & Coddington, Mark (2014). Reciprocity in journalism: Concepts and challenges. International Symposium on Online Journalism. University of Texas at Austin. Austin, Texas. April 4-5. , Accepted, 2014.
  • Belair-Gagnon & Holton, A. E. (2019, May). Enactments from the edge: Beyond a conceptual lens for journalism’s peripheral actors. Paper presented to the International Communication Association Conference, Journalism Studies Division. Washington, DC. , Presented, 2019.
  • Norman, J., Holton, A. E., Randle, Q., Northup, T., & Sites, W. When toys become tools: teaching drones to media students. Panel presentation. National Communication Association Conference. Salt Lake City, UT. , Presented, 2018.
  • Boyles, J., McGregor, S. C., Himelboim, I., Vargo, C. J. (2015, August) Big Data, friend or foe? De-stigmatizing the use of big data to advance communication research. In Holton, A. E. (chair). PR&R panel for Communication Technology Division, Association for Journalism and Mass Communication Conference. San Francisco, CA. , Presented, 2015.
  • Chavez-Yenter, D., Vega A. S., Zamora G., Holton, A. E. & Kaphingst K. (2021, November). Characterizing U.S. Spanish-language news coverage of genetic testing. Paper presented to the National Communication Association, Latino/Latina Communication Studies Division. Seattle, WA. , Presented, 2021.
  • Zhang, B., Holton, A. E. & Gil de Zuniga, H. (2021, August). Discerning whether it’s ‘fake’ news: The relationship between social media use, political knowledge, epistemic political efficacy, and fake news literacy. Paper presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Newspaper and Online News Division. New Orleans, LA. , Presented, 2021.
  • Wang, Y. & Holton, A. E. (2021, August). Pride and protest: Intersectional work of queer community media. Paper presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Community Journalism Interest Group. New Orleans, LA. , Presented, 2021.
  • Holton, A. E., Belair-Gagnon, V., Bossio, D. & Molyneux, L. (2021, August). “When you’re out here on your own”: Journalists, harassment and news organization responses. Paper presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Participatory Journalism Interest Group. New Orleans, LA. , Presented, 2021.
  • Chavez-Yenter, D., Holton, A. E. & Kaphingst, K. (2021, August). “La Piedra Rosetta”: Content analysis of health-specific stories on genetic testing from Spanish-language news outlets. Paper presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Communicating Science, Health, Environment, and Risk (ComSHER) Division. New Orleans, LA. , Presented, 2021.
  • Wellman, M., Holton, A. E. & Kaphingst, K. (2021, August). Previvorship: How individuals with genetic predispositions for breast cancer present their experiences across social media platforms. Paper presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Communicating Science, Health, Environment, and Risk (ComSHER) Division. New Orleans, LA. , Presented, 2021.
  • Chavez-Yenter, D., Vega A. S., Zamora G., Holton, A. E. & Kaphingst K. (2021, May). Characterizing U.S. Spanish-language news coverage of genetic testing: A review of the past 12 years of coverage from Univision and Telemundo. Paper presented the International Conference Association Preconference - Digital Media in Latinx and Latin America. Virtually held. , Presented, 2021.
  • Chavez-Yenter, D., Vega A. S., Zamora G., Holton, A. E. & Kaphingst K. (2021, April). A content analysis of health-specific stories of genetic testing from U.S. national Spanish-language news outlets. Paper presented to the National Human Genome Research Institute Research Training and Career Development Annual Meeting. Virtually held. , Presented, 2021.
  • Holton, A. E. & Belair-Gagnon, V. (2019, September). Outsider enactments: Peripheral journalists and enactments of journalism. Paper presented to the Future of Journalism Conference. Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK. , Presented, 2019.
  • Belair-Gagnon, V., Steinke, A. & Holton, A. E. (2019, September). Lagging innovation: Positioning change in journalism. Paper presented to the Future of Journalism Conference. Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK. , Presented, 2019.
  • Norman, J., Holton, A. E. & Randle, Q. (2019, August). Drones on high: Uses and challenges of incorporating unmanned aerial vehicles into higher education. Paper presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Scholastic Division. *Top Faculty Paper (1st Place). , Presented, 2019.
  • Bossio, D. & Holton, A. E. (2019, May). Burning out and disconnecting: An international perspective on journalists’ disconnection strategies on social media. Paper presented to the International Communication Association Conference, Journalism Studies Division. Washington, DC. , Presented, 2019.
  • Holton, A. E., Jackson, J. R. & DeFriez, J. (2019, May). Beyond breakthrough: Discourse and communities around Genetic testing on Twitter. Paper presented to the International Communication Association Conference, Health Communication Division. Washington, DC. , Presented, 2019.
  • DeFriez, J., Holton, A. E. & Jackson, J. R. (2019, April) Tweeting genes: (Mis)Information and social network communities around genetic testing. Paper presented to the D. C. Health Communication Conference. Washington, DC. , Presented, 2019.
  • Molyneux, L., Lewis, S. C., & Holton, A. E. Exploring a branding alignment typology: Influences on individual, organizational, and institutional forms of journalistic branding. Paper presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Newspaper and Online News Division. Washington, DC. *Top Faculty Paper (3rd place-tie). , Presented, 2018.
  • Holton, A. E. & Belair-Gagnon, V. Strangers to the game? Interlopers, intralopers, and shifting news production. Paper presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Newspaper and Online News Division. Washington, DC. , Presented, 2018.
  • Hinsley, A. & Holton, A. E. Fake news cues: Examining content, source, and typology cues in identifying mis- and disinformation. Paper presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Newspaper and Online News Division. Washington, DC. , Presented, 2018.
  • Lee, A., Holton, A. E., & Chen, V. Re-examining news overload: Effects of content characteristics and news topics on selective scanning and avoidance. Paper presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Newspaper and Online News Division. Washington, DC. *Top Faculty Paper (3rd place-tie). , Presented, 2018.
  • Bossio, D. & Holton, A. E. Changing media, shifting identities: Journalists and representations of professional identity on social media. Paper presented to the International Association for Media and Communication Research Conference. Eugene, OR. , Presented, 2018.
  • Molyneux, L., Holton, A. E., Lewis, S. C. Be you, but also be us: Drivers of branding activity among journalists. Paper presented to the International Association for Media and Communication Research Conference. Eugene, OR. , Presented, 2018.
  • Bossio, D. & Holton, A. E. The Identity Dilemma: An international perspective on journalistic identity drivers and decisions. Paper presented to the International Communication Association Pre-Conference on Audience Analytics. Prague, Czech Republic. , Presented, 2018.
  • Belair-Gagnon, V. & Holton, A. E. Boundary work, interloper media, and numbers in newsrooms. Paper presented to the International Communication Association Pre-Conference on Audience Analytics. Prague, Czech Republic. , Presented, 2018.
  • Holton, A. E. and Norman, J. Rules and risks in teaching new technologies: Two approaches to engaging drones in the classroom. Educause Learning Initiative (ELI) Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA. , Presented, 2018.
  • Canary, H., Holton, A.E., & Clark, Y. K. (2017, November). Structurating Expanded Genetic Carrier Screening: A longitudinal analysis of online news coverage. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Conference. Dallas, TX. , Presented, 2017.
  • Belair-Gagnon, V. & Holton, A.E. (2017, September). Contested boundaries and web analytics companies in news production. Paper presented at the Future of Journalism Conference. Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK. , Presented, 2017.
  • Coddington, M., Lewis, S.C., & Holton, A. E. (2017, September). The role of reciprocity in participatory journalism: Evaluating a concept. Paper presented at the Future of Journalism Conference. Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK. , Presented, 2017.
  • Lough, K. T., Molyneux, L., & Holton, A. E. (2017, August). The whole picture: Journalistic identity practices in words and pictures on Twitter. Paper presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Newspaper and Online News Division. Chicago, IL. , Presented, 2017.
  • Lazard, A., Holton, A.E., Zenner, S., Wilner, T. (2017, August). Cancer self representations: Gender portrayals on Instagram. Paper presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Health Communication Division. Chicago, IL. , Presented, 2017.
  • Parsloe, S. & Holton, A.E. (2016, November). #Boycottautismspeaks: Communicating a counternarrative through cyberactivism and connective action. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Conference, Disabilties Studies Caucus. Philadelphia, PA. *Top Faculty Paper Honors. , Presented, 2016.
  • Molyneux, L., Holton, A. E., Lewis, S. C. (2016, August). Journalistic identity as branding: Individual, organizational, and institutional considerations. Paper presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Newspaper and Online News Division. Minneapolis, MN. *Top Faculty Paper Honors. , Presented, 2016.
  • Holton, A. E., Canary, H., & Wong, B. (2016, June). Business and breakthrough: Framing (expanded) genetic carrier screening for the public. Paper presented at the International Communication Association Conference, Journalism Studies Division. Fukuoka, Japan. , Presented, 2016.
  • Lazard, A. & Holton, A. E. (2016, June). My cancer, my image: Implicit communication of cancer and gender in Instagram self-representations. Paper presented at the Visual Communication Conference. Salt Lake City, UT. , Presented, 2016.
  • Holton, A. E., Lee, A., & Chen, V. (2016, June). Extending explications of news overload: Effects of content and topic specific factors on selective scanning and news avoidance. Paper presented at the International Communication Association Conference, Journalism Studies Division. Fukuoka, Japan. , Presented, 2016.
  • McGregor, S. & Holton, A. E. (2016, April). Vaccine networks: Examining acute and perpetual networks and discourse on Twitter. Presented at the 7th Annual McCombs Healthcare Symposium. The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX. , Presented, 2016.
  • Holton, A. E., Canary, H., & Wong, B. (2016, April). Business, breakthrough, and silent sources: News media portrayals of genetic expanded carrier screening. Presented at the 7th Annual McCombs Healthcare Symposium. The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX. , Presented, 2016.
  • Holton, A. E. & Lazard, A. (2016, February). Representing cancer: Implicit communication of cancer and gender on Instagram. Presented at the Media+Health Symposium. Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA. , Presented, 2016.
  • Jensen, J. D., Holton, A. E., Krakow, M., Weaver, J., Donovan, E. & Tavtigian, S. (2015, November). Intentions to take low-dose aspirin for colorectal cancer prevention: Findings from the translating research into action study. Presented at the 100th annual meeting of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV. , Presented, 2015.
  • Samhouri, M., Holton, A. E., Mooney, R., & Wu, Y. (2015, October). Use of social media to seek health information in adolescent and young adult cancer survivors. Presented at the annual Translating Cancer Epidemiology: From Cells to Clinic and Populations. Huntsman Cancer Institute, Salt Lake City, UT. , Presented, 2015.
  • Holton, A. E., Lewis, S.C. & Coddington, M. (2015, September). Interacting with audiences: role conceptions, reciprocity, and journalistic perceptions about participation. Presented at Future of Journalism Conference. Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK. , Presented, 2015.
  • Holton, A. E. (2015, September). Saving Health Journalism? Freelance journalists as intrapreneurial innovators in a time of newsroom crisis. Presented at Future of Journalism Conference, Cardiff University, UK. , Presented, 2015.
  • Coddington, M., Holton, A. E. & Lewis, S. C. (2015, May). Reciprocation and Participation: The role of reciprocity in participatory journalism. Presented at International Communication Association Conference, Journalism Studies Division. San Juan, PR. , Presented, 2015.
  • McKeever, B., McKeever, R., Holton, A. E. & Li, J. (2015, August). The silent majority: Childhood vaccinations and antecedents for communicative action. Presented at Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Communicating Science, Health, Environment, and Risk (ComSHER) Division. San Francisco, CA. , Presented, 2015.
  • Holton, Avery, & Molyneux, Logan (2015, May). Identity lost? The personal impact of brand journalism. Presented at International Communication Association Conference, Journalism Studies Division. San Juan, PR. *Top Faculty Paper. , Presented, 2015.
  • Holton, A. E., Lewis, S. C. & Coddington, M. (2015, February). Reciprocal me: Journalism and the new engagement. Presented at Re-Inventing Journalism. Zurich University of Applied Sciences. Winterthur, Switzerland. , Presented, 2015.
  • Holton, Avery (2014). Reciprocal journalism. Rethinking Journalism II: The Societal Role & Relevance of Journalism in a Digital Age. Centre for Media and Journalism Studies, University of Groningen. Groningen, Netherlands. January 25-26. , Presented, 2014.
  • Holton, Avery & Molyneux, Logan (2014) Branding (health) journalism. Paper presented to the International Symposium on Online Journalism. Austin, TX. April 4-5. , Accepted, 2014.
  • Holton, Avery & Molyneux, Logan (2014) Branding health journalism. Perceptions, practices, and emerging norms. Paper presented to the International Communication Association Conference, Seattle, WA, May 22-26. , Accepted, 2014.
  • Holton, Avery (2014). Organizer of the panel entitled, #Net-work: The Transformative Role of Social Networks in the News. Accepted by the Newspaper and Online News Division and co-sponsored by the Electronic News Division, for presentation at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Montreal, Canada, August 2014. , Accepted, 2014.
  • Holton, Avery & McElroy, Kathleen (2014). Black girls in search of 140 characters: Twitter as rhetorical expression. Presentation on the panel entitled, What It Means to be a Woman Online, for presentation at the 16th Biennial Rhetoric Society of America Conference, San Antonio, TX. May 25. , Accepted, 2013.
  • Holton, Avery, Farrell, Laura, & Fudge, Julie (2013). A threatening space? Stigmatization and the framing of autism in the news media. Paper presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Communicating Science, Health, Environment, & Risk (ComSHER) Division. Washington, D.C. August 8-11. *Top paper honors. , Presented, 2013.
  • Suran, Melissa, Holton, Avery, & Coleman, Renita (2013). Topical punch: The idiosyncratic relationship between framing, health topic and how readers respond to online articles Paper presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference, Communicating Science, Health, Environment, & Risk (ComSHER) Division. Washington, D.C. August 8-11. , Presented, 2013.
  • Holton, Avery, Baek, Kang, Yaschur, Carolyn, & Coddington, Mark (2013). Motives for linking on Twitter: Reciprocity and communality in a digital space. Paper presented to the International Communication Association Conference, Communication and Technology Division. London. June 17-21. , Presented, 2013.
  • Lawrence, Regina, Molyneux, Logan, Coddington, Mark, & Holton, Avery (2013). Tweeting conventions: Political journalists’ use of Twitter to cover the 2012 presidential campaign. Paper presented to the International Communication Association Conference, Political Communication Division. London. June 17-21. , Presented, 2013.
  • Holton, Avery & Lee, Angela (2013). When sickness closes in: Drivers of a proactive behavior during a health crisis. Paper presented to the International Communication Association Conference, Health Communication Division. London. June 17-21. , Presented, 2013.
  • Mooney, R., Tulley-Bahe, M., Grahmann, B., Gardner, E., Haskins, C., Yi, J., Holton, A. E., Spraker-Perlman, H., Fluchel, M., Wu, Y. (2015, October). The use of social media among parents of children with cancer. Presented at the annual Translating Cancer Epidemiology: From Cells to Clinic and Populations. Huntsman Cancer Institute, Salt Lake City, UT. Poster, Presented, 2015.
  • Mooney, R., McPhail, J., Wilson, A., Holton, A. E., Hung, M., Samhouri, M., Spraker-Perlman, H., Fluchel, M. & Wu, Y. (2015, April). The importance of involving family members in promoting healthy lifestyles: Behaviors for young adult cancer survivors. Presented at Society of Pediatric Psychology Annual Conference. San Diego, CA. Poster, Presented, 2015.

Research Groups

  • Communicating Science and Health in Social Media, . Communication. 2015 - present.
  • Utah Center for Excellence in ELSI Research, . Multiple, UCEER. 2015 - present.
  • Utah Center for Excellence in ELSI Research (UCEER), . Health Sciences. 2015 - 2019. Awards/Scholarships/Stipends: 2016 National Institutes of Health and National Human Genome Research Institute RM1 funding to support research focused on issues relevant to population screening for genetic conditions including effective traditional and social media communication and digital community construction. Primary Investigator, Jeffrey Botkin. Co-Investigator/Project Lead. $3,880,000 .
  • Networked Health Lab, . Communication. 2014 - present. Awards/Scholarships/Stipends: $10,000 start-up.

Grants, Contracts & Research Gifts

  • Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation: Improving Iron Uptake in India. PI: - 2020. Total project budget to date:
  • Mapping the Genetics Communication Circuit: Genetic Counseling, Family Conversations, and Information Seeking Behaviors. PI: - 2020. Total project budget to date:
  • The University of Utah Center for Excellence in ELSI Research (UCEER). PI: - 2020. Total project budget to date:
  • Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism Special Project. PI: - 2016. Total project budget to date:
  • The University of Utah Center for Excellence in ELSI Research (UCEER) Grant. PI: - 2015. Total project budget to date:
  • Networked Health Lab. PI: - 2013. Total project budget to date:
  • Funding for Smart Reporting: Innovations in News Coverage. PI: - 2013. Total project budget to date:

Publications

  • Belair-Gagnon, V. & Holton, A. E. (date unknown). The Two Faces of Janus: Web Analytics Companies and the Shifting Culture of News.. Journalism Research in Practice: Perspectives on Change, Challenges, and Solutions. Accepted, .
  • Holton, A. E. (date unknown). Intrapreneurial Informants: An emergent role of freelance journalists.. Routledge. Accepted, .
  • Holton, A. E., Lewis, S. C. & Coddington, M. (date unknown). Interacting with Audiences: Journalistic role conceptions, reciprocity, and perceptions about participation. Routledge. Accepted, .
  • Holton, A. E. (date unknown). Intrapreneurial Informants: An emergent role of freelance journalists. The Future of Journalism: Risks, Threats and Opportunities. Accepted, .
  • Holton, A. E., Lewis, S. C. & Coddington, M. (date unknown). Interacting with audiences: Journalistic role conceptions, reciprocity, and perceptions about participation. The Future of Journalism: Risks, Threats and Opportunities. Accepted, .
  • Belair-Gagnon, V. and Holton, A. E. (date unknown). Boundary work, interloper media, and analytics in newsrooms: An analysis of the roles of web analytics companies in news production. Measurable Journalism. Accepted, .
  • Belair Gagnon, Valerie (date unknown). The Two Faces of Janus: Web Analytics Companies and the Shifting Culture of News. Journalism Research in Practice: Perspectives on Change, Challenges, and Solutions. Accepted, .
  • Avery E. Holton (date unknown). Social media and journalistic branding. The Routledge Handbook of Developments in Digital Journalism Studies. Accepted, .
  • Holton, A. E. & Molyneux, L. (date unknown). Social media and journalistic branding. The Routledge Handbook of Developments in Digital Journalism Studies. Accepted, .
  • Wellman, Mariah (date unknown). Instagram. The International Encyclopedia of Journalism. Accepted, .
  • Holton, Avery E. (date unknown). Drone Journalism. The International Encyclopedia of Mass Media and Society. Accepted, .
  • Jackson, Jennifer (date unknown). Bylines. The International Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies. Accepted, .
  • Jackson, J. & Holton, A. E. (date unknown). Bylines. The International Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies. Accepted, .
  • Holton, A. E., Belair-Gagnon, V., & Westlund, O. (date unknown). Peripheral Actors in Journalism: Agents of Change in Journalism Culture and Practice. Special Editors for Special Issue of Media and Communication. Accepted, .
  • Holton, A. E., Lawson, S. & Jackson, J. (date unknown). Drone Journalism. Sage International Encyclopedia of Mass Media and Society. Accepted, .
  • Holton, Avery E. (date unknown). Peripheral Actors in Journalism: Agents of Change in Journalism Culture and Practice. Vol. 7. Media and Communication. Accepted, .
  • Jennifer Jackson (date unknown). Bylines. The International Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies. Accepted, .
  • Valerie Belair-Gagnon (date unknown). Algorithmic Advocates: Emerging roles of web analytics companies in journalism. Digital Journalism. Accepted, .
  • Avery E. Holton (date unknown). Drone Journalism. Sage International Encyclopedia of Mass Media and Society. Accepted, .
  • Holton, A. E. & Belair-Gagnon, V. (date unknown). When product (managers) rule the newsroom. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly. Accepted, .
  • Belair-Gagnon, V., Holton, A. E., & Westlund, O. (date unknown). Space for the liminal. Journal of Media & Communication. Accepted, .
  • Avery E. Holton (date unknown). Strangers to the game: Interlopers, intralopers, and the emergence of a new journalistic field. Media and Communication. Accepted, .
  • Heather Canary (date unknown). Structurating Expanded Genetic Carrier Screening: A longitudinal analysis of online news coverage. Health Communication. Accepted, .
  • De Maeyer, J. (date unknown). Why linking matters: A metajournalistic discourse analysis. SAGE Publications. Accepted, .
  • Myrick JG, Holton AE, Himelboim I, Love B (date unknown). #Stupidcancer: Exploring a Typology of Social Support and the Role of Emotional Expression in a Social Media Community. Health communication. Vol. 31, 596-605. Accepted, .
  • Holton, Avery (date unknown). Branding (Health) Journalism: Perceptions, practices, and emerging norms. Informa UK Limited. 1-18. Accepted, .
  • AVERY E. HOLTON (date unknown). 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. Accepted, .
  • Clarke, Christopher E. (date unknown). Including “Evidentiary Balance” in News Media Coverage of Vaccine Risk. Informa UK Limited. 1-12. Accepted, .
  • Dixon, Graham N. (date unknown). 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. Accepted, .
  • Chris Clarke (date unknown). Overcoming the effects of “falsely balanced” media coverage of health risks through attention to context. Health Communication. Accepted, .
  • Avery E. Holton (date unknown). Seeking and sharing: Motivations for linking on Twitter. Communication Research Reports, 31(1), 33-40. Accepted, .
  • Avery E. Holton (date unknown). Commenting on health: A framing analysis of user comments in response to health articles online. Journal of Health Communication. Accepted, .
  • Lee, A., Holton, A. E. & Chen, V. (date unknown). Unpacking overload: Examining the impact of content characteristics and news topics on news overload. Journal of Applied Journalism and Media Studies. Accepted, .
  • Belair-Gagnon, V. & Holton, A. E. (date unknown). The two faces of Janus: Web analytics companies and the shifting culture of news. Journalism Practice. Accepted, .
  • Kyser Lough (date unknown). A cleaerer picture: Journalistic identity practices in words and images on Twitter. Journalism Practice. Accepted, .
  • Diamond Smith, Nadia (date unknown). Addressing anemia among women in India: An informed intervention using Facebook Ad Manager. Health. Accepted, .
  • Wang, Steven (date unknown). The technologization of news acts in networked news participation: LGBT self-media in China. International Journal of Communication. Accepted, .
  • Wilner, Tamar (date unknown). Breast cancer prevention and treatment: Misinformation on Pinterest. American Journal of Public Health. Accepted, .
  • Bossio, D. & Holton, A. E. (date unknown). Disconnection: Journalists’ strategies for disconnecting and reconnecting with journalism. Journalism. Accepted, .
  • Molyneux, L., Lewis, S. C. & Holton, A. E. (date unknown). Media work, identity, and motivations that shape branding practices among journalists: An explanatory framework. New Media & Society. Accepted, .
  • Zamith, R., Belair-Gagnon, V. & Holton, A. E. (date unknown). Role orientations and audience metrics in newsrooms: An examination of journalistic perceptions and their drivers. Digital Journalism. Accepted, .
  • Kent de Grey, R. G., Uchino, B. N., Baucom, B. R. W., Smith, T. W., Holton, A. E. & Diener, E. F. (date unknown). Enemies and friends in high-tech places: The development and validation of the Online Social Experiences Measure. Digital Health. Accepted, .
  • Bossio, D. & Holton, A. E. (date unknown). The Identity Dilemma: Identity drivers, decision making, and social media fatigue in journalism. Popular Communication. Vol. 16, 248-262. Accepted, .
  • Lough, K., Molyneux, L. & Holton, A. E. (date unknown). A clearer picture: Journalistic identity practices in words and images on Twitter. Journalism Practice. Vol. 12, 1277-1291. Accepted, .
  • Holton, A. E.& Belair-Gagnon, V. (date unknown). Strangers to the game: Explicating journalism’s peripheral workers. Media and Communication. Vol. 6, 70-78. Accepted, .
  • AVERY E. HOLTON (date unknown). 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. Accepted, .
  • Regina Lawrence (date unknown). The politics of tweeting: Journalists’ use of Twitter during the 2012 presidential campaign. Journalism Studies. Accepted, .
  • Avery E. Holton (date unknown). Whose news? Whose values? Citizen journalism and journalistic values through the lens of content creators and consumers. Journalism Practice, 7(6), 720-737. Accepted, .
  • Molyneux, L., Holton, A. E., & Lewis, S. C. (date unknown). How journalists engage in branding on Twitter: Individual, organizational, and institutional levels. Information, Communication, & Society. Vol. 21, 1386-1401. Accepted, .
  • Parsloe, S. & Holton, A. E. (date unknown). #Boycottautismspeaks: Communicating a counternarrative through cyberactivism and connective action. Information, Communication, & Society. Vol. 21, 1116-1131. Accepted, .
  • AVERY E. HOLTON (date unknown). 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. Accepted, .
  • Avery E. Holton (date unknown). Business and breakthrough: Framing (expanded) genetic carrier screening for the public. Health Communication. Accepted, .
  • Avery Holton (date unknown). Commenting on health: A framing analysis of user comments in response to health articles online. Journal of Health Communication, 19(7), 825-37. Accepted, .
  • Clark, Lauren (date unknown). Family sense-making after a down syndrome diagnosis. Qualitative Health Research. Accepted, .
  • Coddington, M., Lewis, S. C., & Holton, A. E. (date unknown). Measuring and evaluating reciprocal journalism as a concept. Journalism Practice. Vol. 12, 1039-1050. Accepted, .
  • R. Mooney (date unknown). 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. Accepted, .
  • Holton, Avery E. (date unknown). When product (managers) rule the newsroom. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly. Accepted, .
  • Avery Holton (date unknown). A threatening space? Stigmatization and the framing of autism in the news. Communication Studies, 65(2), 189-207. Accepted, .
  • Canary, H., Clark, Y. & Holton, A. E. (date unknown). Structurating Expanded Genetic Carrier Screening: A longitudinal analysis of online news coverage. Health Communication. Vol. 23, 534-541. Accepted, .
  • Avery Holton (date unknown). Seeking and sharing: Motivations for linking on Twitter. Communication Research Reports, 31(1), 33-40. Accepted, .
  • Mark Coddington (date unknown). When the gates swing open: Examining network gatekeeping in a social media setting. Mass Communication & Society, 17(2), 236-57. Accepted, .
  • Seth Lewis (date unknown). Reciprocal journalism: A concept of mutual exchange between journalists and audiences. Journalism Practice, 8(2), 229-241. Accepted, .
  • Logan Molyneux (date unknown). How journalists engage in branding on social media: Individual, organizational, and institutional levels. International Journal of Communication. Accepted, .
  • Bossio, Diana (date unknown). Disconnection: Journalists’ strategies for disconnecting and reconnecting with journalism. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly. Accepted, .
  • AVERY E. HOLTON (date unknown). 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. Accepted, .
  • Melissa Suran (date unknown). Topical punch: Health topics as drivers of idiosyncratic reader responses to online news articles. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 91(4), 725-739. Accepted, .
  • Belair-Gagnon, V. & Holton, A. E. (date unknown). Boundary work, interloper media, and analytics in the newsroom. Digital Journalism. Vol. 6, 492-508. Accepted, .
  • Sarah Parsloe (date unknown). #Boycottautismspeaks: Communicating counternarrative through cyberactivism and connective action. International Journal of Communication. Accepted, .
  • Hinsley, Amber (date unknown). Fake news cues: Examining the impact of content, source and typology cues in identifying mis- and disinformation. International Journal of Communication. Vol. 15, 4984-5003. Accepted, .
  • Bossio, Diana (date unknown). Burnout out and turning off: Journalists’ disconnection strategies on social media. Journalism. Vol. 22, 2475-2492. Accepted, .
  • Belair-Gagnon, Valerie (date unknown). Products, power, and positionality: Offering a product-engagement power perspective for newsrooms. Digital Journalism. Accepted, .
  • Holton, Avery E. (date unknown). The human side of (news) engagement: Emotion, platform and individual agency. Digital Journalism. Vol. 9, 1184-1189. Accepted, .
  • Avery E. Holton (date unknown). Identity lost? The personal impact of brand journalism. Journalism. Accepted, .
  • AVERY E. HOLTON (date unknown). 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). Accepted, .
  • Mike Mackert (date unknown). Methodologies in e-Health research for low health literate audiences. Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, 19(3), 516-528. Accepted, .
  • Zamith, Rodrigo (date unknown). Role orientations and audience metrics in newsrooms: An examination of journalistic perceptions and their drivers. Digital Journalism. Accepted, .
  • AVERY E. HOLTON (date unknown). 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. Accepted, .
  • AVERY E. HOLTON (date unknown). 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. Accepted, .
  • AVERY E. HOLTON (date unknown). Holton, A. E., Lewis, S. C. & Coddington, M. Interacting with audiences: Journalistic role conceptions, reciprocity, and perceptions about participation. Journalism Studies. (in press). Accepted, .
  • AVERY E. HOLTON (date unknown). De Maeyer, J. & Holton, A. E. Why linking matters: A metajournalistic discourse analysis. Journalism. (in press). Accepted, .
  • AVERY E. HOLTON (date unknown). Holton, A. E. Intrapreneurial informants: An emergent role of freelance journalists. Journalism Practice. (in press). Accepted, .
  • AVERY E. HOLTON (date unknown). 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). Accepted, .
  • Regina Lawrence (date unknown). Tweeting conventions: Political journalists’ use of Twitter to cover the 2012 presidential campaign. Journalism Studies, 15(6), 789-806. Accepted, .
  • Holton, A. E., Norman, J. & Randle, Q (date unknown). Drones: Uses and challenges of unmanned aerial vehicles in higher education. University Risk Management & Insurance Association. Accepted, .
  • Belair-Gagnon, V. & Holton, A. E. (date unknown). Invited book review of Online Journalism from the Periphery: Interloper Media and the Journalistic Field by Scott Eldridge II. Digital Journalism. Accepted, .