European Journal of Cultural Studies

(The TQCC of European Journal of Cultural Studies 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 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
‘If the rise of the TikTok dance and e-girl aesthetic has taught us anything, it’s that teenage girls rule the internet right now’: TikTok celebrity, girls and the Coronavirus crisis126
‘We are doing better’: Biopolitical nationalism and the COVID-19 virus in East Asia61
‘We’re all in this together’: Commodified notions of connection, care and community in brand responses to COVID-1959
Pandemic and its metaphors: Sontag revisited in the COVID-19 era58
Clap for carers? From care gratitude to care justice57
White tears, white rage: Victimhood and (as) violence in mainstream feminism47
Alt. Health Influencers: how wellness culture and web culture have been weaponised to promote conspiracy theories and far-right extremism during the COVID-19 pandemic46
Toxic White masculinity, post-truth politics and the COVID-19 infodemic43
Victimhood: The affective politics of vulnerability42
‘Ruined’ lives: Mediated white male victimhood36
Mummy influencers and professional sharenting36
Who cares? At what price? The hidden costs of socially engaged arts labour and the moral failure of cultural policy25
‘Glow from the inside out’: Deliciously Ella and the politics of ‘healthy eating’18
We will be great again: Historical victimhood in populist discourse17
Ambivalent influencers: Feeling rules and the affective practice of anxiety in social media influencer work16
Home in question: Uncovering meanings, desires and dilemmas of non-home16
Culture and commoning in a time of coronavirus: Introduction to a Cultural Commons special section on COVID-1915
The social positions of taste between and within music genres: From omnivore to snob14
Querying ‘Karen’: The rise of the angry white woman13
Genres and inequality in the creative industries13
Cultural populism in new populist times12
Keep crafting and carry on: Nostalgia and domestic cultures in the crisis11
Classical music as genre: Hierarchies of value within freelance classical musicians’ discourses11
Authenticity, uniqueness and talent: Gay male beauty influencers in post-queer, postfeminist Instagram beauty culture11
Palpating history: Magical healing and revolutionary care in Rural Serbia and Macedonia10
Performing ‘us’ and ‘other’: Intersectional analyses of right-wing populist media10
Nation branding through the lens of soccer: Using a sports nation branding framework to explore the case of China10
Nobody cares for men anymore: Affective-discursive practices around men’s victimisation across online and offline contexts9
Being positive, being hopeful, being happy: Young adults reflecting on their future in times of austerity9
From peat to Google power: Communications infrastructures and structures of feeling in Groningen9
Keywords as method9
Countering spectacles of fear: Anonymous’ meme ‘war’ against ISIS8
The politics and aesthetics of humour in an age of comic controversy8
Public service broadcasting and the emergence of LGBT+ visibility: A comparative perspective on Ireland and Flanders8
Platformed intimacies: Professional belonging on social media8
Hope against hope: COVID-19 and the space for political imagination8
The righteous outrage of post-truth anti-feminism: An analysis of TubeCrush and feminist research in and of public space8
Unpopularity and cultural power in the age of Netflix: New questions for cultural studies’ approaches to television texts8
Digital food culture, power and everyday life7
Fusing fact and fiction: Placemaking through film tours in Edinburgh7
Affective academic time management in the neoliberal university: From timeliness to timelessness6
Cultural commons: Critical responses to COVID-19, part 26
Fat shaming, feminism and Facebook: What ‘women who eat on tubes’ reveal about social media and the boundaries of women’s bodies6
The material culture of music festival fandoms6
Cultural Studies and radical popular education: Resources of hope6
Neoliberal postfeminism—or some other sexier thing: gender and populism in the Spanish context6
Fulfilling the self through food in wellness blogs: Governing the healthy subject6
‘How Goopy are you?’ Women, Goop and cosmic wellness6
Radical democracy and the imagination of the commons: Beyond cultural populism6
Ascriptions of migration: Racism, migratism and Brexit5
‘Good food’ in an Instagram age: Rethinking hierarchies of culture, criticism and taste5
Introduction to special issue: The logic of victimhood5
Cinematic itineraries and identities: Studying Bollywood tourism among the Hindustanis in the Netherlands5
Platforms, politics and precarity: Hong Kong television workers amid the new techno-nationalist media agenda5
Photographable femininities in women’s magazines and on Instagram5
Feeling rules and sexualities: Postfeminist men in Swedish television5
Comedy clubs that platform marginalised identities: Prefigurative politics in Sophie Duker’s Wacky Racists4
The feminist politics of Meghan Markle: Brexit, femininity and the nation in crisis4
The ethnicised hustle: Narratives of enterprise and postfeminism among young migrant women4
Ambivalent aspirations: Young women negotiating postfeminist subjectivity in media work4
A life lasts longer than the body through which it moves: An introduction to a special Cultural Commons section on Raymond Williams4
Genres at work: A holistic approach to genres in book publishing4
Re-claiming resilience and re-imagining welfare: A response to Angela McRobbie4
Wounded men of feminism: Exploring regimes of male victimhood in the Spanish manosphere4
Barefaced: Ageing women stars, ‘no make-up’ photography and authentic selfhood in the 2017 Pirelli calendar4
Profits of deceit: Performing populism in polarised times4
Friends tell it like it is: Therapy culture, postfeminism and friendships between women4
Twists and turns in the 360 deal: Spinning the risks and rewards of artist–label relations in the streaming era4
What is needed to promote gender equality in the cultural sector? Responses from cultural professionals in Catalonia4
Disavowing dependency: On Angela McRobbie’s Feminism and the Politics of Resilience4
What is the image of refugees in Central European media?4
Resituating the political in cultural intermediary work: Charity sector public relations and communication4
‘All at the tap of a button’: Mapping the food app landscape4
Breaking the logic of neoliberal victimhood: Vulnerability, interdependence and memory inCaptain Marvel(Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, 2019)4
‘The man that got away’: Gender inequalities in the consumption and production of jazz4
Digital chemsex publics: Algorithmic and user configurations of fear and desire on Pornhub3
Live-archiving the crisis: Instagram, cultural studies and times of collapse3
The mediated circulation of the United Kingdom’s YouthStrike4Climate movement’s discourses and actions3
Dirt(y) media: Dirt in ecological media art practices3
Future tense: Scandalous thinking during the conjunctural crisis3
The limits of humanisation: ‘ideal’ figures of the refugee and depoliticisation of displacement in virtual reality filmClouds Over Sidra3
Deconstructing the stigma of ageing: The rise of the mature female influencers3
The nation as an imagined commodity: Branding ‘Melania’3
Wild Intimacies: Justice-Seeking Mothers in Iran, Networked Activism and the Affective Politics of Mourning3
Narrating the pandemic: COVID-19, China and blame allocation strategies in Western European popular press3
Geeks vs grandees: A transnational comparison of dress codes in American and British federal technology agencies3
Documentary imaginary: Production and audience research of The Act of Killing and The Look of Silence3
‘Come and get a taste of normal’: Advertising, consumerism and the Coronavirus pandemic3
The black neoliberal aesthetic3
Re-enchanting the crisis: Reflections on rurality, futurity and COVID-19 in the United Kingdom3
‘Frustrated women invite the immigrants to Europe’: Intersection of (xeno-) racism and sexism in online discussions on gender aspects of immigration3
Sizing up the ‘Dadbod’: Fitness, age and resistance in a male body type3
Technology of optimization: An emerging configuration of productivity among professional software employees3
‘When showing Hanfu to foreigners, I feel very proud’: The imagined community and affective economies of Hanfu (Chinese traditional couture) among Chinese migrant youth in the United Kingdom3
A new day for Hulk Hogan: Celebrity selves and racial diversity in contemporary professional wrestling3
‘In the end you adapt to anything’: Responses to narratives of resilience and entrepreneurship in post-recession Spain3
Jack Monroe and the cultural politics of the austerity celebrity3
Advocacy for territorial and people-centered approaches to development in Romania: Place attachment based on industrial heritage3
The menopause moment: The rising visibility of ‘the change’ in UK news coverage3
Enduring inequalities: Fifty years of gender equality talk in the media and cultural industries3
Curating the urban music festival: Festivalisation, the ‘shuffle’ logic, and digitally-shaped music consumption3