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Subject:

Issue Published: Multidisciplinary Studies in Media and Communication

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Media and Communication <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 11 Jul 2017 11:12:26 +0100

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apologies for cross-posting

Dear colleagues,

Media and Communication, the open access journal indexed in Scopus (2016 
CiteScore of 0.64) has released a multidisciplinary issue that is fully 
open access: all articles are free for you and others to read, download, 
and share.

Multidisciplinary Studies in Media and Communication
Edited by Epp Lauk (University of Jyväskylä, Finland), Raul Reis 
(Emerson College, USA), Mark Cocks (University of Wales Trinity Saint 
David, UK) and Michelle Bogre (The New School, USA)

Complete issue: 
http://www.cogitatiopress.com/mediaandcommunication/issue/view/61

Table of Contents:
- The Finns Party: Euroscepticism, Euro Crisis, Populism and the Media
- The New Visual Testimonial: Narrative, Authenticity, and Subjectivity 
in Emerging Commercial Photographic Practice
- The Market Value of Who We Are: The Flow of Personal Data and Its 
Regulation in China
- Under the Influence: Advertisers’ Impact on the Content of Swiss Free 
Newspapers
- Subjective Evaluation of Media Content as a Moderator of Media Effects 
on European Identity: Mere Exposure and the Hostile Media Phenomenon
- Political Participation and Power Relations in Egypt: The Scope of 
Newspapers and Social Network Sites
- A Historical Analysis of Media Practices and Technologies in Protest 
Movements: A Review of Crisis and Critique by Anne Kaun
- Crises, Rumours and Reposts: Journalists’ Social Media Content 
Gathering and Verification Practices in Breaking News Situations
- Reinvention of Publishers’ Revenue Model—Expectations of Advertisers 
towards Publishers’ Products
- Welcome to the Era of Fake News

Best regards,

Rodrigo Gomes
Media and Communication
Cogitatio Press
1070-129 Lisbon, Portugal
www.cogitatiopress.com/mediaandcommunication

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