New Media & Society

(The H4-Index of New Media & Society is 35. 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.)
Extending the Internet meme: Conceptualizing technological mimesis and imitation publics on the TikTok platform154
Seeing the forest for the trees: Visualizing platformization and its governance114
The associations of active and passive social media use with well-being: A critical scoping review100
Believing and sharing misinformation, fact-checks, and accurate information on social media: The role of anxiety during COVID-1991
A systematic literature review on disinformation: Toward a unified taxonomical framework88
Dysfunctional information sharing on WhatsApp and Facebook: The role of political talk, cross-cutting exposure and social corrections87
Facebook, news media and platform dependency: The institutional impacts of news distribution on social platforms83
Future imaginaries in the making and governing of digital technology: Multiple, contested, commodified72
Why do so few people share fake news? It hurts their reputation70
Terms of inclusion: Data, discourse, violence68
Data capitalism and the user: An exploration of privacy cynicism in Germany66
The outcomes of gaining digital skills for young people’s lives and wellbeing: A systematic evidence review63
The third digital divide and Bourdieu: Bidirectional conversion of economic, cultural, and social capital to (and from) digital capital among young people in Madrid61
Staying connected while physically apart: Digital communication when face-to-face interactions are limited59
Upvoting extremism: Collective identity formation and the extreme right on Reddit58
The perception of humanness in conversational journalism: An algorithmic information-processing perspective57
Temporal arbitrage, fragmented rush, and opportunistic behaviors: The labor politics of time in the platform economy55
Anticipating and addressing the ethical implications of deepfakes in the context of elections54
When viruses and misinformation spread: How young Singaporeans navigated uncertainty in the early stages of the COVID-19 outbreak54
The limits of the imaginary: Challenges to intervening in future speculations of memory, data, and algorithms53
Oculus imaginaries: The promises and perils of Facebook’s virtual reality49
Understanding podcast users: Consumption motives and behaviors48
Artificial intelligence and mass personalization of communication content—An ethical and literacy perspective48
Does the platform matter? Social media and COVID-19 conspiracy theory beliefs in 17 countries44
Is music streaming bad for musicians? Problems of evidence and argument43
Loot boxes, problem gambling and problem video gaming: A systematic review and meta-synthesis40
Parasocial interactions with real and virtual influencers: The role of perceived similarity and human-likeness40
Digital well-being theory and research39
Dynamics of violent and dehumanizing rhetoric in far-right social media39
Tactics of news literacy: How young people access, evaluate, and engage with news on social media38
Autopsy of a metaphor: The origins, use and blind spots of the ‘infodemic’37
Mediated trust: A theoretical framework to address the trustworthiness of technological trust mediators36
Ms. Categorized: Gender, notability, and inequality on Wikipedia36
Content moderation: Social media’s sexist assemblages35
Social media literacy: A conceptual framework35
Health-related fake news on social media platforms: A systematic literature review35