Mina Tsay-Vogel
Mina Tsay-Vogel
Associate Professor of Media Science, Boston University
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A case study of cooperative learning and communication pedagogy: Does working in teams make a difference?
M Tsay, M Brady
Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning 10 (2), 78-89, 2010
Social media cultivating perceptions of privacy: A 5-year analysis of privacy attitudes and self-disclosure behaviors among Facebook users
M Tsay-Vogel, J Shanahan, N Signorielli
New Media & Society 20 (1), 141-161, 2018
How violent video games communicate violence: A literature review and content analysis of moral disengagement factors
T Hartmann, KM Krakowiak, M Tsay-Vogel
Communication Monographs 81 (3), 310-332, 2014
What makes characters’ bad behaviors acceptable? The effects of character motivation and outcome on perceptions, character liking, and moral disengagement
KM Krakowiak, M Tsay-Vogel
Mass Communication and Society 16 (2), 179-199, 2013
The role of moral disengagement in the enjoyment of real and fictional characters
KM Krakowiak, M Tsay
International Journal of Arts and Technology 4 (1), 90-101, 2011
Me versus them: Third-person effects among Facebook users
M Tsay-Vogel
New Media & Society 18 (9), 1956-1972, 2016
Exploring parasocial interaction in college students as a multidimensional construct: Do personality, interpersonal need, and television motive predict their relationships with …
M Tsay, BM Bodine
Psychology of Popular Media Culture 1 (3), 185-200, 2012
The impact of perceived character similarity and identification on moral disengagement
M Tsay, KM Krakowiak
International Journal of Arts and Technology 4 (1), 102-110, 2011
Beyond heroes and villains: Examining explanatory mechanisms underlying moral disengagement
MS Sanders, M Tsay-Vogel
Mass Communication and Society 19 (3), 230-252, 2016
Fandom and the search for meaning: Examining communal involvement with popular media beyond pleasure
M Tsay-Vogel, MS Sanders
Psychology of Popular Media Culture 6 (1), 32-47, 2017
The dual role of morally ambiguous characters: Examining the effect of morality salience on narrative responses
KM Krakowiak, M Tsay-Vogel
Human Communication Research 41 (3), 390-411, 2015
Theorizing parasocial interactions based on authenticity: The development of a media figure classification scheme
M Tsay-Vogel, ML Schwartz
Psychology of Popular Media Culture 3 (2), 66-78, 2014
Multidisciplinary approaches to research on bullying in adolescence
MK Holt, JG Green, M Tsay-Vogel, J Davidson, C Brown
Adolescent Research Review 2 (1), 1-10, 2017
Inspirational reality TV: The prosocial effects of lifestyle transforming reality programs on elevation and altruism
M Tsay-Vogel, KM Krakowiak
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 60 (4), 567-586, 2016
Effects of hedonic and eudaimonic motivations on film enjoyment through moral disengagement
M Tsay-Vogel, KM Krakowiak
Communication Research Reports 33 (1), 54-60, 2016
Exploring viewers’ responses to nine reality TV subgenres
M Tsay-Vogel, KM Krakowiak
Psychology of Popular Media Culture 6 (4), 348-360, 2017
Redefining reality TV: Exploring viewers’ perceptions of nine subgenres
M Tsay, KM Krakowiak, C Kleck
International Communication Association Conference, 2006
Is watching others self-disclose enjoyable? An examination of the effects of information delivery in entertainment media
M Tsay-Vogel, MB Oliver
Journal of Media Psychology 26 (3), 111-124, 2014
Exploring the impact of cognitively challenging content on mortality salience
M Tsay, MK Krakowiak, MB Oliver
International Communication Association Conference, 2012
Fandom and the search for meaning: Examining communal involvement with popular media beyond pleasure. Psychology of Popular Media Culture, 6 (1), 32–47
M Tsay-Vogel, MS Sanders
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