Rebecca A Hayes
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Social Media: Defining, Developing, and Divining
CT Carr, RA Hayes
Atlantic Journal of Communication 23 (1), 46-65, 2015
One click, many meanings: Interpreting paralinguistic digital affordances in social media
RA Hayes, CT Carr, DY Wohn
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 60 (1), 171-187, 2016
The effect of disclosure of third-party influence on an opinion leader's credibility and electronic word of mouth in two-step flow
CT Carr, RA Hayes
Journal of interactive advertising 14 (1), 38-50, 2014
As social support: Relational closeness, automaticity, and interpreting social support from paralinguistic digital affordances in social media
CT Carr, DY Wohn, RA Hayes
Computers in Human Behavior 62, 385-393, 2016
How affective is a “Like”?: The effect of paralinguistic digital affordances on perceived social support
DY Wohn, CT Carr, RA Hayes
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 19 (9), 562-566, 2016
Does being social matter? Effects of enabled commenting on credibility and brand attitude in social media
RA Hayes, CT Carr
Journal of Promotion Management 21 (3), 371-390, 2015
It’s the audience: Differences in social support across social media
RA Hayes, CT Carr, DY Wohn
Social Media+ Society 2 (4), 2056305116678894, 2016
Face [book] management: Self-presentation of political views on social media
RA Hayes, A Smock, CT Carr
Communication Studies 66 (5), 549-568, 2015
When nobody “likes” you: Perceived ostracism through paralinguistic digital affordances within social media
RA Hayes, ED Wesselmann, CT Carr
Social Media+ Society 4 (3), 2056305118800309, 2018
Identity shift effects of self-presentation and confirmatory and disconfirmatory feedback on self-perceptions of brand identification
CT Carr, RA Hayes
Media Psychology 22 (3), 418-444, 2019
Predicting a threshold of perceived Facebook post success via likes and reactions: A test of explanatory mechanisms
CT Carr, RA Hayes, EM Sumner
Communication Research Reports 35 (2), 141-151, 2018
Providing what they want and need on their own turf: Social networking, the web, and young voters
R Hayes
National Communication Association Annual Conference, San Diego, CA, 2008
New media, new politics: Political learning efficacy and the examination of uses of social network sites for political engagement
RA Hayes
Michigan State University, 2009
Understanding Facebook news post comment reading and reacting behavior through political extremism and cultural orientation
MY Almoqbel, DY Wohn, RA Hayes, M Cha
Computers in Human Behavior 100, 118-126, 2019
Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims: Explicating the public tragedy as a public relations challenge
RA Hayes, JC Waddell, PM Smudde
Public Relations Inquiry 6 (3), 253-274, 2017
Reaching out on their own turf: Social networking sites and campaigning 2008
R Hayes, P Zube, T Isaacson
Politics: Web 2, 17-18, 2008
Assessing the cognitive and communicative properties of Facebook Reactions and Likes as lightweight feedback cues
EM Sumner, RA Hayes, CT Carr, DY Wohn
First Monday, 2020
Facebook in presidential elections: Status of effects
CT Carr, RA Hayes, A Smock, P Zube
Social media and politics: A new way to participate in the political process …, 2016
Does being social matter
RA Hayes, CT Carr
Effects of enabled, 2015
Getting called out: Effects of feedback to social media corporate social responsibility statements
RA Hayes, CT Carr
Public Relations Review 47 (1), 101962, 2021
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