Highly Cited Articles
The Journal of Communication (JOC) is the flagship journal of the International Communication Association and an essential publication for all communication specialists and policy makers.
The Journal of Communication concentrates on communication research, practice, policy, and theory, bringing to its readers the latest, broadest, and most important findings in the field of communication studies. Journal of Communication also features an extensive book review section, and the symposia of selected studies on current issues.
JOC publishes the best available scholarship on all aspects of communication. Since the journal seeks to be a general forum for communication scholarship, it is especially interested in research whose significance crosses disciplinary and sub-field boundaries.
OUP has granted free access to a selection of highly cited articles for a limited time. These articles are just a sample of the impressive body of research from the Journal of Communication.
Are News Audiences Increasingly Fragmented? A Cross-National Comparative Analysis of Cross-Platform News Audience Fragmentation and Duplication
Richard Fletcher; Rasmus Keis Nielsen
Paula Chakravartty; Rachel Kuo; Victoria Grubbs; Charlton McIlwain
Maximizing Opportunities and Minimizing Risks for Children Online: The Role of Digital Skills in Emerging Strategies of Parental Mediation
Sonia Livingstone; Kjartan Ólafsson; Ellen J. Helsper; Francisco Lupiáñez-Villanueva; Giuseppe A. Veltri; Frans Folkvord
Partisan Selective Sharing: The Biased Diffusion of Fact-Checking Messages on Social Media
Jieun Shin; Kjerstin Thorson
Organizational Media Affordances: Operationalization and Associations with Media Use
Ronald E. Rice; Sandra K. Evans; Katy E. Pearce; Anu Sivunen; Jessica Vitak; Jeffrey W. Treem