The European Journal of Communication Research
Ed. by Averbeck-Lietz, Stefanie / d'Haenens, Leen
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- News factors and news decisions. Theoretical and methodological advances in Germany by Eilders, Christiane
- Measuring media and information literacy skills: Construction of a test by Costa, Patrícia/ Lopes, Paula/ Araujo, Luisa and Ávila, Patrícia
- Exploring the link between reading fiction and empathy: Ruling out individual differences and examining outcomes by Mar, Raymond A./ Oatley, Keith and Peterson, Jordan B.
- Kommunikation mit Kleidung by Hoffmann, Hans.-J.
- Dealing with feelings: Positive and negative discrete emotions as mediators of news framing effects by Lecheler, Sophie/ Schuck, Andreas R. T. and de Vreese, Claes H.
- Hegemony, Power, Media: Foucault and Cultural Studies by McCoy, Thomas S.
- Mediatization theory and digital media by Finnemann, Niels Ole
- Media repertoires as a result of selective media use. A conceptual approach to the analysis of patterns of exposure by Hasebrink, Uwe and Popp, Jutta
- Critical media literacy through making media: A key to participation for young migrants? by Leurs, Koen/ Omerović, Ena/ Bruinenberg, Hemmo and Sprenger, Sanne
- Enjoyment of films as a function of narrative experience, perceived realism and transportability by Bilandzic, Helena and Busselle, Rick W.
- The effects of verbal and nonverbal elements in persuasive communication: Findings from two multi-method experiments by Jackob, Nikolaus/ Roessing, Thomas and Petersen, Thomas
- Predicting news decisions. An empirical test of the two-component theory of news selection by Kepplinger, Hans Mathias and Ehmig, Simone Christine
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- Identification with characters and narrative persuasion through fictional feature films by Igartua, Juan-José
- The effects of brand placement disclosures on skepticism and brand memory by van Reijmersdal, Eva A./ Tutaj, Karolina and Boerman, Sophie C.
- Frames, schemata, and news reporting by Scheufele, Bertram
- Young people’s news orientations and uses of traditional and new media for news by Van Cauwenberge, Anna/ d’Haenens, Leen and Beentjes, Hans
- Media coverage of right-wing populist leaders by Bos, Linda/ van der Brug, Wouter and de Vreese, Claes
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- Public television and anti-immigrant sentiments in Europe. A multilevel analysis of patterns in television consumption
- Hindman, M. (2018). The internet trap: How the digital economy builds monopolies and undermines democracy. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press. 240 pp.
- The effects of user comments on hedonic and eudaimonic entertainment experiences when watching online videos
- The Berlin International Film Festival: A powerful springboard and gatekeeping mechanism for domestic filmmaking
- The emergence of the hybrid older reader: A cross-national study
- Exploring film genre preferences through taste cultures: A survey on contemporary film consumption amongst youth in Flanders (Belgium)
- Pathways to political (dis-)engagement: motivations behind social media use and the role of incidental and intentional exposure modes in adolescents’ political engagement
- Gender role portrayals in television advertisements: Do channel characteristics matter?
- The meanings of sharing: On Facebook sharing strategies among Polish migrants in Germany and the UK
- Southwell, B. G., Thorson, E. A., & Sheble, L. (eds.) (2018). Misinformation and mass audiences. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press. 307 pp.
- The effects of likes on public opinion perception and personal opinion
- Dan, V. (2018). Integrative framing analysis: Framing health through words and visuals. New York, NY: Routledge. 170 pp.
- Why perceived political bias on TV does not inevitably lead to a polarized audience. The case of NRK and TV2 in Norway
- Understanding appreciation among German, Italian and Spanish teenagers
- The role of media within young people’s socialization: A theoretical approach
- Political TV interviews in Austria 1981–2016 – Structures and strategies through times of substantial change in media and politics
- The effects of metaphorical frames on attitudes: The Euro crisis as war or disease?
- Cultural differences in motivation for consumers’ online brand-related activities on Facebook
- Context matters: Professionalization of campaign posters from Adenauer to Merkel
- Personalization 2.0? – Testing the personalization hypothesis in citizens’, journalists’, and politicians’ campaign Twitter communication
Dan, V. (2018). Integrative framing analysis: Framing health through words and visuals. New York, NY: Routledge. 170 pp.
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