International Journal of Communication invites you to read these 15 papers that published in OCTOBER

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The International Journal Communication
is pleased to announce the publication of 15 papers in October 2018. To access these papers, please Ctrl+Click on the article titles below for direct linking.  We look forward to your feedback!



Imbalances in On-Demand Documentary Offerings. The Case of a Small Media Market: Belgium
Catalina Iordache, Eline Livémont

It’s Only a Game, Let’s Leave Politics Out of It: Mega-Sporting Events, Broadcasting Rights, and Network News Bias
Catie Snow Bailard, Mark Major

The Panama and Paradise Papers. The Rise of a Global Fourth Estate
Peter Berglez, Amanda Gearing 

Comparing Digital Media Industries in South Korea and Australia: The Case of Netflix Take-Up
Tim Dwyer, Yongwoon Shim, Heejin Lee, Jonathon Hutchinson

Young People’s Attributions of Privacy Rights and Obligations in Digital Sexting Culture
Emily Setty

A Political Leader’s Image in Public Diplomacy and Nation Branding: The Impact of Competence, Charisma, Integrity and Gender
Diana Ingenhoff, Susanne Klein

Framing the Syrian Refugee Crisis: A Comparative Analysis of Arabic and English News Sources
Srividya Ramasubramanian, Caitlin Miles

The History of Media Policy Based on Mediatization: A Theoretical Perspective
Maria Löblich

A Normative Study of Broadcast Regulators in the Arab World
Bouziane Zaid

Does a Media Organization’s Defense of its Own Image Matter?
Chuka Onwumechili

“Harmonious Middle Kingdom and Dangerous Beautiful Country?” Exploring Cultivation Effects of Domestic and U.S.-Made TV Programs on Chinese College Students?” Exploring Cultivation Effects of Domestic and U.S.-Made TV Programs on Chinese College Students
Yong Tang, Xue Dou, Mary Beth Oliver

Mongolia’s 2015 Referendum via Text Messaging: Engaging Rural and Nomadic Citizens in Public Screen Deliberation
Allison Hahn


Anthony Donoghue, Statistics and the Media: Foundations in Statistical Thinking through Media Examples
Eiki Satake

Grant Bollmer, Inhuman Networks. Social Media and the Archeology of Connection
Jérôme Bourdon

Darin Barney, Gabriella Coleman, Christine Ross, Jonathan Sterne, and Tamar Tembeck (Eds.), The Participatory Condition in the Digital Age
Laura Simpson Reeves


Larry Gross

Arlene Luck
Managing Editor