IJoC Publishes 21 Papers in March

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The International Journal Communication is pleased to announce the publication of 21 papers in April 2020. To access these papers, please Ctrl+Click on the titles below for direct hyperlinking to these articles. We look forward to your feedback and wish you well during these challenging times.


Chinese Automated Journalism: A Comparison Between Expectations and Perceived Quality
Chenyan Jia 

Assessing Digital Threats to Democracy, and Workable Solutions: A Review of the Recent Literature
Kathleen M. Kuehn, Leon A. Salter 

The Emerging Institutionalization of Global Internet of Things Governance: A Network Approach
Jaewon R. Choi, Wenhong Chen 

Digital Traces of “Twitter Revolutions”: Resistance, Polarization, and Surveillance via Contested Images and Texts of Occupy Gezi
Ozge Ozduzen, Aidan McGarry

Developing the ‘Control Imaginary’: TIME Magazine’s Symbolic Construction of Digital Technologies
Delia Dumitrica, Georgia Gaden Jones

Journalistic Coverage of Organized Crime in Mexico: Reporting on the Facts, Security Protocols, and Recurrent Subthemes
Elba Díaz-Cerveró, Daniel Barredo

The Black Box and Japanese Discourses of the Digital
David Humphrey 

Manager–Employee Communication in the #MeToo Era: The Role of Gender Similarity and Context Ambiguity in Ethical Leadership
Lindsey Meeks, William T. Howe

Political Party Identification and Intergroup Attitudes: Exploring the Effects of Mediated and Direct Contact With the Opposing Party During a Presidential Campaign
Mei-Chen Lin, Paul M. Haridakis, Yan Bing Zhan

“I Like That It’s My Choice a Couple Different Times”: Gender, Affordances, and User Experience on Bumble Dating
Urszula Pruchniewska

Subaltern Agency in the Cultural Industries: Palestinian Creative Labor in the Israeli Series Fauda
Amal Jamal, Noa Lavie

The Elusiveness of Communicative Influence: How Key Socializers Influence Adolescents’ Proenvironmental Engagement
Yuliya Lakew

Party Populism and Media Access: The News Value of Populist Communication and How It Is Handled by the Mass Media
Franzisca Schmidt

Incorporating Communication Factors in the Theory of Planned Behavior to Predict Chinese University Students’ Intention to Consume Genetically Modified Foods
Li Li, John Robert Bautista


“Rediscovering” Ideology Critique (Again): Toward a Critical Realist Analysis of Political Media Effects
Matt Guardino


Dal Yong Jin and Nojin Kwak (Eds.), Communication, Digital Media, and Popular Culture in Korea: Contemporary Research and Future Prospects
Gooyong Kim

Izumi Mitsui (Ed.), Cultural Translation of Management Philosophy in Asian Companies: Its Emergence, Transmission, and Diffusion in the Global Era
Chengfa Yu

Mohammad Ayub Khan and Noam Ebner (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Cross-Cultural Business Negotiation
Renzhong Peng, Chongguang Zhu

Jason Farman, Delayed Response: The Art of Waiting from the Ancient to the Instant World
Cynthia Wang 

Eden Medina, Cybernetic Revolutionaries: Technology and Politics in Allende’s Chile
Kristin Wells

Edmund Chapman, The Afterlife of Texts in Translation: Understanding the Messianic in Literature
Linxin Liang


Larry Gross

Arlene Luck
Managing Editor