Scott W. Campbell
Scott W. Campbell
Pohs Professor of Communication and Media, University of Michigan
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Teens and mobile phones: Text messaging explodes as teens embrace it as the centerpiece of their communication strategies with friends.
A Lenhart, R Ling, S Campbell, K Purcell
Pew Internet & American Life Project, 2010
Perceptions of mobile phones in college classrooms: Ringing, cheating, and classroom policies
SW Campbell
Communication education 55 (3), 280-294, 2006
Social implications of mobile telephony: The rise of personal communication society
SW Campbell, YJ Park
Sociology compass 2 (2), 371-387, 2008
Mobile communication and civic life: Linking patterns of use to civic and political engagement
SW Campbell, N Kwak
Journal of communication 60 (3), 536-555, 2010
Damned if you do, damned if you don't… if you're a girl: Relational and normative contexts of adolescent sexting in the United States
JR Lippman, SW Campbell
Journal of Children and Media 8 (4), 371-386, 2014
The cocial construction of mobile telephony: an application of the social influence model to perceptions and uses of mobile phones within personal communication networks
SW Campbell, TC Russo
Communication Monographs 70 (4), 317-334, 2003
A cross-cultural comparison of perceptions and uses of mobile telephony
SW Campbell
New Media & Society 9 (2), 343-363, 2007
Political involvement in “mobilized” society: The interactive relationships among mobile communication, network characteristics, and political participation
SW Campbell, N Kwak
Journal of Communication 61 (6), 1005-1024, 2011
Texting while driving on automatic: Considering the frequency-independent side of habit
JB Bayer, SW Campbell
Computers in Human Behavior 28 (6), 2083-2090, 2012
Sexting, mobile porn use, and peer group dynamics: Boys' and girls' self-perceived popularity, need for popularity, and perceived peer pressure
M Vanden Abeele, SW Campbell, S Eggermont, K Roe
Media Psychology 17 (1), 6-33, 2014
The reconstruction of space and time: Mobile communication practices
R Ling, SW Campbell
Transaction Publishers, 2010
Mobile communication and civil society: Linking patterns and places of use to engagement with others in public
SW Campbell, N Kwak
Human Communication Research 37 (2), 207-222, 2011
Connection cues: Activating the norms and habits of social connectedness
JB Bayer, SW Campbell, R Ling
Communication Theory 26 (2), 128-149, 2016
Perceptions of mediated presence in an asynchronous online course: Interplay of communication behaviors and medium
TC Russo, S Campbell
Distance Education 25 (2), 215-232, 2004
Mobile phones bridging the digital divide for teens in the US?
K Brown, SW Campbell, R Ling
Future Internet 3 (2), 144-158, 2011
Mobile media and communication: A new field, or just a new journal?
SW Campbell
Mobile Media & Communication 1 (1), 8-13, 2013
Perceptions of mobile phone use in public settings: A cross-cultural comparison
SW Campbell
International Journal of Communication 1 (1), 20, 2007
Politeness accommodation in electronic mail
U Bunz, SW Campbell
Communication Research Reports 21 (1), 11-25, 2004
Nontraditional news negativity: The relationship of entertaining political news use to political cynicism and mistrust
L Guggenheim, N Kwak, SW Campbell
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 23 (3), 287-314, 2011
Mobile communication and social capital: An analysis of geographically differentiated usage patterns
SW Campbell, N Kwak
new media & society 12 (3), 435-451, 2010
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