Society of African Journal Editors

International Journal of Communication: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Communication Studies

International Journal of Communication: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Communication Studies

Network Theory| Networks, Societies, Spheres: Reflections of an Actor-network Theorist

The Impact of Conventional and Novel Metaphors in News on Issue Viewpoint

Mediatized Populisms/ Fragile Hegemony: Social Media and Competitive Electoral Populism in India

Free to Expose Corruption/ The Impact of Media Freedom, Internet Access and Governmental Online Service Delivery on Corruption

Measuring Freedom of Information: Issues and Opportunities from an Expert Survey

Network Theory| The Ever Evolving Web: The Power of Networks

Giving Attention to Conduct on Social Media: Discursive Mechanisms of Attention Structures in Mediating Governance-at-a-distance in Today’s Russia

Latin American Struggles| A Conversation with Bernardo Gutiérrez: Exploring Technopolitics in Latin America

Network Theory| The Flip Side of Metcalfe’s Law: Multiple and Growing Costs of Network Exclusion

The Limits of the Limits of the Law: How Useable Are DMCA Anticircumvention Exceptions?

Explaining the Islamic State’s Online Media Strategy: A Transmedia Approach

Mediatized Populisms| Broadcasting the Dharna: Mediating "Contained" Populism in Contemporary Pakistan

Media Freedom Indexes in Democracies: A Critical Perspective Through the Cases of Poland and Chile

Discussion Network Heterogeneity Matters: Examining a Moderated Mediation Model of Social Media Use and Civic Engagement

Network Theory | Multidimensional Networks and the Dynamics of Sociomateriality: Bringing Technology Inside the Network

Communication for Development and Social Change and the Challenge of Climate Change

Common Sense, Good Sense, and Commercial Television

Network Theory | Networks of Power, Degrees of Freedom

Making Implicit Methods Explicit: Trade Press Analysis in the Political Economy of Communication

Online Ultra-Orthodox Religious Communities as a Third Space: A Netnographic Study

Connecting Political Communication with Urban Politics: A Bourdieusian Framework

Network Theory| Fuzziness of Inclusion/Exclusion in Networks

Mediatized Populisms| Innuendo as Outreach: @narendramodi and the Use of Political Irony on Twitter

Effeminate Speech on New Media: @HillaryClinton's Public Intimacy through Relational Labor

Piracy & Social Change| Piracy Versus Privacy: An Analysis of Values Encoded in the PirateBrowser

Latin American Struggles| Social Media and Virality in the 2014 Student Protests in Venezuela: Rethinking Engagement and Dialogue in Times of Imitation

Network Theory| A Network Theory of Power

Examining the Relationship Between Media Use and Political Engagement: A Comparative Study Among the United States, Kenya, and Nigeria

Egypt’s Jon Stewart: Humorous Political Satire and Serious Culture Jamming

Crimea River: Directionality in Memes from the Russia-Ukraine Conflict

Affect and Belonging in Late Capitalism: A Speculative Narrative on Reality TV

Distributed Creativity on the Internet: A Theoretical Foundation for Online Creative Participation

Debating "Alternative" Gender Identities: The Online Discourse Triggered by 2014 Life Ball Advertising Posters

Facebook Use and Acculturation: The Case of Overseas Chinese Professionals in Western Countries

Gameplay Marketing Strategies as Audience Co-optation:The Story of The Dark Knight, the Cloverfield Monster, and Their Brethren

Communicative Acts of Citizenship: Contesting Europe’s Border in and Through the Media

Open Privacy Badges for Digital Policy Literacy

In Search of Reason-centered Discussion on China’s Twitter: The Effects of Initiating Post and Discussion Format on Reasoning

Distant Suffering in Audience Memory: The Moral Hierarchy of Remembering

Children’s Exposure to and Perceptions of Online Advertising

The Relationship Between Offline Social Capital and Online Learning Interactions

Mediatized Populisms| Conspiratorial Webs: Media Ecology and Parallel Realities in Turkey

The Effect of Anonymity on Conformity to Group Norms in Online Contexts: A Meta-Analysis

Nation Branding: Toward an Agenda for Critical Research

Constructing National Identity Online: The Case Study of #IranJeans on Twitter

Effects of National Identity in Transnational Crises: Implications of Social Identity Theory for Attribution and Crisis Communications

“Rush, I Love You”: Interactional Fandom on U.S. Political Talk Radio

Can NGOs Change the News?

The Children Are Watching: A History of Age-Rating Television in Brazil

Narrative Persuasion in Historical Films: Examining the Importance of Prior Knowledge, Existing Attitudes, and Culture

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