Articles

‘Intersectionality Went Viral’: Toxic Platforms, Distinctive Black Cyberfeminism and Fighting Misogynoir - An Interview with Kishonna Gray

‘Intersectionality Went Viral’: Toxic Platforms, Distinctive Black Cyberfeminism and Fighting Misogynoir - An Interview with Kishonna Gray

WPCC Editorial Board

2020-03-17 Volume 15 • Issue 1 • 2020

Memories of Our Youth: The Viral Spread of Radio Station Facebook Posts

Memories of Our Youth: The Viral Spread of Radio Station Facebook Posts

Daithí McMahon

2020-03-17 Volume 15 • Issue 1 • 2020

Why All the Outrage? Viral Media as Corrupt Play Shaping Mainstream Media Narratives

Why All the Outrage? Viral Media as Corrupt Play Shaping Mainstream Media Narratives

Samuel Duncan

2020-03-17 Volume 15 • Issue 1 • 2020

Understanding Viral Communism: A Thematic Analysis of Twitter During Brazil’s 2018 Elections

Understanding Viral Communism: A Thematic Analysis of Twitter During Brazil’s 2018 Elections

Helton Levy and Claudia Sarmento

2020-03-17 Volume 15 • Issue 1 • 2020

Viral Media: Audience Engagement and Editorial Autonomy at BuzzFeed and Vice

Viral Media: Audience Engagement and Editorial Autonomy at BuzzFeed and Vice

Paul Stringer

2020-03-17 Volume 15 • Issue 1 • 2020

How to Define ‘Viral’ for Media Studies?

How to Define ‘Viral’ for Media Studies?

Anastasia Denisova

2020-03-17 Volume 15 • Issue 1 • 2020

From High Visibility to High Vulnerability: Feminist, Postcolonial and Anti-Gentrification Activism at Risk

From High Visibility to High Vulnerability: Feminist, Postcolonial and Anti-Gentrification Activism at Risk

Anastasia Denisova and Michaela O'Brien

2019-09-03 Volume 14 • Issue 1 • 2019

Nomadic Transmitter: Public Sphere and Aesthetics in Brazilian Media Activism

Nomadic Transmitter: Public Sphere and Aesthetics in Brazilian Media Activism

Thiago O. S. Novaes and Francisco Antunes Caminati

2019-09-03 Volume 14 • Issue 1 • 2019

The Deferred ‘Democracy Dividend’ of Citizen Journalism and Social Media: Perils, Promises and Prospects from the Zimbabwean Experience

The Deferred ‘Democracy Dividend’ of Citizen Journalism and Social Media: Perils, Promises and Prospects from the Zimbabwean Experience

Tenford Chitanana and Bruce Mutsvairo

2019-08-20 Volume 14 • Issue 1 • 2019

Do Not Harm in Private Chat Apps: Ethical Issues for Research on and with WhatsApp

Do Not Harm in Private Chat Apps: Ethical Issues for Research on and with WhatsApp

Sérgio Barbosa and Stefania Milan

2019-08-14 Volume 14 • Issue 1 • 2019