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Early organizational socialization research focused primarily on the organization’s perspective, with individuals assumed to be passive recipients of information. In recent years, scholars began acknowledging individual organizational members as active participants in the process, voluntarily...
Previous research has found that much of the scholarship on citizen-engaged journalism cites its democratic potential. This integrative literature review builds on that work by distinguishing how scholars have defined participatory journalism and citizen journalism and by discovering why some...
Fatalistic attitudes have a negative impact on a broad variety of health behaviors and behavioral determinants of health. A growing body of research has documented an association between media exposure and fatalism; however, scholarship has not been able to ascertain the causal direction. This...
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