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“Rush, I Love You”: Interactional Fandom on U.S. Political Talk Radio ABSTRACT PDF
Gonen Dori-Hacohen 22 pgs.
Mediating Tourist Landscape: A Case Study of Media-Induced Tourism in China ABSTRACT PDF
Guanxiong Huang 19 pgs.
Communication, Volunteering, and Aging: A Research Agenda ABSTRACT PDF
Jessica Gasiorek, Howard Giles 19 pgs.
Cultural Values Conveyed through Celebrity Endorsers: A Content Analysis of Chinese Television Commercials ABSTRACT PDF
Zhen Sun 22 pgs.
Critical Communication Pedagogy and Assessment: Reconciling Two Seemingly Incongruous Ideas ABSTRACT PDF
David H. Kahl, Jr. 21 pgs.
Bonding and Bridging Migrant Workers to Korean Society: A Study of Migrant Workers’ Television as a Counterpublic Sphere ABSTRACT PDF
Hun-Yul Lee 21 pgs.
Can We Get Around Rural Isolation? Adolescents and Mobile Telephones in Rural Areas: A Case Study in Galicia. ABSTRACT PDF
Carlos Ferras, Yolanda Garcia, Mariña Pose 23 pgs.
Online Participation in a Community Context: Civic Engagement and Connections to Local Communication Resources ABSTRACT PDF
Katherine Ognyanova, Nien-Tsu Nancy Chen, Sandra J. Ball-Rokeach, Zheng An, Minhee Son, Michael Parks, Daniela Gerson 24 pgs.
Framing Occupy Wall Street: A Content Analysis of The New York Times and USA Today ABSTRACT PDF
Kaibin Xu 21 pgs.
Productive vs. Pathological: The Contested Space of Video Games in Post-Reform China (1980s–2012) ABSTRACT PDF
Lin Zhang 21 pgs.
Pop Polyvocality: Internet Memes, Public Participation, and the Occupy Wall Street Movement ABSTRACT PDF
Ryan M. Milner 34 pgs.
Do People “Like” Politicians on Facebook? Not really. Large-Scale Direct Candidate-to-Voter Online Communication as an Outlier Phenomenon ABSTRACT PDF
Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Cristian Vaccari 24 pgs.
Participatory Film Production as Media Practice ABSTRACT PDF
Antoni Roig Telo 21 pgs.
Determinants of Mobile Telecommunication Adoption in Kurdistan ABSTRACT PDF
Nabaz T. Khayyat, Almas Heshmati 27 pgs.
Pioneering eSport: The Experience Economy and the Marketing of Early 1980s Arcade Gaming Contests ABSTRACT PDF
Michael Borowy, Dal Yong Jin 21 pgs.
Frame Contestation in the News: National Identity, Cultural Resonance, and U.S. Drone Policy ABSTRACT PDF
Charles M. Rowling, Penelope Sheets, Timothy M. Jones 23 pgs.
Recalling the Ghosts of 9/11: Convergent Memorializing at the Opening of the National 9/11 Memorial ABSTRACT PDF
Aaron Hess, Art Herbig 24 pgs.
The Media Work of Syrian Diaspora Activists: Brokering Between the Protest and Mainstream Media ABSTRACT PDF
Kari Andén-Papadopoulos, Mervi Pantti 22 pgs.
Legal Avenues for Ending Impunity for the Death of Journalists in Conflict Zones: Current and Proposed International Agreements ABSTRACT PDF
Kayt Davies, Emily Crawford 21 pgs.
Transnational Families in Armenia and Information Communication Technology Use ABSTRACT PDF
Katy E. Pearce, Janine S. Slaker, Nida Ahmad 29 pgs.
Inventing Twitter: An Iterative Approach to New Media Development ABSTRACT PDF
Ignacio Siles 23 pgs.
Combating Violence Against Women Through C4D: The "Use Your Voice" Campaign and Its Implications on Audience-Citizens in Papua New Guinea ABSTRACT PDF
Vipul Khosla, Akina Mikami, Lauren B. Frank, Isabel Popal, Klara Debeljak, Amelia Shaw 18 pgs.
Technologies of Piracy? Exploring the Interplay between Commercialism and Idealism in the Development of MP3 and DivX ABSTRACT PDF
Hendrik Storstein Spilker, Svein Hoier 20 pgs.
A Research Agenda for Online Advertising: Surveying Campaign Practices, 2000-2012 ABSTRACT PDF
Lisa Barnard, Daniel Kreiss 21 pgs.
The BBC and Al Jazeera English: The Similarities and Differences in the Discourse of the Pre-Election Coverage of the 2009 Iranian Election ABSTRACT PDF
Mohd Faizal Kasmani 22 pgs.
Do Third-Person Perceptions Amplify Exemplification Effects? ABSTRACT PDF
Sebastian Scherr, Philipp Müller, Victoria Fast 19 pgs.
Multitasking Across Borders: A Cross-National Study of Media Multitasking Behaviors, Its Antecedents, and Outcomes ABSTRACT PDF
Anastasia Kononova 23 pgs.
Communicating Justice: A Comparison of Courts and Police Use of Contemporary Media ABSTRACT PDF
Jane Johnston, Alyce McGovern 21 pgs.
Website Development and Digital Skill: The State of Traditional Media in European Minority Languages ABSTRACT PDF
Iñaki Zabaleta, Arantza Gutierrez, Carme Ferre-Pavia, Itxaso Fernandez, Santi Urrutia, Nikolas Xamardo 26 pgs.
The Mirror Effect: Spanish and Belgian Press Coverage of Political Conflicts in Flanders and Catalonia ABSTRACT PDF
Enric Castelló, Alexander Dhoest, Sara Bastiaensens 19 pgs.
Returning in a Different Fashion: Culture, Communication and Changing Representations of ‘Lolita’ in Japan and the West ABSTRACT PDF
Perry R. Hinton 21 pgs.
Expressive Versus Consumptive Blog Use: Implications for Interpersonal Discussion and Political Participation ABSTRACT PDF
Homero Gil de Zuniga, Ingrid Bachmann, Shih-Hsien Hsu, Jennifer Brundidge 22 pgs.
Blogging the Unspeakable: Racial Politics, Bakhtin, and the Carnivalesque ABSTRACT PDF
Polly Bugros McLean, David Wallace 20 pgs.
Need for Orientation and Attribute Agenda-Setting During a U.S. Election Campaign ABSTRACT PDF
Lindita Camaj, David H. Weaver 22 pgs.
Media Evolution: Emergence, Dominance, Survival and Extinction in the Media Ecology ABSTRACT PDF
Carlos A. Scolari 24 pgs.
Metaphor, Media, and the Market ABSTRACT PDF
Ann E. Williams 14 pgs.
Theorizing Global Media as Global Discourse ABSTRACT PDF
Ulrika Olausson 17 pgs.
App Neutrality: Apple’s App Store and Freedom of Expression Online ABSTRACT PDF
Luis E. Hestres 15 pgs.
Media Events Are Still Alive: The Opening Ceremony of the Beijing Olympics as a Media Ritual ABSTRACT PDF
Xi Cui 16 pgs.
Rocking the Vote in Mexico’s 2012 Presidential Election: Mexico’s Popular Music Scene’s Use of Social Media in a Post–Arab Spring Context ABSTRACT PDF
Magdelana Red 15 pgs.
Online Civic Cultures? Debating Climate Change Activism on YouTube ABSTRACT PDF
Julie Uldam, Tina Askanius 20 pgs.
Social Media and Information Conflict ABSTRACT PDF
Brett van Niekerk, Manoj Maharaj 23 pgs.
Semantic Tyranny: How Edward L. Bernays Stole Walter Lippmann’s Mojo and Got Away With It and Why It Still Matters ABSTRACT PDF
Sue Curry Jansen 18 pgs.
The Two Internet Freedoms: Framing Victimhood for Political Gain ABSTRACT PDF
Benjamin W. Cramer 20 pgs.
Issue Comparisons and Ordinal Priming ABSTRACT PDF
Bruce Bimber, Jennifer Brundidge, Meredith Conroy, Erica Lively 21 pgs.
Building a “New Latino” in the Post-Network Era: mun2 and the Reconfiguration of the U.S. Latino Audience ABSTRACT PDF
Christopher A. Chavez 20 pgs.
Asserting an Ancient, Emergent Superpower: 2009 Beijing Military Parade, Public Memory, and National Identity ABSTRACT PDF
Jie Gong 23 pgs.
Game Modding, Prosumerism and Neoliberal Labor Practices ABSTRACT PDF
Renyi Hong 19 pgs.
Building Shared Understanding and Capacity for Action: Insights on Climate Risk Communication from India, Ghana, Malawi, and Mongolia ABSTRACT PDF
Jon Padgham, Tahia Devisscher, Togtokh Chuluun, Lucy Mtilatila, Ethel Kaimila, Indira Mansingh, Francis Agyemang-Yeboah, Francis K. Obeng 14 pgs.
Patterns of News Consumption in Austria: How Fragmented Are They? ABSTRACT PDF
Damian Trilling, Klaus Schoenbach 25 pgs.
Boundary Work in an Era of Transformation: Television, Taste and Distinction in Turkey ABSTRACT PDF
Solen Sanli 23 pgs.
Foreign News as Marketable Power Display: Reporting Foreign Disasters by the Chinese Local Media ABSTRACT PDF
Haiyan Wang, Francis L. F. Lee, Bess Y. Wang 19 pgs.
Online Social Relations and Country Reputation ABSTRACT PDF
Hyunjin Seo 18 pgs.
Does Exposure to Online Media Matter? The Knowledge Gap and the Mediating Role of News Use ABSTRACT PDF
Hai Tran 22 pgs.
Media Conduction: Festivals, Networks, and Boundaried Spaces ABSTRACT PDF
Robert Moses Peaslee 20 pgs.
Vegans For Vick: Dogfighting, Social Controversy and the Limits of Mainstream Discourse ABSTRACT PDF
Garrett M. Broad 21 pgs.
Programming and Editing as Alternative Logics of Music Radio Production ABSTRACT PDF
Danny Kaplan 21 pgs.
“Please Don’t Be Turk, BE GREEK, BE ARMENIAN”: Agency and Deixis Across Virtualized Turkish Imagined Community ABSTRACT PDF
Ali Ersen Erol 18 pgs.
Relevant But Long Since Absent: Re-establishing a Political Economy of the Dutch Media ABSTRACT PDF
Tabe Bergman 19 pgs.
Why Do (We Think) They Hate Us: Anti-Americanism, Patriotic Messages, and Attributions of Blame ABSTRACT PDF
Jason Gilmore, Lindsey Meeks, David Domke 21 pgs.
The Problem with Human Rights Discourse and “Freedom” Indicators: The Case of Burma/Myanmar Media ABSTRACT PDF
Lisa Brooten 20 pgs.
The Functionality of Social Tagging as a Communication System ABSTRACT PDF
Poong Oh, Peter Monge 28 pgs.
"There’s Got to be a Review Democracy": Communicative Capitalism, Neoliberal Citizenship and the Politics of Participation on the Consumer Evaluation Website ABSTRACT PDF
Kathleen Mary Kuehn 19 pgs.
Packaging Inspiration: Al Qaeda’s Digital Magazine in the Self-Radicalization Process ABSTRACT PDF
Susan Currie Sivek 23 pgs.
Data Mining Difference in the Age of Big Data: Communication and the Social Shaping of Genome Technologies from 1998 to 2007 ABSTRACT PDF
Peter A. Chow-White, Sandy Green, Jr. 28 pgs.
Media Systems Dependency and Human Rights Online Video: The “Saffron Revolution” and WITNESS’s Hub ABSTRACT PDF
Melissa Brough, Zhan Li 24 pgs.
Young People, Social Media, Social Network Sites and Sexual Health Communication in Australia: "This is Funny, You Should Watch It" ABSTRACT PDF
Clifton Westly Evers, Kath Albury, Paul Byron, Kate Crawford 18 pgs.
Visually Framing the Invasion and Occupation of Iraq in TIME, Newsweek, and U.S. News & World Report ABSTRACT PDF
Carol B. Schwalbe 24 pgs.
Restoring Historical Understandings of the ‘Public Interest’ Standard Of American Broadcasting: An Exploration of the Fairness Doctrine ABSTRACT PDF
Christina Lefevre-Gonzalez 21 pgs.
Political and Economic Regulation of North American Public Spheres: Institutional Reception of Al Jazeera in Canada and the United States ABSTRACT PDF
Ian Kivelin Davis 22 pgs.
A Kiss Is (Not) Just a Kiss: Heterodeterminism, Homosexuality and TV Globo Telenovelas ABSTRACT PDF
Samantha Nogueira Joyce 19 pgs.
After Broadband Infrastructure Saturation: The Impact of Public Investment on Rural Social Capital ABSTRACT PDF
KyuJin Shim 22 pgs.
From Critique to Mobilization: The Yes Men and the Utopian Politics of Satirical Fake News ABSTRACT PDF
Ian Reilly 22 pgs.
Engaging Technologies: A Comparative Study of U.S. and Venezuelan Strategies of Influence and Public Diplomacy ABSTRACT PDF
Craig Hayden 25 pgs.
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Critical Communication History| The Premature Death of Electronic Mail: The United States Postal Service’s E-COM Program, 1978-1985 ABSTRACT PDF
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Critical Communication History| Risk Assessment of Nuclear Power by Japanese Newspapers Following the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster ABSTRACT PDF
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Critical Communication History| What Makes “Free” Radio? U.S. Media Policy Discussions in Post-War Germany 1945–1947 ABSTRACT PDF
Mandy Tröger 20 pgs.
Critical Communication History| Why is "Ether" in Ethernet? ABSTRACT PDF
Peter Schaefer 17 pgs.
Critical Communication History| Religious Rhetoric(s) of the African Diaspora: Using Oral History to Study HIV/AIDS, Community, and Rhetorical Interventions ABSTRACT PDF
Christopher A. House 19 pgs.
Green Movement| Editorial Introduction: Digital Ethnography, Resistance Art and Communication Media in Iran ABSTRACT PDF
Pedram Khrosronejad 18 pgs.
Green Movement| Thirty Years Later: Iranian Visual Culture from the 1979 Revolution to the 2009 Presidential Protests ABSTRACT PDF
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Green Movement| The Green Screen: Neda and the Lost Voices ABSTRACT PDF
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