The International Journal of Communication invites you to read these papers that published in MAY

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The International Journal of Communication has published 48 papers in MAY 2017 which includes three Special Sections on Mediadem, Venture Labor and the Korean Wave. To access these papers, please Ctrl+Click on the article titles below or go to ijoc.org to read the Special Sections.

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ARTICLES

Editorial Surveillance and the Management of Visibility in Peer Production
Christian Pentzold

Information Technology and Sustainability in the Information Society
Christian Fuch

Thank You, Mr. President: Journalist Gender in Presidential News Conferences
Lindsey Meeks

Illusions of Knowledge: Media Exposure and Citizens’ Perceived Political Competence
Mathias Weber, Christina Koehler

Election Pledge Rhetoric: Selling Policy with Words
Elina Lindgren, Elin Naurin

The Reasons Behind Tracing Audience Behavior: A Matter of Paternalism and Transparenc
Ester Appelgren

National Security Culture: Gender, Race and Class in the Production of Imperial Citizenship
Deepa Kumar

Influences on Job Expectations Among Chilean Journalism Students
Claudia Mellado, Andrés Scherman

The Effects of Generational Identification Accessibility and Normative Fit on Hostile Media Perception
Jisu Kim, Sung-Yeon Park

Internet Use, Freedom Supply, and Demand for Internet Freedom: A Cross-National Study of 20 Countries
Fei Shen

#Fringe, Audiences and Fan Labor: Twitter Activism to Save a TV Show From Cancellation
Mar Guerrero-Pico

 

BOOK REVIEWS

Mark Lloyd and Lewis A. Friedland (Eds.), The Communication Crisis in America and How to Fix It
Jay G. Blumler

Gil Z. Hochberg, Visual Occupations: Violence and Visibility in a Conflict Zone
Jeff Heydon

Andrew T. Lamas, Todd Wolfson, and Peter N. Funke (Eds.), The Great Refusal
Hao Cao

Jason Mittell, Complex TV: The Poetics of Contemporary Television Storytelling
Art Herbig

Making Sense of Communication Power and the New Information Warfare
Nathalie Maréchal

Brian Massumi, Ontopower: War, Powers, and the State of Perception
Catherine Chaput

Tim Highfield, Social Media and Everyday Politics
Erhaaaardt Graeff

Jeffrey Pomerantz, Metadata
Indrek Ibrus

Frank J. Macke, The Experience of Human Communication: Body, Flesh, and Relationship
Diana Ritter

Ulises Ali Mejias, Off the Network: Disrupting the Digital World
Pallaavi Guha

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Thank you for your continuing interest in the work that IJoC publishes.

 

Larry Gross                                                   
Editor

Arlene Luck
Managing Editor