IJoC Publishes 20 Articles in May

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IJoC Publishes 20 Articles in May

The International Journal of Communication (IJoC) has published the following 20 papers in MAY which we’re delighted to share with you. Please click on the article title below to access the manuscript that may be of interest to you.


Communication Asset Mapping: An Ecological Field Application Toward Building Healthy Communities
George Villanueva, Garrett M. Broad, Carmen Gonzalez, Sandra Ball-Rokeach, Sheila Murphy

Transnational Family Communication as a Driver of Technology Adoption
Carmen Gonzalez, Vikki S. Katz

Leftward Shift, Media Change? Ideology and Politics in Spanish Online-Only Newspapers after the 15-M Movement
Aurora Labio, Antonio Pineda

To Tweet or Not To Tweet: Factors Affecting the Intensity of Twitter Usage in Japan and the Online and Offline Sociocultural Norms
Shaojung Sharon Wang

Starlets, Subscribers and Beneficiaries: Disney, Latino Children and Television Labor
Christopher Chavez, Aleah Kiley

Misperceptions as Political Conflict: Using Schattschneider’s Conflict Theory to Understand Rumor Dynamics
Jill A. Edy, Erin Risley-Baird

Selective Exposure in the Context of Political Advertising: A Behavioral Approach Using Eye-Tracking Methodology
Franziska Marquart, Jörg Matthes, Elisabeth Rapp

“Biased” Systematic and Heuristic Processing of Politicians’ Messages: Effects of Source Favorability and Political Interest on Attitude Judgment
Sungeun Chung, Moniza Waheed

Image Versus Text: How Newspaper Reports Affect Evaluations of Political Candidates
Hajo Boomgaarden, Mark Boukes, Aurora Iorgoveanu

On Migrant Workers’ Social Status in Taiwan: A Critical Analysis of Mainstream News Discourse
Hsin-I Cheng

Increased Efforts by Modern States to Improve their Reputations for Enforcing Women’s Human Rights
Kara Alaimo

Understanding Engagement and Willingness to Speak Up in Social Television: A Full-Season, Cross-Genre Analysis of TV Audience Participation on Twitter
Fabio Giglietto, Giovanni Boccia Artieri, Laura Gemini, Mario Orefice

The Effect of Zero-Rating on Mobile Broadband Demand: An Empirical Approach and Potential Implications
Oscar Saenz de Miera Berglind

Determinants of Media Criticism in a Democracy in Transition: Applying Field Theory to Turkey
Basak Yavçan, Hakan Ovunc Ongur

Pacifying the Dragon? The Role of Expatriate Media Professionals in the Gatekeeping Process in China
Lindsey E. Blumell, Yiwen Qiu, Robert Moses Peaslee

A Corpus-Linguistic Analysis of News Coverage in Kenya’s Daily Nation and The Times of London
Ruth Moon


International Media and Latvian Sovereignty: From Liberation to Today’s Vexation
Janis Chakars


David Lyon, Surveillance after Snowden
M. Masoodi

Shawn M. Powers & Michael Jablonski, The Real Cyber War: The Political Economy of Internet Freedom
Anna Loup

Deborah Chambers, Linda Steiner & Carole Fleming, Women and Journalism
Elega A. Adeola