Information Communication & Society

(The TQCC of Information Communication & Society is 8. 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.)
Separating truth from lies: comparing the effects of news media literacy interventions and fact-checkers in response to political misinformation in the US and Netherlands93
What they do in the shadows: examining the far-right networks on Telegram84
‘#OkBoomer, time to meet the Zoomers’: studying the memefication of intergenerational politics on TikTok61
Understanding the societal impacts of machine translation: a critical review of the literature on medical and legal use cases54
Money is data – the platformization of financial transactions46
Affordances, movement dynamics, and a centralized digital communication platform in a networked movement39
Older adults’ online social engagement and social capital: the moderating role of Internet skills36
The politics of deceptive borders: ‘biomarkers of deceit’ and the case of iBorderCtrl35
“Shadowbanning is not a thing”: black box gaslighting and the power to independently know and credibly critique algorithms34
Information literacy challenges in digital culture: conflicting engagements of trust and doubt33
ICTs and the urban-rural divide: can online labour platforms bridge the gap?32
Nonhuman humanitarianism: when 'AI for good' can be harmful32
Legitimating a platform: evidence of journalists’ role in transferring authority to Twitter31
Fake news practices in Indonesian newsrooms during and after the Palu earthquake: a hierarchy-of-influences approach30
Far right alternative news media as ‘indignation mobilization mechanisms’: how the far right opposed the Global Compact for Migration30
Hijacking MeToo: transnational dynamics and networked frame contestation on the far right in the case of the ‘120 decibels' campaign29
Partisan search behavior and Google results in the 2018 U.S. midterm elections28
Rethinking digital skills in the era of compulsory computing: methods, measurement, policy and theory28
Tinder blue, mental flu? Exploring the associations between Tinder use and well-being28
Seek and you shall find? A content analysis on the diversity of five search engines’ results on political queries27
Negotiating gender scripts in mobile dating apps: between affordances, usage norms and practices27
The right to the city and data protection for developing citizen-centric digital cities27
When a story contradicts: correcting health misinformation on social media through different message formats and mechanisms27
Hot weather, hot topic. Polarization and sceptical framing in the climate debate on Twitter27
The playful politics of memes25
The decolonial turn in data and technology research: what is at stake and where is it heading?25
Restyling propaganda: popularized party press and the making of soft propaganda in China25
You never fake alone. Creative AI in action24
Is there a link between climate change scepticism and populism? An analysis of web tracking and survey data from Europe and the US24
Infrastructural obfuscation: unpacking the carceral logics of the Ring surveillant assemblage23
Platform pop: disentangling Spotify’s intermediary role in the music industry22
Does populism go viral? How Italian leaders engage citizens through social media21
‘I’m still the master of the machine.’ Internet users’ awareness of algorithmic decision-making and their perception of its effect on their autonomy21
Contested Chinese Dreams of AI? Public discourse about Artificial intelligence on WeChat and People’s Daily Online21
Dog whistling far-right code words: the case of ‘culture enricher' on the Swedish web21
Civilized truths, hateful lies? Incivility and hate speech in false information – evidence from fact-checked statements in the US21
Building viewer engagement through interaction rituals on Twitch.tv20
Embedded reproduction in platform data work20
Caveat emptor: boycott through digital humour on the wave of the 2019 Hong Kong protests20
Can the internet reduce the loneliness of 50+ living alone?20
Individual and shared digital repertoires – older adults managing digital services19
Suing the algorithm: the mundanization of automated decision-making in public services through litigation19
The relationship between Zoom use with the camera on and Zoom fatigue: considering self-monitoring and social interaction anxiety19
Education as a domain of natural data extraction: analysing corporate discourse about educational tracking19
Degrees of deception: the effects of different types of COVID-19 misinformation and the effectiveness of corrective information in crisis times19
Delivering Edinburgh: uncovering the digital geography of platform labour in the city18
Digital coloniality and ‘Next Billion Users’: the political economy of Google Station in Nigeria18
Persuasive strategies in online health misinformation: a systematic review17
Memetising the pandemic: memes, covid-19 mundanity and political cultures17
From non-player characters to othered participants: Chinese women's gaming experience in the ‘free’ digital market17
Sharing the hate? Memes and transnationality in the far right’s digital visual culture17
Trouble in programmer’s paradise: gender-biases in sharing and recognising technical knowledge on Stack Overflow16
Antecedents of support for social media content moderation and platform regulation: the role of presumed effects on self and others16
New digital safety net or just more ‘friendfunding’? Institutional analysis of medical crowdfunding in the United States16
‘Data must fall’: mobile data pricing, regulatory paralysis and citizen action in South Africa16
Lost in Transition?Digital trans activism on Youtube16
Machine learning in the EU health care context: exploring the ethical, legal and social issues15
Why study media ecosystems?15
Social media, protest, & outrage communication in Ethiopia: toward fractured publics or pluralistic polity?15
The paperboys of Russian messaging: RT/Sputnik audiences as vehicles for malign information influence15
Music streaming platforms and self-releasing musicians: the case of China15
Instagram and political campaigning in the 2017 German federal election. A quantitative content analysis of German top politicians’ and parliamentary parties’ posts15
Memetic commemorations: remixing far-right values in digital spheres14
Online political participation: the evolution of a concept14
Emotional consequences and attention rewards: the social effects of ratings on Reddit14
Vulnerable people’s digital inclusion: intersectionality patterns and associated lessons14
Understanding power positions in a new digital landscape: perceptions of Syrian refugees and data experts on relocation algorithm14
Cloud ruins: Ericsson's Vaudreuil-Dorion data centre and infrastructural abandonment14
‘Everybody needs to post a selfie every once in a while’: exploring the politics of Instagram curation in young women’s self-representational practices14
Infrastructuringdigital sovereignty: a research agenda for an infrastructure-based sociology of digital self-determination practices14
Inequality in online job searching in the age of social media14
Digital inequality among older adults: explaining differences in the breadth of Internet use14
De-platforming disinformation: conspiracy theories and their control14
From shoeboxes to shared spaces: participatory cultural heritage via digital platforms14
Murder fantasies in memes: fascist aesthetics of death threats and the banalization of white supremacist violence14
Is it still a man’s world? Social media news use and gender inequality in online political engagement13
Data and rights in the digital welfare state: the case of Denmark13
Social media use, psychological well-being and physical health during lockdown13
Work-related ICT use during off-job time, technology to family conflict and segmentation preference: a study with two generations of employees13
Insta(nt)famous? Visual self-presentation and the use of masculine and feminine issues by female politicians on Instagram13
Office of the citizen: a qualitative analysis of Twitter activity during the Lekki shooting in Nigeria’s #EndSARS protests13
User-centric approaches for collecting Facebook data in the ‘post-API age’: experiences from two studies and recommendations for future research13
Easy data, same old platforms? A systematic review of digital activism methodologies12
Understanding the effects of conceptual and analytical choices on ‘finding’ the privacy paradox: A specification curve analysis of large-scale survey data12
The cueing power of comments on social media: how disagreement in Facebook comments affects user engagement with news12
Making sense of algorithmic profiling: user perceptions on Facebook12
Sexuality, gender, media. Identity articulations in the contemporary media landscape12
Spatially shaped imaginaries of the digital economy12
The sharing of disinformation in cross-national comparison: analyzing patterns of resilience12
From cryptocurrencies to cryptocourts: blockchain and the financialization of dispute resolution platforms12
Twitter made me do it! Twitter's tonal platform incentive and its effect on online campaigning12
Through a white lens: Black victimhood, visibility, and whiteness in the Black Lives Matter movement on TikTok12
Tech companies and the public interest: the role of the state in governing social media platforms12
The geopolitics of infrastructuralized platforms: the case of Alibaba12
Racialized beauty, visibility, and empowerment: Asian American women influencers on YouTube12
Digital microaggressions and everyday othering: an analysis of tweets sent to women members of Parliament in the UK12
Transforming communication, social media, counter-hegemony and the struggle for the soul of Nigeria12
Digital inequalities in American disadvantaged urban communities: access, skills, and expectations for digital inclusion programs12
Wearables for something good: aid, dataveillance and the production of children’s digital bodies12
Online cultural backlash? sexism and political user-generated content11
Messy on the inside: internet memes as mapping tools of everyday life11
Constructing young selves in a digital media ecology: youth cultures, practices and identity11
Imaginative play in digital environments: designing social and creative opportunities for identity formation11
Fidelis ad mortem: multimodal discourses and ideologies in Black Lives Matter and Blue Lives Matter (non)humorous memes11
Beyond algorithmic control: flexibility, intermediaries, and paradox in the on-demand economy11
Beacons over bridges: hashtags, visibility, and sexual assault disclosure on social media11
The cruel optimism of digital dating: heart-breaking mobile romance among rural migrant workers in South China11
The (in)credibility of algorithmic models to non-experts11
Middle Eastern women influencers’ interdependent/independent subjectification on Tiktok: feminist postdigital transnational inquiry11
‘Which part of my group do I represent?’: disability activism and social media users with concealable communicative disabilities10
From the fringes into mainstream politics: intermediary networks and movement-party coordination of a global anti-immigration campaign in Germany10
Intrusive media and knowledge work: how knowledge workers negotiate digital media norms in the pursuit of focused work10
‘When you realise your dad is Cristiano Ronaldo’: celebrity sharenting and children’s digital identities10
‘Don’t panic people! Trump will tweet the virus away': memes contesting and confirming populist political leaders during the COVID-19 crisis10
Data colonialism: compelling and useful, but whither epistemes?10
Who are the plotters behind the pandemic? Comparing Covid-19 conspiracy theories in Google search results across five key target countries of Russia’s foreign communication10
Ubiquitous tunes, virtuous archiving and catering for algorithms: the tethered affairs of people and music streaming services10
‘Own your narrative’: teenagers as producers and consumers of porn in Netflix’s Sex Education10
Feminist filter bubbles: ambivalence, vigilance and labour10
Perceived prevalence of misinformation fuels worries about COVID-19: a cross-country, multi-method investigation10
Examining the cultural dimension of contact-tracing app adoption during the COVID-19 pandemic: a cross-country study in Singapore and Switzerland10
Guerilla capitalism and the platform economy: Governing Uber in China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong10
Digital divide and marginalized women during COVID-19: a study of women recently released from prison9
Open access, closed systems: independent online journalism in Japan9
Red, yellow, green or golden: the post-pandemic future of China's health code apps9
Understanding movement parties through their communication9
Dimensions of digital inequality in the sharing economy9
Organisational and professional hierarchies in a data management system: public–private collaborative building of public healthcare and social services in Finland9
How African countries respond to fake news and hate speech9
Developing and validating the digital skills scale for school children (DSS-SC)9
Constructing visual policy narratives in new media: the case of the Dakota Access Pipeline9
What is Netflix imperialism? Interrogating the monopoly aspirations of the ‘World's largest television network’9
User-generated nationalism: interactions with religion, race, and partisanship in everyday talk online9
Electoral news sharing: a study of changes in news coverage and Facebook sharing behaviour during the 2018 Mexican elections9
Did you give permission? Datafication in the mobile ecosystem9
How-to videos on YouTube: the role of the instructor9
Promote diligently and censor politely: how Sina Weibo intervenes in online activism in China9
Making curation algorithms apparent: a case study of ‘Instawareness’ as a means to heighten awareness and understanding of Instagram's algorithm9
Weaponizing reproductive rights: a mixed-method analysis of White nationalists’ discussion of abortions online9
How dark corners collude: a study on an online Chinese alt-right community9
Digital sovereignty and Internet standards: normative implications of public-private relations among Chinese stakeholders in the Internet Engineering Task Force9
Let’s (re)tweet about racism and sexism: responses to cyber aggression toward Black and Asian women9
Gauging reference and source bias over time: how Russia’s partially state-controlled search engine Yandex mediated an anti-regime protest event9
Towards conceptualization and quantification of the digital divide8
The coloniality of collaboration: sources of epistemic obedience in data-intensive astronomy in Chile8
Memes, brands and the politics of post-terror togetherness: following the Manchester bee after the 2017 Manchester Arena bombing8
Internet restrictions in Uganda: examining their impact on journalism8
Buy now, pay later: redefining indebted users as responsible consumers8
To disclose or not to disclose? Factors related to the willingness to disclose information to a COVID-19 tracing app8
Platform playbook: a typology of consumer strategies against algorithmic control in digital platforms8
Algorithms and the narration of past selves8
Uninterested and unequal?: examining SES-based gaps in youth political behavior on social media8
Selling internet control: the framing of the Russian ban of messaging app Telegram8
Gamer identities of video game live streamers with disabilities8
‘I mean, in my opinion, I have it the worst, because I am white. I am male. I am heterosexual’: questioning the inclusivity of reconfigured hegemonic masculinities in a UK student online culture8
Social media hate speech in the walk of Ethiopian political reform: analysis of hate speech prevalence, severity, and natures8
Off the charts: user engagement enhancers in election infographics8
‘A mother’s intuition: it’s real and we have to believe in it’: how the maternal is used to promote vaccine refusal on Instagram8
How do teens define what it means to be a gamer? Mapping teens’ video game practices and cultural imaginaries from a gender and sociocultural perspective8