IJoC Publishes 20 Papers in APRIL 2018

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International Journal of Communication invites you to read these 20 papers that published in APRIL

The International Journal Communication is pleased to announce the publication of 20 papers in April 2018 including the Special Section on Nuit Debout. To access these papers, please Ctrl+Click on the article titles below for direct linking  or go to ijoc.org.  We look forward to your feedback!

Power Pressures and Pocketbook Concerns: Perceptions of Organizational Influences on News Content in the Television Industry
Rita Colistra

The Agency Makes the (Online) News World go Round: The Impact of News Agency Content on Print and Online News
Jelle Boumans, Damian Trilling, Rens Vliegenthart, Hajo Boomgaarden

Live From New York, It’s Trump on Twitter! The Effect of Engaging With Saturday Night Live on Perceptions of Authenticity and the Salience of Trait Ratings
Amy B. Becker

Echo Chambers in Parliamentary Twitter Networks: The Catalan Case
Marc Esteve Del Valle, Rosa Borge Bravo

Who Speaks for the Past? Social Media, Social Memory, and the Production of Historical Knowledge in Contemporary China
Jun Liu

Studying Real-Time Audience Responses to Political Messages: A New Research Agenda
Stephen Coleman, Giles Moss, Alvaro Martinez-Perez

Entertainment, News, and Income Inequality: How Colombian Media Shape Perceptions of Income Inequality and Why It Matters
David Coppini, German Alvarez, Hernando Rojas

The Ecological Dynamics of Organizational Change: Density Dependence in the Rate of Weibo Adoption by Populations of News Organizations
Yu Xu

Examining the Connectedness of Connective Action: The Participant-Initiated Facebook Pages in Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement
Yin Zhang, Francis L. F. Lee

Political Participation in Hong Kong: The Roles of News Media and Online Alternative Media
Chuanli Xia, Fei Shen


Kalu N. Kalu, Citizenship: Identity, Institutions, and the Postmodern Challenge
Sonia Pedro Sebastiao

Jian Xu, Media Events in Web 2.0 China: Interventions of Online Activism
Mingxiao Sui

Adrienne Russell, Journalism as Activism: Recoding Media Power
Yazan Badran

Domesticating the Global: Manga Beyond Japan
James Lee

Dániel Z. Kádár, Politeness, Impoliteness and Ritual: Maintaining the Moral Order in Iinterpersonal Interaction
Xiaoyu Lai


Larry Gross

Arlene Luck
Managing Editor