Reciprocity and the news: The role of personal and social media reciprocity in news creation and consumption

Journal articles
Avery Holton, Mark Coddington, Seth C. Lewis, & Homero Gil de Zúñiga
International Journal of Communication, , 9, 2526-2547. (2015)

The wall becomes a curtain: Revisiting journalism’s news-business boundary

Book chapters
Mark Coddington
In Matt Carlson and Seth C. Lewis (Eds.), Boundaries of journalism (pp. 67-82). New York: Routledge. (2015)

Clarifying journalism’s quantitative turn: A typology for evaluating data journalism, computational journalism, and computer-assisted reporting

Journal articles
Mark Coddington
Digital Journalism, 3, 331-348. (2015)

Fact checking the campaign: How journalists used Twitter to set the record straight (or not)

Journal articles
Mark Coddington, Logan Molyneux, Regina G. Lawrence
The International Journal of Press/Politics, 19, 391-409. (2014)

Seeking and sharing: Motivations for linking on Twitter

Journal articles
Avery E. Holton, Kang Baek, Mark Coddington, & Carolyn Yaschur
Communication Research Reports, 31(1), 33-40. (2014)

Reciprocal journalism: A concept of mutual exchange between journalists and audiences

Journal articles
Seth C. Lewis, Avery E. Holton, and Mark Coddington
Journalism Practice, 8(2), 229-241. (2014)

Tweeting conventions: Political journalists’ use of Twitter to cover the 2012 presidential campaign

Journal articles
Regina G. Lawrence, Logan Molyneux, Mark Coddington, & Avery E. Holton
Journalism Studies, 15, 789-806. (2014)

Defending judgment and context in ‘original reporting’: Journalists’ construction of newswork in a networked age

Journal articles
Mark Coddington
Journalism, 15(6), 678-695. (2014)

When the gates swing open: Examining network gatekeeping in a social media setting

Journal articles
Mark Coddington, Avery E. Holton
Mass Communication and Society, 17, 236-257. (2014)

Normalizing the hyperlink: How bloggers, professional journalists, and institutions shape linking values

Journal articles
Mark Coddington
Digital Journalism, 2(2), 140-155. (2014)

Whose news? Whose values? Citizen journalism and journalistic values through the lens of content creators and consumers

Journal articles
Avery E. Holton, Mark Coddington, & Homero Gil de Zúñiga
Journalism Practice, 7, 720-737. (2013)

Building frames link by link: The linking practices of blogs and news sites

Journal articles
Mark Coddington
International Journal of Communication, 6, 2007-2026. (2012)

Defending a paradigm by patrolling a boundary: Two global newspapers’ approach to WikiLeaks

Journal articles
Mark Coddington
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 89(3), 377-396. (2012)

Recasting social media users as brand ambassadors: Opening the doors to the first ‘Social Suite.’

Journal articles
Avery E. Holton, Mark Coddington
Case Studies in Strategic Communication, 1, 4-24. (2012)