- Tanja Aitamurto:
Normative paradoxes in 360° journalism: Contested accuracy and objectivity.
- Joseph Macey, Juho Hamari:
eSports, skins and loot boxes: Participants, practices and problematic behaviour associated with emergent forms of gambling.
- Gili Vidan, Vili Lehdonvirta:
Mine the gap: Bitcoin and the maintenance of trustlessness.
- Bryce Clayton Newell:
Context, visibility, and control: Police work and the contested objectivity of bystander video.
- Florian Sprenger:
The network is not the territory: On capturing mobile media.
- Diana Rieger, Christoph Klimmt:
The daily dose of digital inspiration: A multi-method exploration of meaningful communication in social media.
- Brooke Erin Duffy, Ngai Keung Chan:
"You never really know who's looking": Imagined surveillance across social media platforms.
- Christian Pentzold, Cornelia Brantner, Lena Fölsche:
Imagining big data: Illustrations of "big data" in US news articles, 2010-2016.
- Michael Sülflow, Svenja Schäfer, Stephan Winter:
Selective attention in the news feed: An eye-tracking study on the perception and selection of political news posts on Facebook.
- Dhiraj Murthy, Sanjay Sharma:
Visualizing YouTube's comment space: online hostility as a networked phenomena.
- Michael Saker, Jordan Frith:
From hybrid space to dislocated space: Mobile virtual reality and a third stage of mobile media theory.
- Liesel L. Sharabi, John P. Caughlin:
Deception in online dating: Significance and implications for the first offline date.
- Yanqin Lu, Jae Kook Lee:
Stumbling upon the other side: Incidental learning of counter-attitudinal political information on Facebook.
- Emily Sidnam-Mauch:
Counting the costs and projecting the future of numbering technologies.
- Jonathan Cohn:
Book Review: We Are Data: Algorithms and the Making of Our Digital Selves.
- Joshua Synenko:
Book review: Digital memory studies: Media pasts in transition.
- Markus Ojala, Mervi Pantti, Salla-Maaria Laaksonen:
Networked publics as agents of accountability: Online interactions between citizens, the media and immigration officials during the European refugee crisis.
- Emma A. Bäck, Hanna Bäck, Annika Fredén, Nils Gustafsson:
A social safety net? Rejection sensitivity and political opinion sharing among young people in social media.
- Michael A. Stefanone, Zhiying Yue, Zena Toh:
A social cognitive approach to traditional media content and social media use: Selfie-related behavior as competitive strategy.
- Mar Guerrero-Pico, Maria-Jose Masanet, Carlos Alberto Scolari:
Toward a typology of young produsers: Teenagers' transmedia skills, media production, and narrative and aesthetic appreciation.
- Alexander Jam Van Deursen, Jan Agm van Dijk:
The first-level digital divide shifts from inequalities in physical access to inequalities in material access.
- Jessica Baldwin-Philippi:
The technological performance of populism.
- Marcelo Alves dos Santos Jr, Diógenes Lycarião, Jakson Alves de Aquino:
The virtuous cycle of news sharing on Facebook: Effects of platform affordances and journalistic routines on news sharing.
- Luci Pangrazio, Neil Selwyn:
'Personal data literacies': A critical literacies approach to enhancing understandings of personal digital data.
- Cuihua Shen, Mona Kasra, Wenjing Pan, Grace A. Bassett, Yining Malloch, James F. O'Brien:
Fake images: The effects of source, intermediary, and digital media literacy on contextual assessment of image credibility online.
- Dennis Rosenberg:
Use of e-government services in a deeply divided society: A test and an extension of the social inequality hypotheses.
- Hernan Galperin, Malena Arcidiacono:
Learning from or leaning on? The impact of children on Internet use by adults.
- David Myles:
'Anne goes rogue for abortion rights!': Hashtag feminism and the polyphonic nature of activist discourse.
- Molly Sauter:
- Alan MacLeod:
Book review: Kill all normies: Online culture wars from 4chan and Tumblr to Trump and the alt-right.
- Martin J. Riedl:
Book review: Custodians of the Internet: Platforms, Content Moderation, and the Hidden Decisions that Shape Social Media.
- Leslie M. Meier, Vincent Manzerolle:
Rising tides? Data capture, platform accumulation, and new monopolies in the digital music economy.
- Sebastian Scherr, Mario Haim, Florian Arendt:
Equal access to online information? Google's suicide-prevention disparities may amplify a global digital divide.
- Antonis Kalogeropoulos, Richard Fletcher, Rasmus Kleis Nielsen:
News brand attribution in distributed environments: Do people know where they get their news?
- Elizabeth Stoycheff, Juan Liu, Kai Xu, Kunto Adi Wibowo:
Privacy and the Panopticon: Online mass surveillance's deterrence and chilling effects.
- Xerxes Minocher:
Online consumer activism: Challenging companies with Change.org.
- Karina Rider, David Murakami Wood:
Condemned to connection? Network communitarianism in Mark Zuckerberg's "Facebook Manifesto".
- Sindy R. Sumter, Laura Vandenbosch:
Dating gone mobile: Demographic and personality-based correlates of using smartphone-based dating applications among emerging adults.
- Jeffrey A. Hall, Rebecca M. Johnson, Elaina M. Ross:
Where does the time go? An experimental test of what social media displaces and displaced activities' associations with affective well-being and quality of day.
- Luke J. Heemsbergen:
Killing secrets from Panama to Paradise: Understanding the ICIJ through bifurcating communicative and political affordances.
- Simone Natale:
If software is narrative: Joseph Weizenbaum, artificial intelligence and the biographies of ELIZA.
- Noam Gal:
Ironic humor on social media as participatory boundary work.
- F. Elizabeth Gray, Kane Hopkins:
Transported: New Zealand non-profit organizations, digital platforms and the limitations of metaphor.
- Alecea Standlee:
Friendship and online filtering: The use of social media to construct offline social networks.
- Jacob Euteneuer:
Defining games, designing identity, and developing toxicity: Future trends in game studies.
- Evan Lybrand:
Digital Countercultures and the Struggle for Community.
- Jing Xian Yang:
K-pop Live: Fans, Idols, and Multimedia Performance.
- Liam Berriman, Giovanna Mascheroni:
Exploring the affordances of smart toys and connected play in practice.
- John Wihbey, Kenneth Joseph, David Lazer:
The social silos of journalism? Twitter, news media and partisan segregation.
- Logan Molyneux, Seth C. Lewis, Avery E. Holton:
Media work, identity, and the motivations that shape branding practices among journalists: An explanatory framework.
- Scott A. Eldridge II:
"Thank god for Deadspin": Interlopers, metajournalistic commentary, and fake news through the lens of "journalistic realization".
- Stephanie M. Ortiz:
The meanings of racist and sexist trash talk for men of color: A cultural sociological approach to studying gaming culture.
- Kelley Cotter:
Playing the visibility game: How digital influencers and algorithms negotiate influence on Instagram.
- Astrid Carolus, Jens F. Binder, Ricardo Muench, Catharina Schmidt, Florian Schneider, Sarah L. Buglass:
Smartphones as digital companions: Characterizing the relationship between users and their phones.
- Valentine Crosset, Samuel Tanner, Aurélie Campana:
Researching far right groups on Twitter: Methodological challenges 2.0.
- Andrew R. N. Ross, Delia Dumitrescu:
'Vox Twitterati': Investigating the effects of social media exemplars in online news articles.
- Matti Minkkinen:
Making the future by using the future: A study on influencing privacy protection rules through anticipatory storylines.
- Jette Kofoed, Elisabeth Staksrud:
'We always torment different people, so by definition, we are no bullies': The problem of definitions in cyberbullying research.
- Francesca Bolla Tripodi:
Radicalism, authoritarianism, and the role of new media.
- Kimberly Lynn Workman:
Book review: Reclaiming fair use: How to put balance back in copyright.
- Víctor Ávila Torres:
Book review: Streaming music: Practices, media, cultures.
- Eid Mohamed, Aziz Douai, Adel Iskandar:
Media, identity, and online communities in a changing Arab world.
- Mohamed Ben Moussa:
Rap it up, share it up: Identity politics of youth "social" movement in Moroccan online rap music.
- Saifuddin Ahmed, Jaeho Cho:
The Internet and political (in)equality in the Arab world: A multi-country study of the relationship between Internet news use, press freedom, and protest participation.
- Justin D. Martin, S. Shageaa Naqvi, Klaus Schoenbach:
Attribute substitution and stereotypes about the online Arab public sphere: Predictors of concerns about Internet surveillance in five Arab countries.
- Norah Abokhodair, Adam Hodges:
Toward a transnational model of social media privacy: How young Saudi transnationals do privacy on Facebook.
- Einar Thorsen, Chindu Sreedharan:
#EndMaleGuardianship: Women's rights, social media and the Arab public sphere.
- Evronia Azer, G. Harindranath, Yingqin Zheng:
Revisiting leadership in information and communication technology (ICT)-enabled activism: A study of Egypt's grassroots human rights groups.
- Cameron W. Piercy, Sun Kyong Lee:
A typology of job search sources: Exploring the changing nature of job search networks.
- Frederik Dhaenens, Jean Burgess:
'Press play for pride': The cultural logics of LGBTQ-themed playlists on Spotify.
- Tom Dobber, Damian Trilling, Natali Helberger, Claes H. de Vreese:
Spiraling downward: The reciprocal relation between attitude toward political behavioral targeting and privacy concerns.
- Sally M. Gainsbury, Matthew Browne, Matthew J. Rockloff:
Identifying risky Internet use: Associating negative online experience with specific online behaviours.
- Homero Gil de Zúñiga, Trevor Diehl:
News finds me perception and democracy: Effects on political knowledge, political interest, and voting.
- Judy Wajcman:
How Silicon Valley sets time.
- Kaitlynn Mendes, Jessalynn Keller, Jessica Ringrose:
Digitized narratives of sexual violence: Making sexual violence felt and known through digital disclosures.
- Scott J. Fatt, Jasmine Fardouly, Ronald M. Rapee:
#malefitspo: Links between viewing fitspiration posts, muscular-ideal internalisation, appearance comparisons, body satisfaction, and exercise motivation in men.
- Colin Koopman:
Information before information theory: The politics of data beyond the perspective of communication.
- Alex van der Zeeuw, Alexander Jam Van Deursen, Giedo Jansen:
Inequalities in the social use of the Internet of things: A capital and skills perspective.
- Urszula Pruchniewska:
"A group that's just women for women": Feminist affordances of private Facebook groups for professionals.
- Michael Wayne Kearney:
Analyzing change in network polarization.
- Nune Grigoryan:
It is not what we thought: New media and democracy.
- Stephanie J. Coopman:
Giving Voice: Mobile Communication, Disability, and Inequality.
- Thomas Conner:
- Joseph Seering, Tony Wang, Jina Yoon, Geoff Kaufman:
Moderator engagement and community development in the age of algorithms.
- Anne Mette Thorhauge, Andreas Gregersen:
Individual pastime or focused social interaction: Gendered gaming practices among Danish youth.
- Sabina Mihelj, Adrian Leguina, John Downey:
Culture is digital: Cultural participation, diversity and the digital divide.
- Felix Reer, Wai Yen Tang, Thorsten Quandt:
Psychosocial well-being and social media engagement: The mediating roles of social comparison orientation and fear of missing out.
- Simin Kargar, Adrian Rauchfleisch:
State-aligned trolling in Iran and the double-edged affordances of Instagram.
- Håkan Johansson, Gabriella Scaramuzzino:
The logics of digital advocacy: Between acts of political influence and presence.
- Rachel Cohen, Jasmine Fardouly, Toby Newton-John, Amy Slater:
#BoPo on Instagram: An experimental investigation of the effects of viewing body positive content on young women's mood and body image.
- Genia Kostka:
China's social credit systems and public opinion: Explaining high levels of approval.
- Jan Svelch:
Resisting the perpetual update: Struggles against protocological power in video games.
- Joanne Lloyd, Sally Frost, Ignas Kuliesius, Claire Jones:
Locus of control and involvement in videogaming.
- Jeffrey Layne Blevins, James Jaehoon Lee, Erin E. McCabe, Ezra Edgerton:
Tweeting for social justice in #Ferguson: Affective discourse in Twitter hashtags.
- Kenneth W. Moffett:
The presidency and social media: Discourse, disruption, and digital democracy in the 2016 presidential election.
- Paul Candon:
Twitter: Social communication in the Twitter era.
- Elaina Eakle:
Twitter and tear gas: The power and fragility of networked protest.
- Rachel Plotnick:
Dot-com design: The rise of a usable, social, commercial web.
- Lillian Boxman-Shabtai:
Social Media in Southeast Italy.
- Chao Chen, Yu Bai, Rui Wang:
Online political efficacy and political participation: A mediation analysis based on the evidence from Taiwan.
- Adrian Athique:
A great leap of faith: The cashless agenda in Digital India.
- Yan Wu, Matthew Wall:
The ties that bind: How the dominance of WeChat combines with guanxi to inhibit and constrain China's contentious politics.
- Kaylee Payne Kruzan, Andrea Stevenson Won:
Embodied well-being through two media technologies: Virtual reality and social media.
- Nicholas-Brie Guarriello:
Never give up, never surrender: Game live streaming, neoliberal work, and personalized media economies.
- Ana-Maria Bliuc, John M. Betts, Matteo Vergani, Muhammad Iqbal, Kevin Dunn:
Collective identity changes in far-right online communities: The role of offline intergroup conflict.
- Abdul Rohman:
Persistent connection and participation: New media use in post-peace movement Ambon, Indonesia.
- Elizabeth Edenberg, Meg Leta Jones:
Analyzing the legal roots and moral core of digital consent.
- Nora A. Draper, Joseph Turow:
The corporate cultivation of digital resignation.
- Brendan R. Watson, Zhao Peng, Seth C. Lewis:
Who will intervene to save news comments? Deviance and social control in communities of news commenters.
- Leopoldina Fortunati, Anna Maria Manganelli, Filippo Cavallo, Furio Honsell:
You need to show that you are not a robot.
- Lars Nyre:
IF ... THEN: Algorithmic power and politics.
- Josh Lauer:
Paid: Tales of Dongles, Checks, and Other Money Stuff.
- Barbara Ruth Burke:
The Internet and the 2016 presidential campaign.
- Caitlin Anderson:
The Rise of Nerd Politics: Digital Activism and Political Change.
- Logan Brown:
The Politics of Mass Digitization.
- Leah Scolere:
Brand yourself, design your future: Portfolio-building in the social media age.
- Tim Squirrell:
Platform dialectics: The relationships between volunteer moderators and end users on reddit.
- Kaylan C. Schwarz, Lisa Ann Richey:
Humanitarian humor, digilantism, and the dilemmas of representing volunteer tourism on social media.
- Michael Kaplan:
The digital potlatch: The uses of uselessness in the digital economy.
- Daniel Kreiss, Kirsten Adams:
Navigating the brogrammers and the boys' club: Women's representation and experiences in political technology.
- Ioana Literat, Neta Kligler-Vilenchik:
Youth collective political expression on social media: The role of affordances and memetic dimensions for voicing political views.
- Ike Picone, Jelena Kleut, Tereza Pavlícková, Bojana Romic, Jannie Møller Hartley, Sander de Ridder:
Small acts of engagement: Reconnecting productive audience practices with everyday agency.
- Elyse Graham:
Boundary maintenance and the origins of trolling.
- Ngai Keung Chan:
"Becoming an expert in driving for Uber": Uber driver/bloggers' performance of expertise and self-presentation on YouTube.
- Katie Warfield, Jamie Hoholuk, Blythe Vincent, Aline Dias Camargo:
Pics, Dicks, Tits, and Tats: negotiating ethics working with images of bodies in social media research.
- Jasmiina Olifirenko:
Digital Life on Instagram: New Social Communication of Photography.
- Idil Galip:
- Jack Booth:
Postphenomenology and media: Essays on human-media-world relations.
- Nathanael Bassett:
Disconnect: Facebook's affective bonds.
- Raphael Rosalen:
YouTube: Online video and participatory culture.
- Anique J. Scheerder, Alexander Jam Van Deursen, Jan Agm van Dijk:
Internet use in the home: Digital inequality from a domestication perspective.
- Cheryll Ruth Soriano, Hugh Davies, Larissa Hjorth:
Social surveillance and Let's Play: A regional case study of gaming in Manila slum communities.
- Annisa R. Beta:
Commerce, piety and politics: Indonesian young Muslim women's groups as religious influencers.