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[Commlist] New issue of Studies in Communication Sciences (SComS), published #openaccess

Sat Nov 21 14:51:15 GMT 2020

Studies in Communication Sciences (SComS) is a peer-reviewed journal of communication and media research with platinum open access. Since 2007, the journal is jointly edited by the Swiss Association of Communication and Media Research (SACM) and the Faculty of Communication, Culture and Society of the Università della Svizzera italiana (USI Lugano).

SComS 20(2) has just been published ( <> It is mainly devoted to a Thematic Section on “The Dissolving Boundaries of Hybrid Journalism”, edited by Colin Porlezza and Philip Di Salvo. The issue moreover covers a broad range of topics in the General Section, Community Section and Review & Reports Section:

Sara Greco & Katharina Lobinger
Editorial <>


Benjamin Lange, Aylin Bayirli, & Frank Schwab
Sprachniveau in Online- und TV-Nachrichten: Eine quantitative computergestützte Textanalyse der Online- und TV-Berichterstattung von ARD, ZDF, Sat.1 und RTL <>

Christofer Jost
How to play … popular music: Didactic action and the display of musical expertise in online tutorials <>

Davide Cino & Chiara Dalledonne Vandini
“My kid, my rule”: Governing children’s digital footprints as a source of dialectical tensions between mothers and daughters-in-law <>

THEMATIC SECTION: “The Dissolving Boundaries of Hybrid Journalism”

Colin Porlezza & Philip Di Salvo
Introduction: Hybrid journalism? Making sense of the field’s dissolving boundaries <>

Adrienne Russell
Coming to terms with dysfunctional hybridity: A conversation with Andrew Chadwick on the challenges to liberal democracy in the second-wave networked era <>

Christopher Buschow
Practice-driven journalism research: Impulses for a dynamic understanding of journalism in the context of its reorganization <>

Philip Di Salvo & Colin Porlezza
Hybrid professionalism in journalism: Opportunities and risks of hacker sources <>


Florence Van Hove
Médias d’actualité, journalistes et publics sur Twitter: vers un renouvellement des relations? Résumé de la thèse de doctorat <>


Marcel Verhoeven
Ursula Ganz-Blättler. “Signs of time: Cumulative narrative in broadcast television fiction” <>

Sabine Witt
Aebi, Adrian, Göldi, Susan, Weder, Mirjam (Hrsg.). «Schrift – Bild – Ton. Beiträge zum multimodalen Schreiben in Bildung und professioneller Kommunikation» <>

Corinne Schweizer
Zukunftswerkstatt der Ulrich Saxer-Stiftung zum Thema «Media Labs»: Schickes Label oder modernes Arbeiten in der Kommunikationswissenschaft? <>

For more information on /SComS/, see <>or get in touch with the journal manager Silke Fürst ((scoms /at/ <mailto:(scoms /at/>).

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