La revue “Communications – The European Journal of communication research” publie son Volume 46 Issue 4.
- Is YouTube being used to its full potential? Proposal for an indicator of interactivity for the top YouTuber content in Spanish
Victoria Tur-Viñes, María-José González-Río
Page range 469-491
- Neighborhood hotspot and community awareness: The double role of social network sites in local communities
Jonas De Meulenaere, Bastiaan Baccarne, Cédric Courtois, Koen Ponnet
Page range 492-515
- The role of sex and gender in search behavior for political information on the internet
Sabrina Heike Kessler, Klara Langmann
Page range 516-539
- Whose media are hostile? The spillover effect of interpersonal discussions on media bias perceptions (Open Access)
Laia Castro, David Nicolas Hopmann, Lilach Nir
Page range 540-563
- Negativity about Europe: Does it propel parties’ media visibility?
Beatrice Eugster, Silke Adam, Severin Jansen, Michaela Maier
Page range 564-587
- Communicating about Alzheimer’s disease: Designing and testing a campaign using a framing approach
Fátima Cuadrado, Adoración Antolí, Juan A. Moriana, Julia Vacas
Page range 588-607
- Nikunen, K. (2019). Media solidarities. Emotions, power and justice in the digital age. London: Sage. 208 pp.
Page range 608-610
- van Dijk, J. (2020). The digital divide. Cambridge/Medford: Polity. 208 pp.
Page range 611-612
- Leaver, T., Highfield, T., & Abidin, C. (2020). Instagram: Visual social media cultures. Cambridge: Polity Press. 264 pp.
Page range 613-615
Présentation de la revue
- Editors: Stefanie Averbeck-Lietz-Lietz & Leen d’Haenens
- Associate Editors: Philippe J. Maarek, Tristan Mattelart, Hillel Nossek, Christian Pentzold, Cristina Ponte
- Book Review Editors: Olivier Driessens, Stijn Joye, Heidi Vandebosch
- Editorial Management: Viviane Harkort
Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research is an established forum for scholarship and academic debate in the field of communication science and research from a European perspective. Communication science is concerned with the investigation of the structure and function of communication processes and their impact on society, social groups and individuals. Communications highlights the concerns of this discipline through the publication of articles, research reports, review essays and book reviews on theoretical and methodological developments considered from a European perspective. The journal encompasses the entire field of communication science as its domain of interest. The contributions published in the journal cover a wide range of subfields in communication science.
- Communication reseach
- Structure and function of communication
- Impact on society, social groups and individuals
- Interpersonal communication
- Intercultural communication
- Mass communication
- Communication theory
- Philosophy of communication
- Media history
- Media development and communication technology