Jill E. Hopke
Jill E. Hopke
Associate Professor of Journalism, College of Communication, DePaul University
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Hashtagging politics: Transnational anti-fracking movement Twitter practices
JE Hopke
Social Media+ Society 1 (2), 2056305115605521, 2015
Visualizing the Paris Climate Talks on Twitter: Media and Climate Stakeholder Visual Social Media During COP21
JE Hopke, LE Hestres
Social Media + Society 3 (4), 1-15, 2018
Discourse over a contested technology on Twitter: A case study of hydraulic fracturing
JE Hopke, M Simis
Public Understanding of Science 26 (1), 105-120, 2017
Connecting extreme heat events to climate change: Media coverage of heat waves and wildfires
JE Hopke
Environmental Communication 14 (4), 492-508, 2020
Water gives life: Framing an environmental justice movement in the mainstream and alternative Salvadoran press
JE Hopke
Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture 6 (3), 365-382, 2012
Fossil fuel divestment: Theories of change, goals, and strategies of a growing climate movement
LE Hestres, JE Hopke
Environmental Politics 29 (3), 371-389, 2020
Translocal anti-fracking activism: An exploration of network structure and tie content
JE Hopke
Environmental Communication 10 (3), 380-394, 2016
Mediated skewed diffusion of issues information: A theory
B McEwan, CJ Carpenter, JE Hopke
Social Media+ Society 4 (3), 2056305118800319, 2018
Mobile phones and political participation in Colombia: Mobile Twitter versus mobile Facebook
JE Hopke, I Gabay, SC Kim, H Rojas
Communication and the Public, 1-15, 2016
Internet-Enabled Activism and Climate Change
LE Hestres, JE Hopke
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Climate Science, 1-28, 2017
Communicating about Fossil Fuel Divestment
JE Hopke, LE Hestres
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Climate Science, 1-35, 2017
Occupy is not a place. A cross-case comparison of the 15M and Occupy movements
J Hopke
Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media …, 2016
Social Media in Agenda-setting: The Elsipogtog First Nation and Standing Rock Sioux Tribe
JE Hopke, M Simis-Wilkinson, PA Loew
SMSociety '18 Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Social …, 2018
Response to ‘Word choice as political speech’: Hydraulic fracturing is a partisan issue
JE Hopke, M Simis
Public Understanding of Science 26 (1), 124-126, 2017
New Media and the Formation of Alternative Publics: A cross-case comparison of the #15M and #Occupy movements
JE Hopke
World Association for Public Opinion Research - Latin America, 2012
Environmental Social Movements and Social Media
JE Hopke, L Paris
The Handbook of International Trends in Environmental Communication, 357-372, 2021
Fracking, the Elsipogtog First Nation, and disruptive public participation: The role of images in amplifying outrage on Twitter
M Simis-Wilkinson, JE Hopke
Breaking Boundaries: Innovative Practices in Environmental Communication and …, 2019
To Have Impact, the People’s Climate March Needs to Reach Beyond Activists
JE Hopke
The Conversation, 2017
Socializados para la autocensura: Comunicación autoritaria y opinión
H Rojas, J Hopke
Revista Latinoamérica de Opinión Publica 1 (1), 145-156, 2010
Climate Change Deniers Spread Negative Emotion Laden Tweets
J Hemsley, J Lee, JE Hopke
SSRN, 2021
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