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[Commlist] International Journal of Communication Announces the Publication of 57 Papers That Published in January

Tue Feb 02 14:20:08 GMT 2021

The International Journal of Communication is pleased to announce the
publication of 57 papers in January 2021 which includes the “Special
Section on New Feminist Studies in Audiovisual Industries.” Please visit to read these articles and the Special Section.

When Therapy Goes Public: Copyright Gatekeepers and Sharing Therapeutic
Artifacts on Social Media
Amanda Reid, Pablo Miño

Fair Use in Practice: South Korean Film Directors’ Copyright Understanding
Yoonmo Sang, Patricia Aufderheide, Minjeong Kim

Deglobalization and Public Diplomacy
Juan-Luis Manfredi-Sánchez

Social Coding Platform as Digital Enclave: A Case Study of Protesting
“996” on GitHub
Lichen Zhen

Grumpy Consumers, Good Citizens? Exploring the Relationship Among Internet
Use, Online Consumer Behavior, and Civic Participation in China
Fei Shen, Tianjiao Wang

Critical Media Access Studies: Deconstructing Power, Visibility, and
Marginality in Mediated Space
Meryl Alper

Not the Bots You Are Looking For: Patterns and Effects of Orchestrated
Interventions in the U.S. and German Elections
Olga Boichak, Jeff Hemsley, Sam Jackson, Rebekah Tromble, Sikana Tanupabrungsun

Are Smartphones Enhancing or Displacing Face-to-Face Communication With
Close Ties? A Panel Study Among Adults
Anja Stevic, Desirée Schmuck, Kathrin Karsay, Jörg Matthes

The Medium and the Backlash: The Disparagement of the #MeToo Movement in
Online Public Discourse in South Korea
Soo Young Bae, Taegyun Kim, Yu-i Ha, Meeyoung Cha

Co-Constructing a Print Media Narrative: Interviews With LGBTQ Activists
From the 1960s and 1970s in New Zealand
Linda Jean Kenix, Suvojit Bandopadhyaya

Revisiting Cultivation as a Gravitational Process: A Cross-National
Comparison of the Cultivation of Fear and Mistrust
Matea Mustafaj, Jan Van den Bulck

The Event-Centered Nature of Global Public Spheres: The UN Climate Change
Conferences, Fridays for Future, and the (Limited) Transnationalization of
Media Debates
Antal Wozniak, Hartmut Wessler, Chung-hong Chan, Julia Lück

Affect, Curiosity, and Positionality in Context: Watching Television
Entertainment in Argentina and the United States
María Celeste Wagner, Pablo J. Boczkowski, Eugenia Mitchelstein

Bystander Intervention in Cyberbullying and Online Harassment: The Role of
Expectancy Violations
Nicholas Brody

Challenges and Opportunities for Regional Public Service Media: A Singular
Case Study in Europe
Jessica Izquierdo-Castillo, Juan Carlos Miguel-de-Bustos

Olympian Surveillance: Sports Stadiums and the Normalization of Biometric
Brett Hutchins, Mark Andrejevcic
Giving by Taking Away: Big Tech, Data Colonialism, and the Reconfiguration
of Social Good
João Carlos Magalhães, Nick Couldry

What Is the Power of Balancing Power? Exploring Perceived Discrepancy in
Relational Power and Its Effects
Lisa Tam, Soojin Kim

Media Platforms and Political Learning: The Democratic Challenge of News
Consumption on Computers and Mobile Devices
Kim Andersen, Jesper Strömbäck

The Conditional Indirect Effects of Political Social Media Information
Seeking and Expression on Government Evaluation in Hong Kong: Revisiting the
Communication Mediation Model
Yan Su, Danielle Ka Lai Lee, Porismita Borah
WhatsApp Marketing: A Study on WhatsApp Brand Communication and the Role of
Trust in Self-Disclosure Brahim Zarouali, Anna Brosius, Natali Helberger, Claes H. de Vreese
Reporting on Political Acquaintances: Personal Interactions Between
Political Journalists and Politicians as a Determinant of Media Coverage
Emma S. van der Goot, Toni G.L.A. van der Meer, Rens Vliegenthart
An Agenda for Comparative Social Media Studies: The Value of Understanding
Practices From Cross-National, Cross-Media, and Cross-Platform Perspectives
Mora Matassi, Pablo Boczkowski

How Facebook Users Experience Political Disagreements and Make Decisions
About the Political Homogenization of Their Online Network
German Neubaum, Manuel Cargnino, Jeanette Maleszka

From Ignorance to Resonance: Analysis of the Transformative Potential of
Dissensus and Agonistic Deliberation in Sustainability Communication
Franzisca Weder, Denise Voci

The Identity of LGBTQ Communication Research: From the Anglo-Saxon
Effervescence to the Spanish-Speaking Barrenness Leonarda García-Jiménez, Juan José Sánchez-Soriano, Marta Prego-Nieto The Growing Up Asian American Tag: An Asian American Networked Counterpublic
on YouTube
Dasol Kim De-Westernizing Platform Studies: History and Logics of Chinese and U.S. Platforms Mark Davis, Jian Xiao Framing Protest in Online News and Readers’ Comments: The Case of Serbian
Protest “Against Dictatorship”
Jelena Kleut, Ana Milojevic
Imaginaries About Brazil in the Media Consumption of LGBTIQ+ Immigrants and
Refugees in the City of São Paulo
Hadriel Theodoro, Denise Cogo

84 Lumber’s Constrained Polysemy: Limiting Interpretive Play and the Power
of Audience Agency in Inspirational Immigrant Narratives
Litzy Galarza, Lars Stoltzfus-Brown

Journalists’ Awareness and Understanding of Climate Change in Tanzania
Emmanuel Frank Elia
Choosing a Social Media Platform: Genre and Social Ties in Urban Malaysia Julian Hopkins, Chris Hooi Koon Tan BOOK REVIEWS

Frederick Wasser, Twentieth Century Fox
Amanda Ann Klein

W. Lance Bennett, Communicating the Future: Solutions for
Environment, Economy, and Democracy
Lee Ahern

Caty Borum Chattoo, Story Movements: How Documentaries Empower People and
Inspire Social Change
Paul Falzone

Joana Díaz-Pont, Pieter Maeseele, Annika Egan Sjölander, Maitreyee Mishra,
and Kerrie Foxwell-Norton (Eds.), The Local and the Digital in Environmental
Beatriz Mira

Meredith Broussard, Artificial Unintelligence: How Computers Misunderstand
the World
Mary Heath

Lindsay Palmer, The Fixers: Local News Workers and the Underground Labor of
International Reporting
Ryan Stoldt

Stephen Bates, An Aristocracy of Critics: Luce, Hutchins, Niebuhr, and The
Committee That Redefined Freedom of the Press
Sue Curry Jansen

Magda Konieczna, Journalism Without Profit: Making News When the Market
David Cheruiyot S. Craig Watkins, Andres Lombana-Bermudez, Alexander Cho, Jacqueline Ryan
Vickery, Vivian Shaw, and Lauren Weinzimmer, The Digital Edge: How Black and
Latino Youth Navigate Digital Inequality Zelly Claire Martin Victor Pickard, Democracy Without Journalism? Confronting the Misinformation
Jacob L. Nelson John P. Wihbey, The Social Fact: News and Knowledge in a Networked World Alexandra Hill Łukasz Bogucki and Mikołaj Deckert (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Audiovisual Translation and Media Accessibility Siwen Lu, Sijing Lu Emeka Umejei, Chinese Media in Africa: Perception, Performance, and Paradox Gregory Gondwe Louise Amoore, Cloud Ethics: Algorithms and the Attributes of Ourselves and
Catherine Jeffery
 Larry Gross, Editor
Arlene Luck, Founding Managing Editor  Kady Bell-Garcia, Managing Editor
Kasia Anderson, Managing Editor, Special Sections Please note that according to the latest Google Scholar statistics, IJoC
ranks 3rd among all Humanities journals and 5th among all Communications
journals in the world — demonstrating the viability of open access
scholarly publication at the highest level.
International Journal of Communication (IJoC)
USC Annenberg Press
University of Southern California
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