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Vol 15 (2021)

  

Table of Contents

Articles

The “Gentleman-like” Anne Lister on Gentleman Jack: Queerness, Class, and Prestige in “Quality” Period Dramas ABSTRACT PDF
Eve Ng 21 pgs.
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge as Postcolonial Fantasy: Disney, Labor, and the Renegotiation of Border Discourses ABSTRACT PDF
Diana Leon-Boys, Christopher Chávez 19 pgs.
Social Capital and Venture Creation: Identifying Entrepreneurial Opportunities in the Chinese Digital Game Industry ABSTRACT PDF
Gejun Huang 23 pgs.
Mass Media and the Attraction of the Arts in Small-Size Global Cities: The (Re)Distribution of Cultural Capital ABSTRACT PDF
Christian Lamour, Nathalie Lorentz 20 pgs.
Discussing Political Issues in a Private Setting: An Examination of the Diwaniya as a Forum for Political Communication in Kuwait ABSTRACT PDF
Uche Onyebadi 16 pgs.
Invasive Species of the App Ecosystem: Exploring the Political Economy of Mobile Communication ABSTRACT PDF
Signe Sophus Lai, Sofie Flensburg 18 pgs.
Discursive Media Institutionalism: Assessing Vivien A. Schmidt’s Framework and Its Value for Media and Communication Studies ABSTRACT PDF
Sarah Anne Ganter, Maria Löblich 20 pgs.
An Inclination for Intimacy: Depictions of Mental Health and Interpersonal Interaction in Popular Film ABSTRACT PDF
Julius Matthew Riles, Michelle Funk, Brandon Miller, Ethan Morrow 21 pgs.
Sarcasm Beyond Hate Speech: Facebook Comments on Syrian Refugees in Turkey ABSTRACT PDF
Tirşe Erbaysal Filibeli, Can Ertuna 24 pgs.
Weaving Mediation and Embodiment: The Media Ethnographer as Figurations of Mediation ABSTRACT PDF
Frédérik Lesage, Alberto Lusoli 18 pgs.
(Mis)informed During COVID-19: How Education Level and Information Sources Contribute to Knowledge Gaps ABSTRACT PDF
Tiziano Gerosa, Marco Gui, Eszter Hargittai, Minh Hao Nguyen 22 pgs.
The Liberalization Process of Satire in Postauthoritarian Democracies: Potentials and Limits in Mexico’s Network Television ABSTRACT PDF
Martín Echeverría, Frida V. Rodelo 19 pgs.
Political Systems and Political Networks: The Structure of Parliamentarians’ Retweet Networks in 19 Countries ABSTRACT PDF
Livia van Vliet, Petter Törnberg, Justus Uitermark 21 pgs.
Covering Populist Media Criticism: When Journalists’ Professional Norms Turn Against Them ABSTRACT PDF
Ayala Panievsky 20 pgs.
Death Across the News Spectrum: A Time Series Analysis of Partisan Coverage Following Mass Shootings in the United States Between 2012 and 2014 ABSTRACT PDF
Ayellet Pelled, Josephine Lukito, Jordan Foley, Yini Zhang, Zhongkai Sun, Jon C.W. Pevehouse, Dhavan V. Shah 20 pgs.
Parents’ Social Uses of Mobile Phones in Public Places: The Case of Eateries in Two National Contexts ABSTRACT PDF
Nelly Elias, Dafna Lemish 19 pgs.
A Non-Media-Centric Approach to Mediatization: Digital Orientations in the Lives of Football Fans ABSTRACT PDF
Michael Skey, Solomon Waliaula 17 pgs.
Factors Influencing Internet Health Information Seeking In India: An Application of the Comprehensive Model of Information Seeking ABSTRACT PDF
Shaohai Jiang, Iccha Basnyat, Piper Liping Liu 22 pgs.
Social Media and Work: A Framework of Eight Intersections ABSTRACT PDF
Christoffer Bagger 20 pgs.
Historicizing Internet Regulation in China: A Meta-Analysis of Chinese Internet Policies (1994–2017) ABSTRACT PDF
Weishan Miao, Min Jiang, Yunxia Pang 24 pgs.
The Unmaking of Collective Action: Changing Organizing Logics in Civil Society Organizations Through Social Media Activism Culture ABSTRACT PDF
Suay Melisa Özkula 19 pgs.
Intersectional Technopolitics in Social Movement and Media Activism ABSTRACT PDF
Sandra Jeppesen 23 pgs.
Technofutures in Stasis: Smart Machines, Ubiquitous Computing, and the Future That Keeps Coming Back ABSTRACT PDF
Sun-ha Hong 21 pgs.
Exploring China’s Digitalization of Public Diplomacy on Weibo and Twitter: A Case Study of the U.S.–China Trade War ABSTRACT PDF
Zhao Alexandre Huang, Rui Wang 28 pgs.
Feminism Without Morality, Neoliberalism as Feminist Praxis: A Computational Textual Analysis of Womad, a South Korean Online “Feminist” Community ABSTRACT PDF
JiHae Koo, Minchul Kim 21 pgs.
The Platformization of Propaganda: How Xuexi Qiangguo Expands Persuasion and Assesses Citizens in China ABSTRACT PDF
Fan Liang, Yuchen Chen, Fangwei Zhao 20 pgs.
Probing Interfaces: New Games, Spacewar!, and the Gamification of Complexity ABSTRACT PDF
Renyi Hong 19 pgs.
Cultural Production in Transnational Culture: An Analysis of Cultural Creators in the Korean Wave ABSTRACT PDF
Dal Yong Jin 26 pgs.
Examining Avoidance of Ongoing Political Issues in the News: A Longitudinal Study of the Impact of Audience Issue Fatigue ABSTRACT PDF
Gwendolin Gurr, Julia Metag 21 pgs.
Algorithm Awareness as an Important Internet Skill: The Case of Voice Assistants ABSTRACT PDF
Jonathan Gruber, Eszter Hargittai, Gökçe Karaoglu, Lisa Brombach 19 pgs.
Public Engagement Model to Analyze Digital Diplomacy on Twitter: A Social Media Analytics Framework ABSTRACT PDF
M. Laeeq Khan, Muhammad Ittefaq, Yadira Ixchel Martínez Pantoja, Muhammad Mustafa Raziq, Aqdas Malik 29 pgs.
A Critical Analysis of the Digitization of Healthcare Communication in the EU: A Comparison of Italy, Finland, Norway, and Spain ABSTRACT PDF
Robert Wallace Vaagan, Sinikka Torkkola, Anna Sendra, Jordi Farré, Alessandro Lovari 23 pgs.
“It’s Do or Die”: Cultural Labor, Competitive Reality TV, and the Reproduction of Neoliberal Capitalism ABSTRACT PDF
Aiden James Kosciesza 18 pgs.
Politics and Incivility in the Online Comments: What is Beyond the Norm-Violation Approach? ABSTRACT PDF
Gabriella Szabó, Zoltán Kmetty, Emese K. Molnár 26 pgs.
Narrative Persuasion in a Mobile Environment: Effectiveness of a Mobile Application for Promoting Digital Skills and Coping Strategies in Adolescents ABSTRACT PDF
Isabel Rodríguez-de-Dios, Juan-José Igartua, Leen d’Haenens 22 pgs.
Tech Companies and Public Health Care in the Ruins of COVID ABSTRACT PDF
ShinJoung Yeo 20 pgs.
Cross-Cutting Scanning, Integrating, and Interacting: Dimensions of Cross-Cutting Exposure on Social Media and Political Participation ABSTRACT PDF
Jihyang Choi 22 pgs.
The Influence of Social TV Multitasking Behavior on the Effectiveness of Cross-Media Advertising ABSTRACT PDF
Cheng-Hsuan Lin, Hui-Fei Lin, Benjamin Yeo, Pei-Chih Lin 25 pgs.
Living With Everyday Evaluations on Social Media Platforms ABSTRACT PDF
Blake Hallinan, Jed R. Brubaker 19 pgs.
I Provoke Therefore I Am: Cross-Border Mediatizations of Femen’s “Sextremist” Protest ABSTRACT PDF
Mariam Betlemidze, Kevin Michael DeLuca 20 pgs.
What Time Is It? History and Typology of Time Signals From the Telegraph to the Digital ABSTRACT PDF
Maria Rikitianskaia, Gabriele Balbi 18 pgs.
Losers, Villains, and Violence: Political Attacks, Incivility, and Support for Political Violence ABSTRACT PDF
Ashley Muddiman, Benjamin R. Warner, Amy Schumacher-Rutherford 24 pgs.
Adaptation of Scripted Television Formats: Factors and Mechanisms of Cultural Identity in a Global World ABSTRACT PDF
Isabel Villegas-Simón, María T. Soto-Sanfiel 17 pgs.
Communicative Forms on TikTok: Perspectives From Digital Ethnography ABSTRACT PDF
Andreas Schellewald 21 pgs.
Enhanced Experiences in Interactive Nonfiction: An Experimental Study on the Effects of Nonlinearity and Interactivity ABSTRACT PDF
Jorge Vázquez-Herrero 23 pgs.
Newspaper Advertising in a Nontransparent Media Market: The Case of Iraqi Kurdistan (2014–2018) ABSTRACT PDF
Jiyan Faris, Pieter Maeseele, Kevin Smets 21 pgs.
The Game of Life: How Playing Gamified Interactive Narratives Affects Career Planning in Cambodia ABSTRACT PDF
Lauren B. Frank, Paul Sparks, Sheila T. Murphy, Lizzie Goodfriend, Paul Falzone 21 pgs.
What “Emergency Sources” Expect From Journalists: Applying the Hierarchy of Influences Model to Disaster News Coverage ABSTRACT PDF
Daniela Grassau, Sebastián Valenzuela, Soledad Puente 23 pgs.
Virtue Ethics and a Technomoral Framework for Online Activism ABSTRACT PDF
Joe Cruz, Patrick Lee Plaisance 19 pgs.
Aging: The Two Faces of Janus in Digital Inclusion? ABSTRACT PDF
Panayiota Tsatsou 21 pgs.
On the Limits of Platform-Centric Research: YouTube, ASMR, and Affordance Bilingualism ABSTRACT PDF
Jessica Maddox 21 pgs.
Role of Public WhatsApp Groups Within the Hindutva Ecosystem of Hate and Narratives of “CoronaJihad” ABSTRACT PDF
Fathima Nizaruddin 18 pgs.
The Resonant Chants of Networked Discourse: Affective Publics and the Muslim Self in Turkey ABSTRACT PDF
Haktan Ural 21 pgs.
Alienation, Ideology, and Power in the Metaphors Depicting the Economic Crisis in the Media ABSTRACT PDF
Eleonora Piromalli 21 pgs.
The Effects of Message Order and Debiasing Information in Misinformation Correction ABSTRACT PDF
Yue Dai, Wenting Yu, Fei Shen 21 pgs.
Press Freedom and Media Reform in a Populist Regime: How Ecuadorian Journalists and Policy Actors See the Correa Era ABSTRACT PDF
Manel Palos Pons, Daniel C. Hallin 18 pgs.
Keeping the Gates on Twitter: Interactivity and Sourcing Habits of Lebanese Traditional Media ABSTRACT PDF
Claudia Kozman, Raluca Cozma 21 pgs.
Monopolizing the Democratic Dream: The Struggle Over a Free Press in East Germany 1989/1990 ABSTRACT PDF
Mandy Tröger 18 pgs.
When Therapy Goes Public: Copyright Gatekeepers and Sharing Therapeutic Artifacts on Social Media ABSTRACT PDF
Amanda Reid, Pablo Miño 20 pgs.
Fair Use in Practice: South Korean Film Directors’ Copyright Understanding ABSTRACT PDF
Yoonmo Sang, Patricia Aufderheide, Minjeong Kim 23 pgs.
Deglobalization and Public Diplomacy ABSTRACT PDF
Juan-Luis Manfredi-Sánchez 22 pgs.
Social Coding Platform as Digital Enclave: A Case Study of Protesting “996” on GitHub ABSTRACT PDF
Lichen Zhen 19 pgs.
Grumpy Consumers, Good Citizens? Exploring the Relationship Among Internet Use, Online Consumer Behavior, and Civic Participation in China ABSTRACT PDF
Fei Shen, Tianjiao Wang 24 pgs.
Critical Media Access Studies: Deconstructing Power, Visibility, and Marginality in Mediated Space ABSTRACT PDF
Meryl Alper 22 pgs.
Not the Bots You Are Looking For: Patterns and Effects of Orchestrated Interventions in the U.S. and German Elections ABSTRACT PDF
Olga Boichak, Jeff Hemsley, Sam Jackson, Rebekah Tromble, Sikana Tanupabrungsun 26 pgs.
Are Smartphones Enhancing or Displacing Face-to-Face Communication With Close Ties? A Panel Study Among Adults ABSTRACT PDF
Anja Stevic, Desirée Schmuck, Kathrin Karsay, Jörg Matthes 27 pgs.
The Medium and the Backlash: The Disparagement of the #MeToo Movement in Online Public Discourse in South Korea ABSTRACT PDF
Soo Young Bae, Taegyun Kim, Yu-i Ha, Meeyoung Cha 24 pgs.
Co-Constructing a Print Media Narrative: Interviews With LGBTQ Activists From the 1960s and 1970s in New Zealand ABSTRACT PDF
Linda Jean Kenix, Suvojit Bandopadhyaya 18 pgs.
Revisiting Cultivation as a Gravitational Process: A Cross-National Comparison of the Cultivation of Fear and Mistrust ABSTRACT PDF
Matea Mustafaj, Jan Van den Bulck 26 pgs.
The Event-Centered Nature of Global Public Spheres: The UN Climate Change Conferences, Fridays for Future, and the (Limited) Transnationalization of Media Debates ABSTRACT PDF
Antal Wozniak, Hartmut Wessler, Chung-hong Chan, Julia Lück 27 pgs.
Affect, Curiosity, and Positionality in Context: Watching Television Entertainment in Argentina and the United States ABSTRACT PDF
María Celeste Wagner, Pablo J. Boczkowski, Eugenia Mitchelstein 20 pgs.
Bystander Intervention in Cyberbullying and Online Harassment: The Role of Expectancy Violations ABSTRACT PDF
Nicholas Brody 21 pgs.
Challenges and Opportunities for Regional Public Service Media: A Singular Case Study in Europe ABSTRACT PDF
Jessica Izquierdo-Castillo, Juan Carlos Miguel-de-Bustos 22 pgs.
Olympian Surveillance: Sports Stadiums and the Normalization of Biometric Monitoring ABSTRACT PDF
Brett Hutchins, Mark Andrejevcic 20 pgs.
Giving by Taking Away: Big Tech, Data Colonialism, and the Reconfiguration of Social Good ABSTRACT PDF
João Carlos Magalhães, Nick Couldry 20 pgs.
What Is the Power of Balancing Power? Exploring Perceived Discrepancy in Relational Power and Its Effects ABSTRACT PDF
Lisa Tam, Soojin Kim 23 pgs.
Media Platforms and Political Learning: The Democratic Challenge of News Consumption on Computers and Mobile Devices ABSTRACT PDF
Kim Andersen, Jesper Strömbäck 20 pgs.
The Conditional Indirect Effects of Political Social Media Information Seeking and Expression on Government Evaluation in Hong Kong: Revisiting the Communication Mediation Model ABSTRACT PDF
Yan Su, Danielle Ka Lai Lee, Porismita Borah 23 pgs.
WhatsApp Marketing: A Study on WhatsApp Brand Communication and the Role of Trust in Self-Disclosure ABSTRACT PDF
Brahim Zarouali, Anna Brosius, Natali Helberger, Claes H. de Vreese 25 pgs.
Reporting on Political Acquaintances: Personal Interactions Between Political Journalists and Politicians as a Determinant of Media Coverage ABSTRACT PDF
Emma S. van der Goot, Toni G.L.A. van der Meer, Rens Vliegenthart 23 pgs.
An Agenda for Comparative Social Media Studies: The Value of Understanding Practices From Cross-National, Cross-Media, and Cross-Platform Perspectives ABSTRACT PDF
Mora Matassi, Pablo Boczkowski 22 pgs.
How Facebook Users Experience Political Disagreements and Make Decisions About the Political Homogenization of Their Online Network ABSTRACT PDF
German Neubaum, Manuel Cargnino, Jeanette Maleszka 20 pgs.
From Ignorance to Resonance: Analysis of the Transformative Potential of Dissensus and Agonistic Deliberation in Sustainability Communication ABSTRACT PDF
Franzisca Weder, Denise Voci 24 pgs.
The Identity of LGBTQ Communication Research: From the Anglo-Saxon Effervescence to the Spanish-Speaking Barrenness ABSTRACT PDF
Leonarda García-Jiménez, Juan José Sánchez-Soriano, Marta Prego-Nieto 20 pgs.
The Growing Up Asian American Tag: An Asian American Networked Counterpublic on YouTube ABSTRACT PDF
Dasol Kim 20 pgs.
De-Westernizing Platform Studies: History and Logics of Chinese and U.S. Platforms ABSTRACT PDF
Mark Davis, Jian Xiao 20 pgs.
Framing Protest in Online News and Readers’ Comments: The Case of Serbian Protest “Against Dictatorship” ABSTRACT PDF
Jelena Kleut, Ana Milojevic 21 pgs.
Imaginaries About Brazil in the Media Consumption of LGBTIQ+ Immigrants and Refugees in the City of São Paulo ABSTRACT PDF
Hadriel Theodoro, Denise Cogo 21 pgs.
84 Lumber’s Constrained Polysemy: Limiting Interpretive Play and the Power of Audience Agency in Inspirational Immigrant Narratives ABSTRACT PDF
Litzy Galarza, Lars Stoltzfus-Brown 20 pgs.
Journalists’ Awareness and Understanding of Climate Change in Tanzania ABSTRACT PDF
Emmanuel Frank Elia 19 pgs.
Choosing a Social Media Platform: Genre and Social Ties in Urban Malaysia ABSTRACT PDF
Julian Hopkins, Chris Hooi Koon Tan 21 pgs.
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Alexei Abrahams, Andrew Leber 27 pgs.
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Comparative Approaches to Mis/Disinformation| When Machine Behavior Targets Future Voters: The Use of Social Bots to Test Narratives for Political Campaigns in Brazil ABSTRACT PDF
Rose Marie Santini, Débora Salles, Giulia Tucci 24 pgs.
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Comparative Approaches to Mis/Disinformation| Belief in or Identification of False News According to the Elaboration Likelihood Model ABSTRACT PDF
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New Feminist Studies in Audiovisual Industries | New Feminist Studies in Audiovisual Industries: Feminism, Gender, Ageism, and New Masculinities in Audiovisual Content – Introduction ABSTRACT PDF
Maria Pilar Rodriguez, Miren Gutierrez, Maria J. Pando-Canteli 9 pgs.
New Feminist Studies in Audiovisual Industries | The Fourth Wave in Audiovisual Content: A True Achievement of Feminism? ABSTRACT PDF
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New Feminist Studies in Audiovisual Industries| Algorithmic Gender Bias and Audiovisual Data: A Research Agenda ABSTRACT PDF
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New Feminist Studies in Audiovisual Industries | Employer Femvertising: Women Empowerment in Employer Brand Messages ABSTRACT PDF
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New Feminist Studies in Audiovisual Industries| The Shifting Image of Hegemonic Masculinity in Contemporary Television Series ABSTRACT PDF
Lisa Cuklanz, Ali Erol 18 pgs.
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