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• Gender role portrayals in television advertisements: Do channel characteristics matter?
• Pathways to political (dis-)engagement: motivations behind social media use and the role of incidental and intentional exposure modes in adolescents’ political engagement
• The meanings of sharing: On Facebook sharing strategies among Polish migrants in Germany and the UK
• Frandsen, F., & Johansen, W. (2017). Organizational crisis communication: A multivocal approach. London: Sage. 280 pp.
• Genres matter: Video games as predictors of physical aggression among adolescents
• Carlsson, U., & Pöyhtäri, R. (Eds.) (2017). The assault on journalism. Building knowledge to protect freedom of expression. Göteborg: Nordicom. 378 pp.
• Editorial 2019
• Zienkowski, J. (2017). Articulations of self and politics in activist discourse: A discourse analysis of critical subjectivities in minority debates. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan/Springer Nature. xix + 451pp.
• Media frames and public perceptions of global poverty in the UK: Is there a link?
• Lying press: Three levels of perceived media bias and their relationship with political preferences
• Emotional woman – rational man? Gender stereotypical emotional expressivity of German politicians in news broadcasts
• Still marginalized: Gender inequalities in the largest Polish daily’s sports coverage
• Southwell, B. G., Thorson, E. A., & Sheble, L. (eds.) (2018).
Misinformation and mass audiences. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.
• Why perceived political bias on TV does not inevitably lead to a polarized audience. The case of NRK and TV2 in Norway
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