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.
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ARTICLES

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

BOOK REVIEWS

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 

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

Please note that according to the latest Google Scholar statistics, IJoC ranks 4th among all Humanities journals and 7th among all Communications journals in the world — demonstrating the viability of open access scholarly publication at the highest level. 

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.
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ARTICLES

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

BOOK REVIEWS

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

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

Please note that according to the latest Google Scholar statistics, IJoC ranks 4th among all Humanities journals and 7th among all Communications journals in the world — demonstrating the viability of open access scholarly publication at the highest level. 

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.

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ARTICLES

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

FEATURES

Threat and/in Inoculation Theory
Josh Compton

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

BOOK REVIEWS

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

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

Please note that according to the latest Google Scholar statistics, IJoC ranks 4th among all Humanities journals and 7th among all Communications journals in the world — demonstrating the viability of open access scholarly publication at the highest level. 

International Journal of Communication invites you to read these 23 papers that published in AUGUST

International Journal of Communication invites you to read these 23 papers that published in AUGUST

The International Journal of Communication is pleased to announce the publication of 23 papers in AUGUST 2021. To access these papers, Ctrl+Click on the titles below for direct hyperlinking.

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ARTICLES

The Medium Is the Message: WeChat, YouTube, and Facebook Usage and Acculturation Outcomes
Ran Ju, Leah Hamilton, Matthew McLarnon

“A Sword of Damocles”: Media Policy, Digital Cultures, and the Discourse of Press Code Reform
Annemarie Iddins

Voiceless Victims and Charity Saviors: How U.S. Entertainment TV Portrays Homelessness and Housing Insecurity in a Time of Crisis
David Conrad-Pérez, Caty Borum Chattoo, Aras Coskuntuncel, Lori Young

Intermedia Agenda Setting or International News Flow? Cross-Lagged Comparison of Elite International Newspapers
Shimaa Hassan Ali Mohammed, Maxwell McCombs

Mobile Dating Apps and Racial Preferencing Insights: Exploring Self-Reported Racial Preferences and Behavioral Racial Preferences Among Gay Men Using Jack’d
Lik Sam Chan, Elija Cassidy, Joshua G. Rosenberger

Does Perceived Privacy Influence Patient Satisfaction Among College Students? A Comparative Study of Students at a Kenyan University and at a Large American Midwestern University
Robert G. Nyaga, Grace M. Hildenbrand, Marifran Mattson, Bart W. Collins, Masibo Lumala

Changing Technologies, Changing Lives: Older Adults’ Perspectives on the Benefits of Using New Technologies
Gökçe Karaoglu, Eszter Hargittai, Amanda Hunsaker, Minh Hao Nguyen

“Go, Vote, and Tweet It”: Interactivity in Online Protest-Related Discussions About the 2014 Catalan Referendum for Independence
Teresa Gil-Lopez, Cuihua Shen

Digital Self-Control and the Neoliberalization of Social Media Well-Being
Niall Docherty

Servant Leadership and Employee Advocacy: The Mediating Role of Psychological Empowerment and Perceived Relationship Investment
Patrick David Thelen, Cen April Yue

The Social Construction of Spanish Public Television: The Role and Function of TVE in a Multiplatform Environment
Manuel Goyanes, Carmen Costa-Sánchez, Marton Démeter

Source Credibility Matters: Does Automated Journalism Inspire Selective Exposure?
Chenyan Jia, Thomas J. Johnson

Parental Rejection After Coming Out: Detachment, Shame, and the Reparative Power of Romantic Love
Hye Min Kim, David C. Jeong, Paul R. Appleby, John L. Christensen, Lynn Carol Miller

Being Inside or Outside the Virtuous Circle: How News Media Repertoires Relate to Political Participation Repertoires
Sabine Geers, Rens Vliegenthart

Communications Policy and Cultural Political Economy: Charting the Collapse of the Neoliberal Consensus in the United States
Brian Dolber

BOOK REVIEWS

Jennifer Burek Pierce, Narratives, Nerdfighters, and New Media
Neil William Perry

Eszter Hargittai (Ed.), Research Exposed: How Empirical Social Science Gets Done in the Digital Age
Jiamin Ye

Wazhmah Osman, Television and the Afghan Culture Wars: Brought to You by Foreigners, Warlords, and Activists
Ngozi Agwaziam-Akinro

Sandra Ristovska, Seeing Human Rights: Video Activism as a Proxy Profession
Aaron Shapiro

Sanjay Asthana, India’s State-Run Media: Broadcasting, Power, and Narrative
Pradip Ninan Thomas

Rebecca de Souza, Feeding the Other: Whiteness, Privilege, and Neoliberal Stigma in Food Pantries
Kellie Brownlee

Henry Jenkins, Comics and Stuff
Ashley Smalls

Yael Warshel, Experiencing the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Children, Peace Communication and Socialization
Donald Ellis

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

Please note that according to the latest Google Scholar statistics, IJoC ranks 4th among all Humanities journals and 7th among all Communications journals in the world — demonstrating the viability of open access scholarly publication at the highest level. 

International Journal of Communication invites you to read these 31 papers that published in JULY

International Journal of Communication invites you to read these 31 papers that published in JULY

The International Journal of Communication is pleased to announce the publication of 31 papers in JULY 2021, which includes the “Special Section on Research Perspectives on TikTok & Its Legacy Apps.” To access these papers, Ctrl+Click on the titles below for direct hyperlinking or go to ijoc.org to read the Special Section.

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ARTICLES

Reconfiguring Audience Measurement in Platform Ecologies of Video Streaming: iQiyi’s Pivot Toward Data-Driven Fandom and Algorithmic Metrics
Elaine Jing Zhao

Topographies of Local Public Spheres on Social Media: The Scope of Issues and Interactions
Barbara Pfetsch, Daniel Maier, Daniela Stoltenberg, Annie Waldherr, Neta Kligler-Vilenchik, Maya de Vries Kedem

Conspiratorial Discourses on Social Media: Agendamelding Explorations and COVID-19
Philemon Bantimaroudis

Media Representations of Academia: Mapping and Typologizing News Coverage of All Swiss Higher Education Institutions
Silke Fürst, Daniel Vogler, Mike S. Schäfer, Isabel Sörensen

Getting Out the Vote on Twitter With Mandy Patinkin: Celebrity Authenticity, TikTok, and the Couple You Actually Want at Thanksgiving Dinner . . . or Your Passover Seder
Amy Bree Becker


Assessing the Co-Occurrence of Professional Roles in the News: A Comparative Study in Six Advanced Democracies
María Luisa Humanes, Claudia Mellado, Cornelia Mothes, Henry Silke, Patric Raemy, Nikos Panagiotou

Can ICT Create Public Value in Africa? Efficiency Assessment Using Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) Approach
Lucas Mimbi

Unbound Journalism: Interloper Media and the Emergence of Fortune-Telling Journalism
Changwook Kim, Wooyeol Shin

Constructive Skepticism, Dysfunctional Cynicism? Skepticism and Cynicism Differently Determine Generalized Media Trust
Oliver Quiring, Marc Ziegele, Christian Schemer, Nikolaus Jackob, Ilka Jakobs, Tanjev Schultz

Revisiting the Theoretical Foundations of Propaganda
Aaron Hyzen

Selective Exposure to Information on the Internet: Measuring Cognitive Dissonance and Selective Exposure with Eye-Tracking
Arne Freya Zillich, Lars Guenther

Making Sense of Metrics in the Music Industries
Nancy Baym, Rachel Bergmann, Raj Bhargava, Fernando Diaz, Tarleton Gillespie, David Hesmondhalgh, Elena Maris, Christopher J. Persaud

Countering the Counterpublics: Progovernment Online Media and Public Opinion in Hong Kong
Francis L. F. Lee

Defying Memory? Tracing the Power of Hegemonic Memory in Everyday Discourse Using the Example of National Socialism in Germany
Anke Fiedler

Breaking Stereotypes or Stereotypical Breakdowns?: Analyzing Television Casting Breakdowns for Latina Characters
Lauren Alexandra Sowa

Promises and Pitfalls: Taking a Closer Look at How Interactive Infographics Affect Learning From News
Esther Greussing, Hajo G. Boomgaarden

If Others Care, I Will Fight Climate Change: An Examination of Media Effects in Addressing the Public Goods Dilemma of Climate Change Mitigation
Xiaodong Yang, Ran Wei, Shirley S. Ho

The Media as Part of a Detached Elite? Exploring Antimedia Populism Among Citizens and Its Relation to Political Populism
Nayla Fawzi, Benjamin Krämer

BOOK REVIEWS

Nikki Usher, News for the Rich, White, and Blue: How Place and Power Distort American Journalism
Michael X. Delli Carpini

Pallavi Guha, Hear #MeToo In India: News, Social Media, and Anti-Rape and Sexual Harassment Activism
Paromita Pain

Jingfang Liu and Phaedra C. Pezzullo (Eds.), Green Communication and China: On Crisis, Care, and Global Futures
Marcus Breen

Simone Murray, Introduction to Contemporary Print Culture: Books as Media
Sophia E. Du Val

Benjamin Heim Shepard, Sustainable Urbanism and Direct Action: Case Studies in Dialectical Activism
Ron Hayduk

Ethan Zuckerman, Mistrust: Why Losing Faith in Institutions Provides the Tools to Transform Them
Tomás Guarna

Petros Iosifidis and Nicholas Nicoli, Digital Democracy, Social Media and Disinformation
Samuel DiBella
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Larry Gross, Editor
Arlene Luck, Founding Managing Editor  
Kady Bell-Garcia, Managing Editor
Kasia Anderson, Managing Editor, Special Sections

Please note that according to the latest Google Scholar statistics, IJoC ranks 4th among all Humanities journals and 7th among all Communications journals in the world — demonstrating the viability of open access scholarly publication at the highest level.