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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 19, Number 7, 2 July 2016

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OUR Walmart: a case study of connective action
pp. 907-920(14)
Author: Caraway, Brett

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Crowds and value. Italian Directioners on Twitter
pp. 921-939(19)
Authors: Arvidsson, Adam; Caliandro, Alessandro; Airoldi, Massimo; Barina, Stefania

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Between-team communication in the intercultural context
pp. 940-955(16)
Authors: Xiao, Lu; Huang, Dongyan

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Sharing the small moments: ephemeral social interaction on Snapchat
pp. 956-977(22)
Authors: Bayer, Joseph B.; Ellison, Nicole B.; Schoenebeck, Sarita Y.; Falk, Emily B.

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Protest leadership in the age of social media
pp. 994-1014(21)
Authors: Poell, Thomas; Abdulla, Rasha; Rieder, Bernhard; Woltering, Robbert; Zack, Liesbeth

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Self-tracking as communication
pp. 1015-1027(13)
Authors: Lomborg, Stine; Frandsen, Kirsten

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