New International Journal of Communication out now

The International Journal of Communication has just published a new issue and a special section on digital citizenship and surveillance. The both include a bunch of intriguing articles for those interested in journalism. Take a look at these for example:

Masahiro Yamamoto, Seungahn Nah and Deborah Chung: U.S. Newspaper Editors’ Ratings of Social Media as Influential News Sources

Jing Wang: “Stir-Frying” Internet Finance: Financialization and the Institutional Role of Financial News in China

Sallie Hughes and Mireya Márquez-Ramírez: Examining the Practices That Mexican Journalists Employ to Reduce Risk in a Context of Violence

Markus Ojala, Mervi Pantti and Jarkko Kangas: Whose War, Whose Fault? Visual Framing of the Ukraine Conflict in Western European Newspapers

The issue and special section are available here.

Picture: Surveillance by Son of Groucho, licence: CC BY 2.0

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