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Studies in Media and Communication

Vol 3, n°1, 2015.

Behaving Badly Online : Establishing Norms of Unacceptable Behaviours (Emma Short, Tyne Stanley, Mick Baldwin, Graham G Scott)
‘Are You Fed up with Your PC ? Get A Mac.’ Swedish Popular Media Representations of Digital Technologies and the Stockpiling Behavior of Consumers (Jennie Olofsson)
Employing Search Engine Optimization Techniques in Online News Articles (Dimitrios Giomelakis, Andreas Veglis)
Facebook Uses, Boundary Spanning Activities, and Social Capital (Hui-Jung Chang)
Children’s Evaluations of Villains in Children’s the Heroes and Literature (Panagiota Spanothymiou, Argiris Kyridis, Anastasia Christodoulou, Meni Kanatsouli)
Protecting Preteens on Facebook : An Exploratory Examination of Parental Mediation Strategies for Children’s Facebook Use in Singapore (Andrea J. S. Stanaland, May O. Lwin, Poh Yeang-Cherng, Cheryl Chong)
Conquering Constraints and Expanding Ethos : FDR’s 1932 Commonwealth Club Address (Tammy R. Vigil)
Media Portrayal on Global Climate Change : an Analysis of Malaysian Mainstream Newspapers (Nor Jijidiana Azmi, Nor Azikin Mohd Omar, Safawati Basirah Mohd Zaid, Zanirah Wahab, Akmah Yusof)
Effects of Self-presentation and Social Media Use in Attainment of Beauty Ideals (Rebecca K Britt)
Morphology of Pictorial News : The Chameleonic Attributes (Ndoma J. Brown, Chris Chimdubem Ngwu)
The Russian Media Coverage of the ‘Ukrainian Issue’ : the Priorities of Informing (Dmitry Strovsky)
Photoshop and Deceptive Advertising : An Analysis of Blog Comments (David S. Waller)
The Influence of Brand Equity on Consumer Response toward Environmental Product Advertisements (Brian T Parker)
“What I Love about Technology” : Older Adults and Mobile Communication Technologies (Cheryl Campanella Bracken, Hocheol Yang, Gary Pettey)
Distraction and Boredom : Students Faced to Digital Economy (Fabienne Martin-Juchat, Julien Pierre, Aurélia Dumas)

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