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Vol 13 (2019)

Table of Contents


Measuring Mediation of Children’s Media Use ABSTRACT PDF
Galit Nimrod, Nelly Elias, Dafna Lemish 17 pgs.
When CSR Meets Mobile SNA Users in Mainland China: An Examination of Gratifications Sought, CSR Motives, and Relational Outcomes in Natural Disasters ABSTRACT PDF
Yang Cheng, Yi-Ru Regina Chen, Yan Jin, Flora Hung-baesecke 23 pgs.
From Twitter to Charlottesville: Analyzing the Fighting Words Between the Alt-Right and Antifa ABSTRACT PDF
Adam Klein 22 pgs.
Vernacular Politics in New Participatory Media: Discursive Linkage Between Biometrics and the Holocaust in Israel ABSTRACT PDF
Avi Marciano 20 pgs.
Gender, Nonverbal Communication, and Televised Debates: A Case Study Analysis of Clinton and Trump’s Nonverbal Language During the 2016 Town Hall Debate ABSTRACT PDF
Ben Wasike 26 pgs.
Who Sets the Agenda? Polarization and Issue Ownership in Turkey’s Political Twittersphere ABSTRACT PDF
Burak Dogu, Hazım Onur Mat 22 pgs.
Framing Political Scandals: Exploring the Multimodal Effects of Isolation Cues in Scandal News Coverage on Candidate Evaluations and Voting Intentions ABSTRACT PDF
Christian von Sikorski, Johannes Knoll 23 pgs.
NGOs’ HIV/AIDS Discourse on Social Media and Websites: Technology Affordances and Strategic Communication Across Media Platforms ABSTRACT PDF
Jiawei Sophia Fu, Renwen Zhang 25 pgs.
The Challenge of Constructing a Unique Online Identity Through an Isomorphic Social Media Presence ABSTRACT PDF
Sirin Atakan Duman, Aysin Pasamehmetoglu, Tuba Bozaykut-Buk 21 pgs.
A “Hotbed” of Digital Empowerment? Media Criticism in Kenya Between Playful Engagement and Co-Option ABSTRACT PDF
Toussaint Nothias, David Cheruiyot 24 pgs.
Online Communication Patterns of Chinese and Mexican Adolescents Living in the United States ABSTRACT PDF
Drew P. Cingel, Alexis R Lauricella, Wan Shun Eva Lam, Ellen Wartella, P. Zitlali Morales 20 pgs.
Personalities Discussing Politics: The Effects of Agreement and Expertise on Discussion Frequency and the Moderating Role of Personality Traits ABSTRACT PDF
Hyunjin Song, Hajo Boomgaarden 24 pgs.
The Invisibility of Latin American Scholarship in European Media and Communication Studies: Challenges and Opportunities of De-Westernization and Academic Cosmopolitanism ABSTRACT PDF
Sarah Anne Ganter, Félix Ortega 24 pgs.
Who Is Responsible for Delhi Air Pollution? Indian Newspapers’ Framing of Causes and Solutions ABSTRACT PDF
Nandini Bhalla, Jane O'Boyle, Dan Haun 24 pgs.
Media and Collective Action in Greece: From Indignation to Solidarity ABSTRACT PDF
Marina Prentoulis, Maria Kyriakidou 19 pgs.
The Hijacked Hashtag: The Constitutive Features of Abortion Stigma in the #ShoutYourAbortion Twitter Campaign ABSTRACT PDF
Kami Kosenko, Emily Winderman, Abigail Pugh 21 pgs.
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Special Sections

Sonic Publics| Introduction and Audio Transcript ABSTRACT PDF
Aram Sinnreich, Elinor Carmi 24 pgs.
Sonic Publics| Booming at the Margins: Ethnic Radio, Intimacy, and Nonlinear Innovation in Media ABSTRACT PDF
Larisa Kingston Mann 19 pgs.
Sonic Publics| Convening Technologies: Blockchain and the Music Industry ABSTRACT PDF
Nancy Baym, Lana Swartz, Andrea Alarcon 20 pgs.
Sonic Publics| Music, Copyright, and Technology: A Dialectic in Five Moments ABSTRACT PDF
Aram Sinnreich 18 pgs.
Sonic Publics| The Hidden Listeners: Regulating the Line from Telephone Operators to Content Moderators ABSTRACT PDF
Elinor Carmi 19 pgs.
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Book Reviews

Yochai Benkler, Robert Faris, and Hal Roberts, Network Propaganda: Manipulation, Disinformation, and Radicalization in American Politics PDF
Reviewed by Yeahin (Jane) Pyo 3 pgs.
Hongmei Li, Advertising and Consumer Culture in China PDF
Reviewed by Yang Cheng 3 pgs.
Jefferson D. Pooley, James W. Carey and Communication Research PDF
Reviewed by Peter Simonson 3 pgs.
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ISSN: 1932-8036