Micheli, Marina; Redmiles, Elissa M.; Hargittai, Eszter (2019). Help wanted: young adults’ sources of support for questions about digital media. Information, Communication and Society:Epub ahead of print.
Redmiles, Elissa M; Hargittai, Eszter (2019). New phone, who dis? Modeling millennials’ backup behavior. ACM Transactions on the Web, 13(1):1-14.
Hargittai, Eszter; Füchslin, Tobias; Schäfer, Mike S (2018). How do young adults engage with science and research on social media? Some preliminary findings and an agenda for future research. Social Media and Society, 4(3):1-10.
Hargittai, Eszter; Karaoglu, Gökçe (2018). Biases of online political polls: Who participates? Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World, 4:1-7.
Hargittai, Eszter (2018). Potential biases in big data: omitted voices on social media. Social Science Computer Review:1-15.
Hunsaker, Amanda; Hargittai, Eszter (2018). A review of Internet use among older adults. New Media & Society, 20(10):3937-3954.
Klawitter, Erin; Hargittai, Eszter (2018). “I went home to Google”: how users assess the credibility of online health information. In: Hale, Timothy L.; Chou, Wen-Ying Sylvia; Cotten, Shelia R.; Khilnani, Aneka. eHealth: Current Evidence, Promises, Perils and Future Directions. Bingley: Emerald Publishing, 11-41.
Cingel, Drew P; Hargittai, Eszter (2018). The relationship between childhood rules about technology use and later-life academic achievement among young adults. Communication review, 21(2):131-152.
Hargittai, Eszter; Piper, Anne Marie; Morris, Meredith Ringel (2018). From internet access to internet skills: digital inequality among older adults. Universal Access in the Information Society:Epub ahead of print.
Klawitter, Erin; Hargittai, Eszter (2018). Shortcuts to well being? Evaluating the credibility of online health information through multiple complementary heuristics. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 62(2):251-268.
Marwick, Alice; Hargittai, Eszter (2018). Nothing to hide, nothing to lose? Incentives and disincentives to sharing information with institutions online. Information, Communication and Society:Epub ahead of print.
Shaw, Aaron; Hargittai, Eszter (2018). The pipeline of online participation inequalities: the case of Wikipedia editing. Journal of Communication, 68(1):143-168.
Gergle, Darren; Hargittai, Eszter (2018). A methodological pilot for gathering data through text-messaging to study question-asking in everyday life. Mobile Media & Communication, 6(2):197-214.
Klawitter, Erin; Hargittai, Eszter (2018). “It’s like learning a whole other language”: The role of algorithmic skills in the curation of creative goods. International Journal of Communication, 12:3490-3510.
Hargittai, Eszter; Dobransky, Kerry (2017). Old Dogs, New Clicks: Digital Inequality in Internet Skills and Uses among Older Adults. Canadian Journal of Communication, 42(2):195-212.
Hargittai, Eszter; Jennrich, Kaitlin (2016). The Online Participation Divide. In: Lloyd, Mark; Friedland, Lewis A.. The Communication Crisis in America, And How to Fix It. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 199-213.
Dobransky, Kerry; Hargittai, Eszter (2016). Unrealized Potential : Exploring the Digital Disability Divide. Poetics, 58:18-28.
Litt, Eden; Hargittai, Eszter (2016). “Just Cast the Net, and Hopefully the Right Fish Swim into It”: Audience Management on Social Network Sites. In: The ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW 2016), San Francisco, 27 February 2016 - 2 March 2016.
Litt, Eden; Hargittai, Eszter (2016). The Imagined Audience on Social Network Sites. Social Media and Society, 2(1):1-12.
Hargittai, Eszter; Marwick, Alice (2016). "What Can I Really Do?" : Explaining the Privacy Paradox with Online Apathy. International Journal of Communication, 10:3737-3757.