Article published in:
Journal of Asian Pacific Communication
Vol. 27:1 (2017) ► pp. 4364
Allen, R. L.
(1991) Political efficacy and political ideology: the role of communication in a media-rich, underdeveloped country. International Communication Gazette, 47(2) 79–105. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Ancu, M., & Cozma, R.
(2009) MySpace politics: Uses and gratifications of befriending candidates. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 53(4), 567–583. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Blumler, J. G., & Katz, E.
(1974) The Uses of Mass Communications: Current Perspectives on Gratifications Research (p. 318). Beverly Hills, California: Sage Publications.Google Scholar
Caprara, G. V., Vecchione, M., Capanna, C., & Mebane, M.
(2009) Perceived political self-efficacy: Theory, assessment, and applications. European Journal of Social Psychology, 10201(2008), 1002–1020. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Dhaha, I. S. Y. A.
(2014) Political information-seeking and political efficacy: Applying the uses and gratificaitons thoery. Unpublished Master Thesis: International Islamic University Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.Google Scholar
Freeman, K. S.
(2013) News Consumption Behavior of Young Adults in Malaysia. International Journal of Social Science and Humanity, 3(2), 121–124. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Georg, N., & Jackob, E.
(2010) No Alternatives ? The Relationship between Perceived Media Dependency, Use of Alternative Information Sources, and General Trust in Mass Media, 41, 589–606.Google Scholar
Golan, G. J.
(2010) New Perspectives on Media Credibility Research. American Behavioral Scientist, 54(1), 3–7. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Hair, J. F., Black, W. C., Babin, B. J., & Anderson, R. E.
(2010) Multivariate data analysis (7th ed,.). Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall.Google Scholar
Idid, S. A., & Saodah Wok.
(2005) Media Credibility and Its Correlate With Popular Votes During Elections. In Mediamorphosi: Communication, Technology & Growth International Conference (pp. 1–19). on 13–14 July, 2005, Suban Jaya, Malaysia.Google Scholar
Idid, S. A., & Saodah Wok
(2006) Credibility of television, newspaper and Internet with popular votes of Barisan National during elections by race. Jurnal Pengajian Media Malaysia: Malaysian Journal of Media Studies, 8(1), 41–56. Retrieved from http://​e​-journal​.um​.edu​.my​/public​/issue​-view​.php​?id​=101​&journal​_id​=38
Jamal, A., & Melkote, S. R.
(2008) Viewing and avoidance of the Al-Jazeera satellite television channel in Kuwait: a uses and gratifications perspective. Asian Journal of Communication, 18(1), 1–15. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Johnson, K. a., & Wiedenbeck, S.
(2009) Enhancing Perceived Credibility of Citizen Journalism Web Sites. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 86(2), 332–348. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Johnson, P., & Yang, S.-U.
(2009) Uses and gratifications of Twitter: An examination of user motives and satisfaction of Twitter use. In Annual Convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. Boston. Retrieved from https://​umdrive​.memphis​.edu​/cbrown14​/public​/Mass Comm Theory/Week 7 Uses and Gratifications/Johnson and Yang 2009 Twitter uses and grats.pdf
Johnson, T. J., & Fahmy, S.
(2008) The CNN of the Arab World or a shill for terrorists?: How support for press freedom and political Ideology Predict Credibility of Al-Jazeera among its Audience. International Communication Gazette, 70(5), 338–360. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Johnson, T. J., & Kaye, B. K.
(2010) Still cruising and believing? An analysis of online credibility across three Presidential campaigns. American Behavioral Scientist, 541(11), 57–77. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Johnson, T., & Kaye, B.
(1998) Cruising is believing?: Comparing Internet and traditional sources on media credibility measures. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 75(2), 325–340. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kaid, lynda L., McKinney, M. S., & Tadesco, J. C.
(2007) Introduction: Political Information Efficacy and Young Voters. American Behavioral Scientist, 50(9), 1093–1111. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kaid, lynda L., & Postelnicu, M.
(2005) Political Advertising in the 2004 Election: Comparison of Traditional Television and Internet Messages. American Behavioral Scientist, 49(2), 265–278. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kaid, lynda L., Postelnicu, M., Landreville, K., Yun, H. J., & LeGrange, A. G.
(2007) The Effects of Political Advertising on Young Voters. American Behavioral Scientist, 50(9), 1137–1151. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Karaman, T.
(2004) Political efficacy and its antecedents in contemporary Russia. Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, 20(2), 30–49. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Katz, E., Gurevitch, M., & Haas, H.
(1973) On the Use of the Mass Media for Important Things. American Sociological Review, 381, 161–181. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kaye, B. K., & Johnson, T. K.
(2002) Online and in the know: Uses and gratifications of the Web for political information. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 46(1), 54–71. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kenski, K., & Stroud, N.
(2006) Connections between Internet use and political efficacy, knowledge, and participation. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 50(2), 173–192. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Melican, D. B., & Dixon, T. L.
(2008) News on the Net: Credibility, Selective Exposure, and Racial Prejudice. Communication Research, 35(2), 151–168. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Miller, a., & Kurpius, D.
(2010) A Citizen-Eye View of Television News Source Credibility. American Behavioral Scientist, 54(2), 137–156. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Pingree, R. J.
(2011) Effects of Unresolved Factual Disputes in the News on Epistemic Political Efficacy. Journal of Communication, 61(1), 22–47. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Quan-Haase, A., & Young, A. L.
(2010) Uses and Gratifications of Social Media: A Comparison of Facebook and Instant Messaging. Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society, 30(5), 350–361. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Saodah Wok, Idid, S. A., & Norealyna Misman
(2012) Social media use for information-sharing activities among youth in Malaysia. Journalism and Mass Communication, 2(11), 1029–1047. Retrieved from http://​www​.davidpublishing​.com​/davidpublishing​/upfile​/2​/28​/2013​/2013022868754673​.pdf
Saodah Wok, Tamam, E., Bolong, J., & Ahmad, A. M. Z.
(2011) Pattern of news media consumption and news discussion among youth: A test of agenda setting theory. Global Media Journal – Malaysian Edition, 1(1), 1–30.Google Scholar
Sweetser, K. aye D., & Kaid, lynda L.
(2008) Stealth soapboxes: political information efficacy, cynicism and uses of celebrity weblogs among readers. New Media & Society, 10(1), 67–91. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Valentino, N. a., Hutchings, V. L., & Williams, D.
(2004) The Impact of Political Advertising on Knowledge, Internet Information Seeking, and Candidate Preference. Journal of Communication, 54(2), 337–354. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Wimmer, R. D., & Dominick, J. R.
(2011) Mass media research: An introduction (9th ed., p. 464). Boston: Wadsworth.Google Scholar
Wolfer, L.
(2007) Real Research: Conducting and Evaluating Research in the Social Sciences. Boston: Pearson.Google Scholar
Wu, C.
(2003) Psycho-Political Correlates of Political Efficacy The Case of the 1994 New Orleans Mayoral Election. Journal of Black Studies, 33(6), 729–760. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Zhang, H., Zhou, S., & Shen, B.
(2014) Public trust: A comprehensive investigation on perceived media credibility in China. Asian Journal of Communication, 24(2), 158–172. CrossrefGoogle Scholar


Examining political efficacy among Malaysian voters
Cited by

Cited by 2 other publications

Gil de Zúñiga, Homero, Trevor Diehl, Brigitte Huber & James H Liu
2019. The Citizen Communication Mediation Model Across Countries: A Multilevel Mediation Model of News Use and Discussion on Political Participation. Journal of Communication 69:2  pp. 144 ff. Crossref logo
Wijesundara, Tharaka & Samantha Kumara
2022. Acceptance of product placement in social networking sites: the mediating role of materialism. Global Knowledge, Memory and Communication Crossref logo

This list is based on CrossRef data as of 19 april 2022. Please note that it may not be complete. Sources presented here have been supplied by the respective publishers. Any errors therein should be reported to them.