IJoC Publishes 29 papers in JUNE

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International Journal of Communication invites you to read these 29 papers that published in JUNE 

The International Journal Communication is pleased to announce the publication of 29 papers in June 2019 including a Special Section on Cars and Contemporary Communication.  To access these papers, please Ctrl+Click on the titles below for direct hyperlinking to these articles. We look forward to your feedback!



Building a Network to “Tell China Stories Well”: Chinese Diplomatic Communication Strategies on Twitter
Zhao Alexandre Huang, Rui Wang

Connective Action and Affective Language: Computational Text Analysis of Facebook Comments on Social Movements in South Korea
Shin Haeng Lee, Tae Yun Lim

“Funnel Time” in the Heartland: Shifting Temporalities and Changing Materialities at The Omaha World-Herald
Nikki Usher

Popular Media in the Metropolitan Third Places: Exploring the Uses and Gratifications of the Mobile Homo Œconomicus
Christian Lamour

The Distant Sufferer: Measuring Spectatorship of Photojournalism
Teresa E. Weikmann, Thomas E. Powell

“Men Are Scum”: Self-Regulation, Hate Speech, and Gender-Based Censorship on Facebook
Chloe Nurik

Portrayals of Unethical and Unvirtuous Workplace Behaviors on TV: Implications for Vocational Anticipatory Socialization
DaJung Woo, Kimberly Walsh McDermott

Toward a Performative Understanding of Politeness
Kyle Rudick, Danielle Dick McGeough

Proximity and Networked News Public: Structural Topic Modeling of Global Twitter Conversations about the 2017 Quebec Mosque Shooting
Hazel Kwon, Monica Chadha, Feng Wang 

Norms as Regulating Factors for Self-Disclosure in a Collapsed Context: Norm Orientation Among Referent Others on Facebook
Arne Freya Zillich, Kathrin Friederike Müller

(Re)constructing Professional Journalistic Practice in Mexico: Verificado’s Marketing of Legitimacy, Collaboration, and Pop Culture in Fact-Checking the 2018 Elections
Nadia I. Martínez-Carrillo, Daniel J. Tamul

Unpublishing the News: An Analysis of U.S. and South Korean Journalists’ Discourse About an Emerging Practice
Hye Soo Nah, Stephanie Craft

Live Ambience and Homestead Away From Home: Social Media Use and Dependency by Visiting Chinese Students in the United States
Zixue Tai, Jue Lu, Fengbin Hu 

Social Identity and Group Emotion: Media Effects and Support for Military Intervention
Seth Bradshaw, Kate Kenski

Identification and Comparison of the Persuasive Elements Present in “Best Answers” to STD-Related Questions on Social Q&A Sites: Yahoo! Answers (United States) Versus Knowledge-iN (South Korea)
Beom Jun Bae, Yong Jeong Yi


Carolyn Mae Kim, Social Media Campaigns: Strategies for Public Relations and Marketing
Ekaterina Bogomoletc

Özlem Berk Albachten and Şehnaz Tahir Gürçağlar (Eds.), Perspectives on Retranslation: Ideology, Paratexts, Methods
Feng Pan

Ted Grossardt and Keiron Bailey, Transportation Planning and Public Participation: Theory, Process and Practice
Oscar Gandy

Susan Zieger, The Mediated Mind: Affect, Ephemera, and Consumerism in the Nineteenth Century
Miles Edward Hubble

Jean Bessette, Retroactivism in the Lesbian Archives: Composing Pasts and Futures
Anastasia Howe Bukowski

Siva Vaidhyanathan, Antisocial Media: How Facebook Disconnects Us and Undermines Democracy
Chang-Te Hsu


Larry Gross

Arlene Luck
Managing Editor