IJoC Publishes 27 Papers in July 2020

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International Journal of Communication invites you to read these 27 papers that published in JULY 

The International Journal Communication is pleased to announce the publication of 27 papers in JULY 2020. To access these papers, please Ctrl+Click on the titles below for direct hyperlinking. We look forward to your feedback!



Testing Three Measures of Verbal–Visual Frame Interplay in German News Coverage of Refugees and Asylum Seekers
Viorela Dan, Maria E. Grabe, Brent J. Hale

Searching for the Global Audience: A Comparative, Multiple-Method Analysis of a Global Trending Topic on Twitter
Katerina Girginova 

There’s More to the Story: Both Individual and Collective Policy Narratives Can Increase Support for Community-Level Action
Chris Skurka, Jeff Niederdeppe, Liana Winett 

Student Participation and Public Facebook Communication: Exploring the Demand and Supply of Political Information in the Romanian #rezist Demonstrations
Dan Mercea, Toma Burean, Viorel Proteasa

Digital Feminism and Affective Splintering: South Korean Twitter Discourse on 500 Yemeni Refugees
Do Own (Donna) Kim, Nathaniel Ming Curran, Hyun Tae (Calvin) Kim 

The Multiplex Networks of Strategic Alliances and Follower– Followee Relations Among U.S. Technology Companies
Jingyi Sun 

Organizational Threat Appraisal by Publics: The Effects of Perceived Temporal Distance on Health Crisis Outcomes
Sungsu Kim, Yan Jin  

Enabling Cultural Policies? Culture, Capabilities, and Citizenship
Torgeir Uberg Nærland, Jan Fredrik Hovden, Hallvard Moe 

Culture and Health Communication: A Comparative Content Analysis of Tweets from the United States and Korea
Minhee Choi, Brooke Weberling McKeever

Only So Many Hours in a Day: Early Childhood Screen Time in Boston and Mexico City
Lisa B. Hurwitz, David S. Bickham, Summer H. Moukalled, Michael Rich

Authoritarian Populism and the Discourse of “the People” in the Turkish Islamist Media: The Case of Yeni Şafak
Yesim Kaptan

How Satirists Alternate Between Discursive Modes: An Introduction of the Humoristic Metaphors in Satirical News (HMSN) Typology
Ellen Droog, Christian Burgers, Gerard J. Steen

#MeToo; #HimToo: Popular Feminism and Hashtag Activism in the Kavanaugh Hearings
Tisha Dejmanee, Zulfia Zaher, Samantha Rouech, Michael J. Papa

The Effects of Personality Traits and Situational Factors on the Deliberativeness and Civility of User Comments on News Websites
Johannes Beckert, Marc Ziegele 

Is Bad News Biased? How Poll Reporting Affects Perceptions of Media Bias and Presumed Voter Behavior
Mallory R. Perryman, Jordan Foley, Michael W. Wagner

Facebook Not Statebook: Defining SNS Diplomacy with Four Modes of Online Diplomatic Participation
Q. Elyse Huang

Doubt Versus Trust: Framing Effects of the News About the 2018 Trump‒Kim Jong Un Summit in Singapore on American College Students
Chang Sup Park, Barbara K. Kaye

Developing a Mediation Model for Narrative Evidence Processing Based on Social-Cognitive Variables and Agency-Based Cultural Exemplars
Soo Jung Hong

Cross-Media Usage Repertoires and Their Political Impacts: The Case of China
Qiong Gong, Marc Verboord, Susanne Janssen

Book Reviews

Carey Jewitt, Sara Price, Kerstin Mackley, Nikoleta Giannoutsou, and Douglas Atkinson, Interdisciplinary Insights For Digital Touch Communication
Wei Zhang 

Nancy Baym, Playing to the Crowd: Musicians, Audiences, and the Intimate Work of Connection
Alexandria Arrieta 

Advances in Digital Intimacy Research (Book essay on 2 books)
Lik Sam Chan

Pablo J. Boczkowski and C. W. Anderson (Eds.), Remaking the News: Essays on the Future of Journalism Scholarship in the Digital Age
Shuning Lu

Philip N. Howard, Lie Machines, How to Save Democracy from Troll Armies, Deceitful Robots, Junk News Operations, and Political Operatives
Albana Dwonch

Taberez Ahmed Neyazi, Political Communication and Mobilisation: The Hindi Media in India
Tabassum Ruhi Khan

Rajiv George Aricat and Rich Ling, Mobile Communication and Low-Skilled Migrants’ Acculturation to Cosmopolitan Singapore
Mai Nou Xiong-Gum

Christina Dunbar-Hester, Hacking Diversity: The Politics of Inclusion in Open
Technology Cultures

Samantha Shorey


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Managing Editor    

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