James G Webster
James G Webster
Professor of Communication Studies, Northwestern University
Verified email at northwestern.edu
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The dynamics of audience fragmentation: Public attention in an age of digital media
JG Webster, TB Ksiazek
Journal of communication 62 (1), 39-56, 2012
5852012
Ratings analysis: Theory and practice
J Webster, PF Phalen, L Lichty
Routledge, 2005
532*2005
The mass audience: Rediscovering the dominant model
J Webster, PF Phalen
Routledge, 1997
400*1997
The marketplace of attention: How audiences take shape in a digital age
JG Webster
Mit Press, 2014
3942014
Beneath the veneer of fragmentation: Television audience polarization in a multichannel world
JG Webster
Journal of Communication 55 (2), 366-382, 2005
3752005
A theory of television program choice
JG Webster, JJ Wakshlag
Communication research 10 (4), 430-446, 1983
3641983
Media consumption across platforms: Identifying user-defined repertoires
H Taneja, JG Webster, EC Malthouse, TB Ksiazek
New media & society 14 (6), 951-968, 2012
2852012
News-seekers and avoiders: Exploring patterns of total news consumption across media and the relationship to civic participation
TB Ksiazek, EC Malthouse, JG Webster
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 54 (4), 551-568, 2010
2232010
The duality of media: A structurational theory of public attention
JG Webster
Communication theory 21 (1), 43-66, 2011
2102011
The audience
JG Webster
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 42 (2), 190-207, 1998
1801998
Audience behavior in the new media environment
JG Webster
Journal of communication 36 (3), 77-91, 1986
1431986
Program audience duplication: A study of television inheritance effects
JG Webster
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 29 (2), 121-133, 1985
1371985
The Internet audience: Web use as mass behavior
JG Webster, SF Lin
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 46 (1), 1-12, 2002
1212002
User information regimes: How social media shape patterns of consumption
JG Webster
Nw. UL Rev. 104, 593, 2010
1082010
Cultural proximity and audience behavior: The role of language in patterns of polarization and multicultural fluency
TB Ksiazek, JG Webster
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 52 (3), 485-503, 2008
1042008
Victim, consumer, or commodity? Audience models in communications policy: How the media create the audience
JG Webster
Audiencemaking: How the media create the audience, 19-37, 1994
961994
The role of structure in media choice
JG Webster
Media choice: A theoretical and empirical overview, 221-233, 2009
922009
Channel repertoires: Using peoplemeter data in Beijing
EJ Yuan, JG Webster
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 50 (3), 524-536, 2006
872006
Structural determinants of exposure to television: The case of repeat viewing
JG Webster, TY Wang
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 36 (2), 125-136, 1992
831992
Measuring exposure to television
JG Webster, J Wakshlag
Selective exposure to communication, 35-62, 1985
821985
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