Advance Online Access (August – November 2023)

  • Neureiter, A., Stubenvoll, M., & Matthes, J. (2023). Is it greenwashing? Environmental compensation claims in advertising, perceived greenwashing, political consumerism, and brand outcomes. Journal of Advertising. Advance online publication.
    Published online: 27/11/23
  • Heiss, R., Nanz, A., Knupfer, H., Engel, E., & Matthes, J. (2023). Peer correction of misinformation on social media: (In)civility, success experience and relationship consequences. New Media & Society. Advance online publication.
    Published online: 20/11/23
  • Gell, S., Engel, E., Heiss, R., & Karsay, K. (2023). Social media influencers and adolescents’ health: A scoping review of the research field. Social Science & Medicine, 116387. Advance online publication.
    Published online: 15/11/23
  • Greber, H., Lecheler, S., Aaldering, L., de Haan, Y., Kruikemeier, S., Goutier, N., & de Bruin, K. (2023). Uncovering the audience perspective: A qualitative analysis of experiences and evaluations of two immersive journalism productions in the Netherlands. Journalism. Advance online publication.
    Published online: 13/11/23
  • Kakavand, A. E. (2023). Far-right social media communication in the light of technology affordances: A systematic literature review. Annals of the International Communication Association. Advance online publication.
    Published online: 10/11/23
  • Reinhardt, A., & Eitze, S. (2023). Breaking the endometriosis silence: A social norm approach to reducing menstrual stigma and policy resistance among young adults. Psychology & Health. Advance online publication.
    Published online: 03/11/23
  • Wilhelm, C., & Schulz-Tomančok, A. (2023). Predicting user engagement with anti-gender, homophobic and sexist social media posts – a choice-based conjoint study in Hungary and Germany. Information, Communication & Society. Advance online publication.
    Published online: 31/10/23
  • Kermani, H. (2023). Framing the pandemic on Persian Twitter: Gauging networked frames by topic modeling. American Behavioral Scientist. Advance online publication.
    Published online: 31/10/23
  • Kaskeleviciute, R., Knupfer, H., & Matthes, J. (2023). Who says "Muslims are not terrorists"? News differentiation, Muslim versus non-Muslim sources, and attitudes toward Muslims. Mass Communication and Society. Advance online publication.
    Published online: 26/10/23
  • Brändle, V. K., Eisele, O., & Kulichkina, A. (2023). The political contention of LGBTQ+ communities in the digital age – state of the art, limitations, and opportunities for comparative research. Journal of Information Technology & Politics. Advance online publication.
    Published online: 03/10/23
  • Wilhelm, C., & Detel, H. (2023). Great expectations? A taxonomy for expectancy research in journalism studies. Journalism. Advance online publication.
    Published online: 27/09/23
  • Hirsch, M., Binder, A., & Matthes, J. (2023). The influence of political fit, issue fit and targeted political advertising disclosures on persuasion knowledge, party evaluation, and chilling effects. Social Science Computer Review. Advance online publication.
    Published online: 12/09/23
  • Juarez Miro, C. (2023). "Everything is biased": Populist supporters' folk theories of journalism. The International Journal of Press/Politics. Advance online publication.
    Published online: 09/09/23
  • Stevic, A., Schmuck, D., Thomas, M. F., Karsay, K., & Matthes, J. (2023). Distracted children? Nighttime smartphone use, children's attentional problems, and school performance over time. The Journal of Early Adolescence. Advance online publication.
    Published online: 05/09/23
  • Wahl, I., Wolfgruber, D., & Einwiller, S. (2023). Mitigating teleworkers' perceived technological complexity and work strains through supportive team communication. Corporate Communications: An International Journal. Advance online publication.
    Published online: 15/08/23
  • Freiling, I., Stubenvoll, M., & Matthes, J. (2023). Support for misinformation regulation on social media: It is the perceived harm of misinformation that matters, not the perceived amount. Policy & Internet. Advance online publication.
    Published online: 14/08/23
  • Stockinger, A., Schäfer, S., & Lecheler, S. (2023). Navigating the gray areas of content moderation: Professional moderators' perspectives on uncivil user comments and the role of (AI-based) technological tools. New Media & Society. Advance online publication.
    Published online: 08/08/23

Erscheint in Printform (Dezember 2023)

  • Knupfer, H., & Matthes, J. (2023). An attack against us all? Perceived similarity and compassion for the victims mediate the effects of news coverage about right-wing terrorism. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 46(12), 2400-2425.
    Published online: 01/06/21
  • Laufer, D., Einwiller, S., & Neureiter, A. (2023). All the news that is fit to print? Reporting on a victim's character during a crisis. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 31(4), 592-598.
    Published online: 27/03/23
  • Stevic, A., & Matthes, J. (2023). Co-present smartphone use, friendship satisfaction, and social isolation: The role of coping strategies. Computers in Human Behavior, 149, 107960.
    Published online: 17/09/23
  • Theocharis, Y., Cardenal, A., Jin, S., Aalberg, T., Hopmann, D., Strömbäck, J., Castro, L., Esser, F., van Aelst, P., de Vreese, C., Corbu, N., Koc-Michalska, K., Matthes, J., Schemer, C., Sheafer, T., Splendore, S., Stanyer, J., Stepinska, A., & Stetka, V. (2023). Does the platform matter? Social media and COVID-19 conspiracy theory beliefs in 17 countries. New Media & Society, 25(12), 3412-3437.
    Published online: 09/10/21

Erschienen in Printform (November 2023)

  • Axyonova, V., & Lozka, K. (2023). "We are at war": Reflections on positionality and research as negotiation in post-2022 Ukraine. Journal of International Relations and Development, 26, 711-721.
    Published online: 13/07/23
  • Kalidz, L., & Götzenbrucker, G. (2023). Lip Fillers, BBLs und Feminismus. Zum Diskurs über kosmetische Eingriffe auf TikTok aus feminismustheoretischer Perspektive. MedienJournal, 47(2), 72-93.
  • Heiss, R., Nanz, A., & Matthes, J. (2023). Social media information literacy: Conceptualization and associations with information overload, news avoidance and conspiracy mentality. Computers in Human Behavior, 148, 107908.
    Published online: 07/08/23
  • Yannopoulos, Y., Carras, C., Kolokytha, O., Kyriakidis, E., Papageorgiou, A., Trikas, D., Tsiavos, P., & Handaka, S. (2023). Culture in Greece. How can the cultural sector become a means of sustainable development and a source of social value. Athens: DiaNEOsis Research and Policy Institute, retrieved from

Erschienen in Printform (Oktober 2023)

  • Arendt, F. (2023). Media stereotypes, prejudice, and preference-based reinforcement: Toward the dynamic of self-reinforcing effects by integrating audience selectivity. Journal of Communication, 73(5), 463-475.
    Published online: 05/06/23
  • Arendt, F., Northup, T., Forrai, M., & Scheufele, D. (2023). Why we stopped listening to the other side: How partisan cues in news coverage undermine the deliberative foundations of democracy. Journal of Communication, 73(5), 413-426.
    Published online: 15/03/23
  • Devos, S., Karsay, K., Eggermont, S., & Vandenbosch, L. (2023). "Whatever you do, I can do too": Disentangling the daily relations between exposure to positive social media content, can self, and pressure. Communication Monographs, 90(4), 437-455.
    Published online: 09/05/23
  • Kaňková, J., Saumer, M., Neureiter, A., Darovskikh, S., Shargina, E., & Matthes, J. (2023). "I am young, why should I vaccinate?" How empathetic and aggressive communication on social media impact young adults' attitudes toward COVID-19 vaccination. Frontiers in Public Health, 11, 1190847.
    Published online: 06/10/23
  • Matthes, J., Schmuck, D., & von Sikorski, C. (2023). In the eye of the beholder: A case for the visual hostile media phenomenon. Communication Research, 50(7), 879-903.
    Published online: 01/06/23
  • Matthes, J., Stevic, A., Koban, K., Thomas, M. F., Forrai, M., & Karsay, K. (2023). Fear of missing out, reflective smartphone disengagement, and loneliness in late adolescents. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 26(10), 731-738.
    Published online: 14/08/23
  • Splendore, S., Garusi, D., & Valeriani, A. (2023). A deliberative democracy framework for analysing trust in journalists: An application to Italy. Media and Communication, 12, 7251.
    Published online: 12/10/23
  • Vranken, S., Matthes, J., Fitzgerald, K., & Beullens, K. (2023). I spy with my little eye: An eye-tracking study examining adolescents’ attention to alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages in Instagram stories. Appetite, 189, 107000.
    Published online: 11/08/23

Erschienen in Printform (September 2023)

  • Arendt, F., Till, B., Voracek, M., Kirchner, S., Sonneck, G., Naderer, B., Pürcher, P., & Niederkrotenthaler, T. (2023). ChatGPT, artificial intelligence, and suicide prevention: A call for a targeted and concerted research effort. Crisis, 44(5), 367-370.
    Published online: 22/09/23
  • Hanusch, F., & Löhmann, K. (2023). Dimensions of peripherality in journalism: A typology for studying new actors in the journalistic field. Digital Journalism, 11(7), 1292-1310.
    Published online: 13/12/22
  • Hendrickx, J., Van Remoortere, A., & Opgenhaffen, M. (2023). Love, Like or angry in times of COVID-19? Analysing news brands’ audience engagement on Facebook amidst a pandemic. Journalism and Media, 4(3), 931-945.
    Published online: 05/09/23

Erschienen in Printform (August 2023)

  • Gudkova, O., & Sarikakis, K. (2023). Proactive and optimal protection of children's digital privacy as the cornerstone for European democracies. Zenodo.
    Published online: 15/08/23
  • Karsay, K., Matthes, J., Schmuck, D., & Ecklebe, S. (2023). Messaging, posting, and browsing: A mobile experience sampling study investigating youth's social media use, affective well-being, and loneliness. Social Science Computer Review, 41(4), 1493-1513.
    Published online: 05/04/22
  • Karsay, K., Schmuck, D., Stevic, A., & Matthes, J. (2023). Sleeping with the smartphone: A panel study investigating parental mediation, adolescents' tiredness, and physical well-being. Behaviour & Information Technology, 42(11), 1833-1844.
    Published online: 16/07/22
  • Kolokytha, O. (2023). Reclaiming place: Cultural initiatives in Cretan villages as enablers of citizen involvement and repopulation. In V. Durrer, A. Gilmore, L. Jancovich, & D. Stevenson (Eds.), Cultural policy is local: Understanding cultural policy as situated practice (pp. 169-187). UK: Palgrave.
    Published online: 27/08/23
  • Kougia, V., Fetzel, S., Kirchmair, T., Çano, E., Baharlou, S., Sharifzadeh, S. & Roth, B. (2023). MemeGraphs: Linking memes to knowledge graphs. In G. A. Jain, K. Kise, & R. Zanibbi (Eds.), Document analysis and recognition – ICDAR 2023. Lecture notes in computer science (pp. 534-551), 14187. Cham: Springer.
    Published online: 19/08/23
  • Matthes, J., Nanz, A., Kaskeleviciute, R., Reiter, F., Freiling, I., Neureiter, A., Stubenvoll, M., Sherrah, S. E., Juricek, S., Munzir, A. A., & Noronha, I. (2023). The way we use social media matters: A panel study on passive versus active political social media use and affective polarization. International Journal of Communication, 17, 5223-5245, retrieved from
  • Rußmann, U., Einwiller, S., Seiffert-Brockmann, J., Stürmer, L., & Reiter, G. (2023). Journalismus in Zeiten verschwimmender Grenzen zwischen Journalismus, PR und Werbung. In T. Hug, & J. Penz (Eds.), Blinde Flecken im Mediensystem? – Qualitätsjournalismus im Krisenmodus (pp. 65–76). Innsbruck: Innsbruck University Press.