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Keio Communication Review

Keio Communication Review No.43(2021.3)

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Notes for Authors in Keio Communication Review
A Media Geographic Perspective on Homeland Media Use and Diasporic Life:The Case of Koreans in Buenos Aires

LEE Kwangho and LEE Jinah
Sakazuki, Kodokushi: Website Depictions of Japanese Seniors in the Worlds Grayest Society

JI Hong, COOPER Anne, KANAYAMA Tomoko and GILLIFORD Eiko
How Are Mass Media Exposure and View of Nature Relevant to Environmental Attitude and Behavior?: Examining the Process of Media Influence with Audience Perspective

KAWABATA Miki

The Limitation of “Single Stories” in the Age of Interactive Communication and Diversity

ABE Yukiko

Editor-In-Chief|LEE Jinah

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The Emerging Social Order of Data Colonialism: Why Critical Social Theory Still Matters!

Nick COULDAY
Haw Partisan Media Influences Political Attitudes of Polarized Audience: The Role of Presumed Media Influence

LEE Jinah
Trust in Strangers: ‶Online Food Vendors” in Urban Vietnam

VU Le Thao Chi
Computopia Revisited: Yoneji Masuda's Realistic Utopianism

DUFF Alistair S., ITO Youichi
Populism and News Sources in Election Coverage: Cases of Elections for Lower House in 2012 and Upper House in 2013

MITANI Fumie

Editor-In-Chief|YAMAKOSHI Shuzo

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‶Legitimation Crisis” of Journalism in Japan

YAMAKOSHI Shuzo
Global Telepoiesis at Work: A Multi-Sited Ethnography of Media Mobilities

OGAWA NISHIAKI Yoko

Whose Voices Are Reflected in the News?: An Analysis of Newspaper Articles on the Comfort Women Issue in 2013

MITANI Fumie
Learning Curve: Regulating Public Service Broadcasting in Japan and Australia in Digital Age

Zorana KOSTIC
Note on Committee Decision

INOUE Jun

Editor-In-Chief|YAMAKOSHI Shuzo

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News Media and Public Understanding of Risk: Knowledge, Perception, and Acceptability of Nuclear Energy

LI Yiwei
China's Online Popular Nationalistic Discourse in the 2010s: From the London Olympics to the Rio Olympics

SONG Ai
Global Telepoiesis on the Edges of Times: Cities That Matter in Media Mobilities

OGAWA NISHIAKI Yoko
Relations of Race/ Color Based Policies and Backlash from Loud Voice Majority—‶Silent Majority″

NIJIMA Yoshie
Introduction to Media Communication, YAMAKOSHI Shuzo(ed.), Keio University Press, Tokyo,2017,393 Pages

LEE Jinah

Editor-In-Chief|YAMAMOTO, Nobuto Ph.D.

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Keio Communication Review No.39(2017.3)

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Homeland Media Consumption of Diasporic Mothers: The Case of Korean Migrants in Vancouver

LEE Jinah and LEE Kwangho
The Use and Abuse of Global Telepoiesis: Of Human and Non-Human Bondages in Media Mobilities

OGAWA NISHIAKI Yoko
Chinese People's Psychological Reactions to the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami: Examining the Effect of Media Exposure

LI Yiwei
Towards the New Democratic Accessibility: The Politics of Mis-Communication and Democracy 2.0

TERAOKA Tomonori

Editor|YAMAMOTO, Nobuto Ph.D.

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Keio Communication Review No.38(2016.3)

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The Politics of Malay Detective Fiction: Veiled Resistance in the 1930s British Malaya

YAMAMOTO Nobuto
Gendered Reactions to Women Politicians in japan: The Role of Media Use and Political Cynicism

LEE jinah and LEE Kwangho
The Chinese Holmes: Translating Detective Fiction In Colonial Indonesia

Elizabeth CHANDRA
Describing Reality: Murano Shirô and Modern Japan

OMURA Azusa

Editor|YAMAMOTO, Nobuto Ph.D.

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Keio Communication Review No.37 (2015.3)

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Re-examining the Journalistic Function of Public
Service Broadcasting in Japan: A Discourse
Analysis of Television News Coverage on the
Fukushima Nuclear Crisis

YAMAKOSHI Shuzo
Transnational Audiences and Homeland Public
Service Media: A Study about Japanese
International Students’ Use of NHK Programs
Oversea

DOU Xue

Multilingual Experiences, Media Consumption,
and Transnational Identity in a Double Diasporic
Context: The Case of Korean-Chinese in Japan

LEE Jinah
LEE Kwangho

NHK Coverage on the Designated Secrets Law
in Japan: “Indexing” Political Debate in the Diet

MITANI Fumie
Imperialism, Modernity, and Literature:
Why Detective Fiction Did Not Become Popular in
Early 20th Century Mexico[

ROMERO Isami
Constructing the Reality of “Media” on the
Internet: The Media Coverage of the NHK
President’s Statement and the Online Response

YAMAGUCHI Hitoshi
“There’s a west wind coming”:
Sherlock Holmes in Meiji Japan

TSUTSUMIBAYASHI Megumi

Editor|YAMAMOTO, Nobuto Ph.D.

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The Dynamics of Contentious Politics in The Indies:
Inlandsche Journalisten Bond and Persatoean Djoernalis Indonesia

YAMAMOTO Nobuto
Diasporic Identity and Media Consumption among Korean-Chinese Diaspora:
The Case of Shanghai and Tokyo

LEE Kwangho and LEE Jinah
Had Information Seeking Been Changed After 3.11 Earthquake of Japan?:
In View of Devices, Media Attitudes and SNS

LEE Hongchun and YAMAMOTO Tatsuhiro
Online Media Use During 2013 Japanese Upper-House Election:
A Content Analysis of Comments on Candidates' Facebook Pages

DOU Xue

Editor|Minoru Sugaya Mail

Keio Communication Review

Keio Communication Review No.35 (2013.3)

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After Fukushima:New Public,NHK and Japan's Public Diplomacy

Nobuto YAMAMOTO (Keio University)
Discourse Analysis on the NHK Reform:
Public Service Media and Its Audience in Japan
 
Shuzo YAMAKOSHI (Keio University)
The Regional Newspaper in Post‐Disaster Coverage:
Trends and Frames of the Great East Japan Disaster,2011

Anthony S.RAUSCH (Hirosaki University)
How some regulatory policies can undermine the success of a new technology:
a case study of digital media broadcasting in South Korea

Seunghye SOHN (Sejong University)
Social TV System for Public Broadcasting Services:
Analysis of user behavior in large-scale field trial of“teleda”

Koji OGAWA and Ritsu YONEKURA (NHK)
NHK's Disaster Coverage and the Public Value from Below:
Analysis of TV Coverage of the Great East Japan Disaster

Takanobu TANAKA (NHK)
The Role and Management of Public Service Broadcasting as Part of the Regional/Local Media Landscape
-Comparative Analyses between Japan's NHK and the UK's BBC

Yoshiko NAKAMURA (NHK)

Editor|Minoru Sugaya Mail

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Impact of ICT on Community Revitalizing Activity

Yoshihisa TAKADA,Yoshiharu FUJITA and Tomio SAKU
Social Media Usage During Disasters and Social Capital:Twitter and the Great East Japan Earthquake
 
Muneo KAIGO
The Evolution of Distance Learning and Factors Promoting ICT Use in the Pacific Islands: Forcusing on the Possibility of E-Learning Opportunities for Higher Education

Ema TANAKA
Social Groups in South Korean Television Advertising: Foreigners and Older People

Michael PRIELER
Regulations and Media Literacy Education On Online Obscene Harmful Information: A Japanese Perspective

Mayuko WATANABE
Editor|Minoru Sugaya Mail

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