Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies 9.2 is out now

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Intellect is thrilled to announce that Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies 9.2 is out now! 

 

Special Issue: ‘Citizens, Politicians and Social Media’

 

For more information about the journal and issue, click here >> https://www.intellectbooks.com/journal-of-applied-journalism-media-studies

 

Aims & Scopes

 

The Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies is a peer-reviewed journal that aims to bridge the gap between media and communication research and actors within media production, i.e. broadcasters, newspapers, radio, Internet-based media outlets, etc. It is devoted to research with an applied angle in which a clear link is made between the prevalent theories and paradigms media and communication scholars work with, and the real world where media and communication activities take place.

 

Issue 9.2

 

Introduction

 

Politicians and political parties’ use of social media in-between elections

TODD GRAHAM AND JULIA SCHWANHOLZ

 

Articles

 

Who are professional politicians talking to? The making of Members of the European Parliament’s audiences on Twitter and Facebook

SANDRINE ROGINSKY

 

Facebook as a ‘trusted space of everyday communication’: Parties, citizens and direct representation

ANDERS OLOF LARSSON

 

Broadcasting achievements: Social media practices of Swedish parties in-between elections through the lens of direct representation 

JAKOB SVENSSON, UTA RUSSMANN AND ANDAÇ BARAN CEZAYIRLIOĞLU

 

Beyond normalization and equalization on Twitter: Politicians’ Twitter use during non-election times and influences of media attention

ADRIAN RAUCHFLEISCH AND JULIA METAG

 

She belongs in the kitchen, not in Congress? Political engagement and sexism on Twitter

REBEKAH TROMBLE AND KARIN KOOLE

 

Dysfunctional democracy vs. direct representation

STEPHEN COLEMAN