IJoC Publishes 25 papers in August 2018

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The International Journal Communication is pleased to announce the publication of 25 papers in August 2018 including a Special Section on Political Scandale=s. To access these papers, please Ctrl+Click on the article titles below for direct linking, or go to ijoc.org. 


Bringing the Mountain to the Prophet: Marshall McLuhan’s Mythology in the Anthropocene
Niall P. Stephens

Becoming Iconic
Barry King 

Social Issues and TV Scripted Fiction: An Exploration of Fans’ Feedback in Spain
Deborah Castro, Joseph D. Straubhaar

Rethinking the Venezuelan Media Presidency: Populism/Authoritarianism and “Spectacular Modernity
Noah Zweig

The Bounded Embodiment of Fandom in China: Recovering Shifting Media Experiences and Fan Participation Through an Oral History of Animation-Comics-Games Lovers
Yiyi Yin, Xie Zhuoxiao

Implicit and Explicit Control: Modeling the Effect of Internet Censorship on Political Protest in China
Jiayin Lu, Yupei Zhao

Networks of Play and Resentment: Emotionally Mobilized Protests in Macau in the Internet Age
Zhongxuan Lin

Theoretical Frames and Institutional Constraints: A Synopsis About Chilean Communication Research in the 21st Century
Claudia Lagos Lira

Attention in Business Press to the Diffusion of Attention Technologies, 1990–2017
Ronald E. Rice, Zane T. Hoffmann

The Media Event Build-Up Phase: A Site of Contestation and Counternarratives
Cerianne Robertson

Far-Right Parties in the European Union and Media Populism: A Comparative Analysis of 10 Countries During European Parliament Elections
Larisa Doroshenko

The Post-Truth Double-Helix: Reflexivity and Mistrust in Local Politics
Timothy Gibson


Yu Hong, Networking China: The Digital Transformation of the Chinese Economy 
Menglu Lyu

Darin Barney, Gabriella Coleman, Christine Ross, Jonathan Sterne, Tamar Tembeck (Eds.), The Participatory Condition in the Digital Age
Aleena Chia

Theorizing the Future of Rhetoric and Posthumanism: Perspectives on Bodies that Learn Language and Objects that Have Agency
Emma Frances Bloomfield 

Grant Bollmer, Inhuman Networks: Social Media and the Archaeology of Connection
George Maier

Andre Cavalcante, Struggling for Ordinary: Media and Transgender Belonging in Everyday Life
Greg Niedt

Larry Gross

Arlene Luck
Managing Editor