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Methodological issues abound when conducting cross-cultural research. In this manuscript we discuss three methodological issues present in many cross-cultural communication studies: lack of geographic diversity, reliability, and validity. To explore these issues the Personal Report of...
This article provides a meta-analysis of the knowledge gap hypothesis literature published between 1966 and 2018. We find the basic assumption of a positive education-knowledge relationship to be supported. This result is robust across different geographical settings of the knowledge topics...
Replication is necessary for theory building and knowledge accumulation in communication science. Thus, researchers might wonder about the frequency with which we are publishing replication attempts. We analyzed a representative sample of quantitative communication research published in central...
Claims of disciplinary fragmentation in communication studies regularly rest on epistemic bases. This essay provides a counter statement, arguing that a social epistemology contains the potential to organize all communicative ways of knowing. I explore the constitutive metamodel as a plausible...
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