IJoC Publishes 18 papers in July 2018

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The International Journal Communication is pleased to announce the publication of 18 papers in July 2018 including the Special Section on News Media & the Emotional Public Sphere as well as the Special Section on (Un)civil Society in Digital China. To access these papers, please Ctrl+Click on the article titles below for direct linking or go to ijoc.org. 


Communication Theory After the Administered Society: The “Total Market” in the Writings of the Departamento Ecuménico de Investigaciones
Vicente Berdayes

“He’s Got His Own Sea”: Political Facebook Unfriending in the Personal Public Sphere
Nicholas A. John, Noam Gal

A New Women’s Work: Digital Interactions, Gender, and Social Network Sites
Angela M. Cirucci

Changing Center and Stagnant Periphery in Communication and Media Studies: National
Diversity of Major International Journals in the Field of Communication from 2013 to 2017

Marton Demeter

Winds of Change? BRICS as a Perspective in International Media Research
Afonso de Albuquerque, Diógenes Lycarião

The Idea of Europeanness: Perceptions of Erasmus Students in Turkey and The Netherlands
Zeynep Aksoy

Poor Information: How Economics Affects the Information Lives of Low-Income Individuals
James T. Hamilton, Fiona Morgan

Can the Internet Aid Democratic Consolidation? Online News and Legitimacy in Central
and Eastern Europe

Matthew Placek

Smartphones as Metamedia: A Framework for Identifying the Niches Structuring Smartphone Use
Lee Humphreys, Veronika Karnowski, Thilo von Pape

Selfies and Cultural Events: Mixed Methods for the Study of Selfies in Context
Gemma San Cornelio, Antoni Roig


Making Implicit Methods Explicit: Trade Press Analysis in the Political Economy of Communication
Thomas F. Corrigan


Robert E. Babe, Wilbur Schramm and Noam Chomsky Meet Harold Innis: Media, Power
and Democracy

Marcus Breen

Grant Bollmer, Inhuman Networks: Social Media and the Archaeology of Connection
J.J. Sylvia IV

Jody C. Baumgartner and Terri L. Towner (Eds.), The Internet and the 2016 Presidential Campaign
Fatemeh Kamali Chirani

The Ambivalences of the Citizen Marketer Concept: A Response to Tabassum Ruhi Khan
Joel Penney

Ulla Carlsson and David Goldberg (Eds.), The Legacy of Peter Forsskål: 250 Years of Freedom of Expression
Andrei G. Richter 

Keyword Up!
Jack Bratich

Paul Feigenbaum, Collaborative Imagination: Earning Activism through Literacy Education
Kellie Brownlee

Larry Gross

 Arlene Luck
Managing Editor