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Vol 17 (2023)

Table of Contents

Articles

Journalistic Role Performance of the Thai Press on the Issue of Transgender Rights ABSTRACT PDF
Nattawaj Kijratanakoson 23 pgs.
From Westernization to Internationalization: Research Collaboration Networks of Communication Scholars From Central and Eastern Europe ABSTRACT PDF
Marton Demeter, Dina Vozab, Francisco José Segado Boj 21 pgs.
Morally Driven and Emotionally Fueled: The Interactive Effects of Values and Emotions in the Social Transmission of Information Endorsing E-cigarettes ABSTRACT PDF
Jiaxi Wu, Yunwen Wang, Yusi Aveva Xu, Jessica L. Fetterman, Traci Hong 21 pgs.
Knowledge Work in Platform Fact-Checking Partnerships ABSTRACT PDF
Valérie Bélair-Gagnon, Rebekah Larsen, Lucas Graves, Oscar Westlund 21 pgs.
Plant-Based Meat and the Perceived Familiarity Gap Hypothesis: The Role of Health and Environmental Consciousness ABSTRACT PDF
Pengya Ai, Sofia Contreras-Yap, Shirley S. Ho 22 pgs.
Googling in Russian Abroad: How Kremlin-Affiliated Websites Contribute to the Visibility of COVID-19 Conspiracy Theories in Search Results ABSTRACT PDF
Florian Toepfl, Anna Ryzhova, Daria Kravets, Arista Beseler 21 pgs.
Echo Chambers, Cognitive Thinking Styles, and Mistrust? Examining the Roles Information Sources and Information Processing Play in Conspiracist Ideation ABSTRACT PDF
Brian McKernan, Patrícia Rossini, Jennifer Stromer-Galley 24 pgs.
Meditating the Revolution: Analysis of the Sudanese Professionals Association Communicative Strategies During Sudan’s 2018–2019 Revolution ABSTRACT PDF
Hala A. Guta 19 pgs.
A Persuadable Type? Personality Traits, Dissonant Information, and Political Persuasion ABSTRACT PDF
Alessandro Nai, Yves Schemeil, Chiara Valli 22 pgs.
More a Red Herring Than a Harbinger of Democracy: Myanmar’s Experiment With Media Freedom and Domestic Media Coverage of the Rohingya ABSTRACT PDF
Halle M. Young, Nicole Anderson, Mona S. Kleinberg, Jenifer Whitten-Woodring 23 pgs.
The Politics of Being a K-Pop Fan: Korean Fandom and the “Cancel the Japan Tour” Protest ABSTRACT PDF
Jennifer M. Kang 19 pgs.
“Seeing but not Believing”: Undergraduate Students’ Media Uses and News Trust ABSTRACT PDF
Ana Isabel Melro, Sara Pereira 26 pgs.
Blame It on the Algorithm? Russian Government-Sponsored Media and Algorithmic Curation of Political Information on Facebook ABSTRACT PDF
Elizaveta Kuznetsova, Mykola Makhortykh 22 pgs.
Making Sense of Human Advocacy Narrative: Raising Support for People Seeking Asylum Among Diverse Audiences ABSTRACT PDF
Merrilyn Delporte, Bree Hurst, Jennifer Bartlett, Caroline Hatcher 24 pgs.
Migrating Counterpublics: German Far-Right Online Groups on Russian Social Media ABSTRACT PDF
Vadim Voskresenskii 21 pgs.
Diraya.media—Learning Media Literacy With and From Media Activists ABSTRACT PDF
Philipp Seuferling, Ingrid Forsler, Gretchen King, Isabel Löfgren, Farah Saati 19 pgs.
“We Have No Newspapers . . . Dull! Dull!”: Mass Media Dependency During the American Civil War ABSTRACT PDF
Betty Houchin Winfield, Chad Painter 19 pgs.
From the Global to the Local and Back Again: MFAs’ Digital Communications During COVID-19 ABSTRACT PDF
Ilan Manor, Moran Yrachi 22 pgs.
Collaborative I-Docs Beyond the Screens: Face-to-Face Participation Processes in Interactive Non-Fiction ABSTRACT PDF
Juanjo Balaguer, Arnau Gifreu-Castells 19 pgs.
Cuteness in Mobile Messaging: An Exploration of Virtual “Cute” Sticker Use in China and the United States ABSTRACT PDF
Dongdong Yang, Laura Labato, Shardé M. Davis, Yuren Qin 22 pgs.
Health, Concerns, and Finance: News Framing of Wearing Masks in China From 2001 to 2020 ABSTRACT PDF
Zhifei Mao, Huaxin Peng, Di Wang, Mengfan He, Kun Zhou 18 pgs.
Language Ideologies and Behavioral Attitudes Toward Ethnolinguistic Outgroups: Perceived Linguistic Competence and Intergroup Anxiety as Explanatory Variables ABSTRACT PDF
Gretchen Montgomery-Vestecka, Yan Bing Zhang 21 pgs.
Social Entrepreneurship Versus Conventional Entrepreneurship: How Entrepreneurship Orientation Moderates the Effects of Human Capital and Social Capital Signals on Media Crowdfunding Success ABSTRACT PDF
Jiyoung Cha 25 pgs.
Crisis Communication on Twitter: Differences Between User Types in Top Tweets About the 2015 “Refugee Crisis” in Germany ABSTRACT PDF
Sanja Kapidzic, Felix Frey, Christoph Neuberger, Stefan Stieglitz, Milad Mirbabaie 20 pgs.
“A Very Difficult Choice”: Bolsonaro and Petismo in Brazilian Newspapers ABSTRACT PDF
Juliana Gagliardi, Camilla Tavares, Afonso de Albuquerque 19 pgs.
Processing Vaccine Misinformation: Recall and Effects of Source Type on Claim Accuracy via Perceived Motivations and Credibility ABSTRACT PDF
Michelle A. Amazeen, Arunima Krishna 23 pgs.
From System to Skill: Palo Alto Group’s Contested Legacy of Communication ABSTRACT PDF
Yonatan Fialkoff, Amit Pinchevski 19 pgs.
User Perceptions and Trust of Explainable Machine Learning Fake News Detectors ABSTRACT PDF
Jieun Shin, Sylvia Chan-Olmsted 23 pgs.
Activists and Journalists as Co-Creators and Co-Revisionists of U.S. Histories: The 1619 New York Times Project ABSTRACT PDF
Elaine Almeida, Sue Robinson 19 pgs.
When Do Data Collection and Use Become a Matter of Concern? A Cross-Cultural Comparison of U.S. and Dutch Privacy Attitudes ABSTRACT PDF
Jessica Vitak, Yuting Liao, Anouk Mols, Daniel Trottier, Michael Zimmer, Priya C. Kumar, Jason Pridmore 28 pgs.
Cues Signaling Gender Segregation and Gender Inclusion in Public Spaces Affect Adolescents’ Binary Conceptualization of Gender and Attitudes Toward Transgender and Nonbinary People ABSTRACT PDF
Traci K. Gillig, Sonia Jawaid Shaikh, Leila Bighash 24 pgs.
Self- and Social Corrections on Instant Messaging Platforms ABSTRACT PDF
Sheryl Wei Ting Ng, Taberez Ahmed Neyazi 21 pgs.
Is the MENA Surfing to the Extremes? Digital and Social Media, Echo Chambers/Filter Bubbles, and Attitude Extremity ABSTRACT PDF
Kevin M. Wagner, Jason Gainous, Allison Warnersmith, Dane Warner 21 pgs.
The New American Dream: Neoliberal Transformation as Character Development in Schitt’s Creek ABSTRACT PDF
William Joseph Sipe 17 pgs.
Distinction and Cosmopolitanism: Latin American Middle-Class, Elite Audiences and Their Preferences for Transnational Television and Film ABSTRACT PDF
Joseph Straubhaar, Melissa Santillana, Vanessa de Macedo Higgins-Joyce, Luiz G. Duarte 23 pgs.
Social Media and Protest Behavior in a Restrictive Traditional Media Environment: The Case of the Philippines ABSTRACT PDF
Jason P. Abbott, Jason Gainous, Kevin M. Wagner 20 pgs.
The Mediating Role of Depression in the Relationship Between News Consumption and Interparty Hostility During Covid-19 ABSTRACT PDF
Meital Balmas, Renana Atia, Eran Halperin 27 pgs.
“They Just Want to Erase Us”: Triumphant Modernity and Catastrophic Witnessing in Debates About Genocide in Xinjiang ABSTRACT PDF
Stephen J. Hartnett, Andrew Gilmore 23 pgs.
A Systematic Literature Review of Research From 2010 to 2020 Addressing User-Generated Online Comments Related to Health Issues and Recommendations for Future Research ABSTRACT PDF
Muhammad Ittefaq, Mauryne Abwao, Ioana A. Coman, Waqas Ejaz 25 pgs.
A Leader and a Lady? A Computational Approach to Detection of Political Gender Stereotypes in Facebook User Comments ABSTRACT PDF
Aliya Andrich, Emese Domahidi 20 pgs.
Believing in Credibility Measures: Reviewing Credibility Measures in Media Research From 1951 to 2018 ABSTRACT PDF
Anina Hanimann, Andri Heimann, Lea Hellmueller, Damian Trilling 22 pgs.
A Multiple-Stakeholder Perspective of Patient–Provider Communication Among Families With Rare Diseases in Taiwan Through a Cross-Cultural Lens ABSTRACT PDF
Jinli Wu, Hsinyi Hsiao, Lei Chen, Chun-Ying Weng, Pao-Sheng Chang, Shao-Yin Chu 22 pgs.
Intergroup Contact, Traditional and Social Media Use, and Attitudes Toward Chinese People in COVID-19: U.S. College Students’ Perspective ABSTRACT PDF
Yan Bing Zhang, Teri Terigele, Molly Han, Sile Li, Yang Yu, Racheal Ruble 21 pgs.
More Articles

Special Sections

Encounters Between Violence and Media| Encounters Between Violence and Media—Introduction ABSTRACT PDF
Anu A. Harju, Noora Kotilainen 10 pgs.
Encounters Between Violence and Media| Remembering January 29: The Québec City Mosque Shootings and the Struggle for Recognition ABSTRACT PDF
Yasmin Jiwani, Marie Bernard-Brind'Amour 23 pgs.
Encounters Between Violence and Media| “We Are One”: Mediatized Death Rituals and the Recognition of Marginalized Others ABSTRACT PDF
Tal Morse 28 pgs.
Encounters Between Violence and Media| “You Will Never Hear Me Mention His Name”: The (Im)possibility of the Politics of Recognition in Disruptive Hybrid Media Events ABSTRACT PDF
Katja Valaskivi, Johanna Sumiala 18 pgs.
Encounters Between Violence and Media| Echo of Experience: A Feminist Response to Racialization of Sexual Crime in the Hybrid Media Event ABSTRACT PDF
Kaarina Nikunen 17 pgs.
Encounters Between Violence and Media| Trafficked Women in Press Journalism: Politics and Ambivalence in the Quest for Visibility ABSTRACT PDF
Tijana Stolic 18 pgs.
Encounters Between Violence and Media| Sticky Violence—Afterword ABSTRACT PDF
Barbie Zelizer 7 pgs.
COVID-19, Digital Media, and Health| COVID-19, Digital Media, and Health: Lessons Learned and the Way Ahead for the Study of Human Communication—Introduction ABSTRACT PDF
Kathrin Karsay, Anne-Linda Camerini, Jörg Matthes 8 pgs.
COVID-19, Digital Media, and Health| Communicating About Mental Health During a Pandemic: An Examination of Active and Aware Publics on Twitter ABSTRACT PDF
Jesse King, Audrey Halversen, Olivia Morrow, Whitney Westhoff, Pamela Brubaker 18 pgs.
COVID-19, Digital Media, and Health| Health Messaging and Social Media: An Examination of Message Fatigue, Race, and Emotional Outcomes Among Black Audiences ABSTRACT PDF
Hope Hickerson, David Stamps 20 pgs.
COVID-19, Digital Media, and Health| Children’s and Parents’ Worries About Online Schooling Associated With Children’s Anxiety During Lockdown in Ireland ABSTRACT PDF
Derek A. Laffan, Seffetullah Kuldas, Beatrice Sciacca, James O'Higgins Norman, Tijana Milosevic 23 pgs.
COVID-19, Digital Media, and Health| Beliefs in Times of Corona: Investigating the Relationship Between Media Use and COVID-19 Conspiracy Beliefs Over Time in a Representative Dutch Sample ABSTRACT PDF
Marloes van Wezel, Emiel Krahmer, Ruben Vromans, Nadine Bol 20 pgs.
COVID-19, Digital Media, and Health| Exposure to COVID-19 Misinformation Across Instant Messaging Apps: Moderating Roles of News Media and Interpersonal Communication ABSTRACT PDF
Woohyun Yoo, Sang-Hwa Oh, Doo-Hun Choi 23 pgs.
Theorizing the Korean Wave| Theorizing the Korean Wave: Introduction to New Perspectives—Introduction ABSTRACT PDF
Dal Yong Jin 8 pgs.
Theorizing the Korean Wave| Transnational Proximity of the Korean Wave in the Global Cultural Sphere ABSTRACT PDF
Dal Yong Jin 20 pgs.
Theorizing the Korean Wave| Shock and Surprise: Theorizing the Korean Wave Through Mediatized Emotions ABSTRACT PDF
Irina Lyan 23 pgs.
Theorizing the Korean Wave| K(Q)ueer-Pop for Another World: Toward a Theorization of Gender and Sexuality in K-Pop ABSTRACT PDF
Jungmin Kwon 20 pgs.
Theorizing the Korean Wave| Netflix and Platform Imperialism: How Netflix Alters the Ecology of the Korean TV Drama Industry ABSTRACT PDF
Ji Hoon Park, Kristin April Kim, Yongsuk Lee 20 pgs.
Theorizing the Korean Wave| K-Pop Without Koreans: Racial Imagination and Boundary Making in K-Pop ABSTRACT PDF
Ji-Hyun Ahn 20 pgs.
Theorizing the Korean Wave| Translational Audiences in the Age of Transnational K-Pop ABSTRACT PDF
Kyong Yoon 18 pgs.
Theorizing the Korean Wave| Virtual Technology in Netflix K-Drama: Augmented Reality, Hologram, and Artificial Intelligence ABSTRACT PDF
Jinhee Park 19 pgs.
Theorizing the Korean Wave| K-Culture Without “K-”? The Paradoxical Nature of Producing Korean Television Toward a Sustainable Korean Wave ABSTRACT PDF
Taeyoung Kim 22 pgs.
More Special Sections

Features

Renewing Pedagogical Research and Practices: Helping International Students Succeed Post-COVID-19 ABSTRACT PDF
Piyawan Charoensap-Kelly, Narissra Punyanunt-Carter 15 pgs.
More Features

Book Reviews

Amir Hetsroni and Meriç Tuncez (Eds.), It Happened on Tinder: Reflections and Studies on Internet-Infused Dating PDF
Reviewed by Min Wang 4 pgs.
Lindsay Ems, Virtually Amish: Preserving Community at the Internet’s Margins PDF
Reviewed by Louisa S. White 3 pgs.
Lisa M. Tillmann, Kathryn Norsworthy, and Steven Schoen, Mindful Activism: Autoethnographies of Social Justice Communication for Campus and Community Transformation PDF
Reviewed by Courtney D. Tabor 3 pgs.
Emily Hund, The Influencer Industry: The Quest for Authenticity on Social Media PDF
Reviewed by Tyler Quick 4 pgs.
Qiao Li, Yanqiu Guan, and Hong Lu (Eds.), Development of the Global Film Industry: Industrial Competition and Cooperation in the Context of Globalization PDF
Reviewed by Youwen Ma 3 pgs.
Elaine J. Yuan, The Web of Meaning: The Internet in a Changing Chinese Society PDF
Reviewed by Eileen Le Han 3 pgs.
Last Moyo, The Decolonial Turn in Media Studies in Africa and the Global South PDF
Reviewed by Burçe Çelik 3 pgs.
María Pia López, Not One Less: Mourning, Disobedience and Desire PDF
Reviewed by Lucila Rozas Urrunaga 3 pgs.
Victor Fan, Cinema Illuminating Reality: Media Philosophy Through Buddhism PDF
Reviewed by Jacob Green 3 pgs.
Zac Gershberg and Sean Illing, The Paradox of Democracy: Free Speech, Open Media, and Perilous Persuasion PDF
Reviewed by Yotam Ophir 4 pgs.
Rolien Hoyng and Gladys Pak Lei Chong (Eds.), Critiquing Communication Innovation: New Media in a Multipolar World PDF
Reviewed by Liting Lu 4 pgs.
Louisa Ha and Lars Willan (Eds.), The U.S.-China Trade War: Global News Framing and Public Opinion in the Digital Age PDF
Reviewed by Tanja Vierrether 3 pgs.
More Book Reviews

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