- Dawn Wheatley, Eirik Vatnoey:
'It's Twitter, a bear pit, not a debating society': A qualitative analysis of contrasting attitudes towards social media blocklists.
- Jordan Schonig:
"Liking" as creating: On aesthetic category memes.
- Femke Geusens, Cabral A. Bigman-Galimore, Kathleen Beullens:
A cross-cultural comparison of the processes underlying the associations between sharing of and exposure to alcohol references and drinking intentions.
- Andrea L. Guzman, Seth C. Lewis:
Artificial intelligence and communication: A Human-Machine Communication research agenda.
- Tuukka Lehtiniemi, Jesse Haapoja:
Data agency at stake: MyData activism and alternative frames of equal participation.
- Errol Salamon:
Digitizing freelance media labor: A class of workers negotiates entrepreneurialism and activism.
- Sigrid Kannengießer:
Engaging with and reflecting on the materiality of digital media technologies: Repair and fair production.
- Winneke A. van der Schuur, Susanne E. Baumgartner, Sindy R. Sumter, Patti M. Valkenburg:
Exploring the long-term relationship between academic-media multitasking and adolescents' academic achievement.
- Gregory Perreault, Tim Vos:
Metajournalistic discourse on the rise of gaming journalism.
- Joe Edward Hatfield:
Book review: How Data Haunt.
- Joel Schneier:
Book review: Archaeologies of touch: Interfacing with haptics from electricity to computing.
- Patricia Aufderheide:
Book review: Authors, Users, and Pirates: Copyright Law and Subjectivity.
- Mats Ekström, Seth C. Lewis, Oscar Westlund:
Epistemologies of digital journalism and the study of misinformation.
- Yigal Godler, Zvi Reich, Boaz Miller:
Social epistemology as a new paradigm for journalism and media studies.
- Matt Carlson:
Journalistic epistemology and digital news circulation: Infrastructure, circulation practices, and epistemic contests.
- Nikki Usher:
News cartography and epistemic authority in the era of big data: Journalists as map-makers, map-users, and map-subjects.
- Neta Kligler-Vilenchik, Ori Tenenboim:
Sustained journalist-audience reciprocity in a meso new-space: The case of a journalistic WhatsApp group.
- Soomin Seo:
'We see more because we are not there': Sourcing norms and routines in covering Iran and North Korea.
- Donald Matheson, Karin Wahl-Jorgensen:
The epistemology of live blogging.
- Jonathan Gray, Liliana Bounegru, Tommaso Venturini:
'Fake news' as infrastructural uncanny.
- Lucas Graves, Cw Anderson:
Discipline and promote: Building infrastructure and managing algorithms in a "structured journalism" project by professional fact-checking groups.
- Christian Schwarzenegger:
Personal epistemologies of the media: Selective criticality, pragmatic trust, and competence-confidence in navigating media repertoires in the digital age.
- Mats Ekström, Seth C. Lewis, Amanda Waldenström, Oscar Westlund:
Commentary: Digitization, climate change, and the potential for online workshops.
- Jakob Jünger, Birte Fähnrich:
Does really no one care? Analyzing the public engagement of communication scientists on Twitter.
- Iben Have, Birgitte Stougaard Pedersen:
The audiobook circuit in digital publishing: Voicing the silent revolution.
- Joshua M. Scacco, Ashley Muddiman:
The curiosity effect: Information seeking in the contemporary news environment.
- Joseph Downing, Richard Dron:
Tweeting Grenfell: Discourse and networks in critical constructions of British Muslim social boundaries on social media.
- Elisa Tattersall Wallin, Jan Nolin:
Time to read: Exploring the timespaces of subscription-based audiobooks.
- Lindsay Ferris, Stefanie Duguay:
Tinder's lesbian digital imaginary: Investigating (im)permeable boundaries of sexual identity on a popular dating app.
- Katherine R. Dale, Arthur A. Raney, Qihao Ji, Sophie H. Janicke-Bowles, Joshua Baldwin, Jerrica T. Rowlett, Cen Wang, Mary Beth Oliver:
Self-transcendent emotions and social media: Exploring the content and consumers of inspirational Facebook posts.
- Crispin Thurlow, Giorgia Aiello, Lara Portmann:
Visualizing teens and technology: A social semiotic analysis of stock photography and news media imagery.
- Michael V. Reiss, Milena Tsvetkova:
Perceiving education from Facebook profile pictures.
- Elizabeth Rodwell:
Online trolling and its perpetrators: Under the cyberbridge.
- Jeanna Sybert:
Networked Press Freedom: Creating Infrastructures for a Public Right to Hear.
- Anis Rahman:
Algorithms of oppression: How search engines reinforce racism.
- Zoë Glatt:
Social Media Entertainment: The New Intersection of Hollywood and Silicon Valley.
- Ysabel Gerrard:
Behind the Screen: Content Moderation in the Shadows of Social Media.
- Homero Gil de Zúñiga, Karolina Koc-Michalska, Andrea Römmele:
Populism in the era of Twitter: How social media contextualized new insights into an old phenomenon.
- Andrea Römmele, Rachel Gibson:
Scientific and subversive: The two faces of the fourth era of political campaigning.
- Kristof Jacobs, Linn Sandberg, Niels Spierings:
Twitter and Facebook: Populists' double-barreled gun?
- Erik P. Bucy, Jordan M. Foley, Josephine Lukito, Larissa Doroshenko, Dhavan V. Shah, Jon C. W. Pevehouse, Chris Wells:
Performing populism: Trump's transgressive debate style and the dynamics of Twitter response.
- Chris Wells, Dhavan V. Shah, Josephine Lukito, Ayellet Pelled, Jon C. W. Pevehouse, JungHwan Yang:
Trump, Twitter, and news media responsiveness: A media systems approach.
- Shelley Boulianne, Karolina Koc-Michalska, Bruce Bimber:
Right-wing populism, social media and echo chambers in Western democracies.
- Bruce Bimber, Homero Gil de Zúñiga:
The unedited public sphere.
- Isabelle Simpson:
Book review: Digital Cash: The Unknown History of the Anarchists, Utopians, and Technologists Who Created Cryptocurrency.
- Atika Alkhallouf:
Book review: Media localism: The policies of place.
- Nick Couldry:
Book review: Consumption, psychology and practice theories: A hermeneutic perspective.
- Peter Chonka:
Book review: African language digital media and communication.
- Christopher J. Persaud:
Book review: Video Games Have Always Been Queer.
- Marc Ziegele, Teresa K. Naab, Pablo Jost:
Lonely together? Identifying the determinants of collective corrective action against uncivil comments.
- Ranjana Das, Paul Hodkinson:
Affective coding: Strategies of online steganography in fathers' mental health disclosure.
- Jenni Hokka, Matti Nelimarkka:
Affective economy of national-populist images: Investigating national and transnational online networks through visual big data.
- Massimo Ragnedda, Maria Laura Ruiu, Felice Addeo:
Measuring Digital Capital: An empirical investigation.
- Chelsea P. Butkowski, Travis L. Dixon, Kristopher R. Weeks, Marisa A. Smith:
Quantifying the feminine self(ie): Gender display and social media feedback in young women's Instagram selfies.
- Debbie Ging, Theo Lynn, Pierangelo Rosati:
Neologising misogyny: Urban Dictionary's folksonomies of sexual abuse.
- Caroline Keen, Alan France, Ronald Kramer:
Exposing children to pornography: How competing constructions of childhood shape state regulation of online pornographic material.
- Stephanie Tom Tong, Elena Francesca Corriero, Kunto Adi Wibowo, Taj W. Makki, Richard B. Slatcher:
Self-presentation and impressions of personality through text-based online dating profiles: A lens model analysis.
- José van Dijck, Bart Jacobs:
Electronic identity services as sociotechnical and political-economic constructs.
- Benjamin Peters:
Book Review: Power button: A history of pleasure, panic, and the politics of pushing.
- Brian E. Weeks:
Book Review: Emotions, Media and Politics.
- Miriam E. Sweeney:
Book Review: The emoji revolution: How technology is shaping the future of communication.
- Stephen P. MacGregor:
Book review: Podcasting: The Audio Media Revolution.
- Janna Frenzel:
Book Review: Futurability: The Age of Impotence and the Horizon of Possibility.
- Hannah Ditchfield:
Behind the screen of Facebook: Identity construction in the rehearsal stage of online interaction.
- Jorge Peña, Juan Francisco Hernández Pérez:
Game perspective-taking effects on willingness to help immigrants: A replication study with a Spanish sample.
- Yingru Ji, Sora Kim:
Crisis-induced public demand for regulatory intervention in the social media era: Examining the moderating roles of perceived government controllability and consumer collective efficacy.
- Ben Egliston:
'Seeing isn't doing': Examining tensions between bodies, videogames and technologies 'beyond' the game.
- Deana A. Rohlinger, Cynthia Williams, Mackenzie Teek:
From "thank god for helping this person" to "libtards really jumped the shark": Opinion leaders and (in)civility in the wake of school shootings.
- Minna Ruckenstein, Linda Lisa Maria Turunen:
Re-humanizing the platform: Content moderators and the logic of care.
- Jenni Niemelä-Nyrhinen, Janne Seppänen:
Visual communion: The photographic image as phatic communication.
- Ralf De Wolf:
Contextualizing how teens manage personal and interpersonal privacy on social media.
- Blake Hallinan, Jed R. Brubaker, Casey Fiesler:
Unexpected expectations: Public reaction to the Facebook emotional contagion study.
- Patrick Ferrucci, Toby Hopp, Chris J. Vargo:
Civic engagement, social capital, and ideological extremity: Exploring online political engagement and political expression on Facebook.
- David S. Heineman:
Game studies' elephant in the room.
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