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HUMANITIES JOURNALS:

1.     Journal of Communication  (Est. 1951)
2.     Language Learning (Est. 1948)
3.     Public Opinion Quarterly (Est. 1937)
4.     Journal of Ethnic & Migration Studies (Est. 1971)
5.     Synthese (Est. 1936)
6.     The Modern Language Journal (Est. 1916)
7.     Journal of Pragmatics  (Est. 1977)
8.     Lingua (Est. 1949)
9.     System  (Est. 1973)
10.   Ethnic & Racial Studies (Est. 1978)
11.   Applied Linguistics  (Est. 1980)
12.   Philosophical Studies  (Est. 1950)
13.   Gender & Society (Est. 1987)
14.   Language (Est. 1925)
15.   International Journal of Communication  (Est. 2007)

COMMUNICATION JOURNALS:

1.     New Media & Society (Est. 1999)
2.     Journal of Communication (Est. 1951)
3.     Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication (Est. 1995)
4.     Public Opinion Quarterly (Est. 1937)
5.     Public Relations Review (Est. 1975)
6.     Communication Research (Est. 1974)
7.     International Journal of Communication (Est. 2007)



Vol 9 (2015)

Table of Contents

Articles

Comparing Online Alternative and Mainstream Media in Turkey: Coverage of the TEKEL Workers Protest Against Privatization ABSTRACT PDF
Burak Doğu 22 pgs.
Of War and Water: Metaphors and Citizenship Agency in the Newspapers Reporting the 9/11 Catalan Protest in 2012 ABSTRACT PDF
Enric Castelló, Arantxa Capdevila 18 pgs.
Effects of Multipart Media Framing on Consumer Attitudes Toward Biotechnology ABSTRACT PDF
Tuğçe Özgen Genç, Berna Tarı Kasnakoğlu 20 pgs.
The Food of the Worlds: Mapping and Comparing Contemporary Gastrodiplomacy Campaigns ABSTRACT PDF
Juyan Zhang 24 pgs.
2921| Violent Frames. Analyzing Internet Movie Database Reviewers’ Text Descriptions of Media Violence and Gender Differences from 39 Years of U.S. Action, Thriller, Crime, and Adventure Movies. ABSTRACT PDF
Jordy Gosselt, Joris Van Hoof, Bastiaan Gent, Jean-Paul Fox 21 pgs.
Celebrity Political Endorsement Effects: A Perspective on the Social Distance of Political Parties ABSTRACT PDF
Hsuan-Yi Chou 24 pgs.
Media Market Research on Immigrant Audiences: Lessons Learned From a Critical Analysis of the Spanish Media Survey ABSTRACT PDF
Mercedes Medina, Idoia Portilla 22 pgs.
Education and Language-Based Knowledge Gaps Among New Immigrants In the United States: Effects of English- and Native-Language Newspapers and TV ABSTRACT PDF
Francis Dalisay, Yung-I Liu 23 pgs.
Understanding Popular Arab Bloggers: From Public Spheres to Cultural Citizens ABSTRACT PDF
Kristina Riegert 20 pgs.
Music Aggregators and Intermediation of the Digital Music Market ABSTRACT PDF
Patryk Galuszka 20 pgs.
Protest News Framing Cycle: How The New York Times Covered Occupy Wall Street ABSTRACT PDF
Julian Gottlieb 23 pgs.
Beyond the Public/Commercial Broadcaster Dichotomy: Homogenization and Melodramatization of News Coverage in Chile ABSTRACT PDF
Constanza Mujica, Ingrid Bachmann 21 pgs.
Affording Immediacy in Television News Production: Comparing Adoption Trajectories of Social Media and Satellite Technologies ABSTRACT PDF
Rena Bivens 19 pgs.
Enemies Also Get Their Say: Press Performance During Political Crises ABSTRACT PDF
Meital Balmas, Tamir Sheafer, Gadi Wolfsfeld 21 pgs.
Early Birds and Night Owls: Differences in Media Preferences, Usages, and Environments ABSTRACT PDF
Galit Nimrod 21 pgs.
A Toxic Crisis: Metaphorizing the Financial Crisis ABSTRACT PDF
Adina Nerghes, Iina Hellsten, Peter Groenewegen 27 pgs.
A Hush Falls Over the Crowd: Diminished Online Civic Expression Among Young Civic Actors ABSTRACT PDF
Emily C. Weinstein, Margaret Rundle, Carrie James 23 pgs.
External-National TV News Networks’ Way to America: Is the United States Losing the Global “Information War”? ABSTRACT PDF
Shuang Xie, Oliver Boyd-Barrett 18 pgs.
The Prominence of Weak Economies: Factors and Trends in Global News Coverage of Economic Crisis, 2009–2012 ABSTRACT PDF
Menahem Blondheim, Elad Segev, María-Ángeles Cabrera 22 pgs.
Public Opinion, Thinly Sliced and Served Hot ABSTRACT PDF
Gordon R. Mitchell 25 pgs.
Stereotypes of Chinese by American College Students: Media Use and Perceived Realism ABSTRACT PDF
Lingling Zhang 20 pgs.
More Articles

Special Sections

3445| Media Audiences| Introduction ~ Audiences Across Media: A Comparative Agenda for Future Research on Media Audiences ABSTRACT PDF
Klaus Bruhn Jensen, Rasmus Helles 8 pgs.
Media Audiences| The Media Landscapes of European Audiences ABSTRACT PDF
Rasmus Helles, Jacob Ørmen, Casper Radil, Klaus Bruhn Jensen 21 pgs.
Media Audiences| The Internet as a Cultural Forum: A European Perspective ABSTRACT PDF
Galit Nimrod, Hanna Adoni, Hillel Nossek 21 pgs.
Media Audiences| Digital Mediascapes, Institutional Frameworks, and Audience Practices Across Europe ABSTRACT PDF
Zrinjka Perusko, Dina Vozab, Antonija Čuvalo 23 pgs.
Media Audiences| Is Print Really Dying? The State of Print Media Use in Europe ABSTRACT PDF
Hillel Nossek, Hanna Adoni, Galit Nimrod 21 pgs.
Media Audiences| Between Old Broadcast Media and New Networked Media: Materiality and Media Consumption Practices ABSTRACT PDF
Manuel José Damásio, Sara Henriques, Marisa Torres da Silva, Liliana Pacheco, Maria José Brites 26 pgs.
Media Audiences| Spaces Across Europe: Where People Use Media ABSTRACT PDF
Nicoletta Vittadini, Marina Micheli, Francesca Pasquali, Piermarco Aroldi 23 pgs.
Media Audiences|Changing Patterns of Media Use across Cultures: A Challenge for Longitudinal Research ABSTRACT PDF
Uwe Hasebrink, Klaus Bruhn Jensen, Hilde van den Bulck, Sascha Hölig, Pieter Maeseele 23 pgs.
More Special Sections

Book Reviews

Unpacking Asian Queer Masculinity in Theatre and Cinema: Postcolonial Imagination and Pleasure of Bottomhood PDF
Reviewed by Lik Sam Chan 5 pgs.
Larry Gross & Jay Ruby (Eds.), The Complete Sol Worth PDF
Reviewed by Paul Messaris 6 pgs.
Rodney Benson, Shaping Immigration News: A French-American Comparison PDF
Reviewed by Mark Hannah 3 pgs.
Laura Ellingson, Communicating in the Clinic: Negotiating Frontstage and Backstage Teamwork PDF
Reviewed by Timothy E. Martin, Jr. 3 pgs.
Nick Couldry, Media, Culture, World: Social Theory and Digital Media Practice PDF
Reviewed by Klaus Bruhn Jensen 3 pgs.
Brenton J. Malin, Feeling Mediated: A History of Media Technology and Emotion in America PDF
Reviewed by Diana E. Ritter 4 pgs.
Catherine R. Squires, The Post-Racial Mystique: Media and Race in the Twenty-First Century PDF
Reviewed by Mary Beltrán 3 pgs.
Nick Couldry, Media, Society, World: Social Theory and Digital Media Practice PDF
Reviewed by Vyshali Manivannan 3 pgs.
Sarah Sharma, In the Meantime: Temporality and Cultural Politics PDF
Reviewed by Josh Smicker 3 pgs.
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