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This paper extends the communication theory of identity (CTI) through the revision of two of its assumptions and by introducing a fifth frame of identity: the material frame. The theory’s first assumption presents that ‘Identities have individual, enacted, relational, and communal properties’...
Rising political polarization is, in part, attributed to the fragmentation of news media and the spread of misinformation on social media. Previous reviews have yet to assess the full breadth of research on media and polarization. We systematically examine 94 articles (121 studies) that assess...
This paper discusses the assessment of quality of quantitative communication research in light of the so-called ‘replicability crisis’ that has affected neighboring disciplines. For social scientific research, it is useful to think of research results as estimates which include error. I propose...
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