International Journal of Communication invites you to read these 32 papers that published in MARCH

International Journal of Communication invites you to read these 32 papers that published in March

The International Journal of Communication is pleased to announce the publication of 32 papers in MARCH 2022, which includes the “Forum on Gandy’s The Panoptic Sort.” To access these papers, Ctrl+Click on the titles below for direct hyperlinking or go to to read the Forum. ______________________________________________________


Network Shocks and Social Support Among Spanish, Dutch, and Italian WhatsApp Users During the First Wave of the COVID-19 Crisis: An Exploratory Analysis of Digital Social Resilience
Marc Esteve-Del-Valle, Elisabetta Costa, Berber Hagedoorn

From Messaging to Behavioral Strategy: Constructing a Model of Relationship-and Action-Focused Crisis Communication Principles
Myoung-Gi Chon, Jeong-Nam Kim, Lisa Tam

The Genderization of American Political Parties in Presidential Election Coverage on Network Television (1992–2020)
Maria Elizabeth Grabe, Ozen Bas 

The Ghosts of Newspapers Past: Public Interest Journalism as Movement
Yuan Zeng, Cherian George 

From Believing to Sharing: Examining the Effects of Partisan Media’s Correction of COVID-19 Vaccine Misinformation
Shuning Lu, Lingzi Zhong

Explicating the Enigma Through the Cultural Lens: Media Stereotyping as a “Ritual”
Miki Tanikawa

The Slow Media Activism of the Spanish Pensioners’ Movement: Imaginaries, Ecologies, and Practices
Alejandro Barranquero, Ángel Barbas

Biased Coverage of Political Rumors: Partisan Bias in the Media’s Coverage of Political Rumors in the 2017 Presidential Election in South Korea Through Issue Filtering and Framing
Hoon Lee, Jaeyoung Hur, Jiyoung Yeon, Hongjin Shim

Indian Democracy Under Threat: The BJP’s Online Authoritarian Populism as a Means to Advance an Ethnoreligious Nationalist Agenda in the 2019 General Election
Gillian Bolsover

A Relational Approach to Digital Sovereignty: e-Estonia Between Russia and the West
Stanislav Budnitsky

The Silent China: Toward an Anti-Essentialism Approach for South–South Encounters
Weidi Zheng

Normalizing Normalization: Emirati and Israeli Newspaper Framing of the Israel–Palestine Conflict Before and After the Abraham Accords
Mohammed el-Nawawy, Mohamad Hamas Elmasry

Moving Forward Against Misinformation or Stepping Back? WhatsApp’s Forwarded Tag as an Electronically Relayed Information Cue
Edson C. Tandoc Jr., Sonny Rosenthal, Jerome Yeo, Zoe Ong, Tingting Yang, Shelly Malik,
Mengxue Ou, Yichen Zhou, Jingwei Zheng, Hamka Afiq Bin Mohamed, Joanne Tan, Zhi Xin Lau,
Jia Yao Lim

Charting the Progression of a Journalism Subarea: A Meta-Analysis of Peace Journalism Scholarship
Adeola Abdulateef Elega, Engin Aluç, Omar Abu Arqoub, Metin Ersoy

The Limits of Diversity: How Publishing Industries Make Race
Anamik Saha, Sandra van Lente

Passionate Hiking Fan or Loving Parent? How Personalized Self-Presentation in the Media Affects the Perception of Female and Male Politicians
Nora Denner, Svenja Schäfer, Christian Schemer

First-Generation and Continuing College Students’ Social Media Use: Divided in the Virtual World?
Puxin Zhang, Lian Wang, Chun Liu

When Does Incidental Exposure Prompt Political Participation? Cross-National Research on the Importance of Individualism and Collectivism
Dam Hee Kim, Nojin Kwak

China in Africa: Representation of Chinese Investments in Africa by Western, Chinese, and African Media
Frankline Matanji

Defining and Assessing Data Privacy Transparency: A Third Study of Canadian Internet Carriers
Jonathan A. Obar

Media Models for Nonviolence: Instagram Representations of the #Womensmarch Mass Mobilization News and Audience Engagement
Danielle K. Brown

Visibility in Open Workspaces: Implications for Organizational Identification
Anu Sivunen, Karen K. Myers


Matthew Crain, Profit Over Privacy: How Surveillance Advertising Conquered the Internet
Oscar H. Gandy, Jr.

Historical and Contemporary Representations of Youth and Teens in Media Fictions
Lauren Alexandra Sowa

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

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