Forthcoming Papers of the
Athens Journal of
Mass Media and Communications

The following papers have been reviewed, revised and accepted for publication. They will appear in one of the forthcoming issues of the Journal:

  1. Gregory T. Papanikos: Predatory Publications in the Era of Internet and Technology: A Comment Available online 10 January 2022
  2. Noemi Crescentini & Giuseppe Michele Padricelli: The Relevance of Scientific Dissemination during the Vaccine Campaign: The Italian Virologist Communication on Social Media Available online 22 November 2021
  3. Akhilesh Kumar, Ravi Gupta, Krishna Kant Tripathi & Rajani Ranjan Singh: Predatory Publications in the Era of the Internet and Technology: Open Access Publications are at Risk Available online 11 November 2021
  4. William Kodom Gyasi: The Readability of Political Party Manifestos of the 2016 General Elections in Ghana Available online 22 October 2021
  5. Nilgun Tosun & Aynur Gecer: A Development, Validity and Reliability of Safe Social Networking Scale Available online 22 October 2021
  6. Shoji Azuma: A Study of Former Japanese Prime Minister Abe’s Speaking Style in 2020:  Listener-Oriented or Speaker-Oriented? Available online 22 October 2021
  7. Neill Fitzpatrick: No News is Not Good News: The Implications of News Fatigue and News Avoidance in a Pandemic World Available online 05 October 2021
  8. Joe Harasta: Town & Gown – University and Community Leaders’ Perceptions on Mutually Beneficial Relationships: An Urban American University Case Study Available online 23 September 2021
  9. Hwiman Chung: How Do Japanese Perceive Foreigners? Portrayals of Foreigners in Japanese Media Available online 22 September 2021
  10. Birgitta B. Puspita & Paulus A. Edvra: The Use of YouTube and Apps by Digital Moms to Support Early Childhood Learning Available online 15 September 2021
  11. Francesco Buscemi: Multimodality of the TV Format Available online 15 September 2021
  12. Michael A. Cacciatore & Juan Meng: Measuring the Value of Public Relations: An International Investigation of how Communication Practitioners View the Challenge and Suggest Solutions Available online 24 May 2021
  13. Seyed Kamaleddin Mousavi & Marzieh Ahmadi Milasi: Students’ Social Apathy in Real and Virtual Worlds: A Comparative Study Available online 28 April 2021