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International Journal of Communication
invites you to read these 28 papers that published in FEBRUARY 2019

The International Journal Communication is pleased to announce the publication of 28 papers in February 2019.  To access these papers, please Ctrl+Click on the titles below for direct hyperlinking to these articles. We look forward to your feedback!



Earwitnessing Detention: Carceral Secrecy, Affecting Voices, and Political
Listening in The Messenger Podcast

Maria Rae, Emma Russell, Amy Nethery

The Impacts of Territorial Communication Norms and Composition on
Online Trolling

Pnina Fichman, Elizabeth Peters

Visual Presentation of Refugees During the “Refugee Crisis” of 2015–2016
on the Online Portal of the Croatian Public Broadcaster

Ljiljana Saric

The Representation of Graphene in the Online Press of the United States,
the United Kingdom, and Spain

Blanca Guasch, Sergi Cortiñas, Marta González, Santiago
Justel-Vázquez, Javier Peña

Dealing with Increasing Complexity: Media Orientations of Communication
Managers in Public Sector Organizations

Sandra Jacobs, Anke Wonneberger

Relations of Media Production in Occupy Wall Street
John L. Hammond

Incidental Exposure to Political Disagreement on Facebook and Corrective
Participation: Unraveling the Effects of Emotional Responses and Issue

Yanqin Lu

How Do Intermediaries Shape News-Related Media Repertoires and
Practices? Findings From a Qualitative Study

Jan-Hinrik Schmidt, Lisa Merten, Uwe Hasebrink, Isabelle Petrich,
Amelie Rolfs

Identifying Normativity in Communication Research: A Typology and
a Framework for Assessing Scientific and Extrascientific Norms

Liane Rothenberger, Claudia Auer, Cornelius B. Pratt

The Narrative Engageability Scale: A Multidimensional Trait Measure for
the Propensity to Become Engaged in a Story

Helena Bilandzic, Freya Sukalla, Cornelia Schnell, Matthias R.
Hastall, Rick W. Busselle

“In Spite of” and “Alongside”: Disillusion and Success in Advocacy
Communication for the Roma

Adina Schneeweis

Web Infrastructures and Online Attention Ecology
Harsh Taneja, Angela Xiao Wu

Future Talk: Accounting for the Technological and Other Future Discourses
in Daily Life

Meryl Alper

“Airpocalyse” and the China Smog Crisis: Examining Online and Offline
Civic Engagement Motives, Attention and Actions

Yashu Chen, Pauline Cheong

Consonance and Diversity of Voices and Viewpoints: A New Paradigm
to Study Actors’ Cumulative Influence on Viewpoints in Immigration News

Andrea Masini

Selective Exposure and Perceived Identification With Characters in
Transnational Arabic Television

Tamara Kharroub, Andrew J. Weaver


Truth, Communication, and Democracy
Douglas Porpora, Seif Sekalala


Lori Kido Lopez, Asian American Media Activism: Fighting for Cultural

Greg Niedt

Farooq Sulehria, Media Imperialism in India and Pakistan
Oliver Boyd-Barrett

Matthew W. Ragas and Ron Culp (Eds.), Mastering Business for Strategic Communicators: Insights and Advice from the C-Suite of Leading Brands
Vanessa Bravo

Michael Palm, Technologies of Consumer Labor: A History of Self-Service
Ngai Keung Chan

Heinz Nigg (Ed.), Rebel Video: The Video Movement of the 1970s
and 1980s

Gino Canella

Lisa Parks and Caren Kaplan (Eds.), Life in the Age of Drone Warfare
Hugo Ljungbäck

Jade L. Miller, Nollywood Central
Annemarie Iddins

Safiya Noble, Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce

Aymar Jean Christian

David Cromwell and David Edwards, Media Lens, Propaganda Blitz: How
the Corporate Media Destroy Reality

Alan MacLeod

Julien Mailland and Kevin Driscoll, Minitel: Welcome to the Internet
Frances Corry, Anna C. Loup

Colin Milburn, Mondo Nano: Fun and Games in the World of Digital Matter
Maxwell Foxman


Larry Gross

Arlene Luck
Managing Editor