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[ecrea] 35 Papers Published in IJoC in January

Tue Jan 31 13:50:35 GMT 2017

The International Journal of Communication has published 35 papers in
January 2017.  Please go to We’re delighted to bring you
these papers and many more this year, including several innovative Special
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Contributors and Arguments in Australian Policy Debates on Fair Use and
Copyright: The Missing Discussion of the Creative Process
Patricia Aufderheide, Dorian Hunter Davis

Examining the Practices That Mexican Journalists Employ to Reduce Risk in a Context of Violence
Sallie Hughes, Mireya Márquez-Ramírez

Whose War, Whose Fault? Visual Framing of the Ukraine Conflict in Western European Newspapers
Markus Ojala, Mervi Pantti, Jarkko Kangas
The Compoundness and Sequentiality of Digital Inequality
Alexander van Deursen, Ellen Helsper, Rebecca Eynon, Jan van Dijk

A Time-Series, Multinational Analysis of Democratic Forecasts and Emerging Media Diffusion, 1994–2014
Jacob Groshek, Kate Mays

WeChat as a Semipublic Alternative Sphere: Exploring the Use of WeChat Among Chinese Older Adults
Lei Guo

The Participatory Roots of Selective Exposure: Baby Boomers, Political
Protest, and Talk Radio
David A. Weaver

Making Business News: A Production Analysis of The New York Times
Nikki Usher

Reimagining Riben Guizi: Japanese Tactical Media Performance After the 2010 Senkaku/Diaoyu Boat Collision Incident
Yasuhito Abe

Frames and Reasoning: Two Pathways From Selective Exposure to Affective
Yariv Tsfati, Lilach Nir

The Match-Up Hypothesis Revisited: A Social Psychological Perspective
Eser Levi, Kaan Varnali, Nurhan Babur Tosun

Miscommunication: The Other of Communication or the Otherness of
Tuğrul İlter

News Seekers, News Avoiders, and the Mobilizing Effects of Election
Campaigns: Comparing Election Campaigns for the National and the European Parliaments
Jesper Stromback

From Social Merchandising to Social Spectacle: Portrayals of Domestic
Violence in TV Globo’s Prime-Time Telenovelas
Samantha Nogueira Joyce, Monica Martinez

Africa Rising: An Analysis of Emergent Africa-Focused Mass Communication
Scholarship from 2004–2014
Ben Wasike

The Populist Communication Style: Toward a Critical Framework
Elena Block, Ralph Negrine

Enhancing Attitudes Toward Stigmatized Groups with Movies: Mediating and
Moderating Processes of Narrative Persuasion
Juan-José Igartua, Francisco J. Frutos

The United States in Decline? Assessing the Impact of International
Challenges to American Exceptionalism
Jason Gilmore, Charles M. Rowling

The Impacts of Online Grassroots Criticism on Citizen Satisfaction With
Government: An Inconsistent Mediation Model
Tianjiao Wang, Fei Shen

From Screen to Self: The Relationship Between Television Exposure and
Self-Complexity Among Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Youth
Bradley J. Bond, Brandon Miller

TV News Exposure of Young People in Changing Viewing Environments: A
Longitudinal, Cross-National Comparison Using People-Meter Data
Anke Wonneberger, Su Jung Kim

Contextualized Transmedia Mobilization: Media Practices and Mobilizing
Structures in the Umbrella Movement
Zhongxuan Lin

Increasingly Violent but Still Sexy: A Decade of Central Female Characters in Top-Grossing Hollywood and Bollywood Film Promotional Material
Jannath Ghaznavi, Katherine L. Grasso, Laramie D. Taylor

Public Media Autonomy and Accountability: Best and Worst Policy Practices in 12 Leading Democracies
Rodney Benson, Matthew Powers, Timothy Neff


Gary Hall, Pirate Philosophy: For a Digital Posthumanities
Amanda C. R. Clark

Vilém Flusser, Gestures
Raúl Rodríguez-Ferrándiz

Beate Flath and Eva Klein (Eds.), Advertising and Design: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on a Cultural Field
Christopher Chavez

Pnina Fichman and Madelyn R. Sanfilippo, Online Trolling and Its
Perpetrators: Under the Cyberbridge
Margaret Steinhauer

Stefana Broadbent, Intimacy at Work: How Digital Media Bring Private Life Into the Workplace
Brett W. Robertson

Cinthia Gannett and John C. Brereton (Eds.), Traditions of Eloquence: The Jesuits and Modern Rhetorical Studies
Thomas A. Discenna

Michael S. Gorham, After Newspeak: Language Culture and Politics in Russia from Gorbachev to Putin
Anna Popkova

Jonathan Donner, After Access: Inclusion, Development, and a More Mobile
Grace Yuehan Wang

Stewart M. Hoover and Curtis D. Coats, Does God Make the Man? Media, Religion, and the Crisis of Masculinity
Emma Frances Bloomfield

Mary R. Desjardins, Recycled Stars: Female Film Stardom in the Age of
Television and Video
Catherine Bednarz

Larissa Hjorth, Sarah Pink, Kristen Sharp and Linda Williams, Screen
Ecologies: Art, Media, and the Environment in the Asia-Pacific Region Zhifei Mao

Thank you for your continuing interest in the work that IJoC publishes.

Larry Gross Editor
Arlene Luck Managing Editor
International Journal of Communication (IJoC)
USC Annenberg Press
University of Southern California

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