Cornelia Mothes
Cornelia Mothes
Macromedia University of Applied Sciences, Leipzig
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Confirmation bias, ingroup bias, and negativity bias in selective exposure to political information
S Knobloch-Westerwick, C Mothes, N Polavin
Communication research 47 (1), 104-124, 2020
Political online information searching in Germany and the United States: Confirmation bias, source credibility, and attitude impacts
S Knobloch-Westerwick, C Mothes, BK Johnson, A Westerwick, ...
Journal of Communication 65 (3), 489-511, 2015
Detached or interventionist? Comparing the performance of watchdog journalism in transitional, advanced and non-democratic countries
M Márquez-Ramírez, C Mellado, ML Humanes, A Amado, D Beck, ...
The International Journal of Press/Politics 25 (1), 53-75, 2020
Sourcing pandemic news: A cross-national computational analysis of mainstream media coverage of COVID-19 on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
C Mellado, D Hallin, L Cárcamo, R Alfaro, D Jackson, ML Humanes, ...
Digital Journalism 9 (9), 1261-1285, 2021
Investigating the gap between newspaper journalists’ role conceptions and role performance in nine European, Asian, and Latin American countries
C Mellado, C Mothes, DC Hallin, ML Humanes, M Lauber, J Mick, H Silke, ...
The International Journal of Press/Politics 25 (4), 552-575, 2020
The dissonant self: Contributions from dissonance theory to a new agenda for studying political communication
W Donsbach, C Mothes
Annals of the International Communication Association 36 (1), 3-44, 2013
Perceptions of media performance: Expectation-evaluation discrepancies and their relationship with media-related and populist attitudes
N Fawzi, C Mothes
Media and Communication 8 (3), 335-347, 2020
Biased objectivity: An experiment on information preferences of journalists and citizens
C Mothes
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 94 (4), 1073-1095, 2017
What affects first-and second-level selective exposure to journalistic news? A social media online experiment
J Ohme, C Mothes
Journalism Studies 21 (9), 1220-1242, 2020
Privacy by disaster? Press coverage of privacy and digital technology
T von Pape, S Trepte, C Mothes
European Journal of Communication 32 (3), 189-207, 2017
Objektivität als professionelles Abgrenzungskriterium im Journalismus
C Mothes
Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, 2014
Partisan selective exposure in times of political and technological upheaval: A social media field experiment
C Mothes, J Ohme
Media and communication 7 (3), 42-53, 2019
Political influencers on YouTube: Business strategies and content characteristics
TS Fischer, C Kolo, C Mothes
Media and Communication 10 (1), 259-271, 2022
Mobile news learning—investigating political knowledge gains in a social media newsfeed with mobile eye tracking
J Ohme, E Maslowska, C Mothes
Political Communication 39 (3), 339-357, 2022
Vertrauen in Journalisten: Trends & Einflussfaktoren
AM Schielicke, C Mothes, W Donsbach
Von der Gutenberg-Galaxis zur Google-Galaxis. Alte und neue …, 2014
White Paper Selbstdatenschutz
M Karaboga, PK Masur, T Matzner, C Mothes, M Nebel, C Ochs, P Schütz, ...
The PFAD-HEC model: Impacts of news attributes and use motivations on selective news exposure
C Mothes, S Knobloch-Westerwick, GDH Pearson
Communication Theory 29 (3), 339-359, 2019
Measuring the link between professional role conceptions, perceived role enactment, and journalistic role performance across countries
C Mellado, C Mothes
Beyond journalistic norms: Role performance and news in comparative …, 2020
Assessing the Co-Occurrence of Professional Roles in the News: A Comparative Study in Six Advanced Democracies
ML Humanes, C Mellado, C Mothes, H Silke, P Raemy, N Panagiotou
International Journal of Communication 15, 22, 2021
If news is that important, it will find me
W Donsbach, M Rentsch, C Mothes, C Walter
Nachrichtennutzung und-wissen junger Menschen in Deutschland. Politische …, 2012
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