IJoC Publishes 33 Papers in JULY

 

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invites you to read 33 papers that published in JULY 

The International Journal Communication is pleased to announce the publication of 33 papers in July 2019, including the Special Sections on “East Asia in Action” and “Extreme Speech and Global Digital Cultures.”  To access the papers listed below, please Ctrl+Click on the titles for direct hyperlinking. We look forward to your feedback!
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ARTICLES

The Wisdom of  the Crowd Versus the Wisdom in  the Crowd: Testing the Effects of Aggregate User Representation, Valence, and Argument Strength on Attitude Formation in Online Reviews
Yue Dai, Brandon Van Der Heide, Adam J. Mason, Soo Yun Shin 

 The Sequential and Conditional Nature of 21st-Century Digital Skills
Ester van Laar, Alexander J.A.M. van Deursen, Jan A.G.M. van Dijk,
Jos de Haan

On the Concept of Medium: An Empirical Study
Andrea Miconi, Marcello Serra

Political Campaigning Games: Digital Campaigning With Computer Games in European National Elections
Michael Bossetta

The Political and Civic Potential of Popular Women’s Magazines: The Israeli Case
Einat Lachover

The Role of Structural Factors in Antibiotic Use Among European Union Citizens:
A Multilevel Analysis

Yvonnes Chen, Hong Tien Vu

 Do I Look All Right (or All Left)? The Interactive Effect of Facial Appearance and Political Attitudes on Social Attraction
Nurit Tal-Or, Liat Paparp Bivas, Yael Sagron 

Papi Jiang and Microcelebrity in China: A Multilevel Analysis
Angela Ke Li

FEATURES

Out of the Tower and Into the Field: Fieldwork as Public Scholarship in the Face
of Social Injustice

Thomas J Billard

BOOK REVIEWS

Kimberly Meltzer, From News to Talk: The Expansion of Opinion and Commentary
in US Journalism

Yufei Yan

Jeff Scheible, Digital Shift: The Cultural Logic of Punctuation
Amanda C.R. Clark

Manuel Castells, Rupture: The Crisis of Liberal Democracy
Magdalena Day
 

Margie Borschke, This is Not a Remix: Piracy, Authenticity and Popular Music
Simogne Hudson

Andrew Guthrie Ferguson, The Rise of Big Data Policing: Surveillance, Race,
and the Future of Law Enforcement

Jessica Lindsay Roan Hatrick

Technology and Politics in the Horn of Africa
Azeb N. Madebo

Sarah Banet-Weiser, Empowered: Popular Feminism and Popular Misogyny
Younghan Cho

By Any Media Necessary: The New Youth Activism
Hoan Nguyen

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Larry Gross
Editor

Arlene Luck
Managing Editor