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No 1: Studies in Communication Sciences Understanding domestic social media use among Chinese college students under the framework of uses and gratifications Abstract   PDF
Hua Pang
 
No 2 (2009): Studies in Communication Sciences Une Re-définition de la Frontière Humain-Animal à travers les Images des Médias d'Information Suisses Abstract   PDF
Valérie Gorin, Annik Dubied, Claudine Burton-Jeangros
 
No 2: Studies in Communication Sciences Vergemeinschaftung und Mutterschaft im Zeitalter des vernetzten Individuums. Zum Stellenwert digital gestützter sozialer Vernetzung im Familienalltag Abstract
Sarah Bizzarri
 
Vol 7, No 2 (2007): Studies in Communication Sciences Visual-Literacy.org. A blended E-Learning Program for Visualization in Communication, Business, and Engineering Abstract   PDF
Martin J. Eppler
 
No 2: Studies in Communication Sciences Vom „home mode“ zum „image stream“? Domestizierungstheoretische Überlegungen zum Wandel privater Bildpraxis Abstract
Wolfgang Reißmann
 
No 2 (2010): Studies in Communication Sciences Was vom Tage übrig bleibt – ein Navigationsversuch Abstract   PDF
Miriam Meckel
 
No 1: Studies in Communication Sciences Watchblogs – ein überschätztes Instrument der Medienkritik Abstract
Ralf Spiller, Matthias Degen
 
No 2 (2010): Studies in Communication Sciences Web 2.0 Literacy: Four Aspects of the Second-Level Digital Divide Abstract   PDF
Thomas Friemel, Sara Signer
 
No 1 (2010): Studies in Communication Sciences What can Journalism Scholarship tell us About Journalism? Abstract   PDF
Barbie Zelizer
 
Vol 7, No 2 (2007): Studies in Communication Sciences What is Visual Communication? Past and Future of an Emerging Field of Communication Research Abstract   PDF
Marion G. Müller
 
No 1: Studies in Communication Sciences What prevents knowledge inequalities among citizens from increasing? Evidence from direct-democratic campaigns in Switzerland Abstract   PDF
Laurent Bernhard
 
No 2 (2009): Studies in Communication Sciences When Science goes Public: From Technical Arguments to Appeals to Authority Abstract   PDF
Jean Goodwin, Lee Honeycutt
 
No 2: Studies in Communication Sciences Willingness to communicate about politics (WTCAP): A novel measure of interpersonal political discussion Abstract
Steven B. Kleinman, Erin Kleinman
 
No 2 (2010): Studies in Communication Sciences Wirtschaftsberichterstattung im Rundfunk der Schweiz. Eine inhaltsanalytische Untersuchung zu Unterschieden zwischen Sprachregionen Abstract   PDF
Katharina Sommer, Sabine Einwiller, Diana Ingenhoff, Norbert Winistörfer
 
No 1: Studies in Communication Sciences Young future PR-professionals: Perceptions of the future occupational field and assessment of current PR education. A survey of tertiary level students in Austria, Germany and Switzerland Abstract
Romy Fröhlich
 
No 2: Studies in Communication Sciences Young researchers conference of the Centre for Research on Social Interactions Abstract   PDF
Letizia Volpin, Klara Skogmyr Marian, Fabienne Gfeller, Sylvia Gonzalez, Adrian Bangerter
 
No 2: Studies in Communication Sciences Zehnder, Matthias (2017). Die Aufmerksamkeitsfalle. Wie Medien zu Populismus führen Abstract   PDF
Philipp Bachmann
 
No 2 (1992): Medienwissenschaft Schweiz | Science des mass media Suisse Zum Buchlesen von Jugend und Erwachsenen in der Schweiz Abstract
Heinz Bonfadelli
 
No 2 (1992): Medienwissenschaft Schweiz | Science des mass media Suisse Zur Fachpresse in der Schweiz Abstract
Frank Hänecke
 
Vol 7, No 2 (2007): Studies in Communication Sciences «BILDKRITIK» Die internationale Summer School von Eikones (NCCR «Iconic Criticsm») Abstract   PDF
Andreas Beyer
 
No 1: Studies in Communication Sciences “Offer No Readymade Solutions”: Men's support provision in specific episodes with an upset friend Abstract
Ira A. Virtanen, Pekka Isotalus, Shaughan A. Keaton
 
No 1: Studies in Communication Sciences “We may face the risks” … “risks that could adversely affect our face.” A corpus-assisted discourse analysis of modality markers in CSR reports Abstract
Maria Cristina Aiezza
 
No 1: Studies in Communication Sciences “What's in it for us?” Six dyadic networking strategies in academia Abstract
Nanon Labriea, Rebecca Amatia, Anne-Linda Camerinia, Marta Zampa, Claudia Zanini
 
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