Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media

(The TQCC of Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
How Do AI-driven Chatbots Impact User Experience? Examining Gratifications, Perceived Privacy Risk, Satisfaction, Loyalty, and Continued Use129
User Perceptions of Algorithmic Decisions in the Personalized AI System:Perceptual Evaluation of Fairness, Accountability, Transparency, and Explainability125
Do High-Choice Media Environments Facilitate News Avoidance? A Longitudinal Study 1997–201657
“I Am Here to Assist You Today”: The Role of Entity, Interactivity and Experiential Perceptions in Chatbot Persuasion43
The German Far-right on YouTube: An Analysis of User Overlap and User Comments34
In Platforms We Trust?Unlocking the Black-Box of News Algorithms through Interpretable AI32
What Motivates People to Correct Misinformation? Examining the Effects of Third-person Perceptions and Perceived Norms25
Like, Comment, or Share? Exploring the Effects of Local Television News Facebook Posts on News Engagement18
Disinformation Sharing Thrives with Fear of Missing Out among Low Cognitive News Users: A Cross-national Examination of Intentional Sharing of Deep Fakes18
Social Media as a Civic Mobilizer: Community Storytelling Network, Social Media, and Civic Engagement in South Korea17
Predictors of International News Flow: Exploring a Networked Global Media System15
Police Violence and Protests: Digital Media Maintenance of Racism, Protest Repression, and the Status Quo15
Gendered Esports: Predicting Why Men and Women Play and Watch Esports Games14
Using Machine Learning to Learn Machines: A Cross-Cultural Study of Users’ Responses to Machine-Generated Artworks14
Are Consumers Put off by Retargeted Ads on Social Media? Evidence for Perceptions of Marketing Surveillance and Decreased Ad Effectiveness13
Chinese Adolescents’ Academic Stress and Smartphone Addiction: A Moderated-Mediation Model12
Multitasking and Work-Life Balance: Explicating Multitasking When Working from Home11
Online News Sharing in the Face of Mixed Audiences: Context Collapse, Homophily, and Types of Social Media11
More than Just a Laughing Matter: A Coding Framework of Humor in Media Entertainment for Tweens and Teens11
Do Morals Featured in Media Content Correspond with Moral Intuitions in Media Users?: A Test of the MIME in Two Cultures11
Cross-cutting and Like-minded Discussion on Social Media: The Moderating Role of Issue Importance in the (De)mobilizing Effect of Political Discussion on Political Participation10
Awareness, Reporting, and Branding: Exploring Influences on Brazilian Journalists’ Social Media Use across Platforms10
A Year like No Other: A Call to Curb the Infodemic and Depoliticize a Pandemic Crisis9
How Interactive Storytelling Persuades: The Mediating Role of Website Contingency and Narrative Transportation9
How Does She Do It? An Experimental Study of the Pro- and Anti-social Effects of Watching Superhero Content among Late Adolescents9
“Live” Together with You: Livestream Views Mitigate the Effects of Loneliness on Well-being8
Social Support and Connective Affordances: Examining Responses to Early Covid-19 Patient Support Seeking on Microblogs8
The Nudging Effect of Accuracy Alerts for Combating the Diffusion of Misinformation: Algorithmic News Sources, Trust in Algorithms, and Users’ Discernment of Fake News8
Social Use of Fitness Apps and Physical Activity Knowledge: The Roles of Information Elaboration and Interpersonal Communication8
Should I Click the “Like” Button For My Colleague? Domesticating Social Media Affordance in the Workplace8
The Emergent Masculinities and Gendered Frustrations of Male Live-Streamers in China8
Testing the Effect of Cross-cutting Exposure to Cable TV News on Affective Polarization: Evidence from the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election8
The Affective Algorithms of Conspiracy TikTok8
The Evolution and Power of Online Consumer Activism: Illustrating the Hybrid Dynamics of “Consumer Video Activism” in China through Two Case Studies7
Going Beyond Just Watching: The Fan Adoption Process of Virtual Reality Spectatorship6
Spirals of Speaking Out? Effects of the “Suppressed Voice Rhetoric” on Audiences’ Willingness to Express Their Opinion5
The Search for Pleasure and Meaning on TV, Captured In-App: Eudaimonia and Hedonism Effects on TV Consumption as Self-Reported via Mobile App5
Does a Speaker’s (In)formal Role in News Media Shape Perceptions of Political Incivility?5
Generation Stream: The Audiovisual Repertoire of Teenagers5
Interactive Data Visualization Enhances Preventive Intentions in COVID-19 News Stories: The Mediating Role of Fear and the Moderating Role of Political Orientation5
How Parasocial Phenomena Contribute to Sense of Community on Twitch4
The Impact of Behavioral Topic on Psychological Reactance: Arousal and Freedom Restoration4
Discourse of Gaming: A Conceptual Framework of Gaming as an Interpretive Community4
The Recreation of Gender Stereotypes in Male Cross-Dressing Performances on Douyin4
How Partisan Cable News Mobilizes Viewers: Partisan Media, Discussion Networks and Political Participation4
Fear of COVID-19 Opinion Expression: Digitally Mediated Spirals of Silence and the Situational Theory of Problem Solving4
Thinking about the Past? Examining the Effects of Temporal Comparisons and Reminiscing on Cognitive Processing of Music and Radio Advertisements4
Animation in Environmental Journalism: Effects on News Perception and Information Seeking4
Comments vs. One-Click Reactions: Seeking and Perceiving Social Support on Social Network Sites4
Audiences as Agents of Collective Memory – Implications for Press Criticism and Journalism Boundaries3
The Emergence of Surveillance Culture: The Relationships between Facebook Privacy Management, Online Government Surveillance, and Online Political Expression3
Trust in Online Search Results During Uncertain Times3
Frame Repertoires at the Genre Level: An Automated Content Analysis of Character, Emotional, and Moral Framing in Satirical and Regular News3
Playing to Save Sisters: How Female Gaming Communities Foster Social Support within Different Cultural Contexts3
Learning Politics through Entertainment: Exploring the Effects of Biographical Films on Political Learning and Attitude Toward Female Politicians3
Cognitive Preoccupation with Breaking News and Compulsive Social Media Use: Relationships with Online Engagement and Motivations for Use3
Let’s Talk about Regulation: The Influence of the Revolving Door and Partisanship on FCC Regulatory Discourses3
Examining the Motivations of Walt Disney Heroes and Villains and Their Association with Audience Appeal and Future Film Production3
Restrictive and Corrective Responses to Uncivil User Comments on News Websites: The Influence of Presumed Influence3
The Character Engagement and Moral Adjustment Model (CEMAM): A Synthesis of More than Six Decades of Research3
Understanding the Adoption and Usage Behaviors of Popular and Emerging Metaverse Platforms: A Study Based on the Extended Technology Acceptance Model3
The Evolving Communicative Value of Popular Music: Music Is Interpersonal Communication in the Age of Digital Media3
Personalization, Echo Chambers, News Literacy, and Algorithmic Literacy: A Qualitative Study of AI-Powered News App Users3
Priming Privacy: The Effect of Privacy News Consumption on Privacy Attitudes, Beliefs, and Knowledge3
Not Another Teen Show: Exploring the Impact of Sexual Scripts in Sexually Oriented Teenage Television on Adolescent Girls’ Romantic Relationship and Sexual Expectations3
Algorithmic Inoculation Against Misinformation: How to Build Cognitive Immunity Against Misinformation3
Integrating Interpersonal Communication into the Influence of Presumed Media Influence Model: Understanding Intentions to Censor and Correct COVID-19 Misinformation on Social Media3
Sexism and Male Self-Cognitive Crisis: Sentiment and Discourse Analysis of an Internet Event3