International Journal of Communication invites you to read these 30 papers that published in June

International Journal of Communication invites you to read these 30 papers that published in June

The International Journal of Communication is pleased to announce the publication of 30 papers in JUNE 2022. To access these papers, Ctrl+Click on the titles below for direct hyperlinking.


Flashbacks in Netflix Original TV Series (2013–2017): Predominant Categories, Formal Features, and Semantic Effects 
José Antonio Planes, Alberto N. García, Ernesto Pérez-Morán 

When Journalists Run for Office: The Effects of Journalist-Candidates on Citizens’ Populist Attitudes and Voting Intentions
Cristian Vaccari 

Trust in Religious Others: A Three-Way Interaction Model of Religious Bias, Informational Use of Digital Media, and Education
Muhammad Masood, Meng Xiang, Marko M. Skoric, Saifuddin Ahmed 

Seeing and Believing Pro-Trump Fake News: The Interacting Roles of Online News Sources, Partisanship, and Education
Patrick C. Meirick, Amanda E. Franklyn 

Strategic Temporality: Information Types and Their Rhetorical Usage in Digital Election Visualizations
Eedan R. Amit-Danhi

Digital Redlining and the Endless Divide: Philadelphia’s COVID-19 Digital Inclusion Efforts
Pawel Popiel, Victor Pickard 

Whither Transnationality? Some Theoretical Challenges in Korean Wave Studies 
Jaeho Kang

An Integrative Framework for Information Behaviors on Social Issues: In the Context of South–North Korean Relations
Hyo Jung Kim, Sungwook Hwang

Quantifying the Evidential Value of Celebrity Endorsement: A p-Curve Analysis
Shiyun Tian, Ruoyu Sun, Qian Huang, John Petit

Close Calls: Reclaiming the Nuclear Hotline as a Communication Technology
Bryan C. Taylor, Hamilton Bean

Women Under Authoritarianism: Precarious, Glamorous Women Politicians in Hong Kong Political News and Gossip
Natalie Ngai

Africa Rising? A Meta-Analysis of Published Communication Scholarship
Meghan Sobel Cohen

A Multilevel Model of Mobile Media Use and Public Support for Press Freedom in Africa
Jason A. Martin 

“We Usually Go Out Instead, So That He Forgets About His Tablet”: (Great-)Grandparental Mediation in the Generational Order 
Carolina Martínez 

Love NBA, Hate BLM: Racism in China’s Sports Fandom
Altman Yuzhu Peng, Xianwen Kuang, Jenny Zhengye Hou

Between the Liminal and the Normal: How the News Constructed the Social Change of Face Covering During the COVID-19 Pandemic in the United States
Xi Cui, Feifei Chen

Users’ Political Motivations in Comment Sections on News Sites
Patrick Zerrer, Ines Engelmann

Testing Mechanisms and Effects of Opposition-Targeted Inoculation and Visual Strategies to Promote Health Policy
Jiawei Liu, Andy J. King, Jeff Niederdeppe

Against the Current: Back to Public Diplomacy as Government Communication
Seong-Hun Yun

Rethinking De-Westernization in Communication Studies: The Ibero-American Movement in International Publishing
Marton Demeter, Manuel Goyanes, Federico Navarro, Judit Mihalik, Claudia Mellado 

Media Freedom in a Populist Regime: Evidence From Pakistan
Shabbir Hussain, Qamar Abbas, Mohammad Anas Sheikh

Spiral of Silence or Social Loafing? A Parallel Mechanism to Explain Why People Defend Their Stances on Controversial Sociopolitical Issues
Cheng Hong, Cong Li

Conflicts and Nigeria Media: A Look at National Newspapers’ Coverage of Herdsmen and Farmers’ Clashes
Sunday Uche Aja, Joseph Nwanja Chukwu, Ekwutosi Sanita Nwakpu,
Valentine Okwudilichukwu Ezema, Ijeoma Njideka Taiwo


Inoculation Theory and Affect
Josh Compton, Bobi Ivanov, Erin Hester 


Seb Franklin, The Digitally Disposed: Racial Capitalism and the Informatics of Value
Rebecca Avalos 

Keri K. Stephens (Ed.), New Media in Times of Crisis: New Agendas in Communication
Christopher John Long 

Adriana Gordejuela, Flashbacks in Film: A Cognitive and Multimodal Analysis 
Matthew Sellers Johnson 

Elina R. Tachkova and W. Timothy Coombs, Communicating in Extreme Crises: Lessons From the Edge
Yanhong Hu

Wendy K. Z. Anderson, Rebirthing a Nation: White Women, Identity Politics, and the Internet
Aiden James Kosciesza

Jinhyun Cho, Intercultural Communication in Interpreting: Power and Choices
Cuiling Zhang

Larry Gross, Editor
Arlene Luck, Founding Managing Editor  
Kady Bell-Garcia, Managing Editor

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