International Journal of Communication invites you to read these 25 papers that published in NOVEMBER

International Journal of Communication invites you to read these 25 papers that published in NOVEMBER

The International Journal of Communication is pleased to announce the publication of 25 papers in NOVEMBER 2021. To access these papers, Ctrl+Click on the titles below for direct hyperlinking.

The Politics of Contextualization in Communication Research: Examining the Discursive Strategies of Non-U.S. Research in Communication Journals
Michael Chan, Jingjing Yi, Panfeng Hu, Dmitry Kuznetsov

Media Campaign Strategies in Communicating HIV/AIDS in Zambia: Comparing Risk and Crisis Communication Strategies in Mitigating Behavior Change Among Sex Workers
Gregory Gondwe, Eric Kwame Adae

Making Sense of Digital Inequalities in Remote Contexts: Conceptions of and Responses to Connectivity Challenges in the Northwest Territories, Canada
Rob McMahon, Murat Akcayir, Michael B. McNally, Sydonie Okheena

Which Person Walks Into a Bar? A Typology of Globally Spread Humor on Twitter
Asaf Nissenbaum, David Freud

Agenda-Cutting Versus Agenda-Building: Does Sponsored Content Influence Corporate News Coverage in U.S. Media?
Christopher Joseph Vargo, Michelle A. Amazeen

Perceived Credibility of Tweets by Opinion Leaders During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Spain
Reinald Besalú, Carles Pont-Sorribes, Aleix Martí

Evidence of Heterogeneity in the Direction and Magnitude of Narrative Effects on Transportation and Counterarguing Across Three Independent Samples
Yiwei Xu, Liana B. Winett, Jeff Niederdeppe

Studying Personal Internet Access as an Infrastructure: A Qualitative Inquiry
Darja Grošelj

Communication Practices in the Production of Syrian Refugee Belonging
Melissa Wall

Covering Technology Risks and Responsibility: Automation, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, and Algorithms in the Media
Cornelia Brantner, Florian Saurwein

News Frames in the Context of a Substantial Increase in Migration: Differences Between Media Platforms and Immigrants’ Nationality
Andrés Scherman, Nicolle Etchegaray

Facebook Use and Well-Being Among Army Veterans With PTSD
Daphna Yeshua-Katz, Tanya Zilberstein

Freedom of Speech and Press in Muslim-Majority Countries
Shugofa Dastgeer, Daxton Stewart

Fake News Cues: Examining the Impact of Content, Source, and Typology of News Cues on People’s Confidence in Identifying Mis- and Disinformation
Amber Hinsley, Avery Holton

Political Issues Management: Framing the Issue of Climate Change
Meaghan McKasy, Diana Zulli

#GaysOverCOVID: The Social Drama of LGBTQ Representation on Instagram
Tyler Quick

From Invisibility to the Public Sphere: The Hybrid Media Strategy of a New Party (Podemos, Spain, 2014–2015)
Víctor Sampedro, Rafael Durán, Francisco Seoane, Alessandra Farné

Discussing Politics on SNSs Across National Contexts: A Comparison Between Facebook and Twitter Users in France and Japan
Julien Audemard

Elaboration, Cancer Worry, and Risk Perception Mediate the Association Between News Attention on the Internet and Intention to Uptake HPV Vaccination: Extending the Cognitive Mediation Model
Li Li, John Robert Bautista

A Relational Equality Bias: Women’s Narrative Engagement in Reading Chinese BL
Yanyan Zhou, Tuo Liu, Harry (Yaojun) Yan, Bryant Paul, Yuezheng Wang

The Imagined Industry
Elena Maris


David Craig, Jian Lin, and Stuart Cunningham, Wanghong as Social Media Entertainment in China
Mingxiao Sui

Leen Van Brussel, Nico Carpentier, and Benjamin De Cleen (Eds.), Communication and Discourse Theory: Collected Works of the Brussels Discourse Theory Group
Xin Zhang, Yiming Chen

Lilie Chouliaraki and Anne Vestergaard (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Humanitarian Communication
Zhe Xu

Yanru Chen, Innovations in Communication Theories: The Man Is the Message
Yanhong Hu 

Larry Gross, Editor
Arlene Luck, Founding Managing Editor  
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