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Dr. Paromita Pain
Dr. Paromita Pain
Associate Professor, University of Nevada at Reno.
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‘You really have to have a thick skin’: A cross-cultural perspective on how online harassment influences female journalists
GM Chen, P Pain, VY Chen, M Mekelburg, N Springer, F Troger
Journalism 21 (7), 877-895, 2020
2682020
Principles of awareness-raising for information literacy: A case study
R Sayers
Communication and Information, UNESCO, 2006
1422006
Normalizing online comments
GM Chen, P Pain
Journalism Practice 11 (7), 876-892, 2017
832017
The president is in: Public opinion and the presidential use of Twitter
P Pain, G Masullo Chen
Social Media+ Society 5 (2), 2056305119855143, 2019
672019
“Hashtag feminism”: Activism or slacktivism?
GM Chen, P Pain, B Barner
Feminist approaches to media theory and research, 197-218, 2018
642018
Revisiting CGNet Swara and its Impact in Rural India
WT Marathe Meghana , O’Neill Jacki, Pain Paromita
The Seventh International Conference on Information and Communication …, 2015
57*2015
News on Facebook: How Facebook and newspapers build mutual brand loyalty through audience engagement
VY Chen, P Pain
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 98 (2), 366-386, 2021
462021
“It took me quite a long time to develop a voice”: Examining feminist digital activism in the Indian# MeToo movement
P Pain
New Media & Society 23 (11), 3139-3155, 2021
412021
Covering nipples: News discourse and the framing of breastfeeding
MA Bock, P Pain, JC Jhang
Feminist Media Studies 19 (1), 53-69, 2019
332019
This reporter is so Ugly, How can She Appear on TV? Negotiating gender online and offline in Taiwanese media
P Pain, V Chen
Journalism Practice 13 (2), 140-158, 2019
322019
ICT-enabled grievance redressal in Central India: A comparative analysis
M Marathe, J O'Neill, P Pain, W Thies
Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Information and …, 2016
222016
‘Everything is dimming out, little by little:’examining self-censorship among Venezuelan journalists
P Pain, E Korin
Communication Research and Practice 7 (1), 71-88, 2021
182021
# NastyWomen: Reclaiming the Twitterverse from misogyny
G Masullo Chen, P Pain, J Zhang
Mediating misogyny: Gender, technology, and harassment, 371-388, 2018
182018
Learning by Doing: Teaching Multimedia Journalism Through Coverage of the 50th Anniversary of Freedom Summer
P Pain, G Masullo Chen, CP Campbell
Journalism & Mass Communication Educator 71 (4), 400-412, 2016
172016
Educate. Empower. Revolt: Framing citizen journalism as a creator of social movements
P Pain
Journalism Practice 12 (7), 799-816, 2018
162018
LGBTQ digital cultures: A global perspective
P Pain
Routledge, 2022
152022
Over-sharing in a political sex scandal
GM Chen, P Pain, D Fadnis
Scandal in a digital age, 131-144, 2016
112016
The impact of social media in modern romantic relationships
NM Punyanunt-Carter, JS Wrench, VS Arias, M Bassick, JL Bevan, ...
Lexington Books, 2017
102017
Journalists and online comments
GM Chen, P Pain
Engaging the News Project, 2016
92016
Learning in times of COVID: Journalism education in Kashmir, India
P Pain, A Ahmed, M Zahra Khalid
Journalism & Mass Communication Educator 77 (1), 111-122, 2022
82022
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