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James E. Katz
Author argues that Murray S. Davisโs โinterestingnessโ theory (1971) has been largely ignored in media and communication studies despite its significant influen...
Melanie C. Green
This essay proposes that article on the differential role of prior emotional attachment in sympathy and sympathetic joy is a hidden gem for Communication schol...
Mary Beth Oliver, Yansheng Liu, Rebecca N. H. de Leeuw, Arthur A. Raney, Enny Das, Marie-Louise Mares
This essay focuses on what dominant mediums in a culture imply about feelings of connectedness with others. Drawing on Joshua Meyrowitzโs book , we argue that w...
George A. Barnett, Han Woo Park
Why do certain articles, particularly innovative ones, go unnoticed in Communication? In light of this issue, two particular articles merit greater attention. ...
Joseph N. Cappella, Yue Li
In order to advance the scientific basis for message design, theories of belief, attitude, and intention change focusing on the importance of arguments must be ...
Miran Pyun, Yong-Chan Kim
This study examines the relationship between social media use among older adults in South Korea and civic engagement both at the national level (national politi...
Minwoong Chung, Maria Knight Lapinski
This study investigates the moderating effect of network density on the relationship between social norms and the intention to unfriend someone on social media....
Huu Dat Tran, Pham Phuong Uyen Diep, Thi Ngoc Anh Do
While CETSCALE has frequently been tested and applied in Western contexts, it has received little attention in Asian countries, particularly Vietnam, a developi...
Considering the significant role of global media in shaping public discourse on international phenomena, this research examines the representation of K-pop in g...