International Journal of Communication announces the publication of 17 papers that published in MAY

International Journal of Communication invites you to read these 17 papers that published in MAY

The International Journal of Communication is pleased to announce the publication of 17 papers in MAY 2021. To access these papers, Ctrl+Click on the titles below for direct hyperlinking.



American Spring: How Russian State Media Translate American Protests for an Arab Audience
Nathaniel Greenberg

“One Big Fake News”: Misinformation at the Intersection of User-Based and Legacy Media
Aya Yadlin, Oranit Klein Shagrir

Mediatized Realities of Migrants in a Comparative Perspective: Media Use, Deservingness, and Threat Perceptions in the United States and Western Europe
David De Coninck, Christine Ogan, Lars Willnat, Leen d’Haenens

Developing a Perceived Social Media Literacy Scale: Evidence from Singapore
Edson C. Tandoc Jr., Andrew Z. H. Yee, Jeremy Ong, James Chong Boi Lee, Duan Xu, Zheng Han, Chew Chee Han Matthew, Janelle Shaina Hui Yi Ng, Cui Min Lim, Lydia Rui Jun Cheng,Marie Ysa Cayabyab

Perception and Decision Making: A Multi-Technique Analysis of Campaign Posters in the 2019 Bogotá Mayoral Election
Laura Nadal, Iria Bello Viruega, Neyla Pardo

An Examination of Factors Influencing National Reputation of India Among South Asians on Social Media
Nisha Garud-Patkar

The Power of Fear in Prevention Campaigns: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Loss and Coping Appeals on Pickpocketing Prevention Behavior
Thomas N. Friemel, Dennis Reichow

The “Gentleman-like” Anne Lister on Gentleman Jack: Queerness, Class, and Prestige in “Quality” Period Dramas
Eve Ng

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge as Postcolonial Fantasy: Disney, Labor, and the Renegotiation of Border Discourses
Diana Leon-Boys, Christopher Chávez

Social Capital and Venture Creation: Identifying Entrepreneurial Opportunities in the Chinese Digital Game Industry
Gejun Huang

Mass Media and the Attraction of the Arts in Small-Size Global Cities: The (Re)Distribution of Cultural Capital
Christian Lamour, Nathalie Lorentz

Discussing Political Issues in a Private Setting: An Examination of the Diwaniya as a Forum for Political Communication in Kuwait
Uche Onyebadi


Telesafaris, WildEarth Television, and the Future of Tourism
Ian Glenn


Nicole Stremlau, Media, Conflict and the State in Africa
Allison Hailey Hahn

Philip M. Napoli, Social Media and the Public Interest: Media Regulation in the Disinformation Age
Allison Perlman

Numbers That Matter in Journalism: How to Use Numbers Effectively and Ethically
Gyo Hyun Koo

Lana Swartz, New Money: How Payment Became Social Media
Julien Mailland


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Arlene Luck, Founding Managing Editor  
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