PhD Candidate at Northwestern University

Publications/CV

Journal Articles

Nelson, J.L.  & Webster, J.G. (2017). The Myth of Partisan Selective Exposure: A Portrait of the Online Political News Audience.
Social Media + Society.

Nelson, J.L., Lewis, D.A., & Lei, R. (2017). Digital Democracy in America: A Look at Civic Engagement in an Internet Age
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly

Nelson, J.L. & Webster, J.G. (2016). Audience Currencies in the Age of Big Data
International Journal on Media Management

Nelson, J.L. & Lewis, D.A. (2015). Training Social Justice Journalists: A Case Study
Journalism & Mass Communication Educator

Book Chapters

Webster, J.G. & Nelson, J.L. (2016). The Evolution of News Consumption: A Structurational Interpretation. In M. Mortensen, J. Ørmen & J.L. Jensen (Eds.), News Across Media. New York, NY: Routledge.

Digital

Nelson, J.L.  (2017, January 31). Is ‘Fake News’ a Fake Problem? 
Columbia Journalism Review

Nelson, J.L. & Webster, J.G. (2016, May 20). Audience Currencies in the Age of Big Data. 
MediaShift

Nelson, J.L. (2015, September 30). Digital News Audiences Shift to Mobile as Platform Widens Margin vs. Desktop
Digital Content Next

Webster, J.G. & Nelson, J.L. (2015, May 15). Accounting for Attention Minutes as Currency
Digital Content Next

Press

Is it true that fake news is an overblown story?
The News-Gazette

Good News: The Scope of Fake News is Limited
La Presse

Civic Engagement Paper Receives Award at Conference
Center for Civic Engagement