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[ecrea] IJoC Publishes 30 Papers in March 2018

Thu Apr 05 06:20:31 GMT 2018

The International Journal Communication is pleased to announce the
publication of 30 papers in March 2018 including the Special Section on
Privacy at the Margins. To access these papers, please go to  Good

The Ecological Dynamics of Organizational Change: Density Dependence in the
Rate of Weibo Adoption by Populations of News Organizations
Xu Yu

Examining the Connectedness of Connective Action: The Participant-Initiated
Facebook Pages in Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement
Yin Zhang, Francis L. F. Lee

Political Participation in Hong Kong: The Roles of News Media and Online
Alternative Media
Chuanli Xia, Fei Shen

American Realities on Public Television: Analysis of Independent Television
Service’s Independent Documentaries, 2007–2016
Caty Borum Chattoo, Patricia Aufderheide, Michele Alexander, Chandler Green

The Role of Social Media in Protest Participation: The Case of Candlelight
Vigils in South Korea
Sangwon Lee

Public and Personal Responses to Environmental Pollution in China:
Differential Susceptibility, Direct Experience and Media Use
Shaojing Sun, Andy Merolla, Mihye Seo

Invitation to Witness: The Role of Subjects in Documentary Representations
of the End of Life
Emily West

The Paradox of Source Credibility in Canadian and U.S. Domestic
Counterterrorism Communications
Patrick Belanger, Susan Szmania

The Transnationalism of Cultural Journalism in Sweden: Outlooks and
Introspection in the Global Era
Anna Roosvall, Andreas Widholm

“Seize Your Moment, My Lovely Trolls”: News, Satire, and Public Opinion
About Net Neutrality
Paul R. Brewer, Dannagal G. Young, Jennifer L. Lambe, Lindsay H. Hoffman,
Justin Collier

All at Once or Bit by Bit? How the Serialization of News Affects
Recipients’ Attitudes Toward Politicians Involved in Scandals
Christian von Sikorski, Johannes Knoll

Contemporary Gurus in Indian Classrooms: Changing Professorial Authority and
Cultural Tensions in Managing Digital Connectivity
Uttaran Dutta, Pauline Hope Cheong, Robert Shuter

Public Service Austerity Broadcasts: Framing the Euro Debt Crisis
Mark Cullinane


Bilge Yesil, Media In New Turkey: The Origins of an Authoritarian Neoliberal
Melike Asli Sim

Tania Lewis, Fran Martin and Wanning Sun, Telemodernities: Television and
Transforming Lives in Asia
Yang Bai

Jack Qiu, Goodbye iSlave: A Manifesto for Digital Abolition
Janice Hua Xu

Nico Carpentier, The Discursive-Material Knot: Cyprus in Conflict and
Community Media Participation
John D.H. Downing

Stephen Coleman, Can the Internet Strengthen Democracy?
Niall P. Stephens

Kylie Jarrett, Feminism, Labor and Digital Media The Digital Housewife
Yuanjie Xia

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

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