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Vol 2 (2018) “Now you see me – now you don’t!” – Practices and purposes of hacking online surveillance Abstract   PDF
Mareile Kaufmann
Vol 1 (2017) Book review How To Do Critical Discourse Analysis by David Machin and Andrea Mayr, Sage, Los Angeles 2012, pp., 236, ISBN 978-0-85702-891-4. Abstract   PDF
Ewa Nowak-Teter
Vol 1 (2017) Communication in the Referendum Campaign as Exemplified by Free Broadcasts of the Entitled Entities on Polish Radio Lublin Abstract   PDF
Agnieszka Łukasik-Turecka
Vol 1 (2017) Conceptualizing mediatization: Is `Have your say´ a kind of transnational public sphere for public deliberation? Abstract   PDF
António Alberto Castro Baía Reis
Vol 2 (2018) Encryption as a Security Technology. Notes on the German Debate on encryption, Uncertainty and Risk Abstract   PDF
Linda Monsees
Vol 2 (2018) Encryption for the masses? An analysis of PGP key usage Abstract   PDF
Sven Braun, Anne-Marie Oostveen
Vol 2 (2018) Exploration of a fragmented discourse. Privacy and data security in Süddeutsche Zeitung: 2007–2017 Abstract   PDF
Florian Meissner, Gerret von Nordheim
Vol 3 (2019) Fake news w polityce. Studia przypadków Abstract   PDF
Marek Palczewski
Vol 1 (2017) Field-specific mediatization: Testing the combination of social theory and mediatization theory using the example of scientific communication Abstract   PDF
Corinna Lüthje
Vol 3 (2019) Frames of Wall Street – How America’s Candidates Perceived Financial Markets During the Presidential Campaign in 2016 – Reconnaissance Abstract   PDF
Tomasz Gackowski
Vol 2 (2018) Geomedia and privacy in context. Paradoxical behavior or the unwitting sharing of geodata with digital platforms? Abstract   PDF
Helena Atteneder, Bernhard Collini-Nocker
Vol 3 (2019) Linguistic Indicators in the Identification of Fake News Abstract   PDF
Dorota Marquardt
Vol 3 (2019) Media Ecology – (Un)necessary Research Perspective in Communication and Media Studies Abstract   PDF
Małgorzata Laskowska, Krzysztof Marcyński
Vol 2 (2018) Mediations of the body: towards biosurveillance and biocontrol Abstract   PDF
Piotr Celiński
Vol 3 (2019) Mediatization of (Im)mobility Experiences: New Media Use of (Im)mobile Groups Abstract   PDF
Sander Salvet, Anu Masso
Vol 1 (2017) Mediatization Studies and Cultural Studies: A Possible Dialogue for Further Critical Analysis? Abstract   PDF
Myriam Durocher
Vol 1 (2017) On the concept of figurations, deep mediatization, and the adulthood of media and communication studies – the interview with Andreas Hepp Abstract   PDF
Jakub Nowak
Vol 3 (2019) Political Fact-Checking in the Czech Republic on the Example of and Portals Abstract   PDF
Katarzyna Giereło-Klimaszewska
Vol 1 (2017) Populism in Bulgaria Between Politicization of Media and Mediatization of Politics Abstract   PDF
Lilia Raycheva, Dobrinka Peicheva
Vol 3 (2019) Religious Outlook in Times of Deep Mediatization. A Case Study of the Print Media of the Russian Orthodox Church in Great Britain and Ireland Abstract   PDF
Łukasz Fajfer
Vol 2 (2018) Surveillance and privacy as emerging issues in communication and media studies. An introduction Abstract   PDF
Johanna E. Möller, Jakub Nowak
Vol 2 (2018) Surveillance capitalism and privacy. Knowledge and attitudes on surveillance capitalism and online institutional privacy protection practices among adolescents in Poland Abstract   PDF
Grzegorz Ptaszek
Vol 3 (2019) The Bias of Mediatization: Utopia in Charlottesville Abstract   PDF
Nikola Mlađenović
Vol 1 (2017) The present tense of mediatization studies Abstract   PDF
Łukasz Wojtkowski
Vol 3 (2019) The Zoom Interference Model of New Media. A Metaphor-Based Dynamic Approach in the Jungle of Concepts Abstract   PDF
Katalin Fehér
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