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. 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
  2. Seyed Kamaleddin Mousavi & Marzieh Ahmadi Milasi: Students’ Social Apathy in Real and Virtual Worlds: A Comparative Study Available online 28 April 2021
  3. Ayşe Aslı Sezgin: Investigation of Social Approaches in Different Countries towards Suicide of the Blue Whale Game through Newspaper News Available online 12 March 2021
  4. Butler Cain: “Silly and Superficial”: Headline Tone in Press TV and Voice of America Coverage of the U.S. Withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action Available online 12 March 2021
  5. Ahmed Deen & Po-Lin Pan: Using Smartphone as a Journalistic Tool: An Examination of Ethical Codes in Mobile Journalism in Saudi Arabia Available online 16 February 2021
  6. Ayo Osisanwo: This Virus is a Common Threat to All Humans: Discourse Representation of COVID-19 in Selected Newspaper Editorials Available online 12 February 2021
  7. Richard Bowyer: Where Have All the Stories and Voices Gone in Local Newspapers? The Effect Falling Advertising Revenues and the Rise of the Web Have Had on English Regional Newspapers Available online 1 February 2021
  8. Mulatu Alemayehu Moges: Ethiopian Media: Journalists Trends of Using Sources in Reporting Stories Available online 17 December 2020
  9. Dmitry Strovsky & Ron Schleifer: Soviet Politics and Journalism under Mikhail Gorbachev’s Perestroika and Glasnost: Why Hopes Failed Available online 03 December 2020
  10. Saiyeed Shahjada Al Kareem: New Media in Film Distribution in Bangladesh: Bane or Boon? Available online 8 October 2020