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Omotayo O.  Banjo
Omotayo O. Banjo
Associate Professor of Communication, University of Cincinnati
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Critical media effects framework: Bridging critical cultural communication and media effects through power, intersectionality, context, and agency
S Ramasubramanian, OO Banjo
Journal of Communication 70 (3), 379-400, 2020
1002020
Cell phone usage and social interaction with proximate others: Ringing in a theoretical model
O Banjo, Y Hu, SS Sundar
The Open Communication Journal 2 (1), 2008
752008
What are you laughing at? Examining White identity and enjoyment of Black entertainment
O Banjo
Journal of broadcasting & electronic media 55 (2), 137-159, 2011
532011
Co-viewing effects of ethnic-oriented programming: An examination of in-group bias and racial comedy exposure
OO Banjo, O Appiah, Z Wang, C Brown, WO Walther
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 92 (3), 662-680, 2015
412015
For us only? Examining the effect of viewing context on black audiences’ perceived influence of black entertainment
OO Banjo
Media Across the African Diaspora, 163-187, 2018
292018
Outsourcing Postracialism: Voicing Neoliberal Multiculturalism in Outsourced
DC Oh, OO Banjo
Communication Theory 22 (4), 449-470, 2012
292012
A house divided? Christian music in black and white
OO Banjo, KM Williams
Journal of Media and Religion 10 (3), 115-137, 2011
282011
Content analysis of the portrayal of White characters in Black films across two decades
OO Banjo, NA Jennings
Mass Communication and Society 20 (2), 281-309, 2017
232017
Experiencing racial humor with outgroups: A psychophysiological examination of co-viewing effects
OO Banjo, Z Wang, O Appiah, C Brown, W Walther-Martin, J Tchernev, ...
Media Psychology 20 (4), 607-631, 2017
152017
Behind the Music: Exploring Audiences' Attitudes toward Gospel and Contemporary Christian Music.
OO Banjo, KM Williams
Journal of Communication & Religion 37 (3), 2014
152014
The wannabe, the man, and whitebread: Portrayals of whiteness in Black films
O Banjo, T Fraley
Western Journal of Black Studies 38 (1), 42, 2014
152014
From where we stand: Exploring Christian listeners’ social location and Christian music listening
KM Williams, OO Banjo
Journal of Media and Religion 12 (4), 196-216, 2013
132013
Judging a movie by its cover: A content analysis of sexual portrayals on video rental jackets
MB Oliver, O Banjo, J Kim
Sexuality and Culture 7, 38-56, 2003
122003
Media, diversity, and representation in the US: A review of the quantitative research literature on media content and effects
E Scharrer, S Ramasubramanian, O Banjo
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 66 (4), 723-749, 2022
112022
The effect of media consumption on the perception of romantic relationships
OO Banjo
Penn State McNair Journal 9, 9-33, 2002
82002
The Power of Black Panther to Affect Group Perceptions: Examining the Relationships Between Narrative Engagement, Narrative Influence, and Perceived Vitality …
MS Sanders, O Banjo
Imagination, Cognition and Personality 41 (4), 439-459, 2022
62022
What are you laughing at
O Banjo
Examining White identity and enjoyment of Black, 2011
62011
Media Across the African Diaspora: Content, Audiences, and Influence
OO Banjo
Taylor & Francis, 2018
52018
Honesty, morality, and parasocial relationships in US children’s media
NA Jennings, SF Rosaen, O Banjo, V McCoy
Journal of Children and Media 16 (4), 575-586, 2022
32022
Immigrants make America great: A textual analysis of Bob Hearts Abishola
N Frederick, OO Banjo, E Nwachukwu
Immigrant generations, media representations, and audiences, 111-133, 2021
32021
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