Valerie Barker
Valerie Barker
School of Journalism & Media Studies, SDSU
Verified email at sdsu.edu
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Older adolescents' motivations for social network site use: The influence of gender, group identity, and collective self-esteem
V Barker
Cyberpsychology & behavior 12 (2), 209-213, 2009
9352009
The English‐only movement: A communication analysis of changing perceptions of language vitality
V Barker, H Giles, K Noels, J Duck, ML Hecht, R Clément
Journal of Communication 51 (1), 3-37, 2001
1492001
A generational comparison of social networking site use: The influence of age and social identity
V Barker
The International Journal of Aging and Human Development 74 (2), 163-187, 2012
1182012
Mixi diary versus Facebook photos: Social networking site use among Japanese and Caucasian American females
V Barker, H Ota
Journal of Intercultural Communication Research 40 (1), 39-63, 2011
1012011
An examination of the validity of the Subjective Vitality Questionnaire
JR Abrams, V Barker, H Giles
Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 30 (1), 59-72, 2009
972009
English-only policies: Perceived support and social limitation
V Barker, H Giles
Language & Communication 24 (1), 77-95, 2004
752004
Inter-and Intragroup Perspectives on Intergenerational Communication.
V Barker, H Giles, J Harwood
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, 2004
742004
Communication accommodation: Law enforcement and the public
H Giles, J Fortman, R Dailey, V Barker, C Hajek, MC Anderson, NO Rule
Applied interpersonal communication matters: Family, health, and community …, 2006
662006
Who supports the English-only movement?: Evidence for misconceptions about Latino group vitality
V Barker, H Giles
Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 23 (5), 353-370, 2002
622002
New contexts for relational communication in groups
VE Barker, JR Abrams, V Tiyaamornwong, DR Seibold, A Duggan, ...
Small Group Research 31 (4), 470-503, 2000
602000
Police-civilian interaction, compliance, accommodation, and trust in an intergroup context: International data
V Barker, H Giles, C Hajek, H Ota, K Noels, TS Lim, LB Somera
Journal of International and Intercultural Communication 1 (2), 93-112, 2008
462008
Communicative dynamics of police-civilian encounters: South African and American interethnic data
C Hajek, V Barker, H Giles, S Makoni, L Pecchioni, J Louw-Potgieter, ...
Journal of Intercultural Communication Research 35 (3), 161-182, 2006
392006
Harnessing peer potency: Predicting positive outcomes from social capital affinity and online engagement with participatory websites
V Barker, DM Dozier, AS Weiss, DL Borden
new media & society 17 (10), 1603-1623, 2015
372015
Young adults' reactions to grandparent painful self-disclosure: The influence of grandparent sex and overall motivations for communication
V Barker
The International Journal of Aging and Human Development 64 (3), 195-215, 2007
362007
Accommodation and Institutional Talk: Communicative Dimensions of Police—Civilian Interactions
H Giles, C Hajek, V Barker, MC Lin, YB Zhang, ML Hummert, ...
Language, discourse and social psychology, 131-159, 2007
352007
Diasporic communication: Cultural deviance and accommodation among Tibetan exiles in India
T Dorjee, H Giles, V Barker
Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 32 (4), 343-359, 2011
322011
Integrating the communicative predicament and enhancement of aging models: The case of older Native Americans
V Barker, H Giles
Health Communication 15 (3), 255-275, 2003
302003
Facebook “friends”: Effects of social networking site intensity, social capital affinity, and flow on reported knowledge-gain
V Barker, DM Dozier, AS Weiss, DL Borden
The Journal of Social Media in Society 2 (2), 2013
292013
Expressed trust and compliance in police‐civilian encounters: the role of communication accommodation in Chinese and American settings
C Hajek, H Giles, V Barker, MC Lin, YB Zhang, M Lee Hummert
Chinese journal of communication 1 (2), 168-180, 2008
282008
Interdependent self-construal, self-efficacy, and community involvement as predictors of perceived knowledge gain among MMORPG players
T Hopp, V Barker, A Schmitz Weiss
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 18 (8), 468-473, 2015
222015
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