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This special issue in Crime, Media, Culture makes the case for an alternative way of ‘doing criminology’ in Asia, showcasing research studies within the strong critical tradition in media and cultural studies, sociology and film studies, that deal specifically with themes of power, politics, criminalisation, and postcolonialism.
Infancy Online: While mainstream discussions of children and the Internet have often been driven by moral panics, this open access special issue follows Sonia Livingstone (2009) in recognizing that new technologies, affordances, and shifting social practices relating to children online come with both new risks and new opportunities.
Communication and the Public have recently published two special issues. Read Technological Expertise and Publics and The Arab Revolutionary Public Sphere today! Forthcoming special issues include Sound and Publics, Digital Formations and Chinese Experiences, and Neoliberalism and the Public Sphere.
Communication & Sport (C&S) has been admitted for inclusion to several Clarivate Analytics databases, including abstracting and indexing in the Social Sciences Citation Index®, the Journal Citation Reports/Social Sciences Edition (Impact Factor pending), and the Current Contents®/Social and Behavioral Sciences products. Coverage will begin with Volume 1.1 of the journal.
Visual Communication is very excited to welcome on board a new editorial team. The new editors, Elisabetta Adami, Morten Boeriis, Louise Ravelli, Janina Wildfeuer, and Francisco Veloso will ensure that the journal continues to develop in exciting ways, as well as bring a new energy and fresh perspective to this facinating publication.
Congratulations to Journal of Business and Technical Communication (JBTC) and Joanna Wolfe, author of “Teaching Students to Focus on the Data in Data Visualization” for winning the CCCC award for “Best Article on Pedagogy or Curriculum in Technical or Scientific Communication.”
The 2015 Annual Survey of Journalism and Mass Communication Enrollments is out now in Journalism & Mass Communication Educator!
Location, libation and leisure: An examination of the use of licensed venues to help challenge sexual violence by Clare Gunby, Anna Carline, and Stuart Taylor
Science in the Social Media Age: Profiles of Science Blog Readers by Paige Brown Jarreau and Lance Porter
Big Data is not only about data: The two cultures of modelling by Giuseppe Alessandro Veltri
Communication: Empirically Testing Behavioral Integrity and Credibility as Antecedents for the Effective Implementation of Motivating Language by William T. Holmes and Michele A. Parker
Never Gonna GIF You Up: Analyzing the Cultural Significance of the Animated GIF by Kate M. Miltner and Tim Highfield
The agenda-setting power of fake news: A big data analysis of the online media landscape from 2014 to 2016 by Chris J. Vargo, Lei Guo, and Michelle A. Amazeen
Donor Power and the News: The Influence of Foundation Funding on International Public Service Journalism by Martin Scott, Mel Bunce, and Kate Wright
Founded in 1979, Newspaper Research Journal (NRJ) is a refereed journal that comprehensively answers questions about U.S. newspaper performance and related topics of interest. It is unique because it provides a forum for comprehensive, current research and discussion on print and online journalism, serving as a bridge between newspaper professionals and scholars.
Global Media and China is a peer reviewed, open access, scholarly journal that provides a dedicated, interdisciplinary forum for international research on communication and media with a focus on China. It covers both Chinese communication and media from a global perspective, and global communication and media from a Chinese perspective. There are no publication fees to publish in Global Media and China as financial support is provided by the Communication University of China.
Television & New Media invites submissions that center on any aspect of television and new media and take up questions that point to both the specificities of the object of study and the general implications that one might make with regards to history, geography, cultural formations, political regimes, or economic forces.
The upcoming special issue of the Journal of Language and Social Psychology, tentatively entitled “Advice: Integrative Insights,” will showcase scholarship that bridges disciplinary and paradigmatic boundaries to produce greater insight about the structure, function, and outcomes of advice. Abstracts due for competitive review: January 15, 2018
The SAGE Handbook of Social Media by Jean Burgess, Alice Marwick, and Thomas Poell
Privacy and the Media by Andrew McStay
Author Elizabeth Stoycheff discusses her article "Under Surveillance: Examining Facebook's Spiral of Silence Effects in the Wake of NSA Internet Monitoring." Stoycheff elaborates on her findings of perceptions and justification of surveillance practices and the effects on the expression of minority political views.
The Association for Business Communication (ABC) is an international, interdisciplinary organization committed to advancing business communication research, education, and practice. The ABC’s 82nd annual conference theme is “Shaping and Expanding the Landscape of Business Communication.”
October 18-21, 2017 | Dublin, Ireland
The AoIR is an academic association dedicated to the advancement of the cross-disciplinary field of Internet studies. Tartu, Estonia is emerging as one of the most advance e-societies in the world and will play host to the 2017 AoIR conference. Come by the SAGE booth to see the latest journals and products in Communication & Media Studies.
October 19-21, 2017 | Tartu, Estonia
The NCA advances Communication as the discipline that studies all forms, modes, media, and consequences of communication through humanistic, social scientific, and aesthetic inquiry. The 103rd Annual Convention theme is Our Legacy, Our Relevance. Come by the SAGE booth to see the latest journals and products in Communication & Media Studies.
November 16-19, 2017 | Dallas, TX USA
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