International Journal of Communication invites you to read these 20 papers that published in SEPTEMBER

International Journal of Communication invites you to read these 20 papers that published in SEPTEMBER

The International Journal of Communication is pleased to announce the publication of 20 papers in SEPTEMBER 2021. To access these papers, Ctrl+Click on the titles below for direct hyperlinking.


What People Tell Other People About New Technologies: The Impact of Attitudes Toward the Technology and Trust Toward the Source on Information Distortion
Hans Hoeken, Madelijn Strick

Anti-Vaccine Beliefs and COVID-19 Information Seeking on Social Media: Examining Processes Influencing COVID-19 Beliefs and Preventative Actions
Christopher J. McKinley, Fanny Lauby

Ethnocentrism in Conflict News Coverage: A Multimodal Framing Analysis of the 2018 Gaza Protests in The Times of Israel and Al Jazeera
Belal Doufesh, Holger Briel

Clearing the Smog? Examining the Relationship Between Traditional Media Versus Nontraditional Internet-Based Media and Risk Information Seeking in China
Yanni Ma, Jay Hmielowski, Wenjie Yan

Oceanic Negroes: Communicating Pacific Blackness Down, Out, and Under
Khadijah Costley White

How Journalists Think About the First Amendment Vis-à-Vis Their Coverage of Hate Groups
Gregory Perreault, Jonathan Peters, Brett Johnson, Leslie Klein

The Spaces of Sensationalism: A Comparative Case Study of the New York Journal and BuzzFeed
David Elliot Berman

The Role of Social Media Behaviors and Structural Intergroup Relations on Immigrant Stereotypes
Vivian Hsueh Hua Chen, Saifuddin Ahmed, Arul Chib

A Review and Content Validation of 10 Measurement Scales for Parental Mediation of Children’s Internet Use
Seffetullah Kuldas, Aikaterini Sargioti, Tijana Milosevic, James O’Higgins Norman

“Creating a New Roma Identity”: TV Production as an Alternative Site for Identification and Identity Negotiation
Azeta Hatef


Threat and/in Inoculation Theory
Josh Compton

Ten Myths About the Korean Wave in the Global Cultural Sphere
Dal Yong Jin


Sa’ed Atshan, Queer Palestine and the Empire of Critique
Bernardita Maria Yunis Varas

Talal M. Almutairi and Dean Kruckeberg (Eds.), Public Relations in the Gulf Cooperation Council Countries: An Arab Perspective
Fatemeh Kamali-Chirani

Suzanne Leonard, Wife, Inc: The Business of Marriage in the Twenty-First Century
Sydney Forde

Stuart A. Selber, Institutional Literacies: Engaging Academic IT Contexts for Writing and Communication
Min Wang

Xiuli Wang, Winning American Hearts and Minds: China’s Image Building Efforts in the 21st Century
Di Wang

Alane L. Presswood, Food Blogs, Postfeminism, and the Communication of Expertise: Digital Domestics
Elizabeth Nathanson

Alfred L. Martin, Jr., The Generic Closet: Black Gayness and the Black-Cast Sitcom
Aiden James Kosciesza

Allissa V. Richardson, Bearing Witness While Black: African Americans, Smartphones, & the New Protest #Journalism
Kelli Moore

Larry Gross, Editor
Arlene Luck, Founding Managing Editor  
Kady Bell-Garcia, Managing Editor
Kasia Anderson, Managing Editor, Special Sections

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