IJoC Publishes 37 Articles in NOVEMBER

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IJoC Publishes 37 Articles in NOVEMBER”

The International Journal of Communication (IJoC) has published 37 papers in November 2016— including the Special Section on Imagining Futuretypes and the Special Section on Net Neutrality. Please Ctrl+Click on the article title below to access manuscripts that may be of interest to you. We look forward to your comments!

ARTICLES

Sex Trafficking in Thai Media: A Content Analysis of Issue Framing
Meghan Sobel

Greater Work-Related Stress Among Chinese Media Workers in the Context of Media Transformation: Specific Stressors and Coping Strategies
Min Wang, Zuosu Jiang

Journalism’s Deep Memory: Cold War Mindedness and Coverage of Islamic State
Barbie Zelizer

How Sociocultural Context Matters in Self-Presentation: A Comparison of U.S. and Chinese Profiles on Jack’d, a Mobile Dating App for Men Who Have Sex With Men
Lik Sam Chan

Reanchoring an Ancient, Emergent Superpower: The 2010 Shanghai Expo, National Identity, and Public Memory
Jie Gong

The Entwinement of Politics, Arts, Culture and Commerce in Staging Social and Political Reality to Enhance Democratic Communication
Daniel H. Mutibwa

FEATURES

Open Media Scholarship: The Case for Open Access in Media Studies
Jefferson D. Pooley

BOOK REVIEWS

Karen Beckman (Ed.), Animating Film Theory
Monika Raesch

Shelley Cob, Adaptation, Authorship and Contemporary Women Filmmakers
Stefania Marghitu

Lincoln Dahlberg & Sean Phelan, Discourse Theory and Critical Media Politics
Dafni Mangalousi

Kaarle Nordenstreng & Daya Kishan Thussu (Eds.), Mapping BRICS Media
Ruth Moon