Gregory J. Hoplamazian
Gregory J. Hoplamazian
Associate Professor of Communication, Loyola University Maryland
Verified email at loyola.edu
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News in the interstices: The niches of mobile media in space and time
J Dimmick, JC Feaster, GJ Hoplamazian
New media & society 13 (1), 23-39, 2011
2652011
Gendering the self: Selective magazine reading and reinforcement of gender conformity
S Knobloch-Westerwick, GJ Hoplamazian
Communication Research 39 (3), 358-384, 2012
712012
Does the music matter? Examining differential effects of music genre on support for ethnic groups
HL LaMarre, S Knobloch-Westerwick, GJ Hoplamazian
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 56 (1), 150-167, 2012
282012
Capturing mobility: The time–space diary as a method for assessing media use niches
GJ Hoplamazian, J Dimmick, A Ramirez Jr, J Feaster
Mobile Media & Communication 6 (1), 127-145, 2018
122018
Viewer responses to character race and social status in advertising: Blacks see color, Whites see class
GJ Hoplamazian, O Appiah
Journal of Current Issues & Research in Advertising 34 (1), 57-76, 2013
122013
Different news media, different news seeking behaviors: Identifying college students patterns of news media use
G Hoplamazian, J Feaster
annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Marriott …, 2009
122009
The Color of Their Collar: Effects of Social Status Portrayal in Advertising on Self-Esteem
GJ Hoplamazian, S Knobloch-Westerwick
Howard Journal of Communications 25 (4), 378-398, 2014
82014
Cultural cues in advertising: Context effects on perceived model similarity, identification processes, and advertising outcomes
GJ Hoplamazian
The Ohio State University, 2011
12011
A Review of VoiceThread as a Tool for Advertising Education
GJ Hoplamazian, S Monthie
Journal of Advertising Education 21 (1), 46-52, 2017
2017
Race Portrayal in Advertising: The Effects of Characters' Social Status on Viewer Identification, Advertisement Evaluations, and Group Identity
GJ Hoplamazian
Ohio State University, 2008
2008
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