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. Mulatu Alemayehu Moges: Ethiopian Media: Journalists Trends of Using Sources in Reporting Stories Available online 17 December 2020
  2. Dmitry Strovsky & Ron Schleifer: Soviet Politics and Journalism under Mikhail Gorbachev’s Perestroika and Glasnost: Why Hopes Failed Available online 03 December 2020
  3. Hawra Abdulrahman Juma Al-Maimani: Online versus Offline World: A Thematic Analysis of Arab Women’s Empowerment via Social Media Available online 16 November 2020
  4. Saiyeed Shahjada Al Kareem: New Media in Film Distribution in Bangladesh: Bane or Boon? Available online 8 October 2020
  5. Michael Ndonye: Media, Elections, and Ethnopolitics in Kenya: In the 2017 Elections Reportage, Ethnicity still Mattered Available online 2 October 2020
  6. Ayele Addis Ambelu: African Form of Indigenous Mass Communication in the Case of Ethiopia Available online 2 October 2020
  7. Gülhan Gündoğdu: From Dominant Perspective to Critical Perspective in Health Communication: Analysis of Turkish Television Health Programs in terms of Critical Health Communication Available online 2 October 2020
  8. Tuna Tetik & Dilay Özgüven: Reality Crime Programs in Turkish Television: The Notorious Case of Palu Family on Müge Anlı Available online 16 September 2020
  9. Changho Lee: News Podcast Usage in Promoting Political Participation in Korea Available online 16 September 2020
  10. Chukwuma Anyanwu & Elo Ibagere: Communication Vices that Engender Development: Oxymoronic Relevance of Social Media Use in Nigeria Available online 11 September 2020
  11. Mangesh Bedekar & Prachi Joshi: Cartoon Films: Made in India, How do they Fare? Available online 11 September 2020