New Media & Society

(The TQCC of New Media & Society is 28. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
New Media and Internet Activism: From the ‘Battle of Seattle’ to Blogging336
The first-level digital divide shifts from inequalities in physical access to inequalities in material access291
The agenda-setting power of fake news: A big data analysis of the online media landscape from 2014 to 2016245
Playing the visibility game: How digital influencers and algorithms negotiate influence on Instagram205
A meta-analysis of factors predicting cyberbullying perpetration and victimization: From the social cognitive and media effects approach197
Artificial intelligence and communication: A Human–Machine Communication research agenda187
Rethinking the fragmentation of the cyberpublic: from consensus to contestation185
Mobile phones as fashion statements: evidence from student surveys in the US and Japan124
#BoPo on Instagram: An experimental investigation of the effects of viewing body positive content on young women’s mood and body image124
From data fetishism to quantifying selves: Self-tracking practices and the other values of data122
Redefining virality in less broad strokes: Predicting viral behavioral intentions from motivations and uses of Facebook and Twitter118
Moderator engagement and community development in the age of algorithms117
The corporate cultivation of digital resignation117
China’s social credit systems and public opinion: Explaining high levels of approval110
Managing visibility on YouTube through algorithmic gossip101
Psychosocial well-being and social media engagement: The mediating roles of social comparison orientation and fear of missing out100
eSports, skins and loot boxes: Participants, practices and problematic behaviour associated with emergent forms of gambling100
A review of social networking service (SNS) research in communication journals from 2006 to 201195
Civic hacking as data activism and advocacy: A history from publicity to open government data95
‘Personal data literacies’: A critical literacies approach to enhancing understandings of personal digital data91
Social media is not real: The effect of ‘Instagram vs reality’ images on women’s social comparison and body image89
From scrapbook to Facebook: A history of personal media assemblage and archives84
“You never really know who’s looking”: Imagined surveillance across social media platforms79
Computer-Mediated Communication: From a Cognitive to a Discursive Model79
What does the notion of “sovereignty” mean when referring to the digital?75
The limits of peer production: Some reminders from Max Weber for the network society74
Beyond the power of networks: Differentiating network structure from social media affordances for perceived social support74
From friendfunding to crowdfunding: Relevance of relationships, social media, and platform activities to crowdfunding performance69
News finds me perception and democracy: Effects on political knowledge, political interest, and voting65
With a little help from my friends: An analysis of the role of social support in digital inequalities64
Culture is digital: Cultural participation, diversity and the digital divide63
The extent and nature of ideological selective exposure online: Combining survey responses with actual web log data from the 2013 Israeli Elections62
Audience manufacture in historical perspective: from broadcasting to Google62
Fake images: The effects of source, intermediary, and digital media literacy on contextual assessment of image credibility online62
Effects of exposure to self-harm on social media: Evidence from a two-wave panel study among young adults61
Dating gone mobile: Demographic and personality-based correlates of using smartphone-based dating applications among emerging adults59
From Facebook to cell calls: Layers of electronic intimacy in college students’ interpersonal relationships57
Measuring Digital Capital: An empirical investigation56
Policy Commentary56
A new institution on the block: On platform urbanism and Airbnb citizenship55
Is LinkedIn making you more successful? The informational benefits derived from public social media53
Youth collective political expression on social media: The role of affordances and memetic dimensions for voicing political views51
Midwives with mobiles: A dialectical perspective on gender arising from technology introduction in rural Indonesia51
Internet privacy and institutional trust51
The use of online social networking sites to nurture and cultivate bonding social capital: A systematic review of the literature from 1997 to 201848
Smartphones as digital companions: Characterizing the relationship between users and their phones46
(((They))) rule: Memetic antagonism and nebulous othering on 4chan46
From the air to the ground: the internet in the 2004 US presidential campaign46
#malefitspo: Links between viewing fitspiration posts, muscular-ideal internalisation, appearance comparisons, body satisfaction, and exercise motivation in men44
Digitized narratives of sexual violence: Making sexual violence felt and known through digital disclosures44
Domesticating WhatsApp: Family, friends, work, and study in everyday communication44
Social Exclusion and Information and Communication Technologies44
Does incidental exposure on social media equalize or reinforce participatory gaps? Evidence from a panel study44
Beyond the ‘Dazzling Light’: From Dreams of Transcendence to the ‘Remediation’ of Urban Life43
From hackers to hacktivists: speed bumps on the global superhighway?43
Sluts and soyboys: MGTOW and the production of misogynistic online harassment43
News brand attribution in distributed environments: Do people know where they get their news?43
From echo chamber to persuasive device? Rethinking the role of the Internet in campaigns43
Benefits and harms from Internet use: A differentiated analysis of Great Britain42
Ambivalence in networked intimacy: Observations from gay men using mobile dating apps41
Selective attention in the news feed: An eye-tracking study on the perception and selection of political news posts on Facebook40
The longitudinal and reciprocal relationships between selfie-related behaviors and self-objectification and appearance concerns among adolescents39
Never give up, never surrender: Game live streaming, neoliberal work, and personalized media economies39
Digital participation? Internet use among adolescents with and without intellectual disabilities: A comparative study39
Instagram: Friend or foe? The application’s association with psychological well-being39
“Becoming an expert in driving for Uber”: Uber driver/bloggers’ performance of expertise and self-presentation on YouTube37
Does really no one care? Analyzing the public engagement of communication scientists on Twitter36
Machinic dispossession and augmented despotism: Digital work in an Amazon warehouse36
Tapping into TiVo36
Stumbling upon the other side: Incidental learning of counter-attitudinal political information on Facebook36
Normative paradoxes in 360° journalism: Contested accuracy and objectivity35
Small acts of engagement: Reconnecting productive audience practices with everyday agency35
Status update: Gratifications derived from Facebook affordances by older adults35
How Silicon Valley sets time35
The daily dose of digital inspiration: A multi-method exploration of meaningful communication in social media34
Engaging mental health online: Insights frombeyondblue’s forum influencers34
Visualizing YouTube’s comment space: online hostility as a networked phenomena33
Just having a computer doesn’t make sense’: The digital divide from the perspective of mothers with a low socio-economic position33
Ironic humor on social media as participatory boundary work33
Re-humanizing the platform: Content moderators and the logic of care33
First encounter with robot Alpha: How individual differences interact with vocal and kinetic cues in users’ social responses33
Tweeting for social justice in #Ferguson: Affective discourse in Twitter hashtags32
Female journalists under attack? Explaining gender differences in reactions to audiences’ attacks32
Internet use in the home: Digital inequality from a domestication perspective32
The technological performance of populism32
Collective identity changes in far-right online communities: The role of offline intergroup conflict31
The Internet in Everyday Life31
Mine the gap: Bitcoin and the maintenance of trustlessness31
Media work, identity, and the motivations that shape branding practices among journalists: An explanatory framework30
The third digital divide and Bourdieu: Bidirectional conversion of economic, cultural, and social capital to (and from) digital capital among young people in Madrid29
Too hot to trust: Examining the relationship between attractiveness, trustworthiness, and desire to date in online dating29
The social inequalities of Internet access, its use, and the impact on children’s academic performance: Evidence from a longitudinal study in Switzerland29
Inequalities in the social use of the Internet of things: A capital and skills perspective29
Drawing from justice theories to support targets of online harassment28
If software is narrative: Joseph Weizenbaum, artificial intelligence and the biographies of ELIZA28
Constructing audience quantification: Social influences and the development of norms about audience analytics and metrics28
Metajournalistic discourse on the rise of gaming journalism28
Equal access to online information? Google’s suicide-prevention disparities may amplify a global digital divide28
Like me (please?): Connecting online self-presentation to pre- and early adolescents’ self-esteem28