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Volume 9, issue 1, 2021

Can We Hide in Shadows When the Times are Dark? pp. 84-87 Downloads
Thorsten Quandt
Uninvited Dinner Guests: A Theoretical Perspective on the Antagonists of Journalism Based on Serres’ Parasite pp. 88-98 Downloads
Gerret von Nordheim and Katharina Kleinen- von Königslöw
Communities of Darkness? Users and Uses of Anti-System Alternative Media between Audience and Community pp. 99-109 Downloads
Christian Schwarzenegger
What Is (Fake) News? Analyzing News Values (and More) in Fake Stories pp. 110-119 Downloads
Edson C. Tandoc, Ryan J. Thomas and Lauren Bishop
You’re Definitely Wrong, Maybe: Correction Style Has Minimal Effect on Corrections of Misinformation Online pp. 120-133 Downloads
Cameron Martel, Mohsen Mosleh and David G. Rand
From Dark to Light: The Many Shades of Sharing Misinformation Online pp. 134-143 Downloads
Miriam J. Metzger, Andrew J. Flanagin, Paul Mena, Shan Jiang and Christo Wilson
Digital Civic Participation and Misinformation during the 2020 Taiwanese Presidential Election pp. 144-157 Downloads
Ho-Chun Herbert Chang, Samar Haider and Emilio Ferrara
Investigating Visual Content Shared over Twitter during the 2019 EU Parliamentary Election Campaign pp. 158-170 Downloads
Nahema Marchal, Lisa-Maria Neudert, Bence Kollanyi and Philip N. Howard
From Insult to Hate Speech: Mapping Offensive Language in German User Comments on Immigration pp. 171-180 Downloads
Sünje Paasch-Colberg, Christian Strippel, Joachim Trebbe and Martin Emmer
Constructive Aggression? Multiple Roles of Aggressive Content in Political Discourse on Russian YouTube pp. 181-194 Downloads
Svetlana S. Bodrunova, Anna Litvinenko, Ivan Blekanov and Dmitry Nepiyushchikh
Roots of Incivility: How Personality, Media Use, and Online Experiences Shape Uncivil Participation pp. 195-208 Downloads
Lena Frischlich, Tim Schatto-Eckrodt, Svenja Boberg and Florian Wintterlin
Advancing Research into Dark Participation pp. 209-214 Downloads
Oscar Westlund
Beyond the Darkness: Research on Participation in Online Media and Discourse pp. 215-216 Downloads
Claes de Vreese

Volume 8, issue 4, 2020

The Ongoing Transformation of the Digital Public Sphere: Basic Considerations on a Moving Target pp. 1-5 Downloads
Emiliana De Blasio, Marianne Kneuer, Wolf Schünemann and Michele Sorice
Rethinking Public Agenda in a Time of High-Choice Media Environment pp. 6-15 Downloads
Sara Bentivegna and Giovanni Boccia Artieri
Platform Party between Digital Activism and Hyper-Leadership: The Reshaping of the Public Sphere pp. 16-27 Downloads
Emiliana De Blasio and Lorenzo Viviani
Identity and European Public Spheres in the Context of Social Media and Information Disorder pp. 28-39 Downloads
Jan Erik Kermer and Rolf A. Nijmeijer
Ready for the World? Measuring the (Trans-)National Quality of Political Issue Publics on Twitter pp. 40-52 Downloads
Wolf J. Schünemann
Incidental Exposure to Non-Like-Minded News through Social Media: Opposing Voices in Echo-Chambers’ News Feeds pp. 53-62 Downloads
Pere Masip, Jaume Suau and Carlos Ruiz-Caballero
Measuring Online Political Dialogue: Does Polarization Trigger More Deliberation? pp. 63-72 Downloads
Ignacio-Jesús Serrano-Contreras, Javier García-Marín and Óscar G. Luengo
Social Media, Populism, and Migration pp. 73-83 Downloads
Mario Datts
Political Opinion Formation as Epistemic Practice: The Hashtag Assemblage of #metwo pp. 84-95 Downloads
Sebastian Berg, Tim König and Ann-Kathrin Koster
Digital Public Sphere and Geography: The Influence of Physical Location on Twitter’s Political Conversation pp. 96-106 Downloads
Andreu Casero-Ripollés, Josep-Lluís Micó-Sanz and Míriam Díez-Bosch
Editorial: Freedom of Expression and the Online Abyss pp. 107-109 Downloads
Maria Elliot and Kristoffer Holt
Freedom of Expression and Alternatives for Internet Governance: Prospects and Pitfalls pp. 110-120 Downloads
Emma Ricknell
‘Four Populisms’ of Alexey Navalny: An Analysis of Russian Non-Systemic Opposition Discourse on YouTube pp. 121-132 Downloads
Sofya Glazunova
American Muslim Character Cancellation: Framing Engagement through the Sphere of Deviance pp. 133-144 Downloads
Jibril Latif
Free Speech Under Pressure: The Effect of Online Harassment on Literary Writers pp. 145-157 Downloads
Juliane Wegner, Elizabeth Prommer and Carlos Collado Seidel
Editorial: Children’s Voices on Privacy Management and Data Responsibilization pp. 158-162 Downloads
Ralf De Wolf and Mariek M. P. Vanden Abeele
Children’s and Parents’ Perceptions of Online Commercial Data Practices: A Qualitative Study pp. 163-174 Downloads
Laurien Desimpelaere, Liselot Hudders and Dieneke Van de Sompel
Strengthening Children’s Privacy Literacy through Contextual Integrity pp. 175-184 Downloads
Priya C. Kumar, Mega Subramaniam, Jessica Vitak, Tamara L. Clegg and Marshini Chetty
Navigating Onlife Privacy: A Family Environment Perspective on Children’s Moral Principles pp. 185-196 Downloads
Joke Bauwens, Katleen Gabriels and Lien Mostmans
Digital by Default: Children’s Capacity to Understand and Manage Online Data and Privacy pp. 197-207 Downloads
Mariya Stoilova, Sonia Livingstone and Rishita Nandagiri
“The Kids Hate It, but We Love It!”: Parents’ Reviews of Circle pp. 208-217 Downloads
Davide Cino, Giovanna Mascheroni and Ellen Wartella
Privacy and Digital Data of Children with Disabilities: Scenes from Social Media Sharenting pp. 218-228 Downloads
Gerard Goggin and Katie Ellis
Designing Technologies with and for Youth: Traps of Privacy by Design pp. 229-238 Downloads
Bieke Zaman

Volume 8, issue 3, 2020

Algorithmic Actants in Practice, Theory, and Method pp. 1-4 Downloads
Rodrigo Zamith and Mario Haim
Automation in Sports Reporting: Strategies of Data Providers, Software Providers, and Media Outlets pp. 5-15 Downloads
Jessica Kunert
Assistance or Resistance? Evaluating the Intersection of Automated Journalism and Journalistic Role Conceptions pp. 16-26 Downloads
Aljosha Karim Schapals and Colin Porlezza
Negotiated Autonomy: The Role of Social Media Algorithms in Editorial Decision Making pp. 27-38 Downloads
Chelsea Peterson-Salahuddin and Nicholas Diakopoulos
Automated Journalism as a Source of and a Diagnostic Device for Bias in Reporting pp. 39-49 Downloads
Leo Leppänen, Hanna Tuulonen and Stefanie Sirén-Heikel
Automated Journalism: A Meta-Analysis of Readers’ Perceptions of Human-Written in Comparison to Automated News pp. 50-59 Downloads
Andreas Graefe and Nina Bohlken
Journalism from Above: Drones and the Media in Critical Perspective pp. 60-63 Downloads
Jonas Harvard, Mats Hyvönen and Ingela Wadbring
Drone Journalism as Visual Aggregation: Toward a Critical History pp. 64-74 Downloads
James F. Hamilton
Diffusion of Drone Journalism: The Case of Finland, 2011–2020 pp. 75-84 Downloads
Turo Uskali, Ville Manninen, Pasi Ikonen and Jere Hokkanen
Post-Hype Uses of Drones in News Reporting: Revealing the Site and Presenting Scope pp. 85-92 Downloads
Jonas Harvard
Dual Control: Investigating the Role of Drone (UAV) Operators in TV and Online Journalism pp. 93-100 Downloads
Catherine Adams
Technologies, Ethics and Journalism’s Relationship with the Public pp. 101-111 Downloads
Megan Duncan and Kathleen Bartzen Culver
Relationships between Law Enforcement Authorities and Drone Journalists in Spain pp. 112-122 Downloads
Jorge Gallardo-Camacho and Vanessa Rodríguez Breijo
Audience Attention and Emotion in News Filmed with Drones: A Neuromarketing Research pp. 123-136 Downloads
Luis Mañas-Viniegra, Alberto García-García and Ignacio J. Martín-Moraleda
Drones, Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality Journalism: Mapping Their Role in Immersive News Content pp. 137-146 Downloads
John V. Pavlik
New Formats, New Methods: Computational Approaches as a Way Forward for Media Entertainment Research pp. 147-152 Downloads
Johannes Breuer, Tim Wulf and M. Rohangis Mohseni
What Is Important When We Evaluate Movies? Insights from Computational Analysis of Online Reviews pp. 153-163 Downloads
Frank M. Schneider, Emese Domahidi and Felix Dietrich
A Graph-Learning Approach for Detecting Moral Conflict in Movie Scripts pp. 164-179 Downloads
Frederic René Hopp, Jacob Taylor Fisher and René Weber
(A)synchronous Communication about TV Series on Social Media: A Multi-Method Investigation of Reddit Discussions pp. 180-190 Downloads
Julian Unkel and Anna Sophie Kümpel
Popular Music as Entertainment Communication: How Perceived Semantic Expression Explains Liking of Previously Unknown Music pp. 191-204 Downloads
Steffen Lepa, Jochen Steffens, Martin Herzog and Hauke Egermann
A Computational Approach to Analyzing the Twitter Debate on Gaming Disorder pp. 205-218 Downloads
Tim Schatto-Eckrodt, Robin Janzik, Felix Reer, Svenja Boberg and Thorsten Quandt
Exploring the Effect of In-Game Purchases on Mobile Game Use with Smartphone Trace Data pp. 219-230 Downloads
Kristof Boghe, Laura Herrewijn, Frederik De Grove, Kyle Van Gaeveren and Lieven De Marez
Open-Source’s Inspirations for Computational Social Science: Lessons from a Failed Analysis pp. 231-238 Downloads
Nathaniel Poor
More Relevant Today Than Ever: Past, Present and Future of Media Performance Research pp. 239-343 Downloads
Melanie Magin and Birgit Stark
Soft Presentation of Hard News? A Content Analysis of Political Facebook Posts pp. 244-257 Downloads
Miriam Steiner
Mapping and Explaining Media Quality: Insights from Switzerland’s Multilingual Media System pp. 258-269 Downloads
Linards Udris, Mark Eisenegger, Daniel Vogler, Jörg Schneider and Andrea Häuptli
In the Service of Good Journalism and Audience Interests? How Audience Metrics Affect News Quality pp. 270-280 Downloads
Silke Fürst
Democratic Theory and the Potential of Value Frames in Assessing Media Performance pp. 281-292 Downloads
Ralph Weiß, Raphael Kösters and Merja Mahrt
Audience-Based Indicators for News Media Performance: A Conceptual Framework and Findings from Germany pp. 293-303 Downloads
Uwe Hasebrink and Sascha Hölig
Self-Inflicted Deprivation? Quality-as-Sent and Quality-as-Received in German News Media pp. 304-320 Downloads
Stefan Geiß
News Media Performance Evaluated by National Audiences: How Media Environments and User Preferences Matter pp. 321-334 Downloads
Desiree Steppat, Laia Castro Herrero and Frank Esser
Perceptions of Media Performance: Expectation-Evaluation Discrepancies and Their Relationship with Media-related and Populist Attitudes pp. 335-347 Downloads
Nayla Fawzi and Cornelia Mothes
Reach or Trust Optimisation? A Citizen Trust Analysis in the Flemish Public Broadcaster VRT pp. 348-358 Downloads
Ike Picone and Karen Donders
Public Service Media in a Digital Media Environment: Performance from an Audience Perspective pp. 359-372 Downloads
Annika Sehl

Volume 8, issue 2, 2020

Exploring Digital Native News Media pp. 1-4 Downloads
Ramón Salaverría
Journalism in Digital Native Media: Beyond Technological Determinism pp. 5-15 Downloads
Berta García-Orosa, Xosé López-García and Jorge Vázquez-Herrero
Cross-National Similarities and Differences between Legacy and Digital-Born News Media Audiences pp. 16-27 Downloads
Alfonso Vara-Miguel
Business Model Innovation in News Media: Fostering New Relationships to Stimulate Support from Readers pp. 28-39 Downloads
Giuliander Carpes da Silva and Gabriela Gruszynski Sanseverino
The Enduring Popularity of Legacy Journalism: An Analysis of Online Audience Data pp. 40-50 Downloads
Jacob L. Nelson
Why Do Digital Native News Media Fail? An Investigation of Failure in the Early Start-Up Phase pp. 51-61 Downloads
Christopher Buschow
Data Journalism as a Service: Digital Native Data Journalism Expertise and Product Development pp. 62-72 Downloads
Ester Appelgren and Carl-Gustav Lindén
Journalism Expands in Spite of the Crisis: Digital-Native News Media in Spain pp. 73-85 Downloads
Samuel Negredo, María-Pilar Martínez-Costa, James Breiner and Ramón Salaverría
Behind the Comments Section: The Ethics of Digital Native News Discussions pp. 86-97 Downloads
Orge Castellano Parra, Koldobika Meso Ayerdi and Simón Peña Fernández
Media Roles in the Online News Domain: Authorities and Emergent Audience Brokers pp. 98-111 Downloads
Sílvia Majó-Vázquez, Ana S. Cardenal, Oleguer Segarra and Pol Colomer de Simón
Between Self-Regulation and Participatory Monitoring: Comparing Digital News Media Accountability Practices in Spain pp. 112-123 Downloads
Pedro-Luis Pérez-Díaz, Rocío Zamora Medina and Enrique Arroyas Langa
Managing Social Networks in Online-Native Newsrooms: When Less Means More pp. 124-134 Downloads
Antonio Mendez, Bella Palomo and Agustin Rivera
Information Quality in Latin American Digital Native Media: Analysis Based on Structured Dimensions and Indicators pp. 135-145 Downloads
Claudia Rodríguez-Hidalgo, Diana Rivera-Rogel and Luis M. Romero-Rodríguez
Native Media and Business Models: Comparative Study of 14 Successful Experiences in Latin America pp. 146-158 Downloads
Santiago Tejedor, Augusto Ventín, Laura Cervi, Cristina Pulido and Fernanda Tusa
The Emergence of Native Podcasts in Journalism: Editorial Strategies and Business Opportunities in Latin America pp. 159-170 Downloads
José Luis Rojas-Torrijos, Francisco Javier Caro-González and José Antonio González-Alba
Youth Digital Participation: Now More than Ever pp. 171-174 Downloads
Neta Kligler-Vilenchik and Ioana Literat
Protecting Youths’ Wellbeing Online: Studying the Associations between Opportunities, Risks, and Resilience pp. 175-184 Downloads
Joyce Vissenberg and Leen d'Haenens
Generation Z and Organizational Listening on Social Media pp. 185-196 Downloads
Hanna Reinikainen, Jaana T. Kari and Vilma Luoma-aho
Following Politicians on Social Media: Effects for Political Information, Peer Communication, and Youth Engagement pp. 197-207 Downloads
Franziska Marquart, Jakob Ohme and Judith Möller
“School Strike 4 Climate”: Social Media and the International Youth Protest on Climate Change pp. 208-218 Downloads
Shelley Boulianne, Mireille Lalancette and David Ilkiw
Digital Participation and Risk Contexts in Journalism Education pp. 219-231 Downloads
Mark Dzula, Sydney Wuu, Janitza Luna, Amelie Cook and Summer Chen
The Politics of Privacy—A Useful Tautology pp. 232-236 Downloads
Johanna E. Möller, Jakub Nowak, Sigrid Kannengießer and Judith E. Möller
Localizing the Politics of Privacy in Communication and Media Research pp. 237-247 Downloads
Johanna E. Möller and Leyla Dogruel
Beyond Moral Coupling: Analysing Politics of Privacy in the Era of Surveillance pp. 248-257 Downloads
Heikki Heikkilä
How Online Privacy Literacy Supports Self-Data Protection and Self-Determination in the Age of Information pp. 258-269 Downloads
Philipp K. Masur
Staying at the Edge of Privacy: Edge Computing and Impersonal Extraction pp. 270-279 Downloads
Luke Munn
Reflections upon the Privacy in the Converged Commercial Radio: A Case Study of Royal Prank pp. 280-290 Downloads
Grażyna Stachyra
The Shorter the Better? Effects of Privacy Policy Length on Online Privacy Decision-Making pp. 291-301 Downloads
Yannic Meier, Johanna Schäwel and Nicole C. Krämer
Polish Privacy Media Discourse: Privacy as Imposed Policies pp. 302-313 Downloads
Łukasz Wojtkowski, Barbara Brodzińska-Mirowska and Aleksandra Seklecka
Data Subjects vs. People’s Data: Competing Discourses of Privacy and Power in Modern Russia pp. 314-322 Downloads
Tetyana Lokot
Digital Mis/Disinformation and Public Engagement with Health and Science Controversies: Fresh Perspectives from Covid-19 pp. 323-328 Downloads
An Nguyen and Daniel Catalan-Matamoros
Pro-Science, Anti-Science and Neutral Science in Online Videos on Climate Change, Vaccines and Nanotechnology pp. 329-338 Downloads
M. Carmen Erviti, Mónica Codina and Bienvenido León
Vaccine Assemblages on Three HPV Vaccine-Critical Facebook Pages in Denmark from 2012 to 2019 pp. 339-352 Downloads
Torben E. Agergaard, Màiri E. Smith and Kristian H. Nielsen
Memes of Gandhi and Mercury in Anti-Vaccination Discourse pp. 353-363 Downloads
Jan Buts
The Visual Vaccine Debate on Twitter: A Social Network Analysis pp. 364-375 Downloads
Elena Milani, Emma Weitkamp and Peter Webb
Rezo and German Climate Change Policy: The Influence of Networked Expertise on YouTube and Beyond pp. 376-386 Downloads
Joachim Allgaier
Third-Person Perceptions and Calls for Censorship of Flat Earth Videos on YouTube pp. 387-400 Downloads
Asheley R. Landrum and Alex Olshansky
Does Scientific Uncertainty in News Articles Affect Readers’ Trust and Decision-Making? pp. 401-412 Downloads
Friederike Hendriks and Regina Jucks
Health and Scientific Frames in Online Communication of Tick-Borne Encephalitis: Antecedents of Frame Recognition pp. 413-424 Downloads
Sarah Kohler and Isabell Koinig
“On Social Media Science Seems to Be More Human”: Exploring Researchers as Digital Science Communicators pp. 425-439 Downloads
Kaisu Koivumäki, Timo Koivumäki and Erkki Karvonen
Africa and the Covid-19 Information Framing Crisis pp. 440-443 Downloads
George Ogola
Covid-19 Misinformation and the Social (Media) Amplification of Risk: A Vietnamese Perspective pp. 444-447 Downloads
Hoa Nguyen and An Nguyen
“Cultural Exceptionalism” in the Global Exchange of (Mis)Information around Japan’s Responses to Covid-19 pp. 448-451 Downloads
Jamie Matthews
How China’s State Actors Create a “Us vs US” World during Covid-19 Pandemic on Social Media pp. 452-457 Downloads
Xin Zhao
Spreading (Dis)Trust: Covid-19 Misinformation and Government Intervention in Italy pp. 458-461 Downloads
Alessandro Lovari
Coronavirus in Spain: Fear of ‘Official’ Fake News Boosts WhatsApp and Alternative Sources pp. 462-466 Downloads
Carlos Elías and Daniel Catalan-Matamoros
German Media and Coronavirus: Exceptional Communication—Or Just a Catalyst for Existing Tendencies? pp. 467-470 Downloads
Holger Wormer
Science Journalism and Pandemic Uncertainty pp. 471-474 Downloads
Sharon Dunwoody
Empowering Users to Respond to Misinformation about Covid-19 pp. 475-479 Downloads
Emily K. Vraga, Melissa Tully and Leticia Bode

Volume 8, issue 1, 2020

Introduction: Rethinking Safety of Journalists pp. 1-4 Downloads
Kristin Skare Orgeret and William Tayeebwa
Democracy at Stake: Self-Censorship as a Self-Defence Strategy for Journalists pp. 5-14 Downloads
Gerald Walulya and Goretti L. Nassanga
Constructing Silence: Processes of Journalistic (Self-)Censorship during Memoranda in Greece, Cyprus, and Spain pp. 15-26 Downloads
Sofia Iordanidou, Emmanouil Takas, Leonidas Vatikiotis and Pedro García
Re-Conceptualizing Safety of Journalists in Bangladesh pp. 27-36 Downloads
Mubashar Hasan and Mushfique Wadud
Reporting in Conflict Zones in Pakistan: Risks and Challenges for Fixers pp. 37-46 Downloads
Kiyya Baloch and Kenneth Andresen
Female Journalists’ Experience of Online Harassment: A Case Study of Nepal pp. 47-56 Downloads
Samiksha Koirala
#MeToo, Sexual Harassment and Coping Strategies in Norwegian Newsrooms pp. 57-67 Downloads
Trond Idås, Kristin Skare Orgeret and Klas Backholm
Reconsidering Journalist Safety Training pp. 68-77 Downloads
Marte Høiby and Mariateresa Garrido V.
New Opportunities in Monitoring Safety of Journalists through the UN’s 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda pp. 78-88 Downloads
Guy Berger
Strengthening the Monitoring of Violations against Journalists through an Events-Based Methodology pp. 89-100 Downloads
Jackie Harrison, Diana Maynard and Sara Torsner
Between Evidence and Emotions: Emotional Appeals in Science Communication pp. 101-106 Downloads
Monika Taddicken and Anne Reif
What Do You Expect? Linguistic Reflections on Empathy in Science Communication pp. 107-117 Downloads
Nina Janich
Cold Science Meets Hot Weather: Environmental Threats, Emotional Messages and Scientific Storytelling pp. 118-128 Downloads
Rolf Lidskog, Monika Berg, Karin M. Gustafsson and Erik Löfmarck
Investigating Ethos and Pathos in Scientific Truth Claims in Public Discourse pp. 129-140 Downloads
Niklas Simon
Emotionalization in the Media Coverage of Honey Bee Colony Losses pp. 141-150 Downloads
Brigitte Huber and Ingrid Aichberger
The Emotional Effects of Science Narratives: A Theoretical Framework pp. 151-163 Downloads
Helena Bilandzic, Susanne Kinnebrock and Magdalena Klingler
Feeling Left Out: Underserved Audiences in Science Communication pp. 164-176 Downloads
Christian Humm, Philipp Schrögel and Annette Leßmöllmann
Science Slams as Edutainment: A Reception Study pp. 177-190 Downloads
Philipp Niemann, Laura Bittner, Philipp Schrögel and Christiane Hauser
Why Are Scientific Experts Perceived as Trustworthy? Emotional Assessment within TV and YouTube Videos pp. 191-205 Downloads
Anne Reif, Tim Kneisel, Markus Schäfer and Monika Taddicken
‘Fake News’ in Science Communication: Emotions and Strategies of Coping with Dissonance Online pp. 206-217 Downloads
Monika Taddicken and Laura Wolff
What Remains in Mind? Effectiveness and Efficiency of Explainers at Conveying Information pp. 218-231 Downloads
Pascal Schneiders
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