Volume 14, Number 1, February 2012 Editorial
: Do you identify as a gamer? Gender, race, sexuality, and gamer identity.
: Nokia's MMS: A cultural analysis of mobile picture messaging.
: Communication, community, crisis: Mapping uses and gratifications in the contemporary media environment.
, Paul S. N. Lee
: The influences of information literacy, internet addiction and parenting styles on internet risks.
: Digital prefigurative participation: The entwinement of online communication and offline participation in protest events.
: Lightness, wildness, and ambivalence: China and new media studies.
Volume 14, Number 2, March 2012 Articles
: Social media and social movements: Facebook and an online Guatemalan justice movement that moved offline.
: Politics as usual? Revolution, normalization and a new agenda for online deliberation.
Scott W. Campbell
, Nojin Kwak
: Mobile communication and strong network ties: Shrinking or expanding spheres of public discourse?
Jeffrey A. Hall
, Nancy K. Baym
: Calling and texting (too much): Mobile maintenance expectations, (over)dependence, entrapment, and friendship satisfaction.
: Elizabeth Evans, Transmedia Television: Audiences, New Media, and Daily Life.
: John Allen Hendricks (ed.), The Twenty-first-century Media Industry: Economic and Managerial Implications in the Age of New Media.
Sander de Ridder
: Christopher Pullen and Margaret Cooper (eds), LGBT Identity and Online New Media.
: Marshall T. Poe, A History of Communications: Media and Society from the Evolution of Speech to the Internet.
Volume 14, Number 3, May 2012 Articles
: (Web)sites of memory and the rise of moral mnemonic agents.
Chei Sian Lee
: Exploring emotional expressions on YouTube through the lens of media system dependency theory.
Thomas F. Corrigan
: David Domingo and Chris Paterson (eds), Making online news - Volume 2: Newsroom ethnographies in the second decade of internet journalism.
: Nick Dyer-Witheford and Greig de Peuter, Games of empire: Global capitalism and video games.
Volume 14, Number 4, June 2012 Articles
Kris M. Markman
: Doing radio, making friends, and having fun: Exploring the motivations of independent audio podcasters.
: Surveillance history and the history of new media: An evidential paradigm.
Mary A. Bock
: Newspaper journalism and video: Motion, sound, and new narratives.
: Ditching the pack: Digital media in the 2010 Brazilian congressional campaigns.
: Tensions of identity in a networked era: Young people's perspectives on the risks and rewards of online self-expression.
: Open content creation: The issues of voice and the challenges of listening.
: 'Patches don't have gender': What is not open in open source software.
: Richard Collins, Three myths of internet governance: Making sense of networks, governance and regulation.
: John Carey and Martin Elton, When media are new: Understanding the dynamics of new media adoption and use.
Volume 14, Number 5, August 2012 Articles
: Music fandom online: R.E.M. fans in pursuit of the ultimate first listen.
: The production of pro-suicide content on the internet: A counter-discourse activity.
: The rise of blogging: Articulation as a dynamic of technological stabilization.
: Privacy by design: Networked computing, 1969-1979.
: Ceci n'est pas un magazine: The politics of hybrid media in Mute magazine.
Jeremy W. Morris
: Making music behave: Metadata and the digital music commodity.
: Transcoding the news: An investigation into multimedia journalism published on nytimes.com 2000-2008.
: Global Advertising, Attitudes and Audiences.
: The Net Delusion: How Not to Liberate the World.
Stephen R. Barnard
: Digitally Enabled Social Change: Activism in the Internet Age.
Volume 14, Number 6, September 2012 Articles
, Manuel Wendelin
: ICT policy activism on a national level: Ideas, resources and strategies of German civil society in governance processes.
: Information, expression, participation: How involvement in user- generated content relates to democratic engagement among young people.
Erin A. Meyers
: 'Blogs give regular people the chance to talk back': Rethinking 'professional' media hierarchies in new media.
: Studying digital television: Two divergent approaches.
Paul E. Teusner
: Trust and Virtual Worlds: Contemporary Perspectives.
: Media and Participation: A Site of Ideological-Democratic Struggle.
Volume 14, Number 7, November 2012 Articles
: Understanding mediated appearances and their proliferation: The case of the phone rings and the 'crisis of the summons'.
: Liquid language? On the personalization of discourse in the digital era.
: The subtle nature of Facebook politics: Swedish social network site users and political participation.
, Stefan Larsson
: Intellectual property law compliance in Europe: Illegal file sharing and the role of social norms.
: Want to be on the top? Algorithmic power and the threat of invisibility on Facebook.
: 'No good for shovelling snow and carrying firewood': Social representations of computers and the internet by elderly Finnish non-users.
Kris M. Markman
: A Networked Self: Identity, Community and Culture on Social Network Sites.
: Online Territories: Globalization, Mediated Practice and Social Space.
Volume 14, Number 8, December 2012 Editorial
: Identification and the practices of identity and privacy in everyday digital communication.
: Social media and online political discussion: The effect of cues and informational cascades on participation in online political communities.
, Hyunmin Lee
: Canonical correlation analysis of online video advertising viewing motivations and access characteristics.
, Pablo Boczkowski
: Making sense of the newspaper crisis: A critical assessment of existing research and an agenda for future work.