Continuum-Journal of Media & Cultural Studies

(The TQCC of Continuum-Journal of Media & Cultural Studies is 2. 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.)
Memory, politics and emotions: internet memes and protests in Venezuela and Ukraine24
‘Swamped by Muslims’ and facing an ‘African gang’ problem: racialized and religious media representations in Australia19
Snapchat’s augmented reality brand culture: sponsored filters and lenses as digital piecework16
Drone cultures: encounters with everyday militarisms11
Metaphorical constructions of herding in news reports on Fulani Herdsmen10
Sex in the time of coronavirus: queer men negotiating biosexual citizenship during the COVID-19 pandemic10
Tracing cultural citizenship online10
Towards a queer affective economy of boys’ love in contemporary Chinese media10
Deepfake culture: the emergence of audio-video deception as an object of social anxiety and regulation9
Future fashion, biotechnology and the living world: microbial cell factories and forming new ‘oddkins’9
Vulnerability and the discourse of ‘forgotten people’: populism, population and cultural change9
The affective cultural commons of Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement and figurations of the anonymous protestor9
Producing local content in international waters: the case of Netflix’sTidelands9
Deepfakes and documentary practice in an age of misinformation8
Failure to thrive: incels, boys and feminism8
Dark web advertising: the dark magic system on Tor hidden service search engines7
Wardrobe stories: sustainability and the everyday aesthetics of fashion consumption6
The affective pressures of WhatsApp: from safe spaces to conspiratorial publics5
Re-inventing Confucian subjects: politics of subject-making inChinese dating with the parents5
The limits of the Maker ideology: local Makerspaces, experimental practices, and COVID-195
A politics of uncertainty: good white people, emotions & political responsibility5
Reluctant selfies: older people, social media sharing and digital inclusion5
Introduction: making a queer turn in contemporary Chinese-language media studies5
Caring for clothes: how and why people maintain garments in regular use5
North Korea and the ‘Peace Games’: media representations of sport and politics at the 2018 winter Olympics4
Intimate distractions: Fleabag’s manipulations of audience attention4
Feminist temporalities: memory, ghosts, and the collapse of time4
Coping with the ‘double bind’ through vlogging: pandemic digital citizenship of Chinese international students4
Great AI divides? Automated decision-making technologies and dreams of development4
Fashion futures and critical fashion studies4
The Little Nyonya: reframing confucian filiality and family rituals for a global Singapore4
Re-reading Personal Influence in an age of social media4
Bad actors never sleep: content manipulation on Reddit4
Immersive experiences as the condition of possibility for affective spacing4
Online images and imaginings of home: the case of the QwaQwa Thaba di Mahlwa Facebook page4
Out of thin air: emerging Muslim fashion entrepreneurs and the spectre of labour in Indonesia4
The cultural politics of East-West encounter in Crazy Rich Asians3
Divergent staging of East Asian patriarchy within the Confucian order in Taiwan’s transnational television drama co-productions3
‘Just like us’: community radio broadcasters and the on-air performance of community identity3
Dark, clear or brackish? Using Reddit to break down the binary of the dark and clear web3
The web series: empowering diversity on the Australian screen3
Live streaming funerals: constructing togetherness and belonging in the mediatization era3
‘Imagine what we could do’— the school strikes for climate and reclaiming citizen empowerment3
Queerness within Chineseness: nationalism and sexual morality on and off the competition show The Rap of China3
Chinese-language digital news media in Australia: new narratives of hybrid identities3
Rethinking value: ‘radical transparency’ in fashion3
“Lie Flat”– Chinese youth subculture in the context of the pandemic and national rejuvenation3
The darker turn of intimate machines: dark webs and (post)social media3
Resisting division: migrant sex work and “New Zealand working girls”3
Fakery as a process of negotiation: understanding the information assessment and sharing behaviours of the marginalized elderly on social media2
The Locality of Plastic Bodies: Korean Reality TV, Celebrity, and Bimaxillary Surgery2
Growing violence: the image of the boy in Australian domestic violence prevention campaigns2
‘We Are Here’: the politics of memory in narrating China’s queer feminist history2
Vampire nostalgia2
Layers as epistemic and political devices in mobile locative media; the case of iNakba in Israel/Palestine2
Contemporary flâneuses in late capitalism: the representation of urban space in two Hong Kong women artists’ works2
‘The race for space’: capitalism, the country and the city in Britain under COVID-192
Stranger Things: boys and feminism2
Shedding light on ‘dark’ ads2
Migrant placemaking and authorship: digital storytelling by Chinese interprovincial students2
Quiet celebrity in the time of pandemic: stripping away artifice in performances of self, cultures of citizenship, and community care2
Bullshit human rights: Breitbart News’ “Cartel Chronicles” and the militarized framing of humanitarian crisis on the US-Mexico border2
‘I played by all the rules! Why didn’t you tell me there weren’t any rules, it’s not fair!’:contradiction, corporeality, and conformity in Grace and Frankie12
Being your own aesthetic boss: practising independence within the Central Sydney independent music scene’s cultural economy2
Critiquing cultural appropriation, building community: desi online activism on Tumblr shame blogs and #reclaimthebindi2
From nation builders to global connectors: children and China’s BRI propaganda2
Politicians as entertainers - a political performance of the personal2
Transgression, resistance and independent art in contemporary russia2
‘We can sh*t for another 10 years.’ Toilet paper, pandemic politics and cultural citizenship2
The cultural economy of Xiangqin: an analysis of the ‘intimate business’ on Chinese television, date-renting sites and mobile phones2
Before the door: storying the material, affective and ethical dimensions of inclusion for women academics2
#HereToStay: murals of resistance and civic engagement2
Remediation, virality and affect: a phenomenological reading into the Alan Kurdi Image2
Media portrayals of binational couples in90 Day Fiancé2
Producing multiculturalism: casting and editing migrants in Korean reality television2