International Journal of Communication invites you to read these 26 papers that published in OCTOBER

International Journal of Communication invites you to read these 26 papers that published in OCTOBER

The International Journal of Communication is pleased to announce the publication of 26 papers in OCTOBER 2021. To access these papers, Ctrl+Click on the titles below for direct hyperlinking.


Civil Society Responses to Singapore’s Online “Fake News” Law
Kai Xiang Teo

The Importance of Latinx Showrunners in Getting Authentic Latino TV Series in English-Language American Television: The Case of Tanya Saracho and Vida (Starz, 2018–2020)
María-José Higueras-Ruiz, Jordi Alberich-Pascual, Enrique Herrera-Viedma

Good Girls Don’t Go Online: Unpacking the Quotidian Playful Resilience Influencing Girls’ Social and Digital Engagements
Kiran Vinod Bhatia, Payal Arora, Manisha Pathak-Shelat

“Trust, Then Verify”: When and Why People Fact-Check Partisan Information
Nathan Walter, Stephanie Edgerly, Camille J. Saucier

The Scientists Have Betrayed Us! The Effects of Anti-Science Communication on Negative Perceptions Toward the Scientific Community
Michael Hameleers, Toni G. L. A. Van der Meer

“Are We Becoming the Kind of Nation That Just Blocks Out All Criticism?”: Negotiating the Gap Between Digital Citizenship Education and Young People’s Everyday Digital Citizenship Practices in Malaysia
Amelia Johns

Trollfare: Russia’s Disinformation Campaign During Military Conflict in Ukraine
Larissa Doroshenko, Josephine Lukito

Identity Dynamics Among Left-Leaning, Politically Active Kurds in Germany: The Role of Perceived Injustice, Collective Efficacy, and Online/Offline Participation
Özen Odağ, Özden Melis Uluğ, Helin Ünal

Cross-Platform News Media Repertoires and Their Political Implications
Su Jung Kim, Lena-Maria Schwarze

The Gender Dimensions of Foreign Influence Operations
Samantha Bradshaw, Amélie Henle

The Challenges of Digital Diplomacy in the Era of Globalization: The Case of the United Arab Emirates
Osman Antwi-Boateng, Khadija Ali Mohammed Al Mazrouei

Visual Communication in Practice: A Texto-Material Approach to WhatsApp in Mexico City
Edgar Gómez-Cruz, Ignacio Siles

Promoting Climate Change Abatement Policies in the Face of Motivated Reasoning: Oneness With the Source and Attitude Generalization
Christopher J. Carpenter, Shannon M. Cruz

Understanding Digital Generations: Social Media Habitus, Memetic Engagements, and Digital Social Inequalities in China
Qingqing Hu, Pauline Hope Cheong

Internet Users’ Reasons and Motives for Online News Commenting
Veera Kangaspunta

COVID-19 Twitter Communication of Major Societal Stakeholders: Health Institutions, the Government, and the News Media
Wenyou Ye, Rodrigo Dorantes-Gilardi, Ziyu Xiang, Liviu Aron

Laugh, but Don’t Seek: A Reassessment of the Gateway Hypothesis
Michaele D. Myers, Jay D. Hmielowski

Popularity on Facebook During Election Campaigns: An Analysis of Issues and Emotions in Parties’ Online Communication
Sina Blassnig, Linards Udris, Anna Staender, Daniel Vogler

Do the Online Activities of Amazon Mechanical Turk Workers Mirror Those of the General Population? A Comparison of Two Survey Samples
Aaron Shaw, Eszter Hargittai

Striking by Telegram, Avatar, and Geotag: Changing ICT Landscapes of Virtual Protest in India
Winifred R. Poster

Media Exposure and Third-Person Perception: The Mediating Role of Social Realism and Proxy Efficacy
Xudong Liu, Ven-hwei Lo, Ran Wei, Xigen Li, Shengnan Pang, Ruiyao Zhang

Unsettling Victory: Storylines of Success and Anxiety in the Coverage of the Decline of ISIS in Three U.S. Newspapers
Stefanie Z. Demetriades, Christina Hagen, Daria Baxter Griffith, Patricia Riley


John B. Thompson, Book Wars: The Digital Revolution in Publishing
Emily West

Joseph Turow, The Voice Catchers: How Marketers Listen In to Exploit Your Feelings, Your Privacy, and Your Wallet
Edward B. Kang

Karen E. Shackleford (Ed.), Real Characters: The Psychology of Parasocial Relationships With Media Characters
Olivia A. González

Roopika Risam and Kelly Baker Josephs (Eds.), The Digital Black Atlantic
Asa R. S. McMullen

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

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