IJoC Publishes 13 Papers in November 2018

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The International Journal Communication is pleased to announce the publication of 13 papers in November 2018.  To access these papers, please Ctrl+Click on the article titles below for direct linking, or go to ijoc.org to read the Special Sections.



Shifting Demographics: Understanding How Ethnically Diverse Networks Influence Latinos’ Political Uses of Social Media and Offline Political Engagement
Andrea M. Quenette, Alcides Velasquez

Mo “Meta” Blues: How Popular Culture Can Act as Metajournalistic Discourse
Patrick Ferrucci

Between Violence and Exclusion: Cinematic Representation of Gender Politics in Antarmahal and Water
Imran Mazid

Media Censures: The Hutchins Commission on the Press, the New York Intellectuals on Mass Culture
Stephen Bates

Immigrants’ Church Participation and Community Integration: The Mediating Role of the Local Storytelling Network
Minhee Soo

The Whole World Is Watching: Comparing European and United States News Coverage of the U.S. 2008 and 2016 Elections
Peter Van Aelst, Rens Vliegenthart, Amber E. Boydstun

Audience, Media, and Cultural Factors as Predictors of Multiscreen Use: A Comparative Study of the Netherlands and the United States
Claire M. Segijn, Anastasia Kononova

A Racial Reckoning of a Progressive Ideology in Public Discourse
Sue Robinson

Routine Adjustments: How Journalists Framed the Charleston Shootings
William P. Cassidy, Betty H. La France, Sam Babin

Business Strategies of Korean TV Players in the Age of Over-The-Top (OTT) Video Service
Eun-A Park


Alan MacLeod, Bad News from Venezuela: Twenty Years of Fake News and Misreporting
Noah Zweig

Matt Carlson, Journalistic Authority: Legitimating News in the Digital Era
Ruth Moon

Rachel E. Dubrofsky and Shoshana Amielle Magnet (Eds.), Feminist Surveillance Studies
Fernand R. Rosa


Larry Gross

Arlene Luck
Managing Editor