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John Fiske and the building of cultural studies2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (1): 3-13
  • Graeme Turner
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
'Elf lives matter'? The racial dynamics of participatory politics in a predominantly white fandom2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (1): 14-29
  • Stephanie Betz
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
Poetic resistance: Karen long-distance nationalism, rap music, and YouTube2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (1): 30-50
  • Charlotte Hill
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
Globalization from above and below: rejecting superficial multiculturalism and igniting anti-Korean sentiment in Japan2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (1): 51-67
  • Min Wha Han
  • David Oh
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
Activism to make and do: the (quiet) politics of textile community groups2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (1): 86-101
  • Helen Warner
  • Sanna Inthorn
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
Mermaids as market creators: cultural entrepreneurship in an emerging practice2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (1): 68-85
  • Megan Dunn
  • Sara Malou Stranvad
  • Tracy C. Davis
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
Creating a patchwork of unruliness: the grumpy old woman as affect alien2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (1): 102-18
  • Sara De Vuyst
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
Playing YouTube: yow the Nancy YouTuber doll and app position children as aspiring YouTube influencers2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (2): 121-40
  • Alexandra Ruiz-Gómez
  • Crystal Abidin
  • Tama Leaver
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
Teens on screens: girls' negotiations of representation of texting in teen film2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (2): 141-56
  • Kira Clarke
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
More than a makeover: discourses of masculinity, hyposexuality, and marriage in Queer Eye: We’re in Japan!2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (2): 157-73
  • Daphne Gershon
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
Leaning in, pushed out: postfeminist precarity, pandemic labor, and journalistic discourse2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (2): 174-91
  • Brian Creech
  • Jessica Maddox
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
Everyday data cultures and USB portable flash drives2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (2): 192-209
  • Jenny Kennedy
  • Rowan Wilken
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
Convivial reflexivity in the changing city - a tale of hospitality or hostility?2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (2): 210-30
  • Afroditi-Maria Koulaxi
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
Covid-19: the cultural constructions of a global crisis2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (3-4): 233-52
  • Myra Georgiou
  • Paul Frosh
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'COVID-19: the cultural construction of a global crisis'
Post-Covid: what is cultural theory useful for?2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (3-4): 253-9
  • Nick Couldry
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'COVID-19: the cultural construction of a global crisis'
Turning disasters into crisis2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (3-4): 260-7
  • Sean Cubitt
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'COVID-19: the cultural construction of a global crisis'
An anatomy of carewashing: corporate branding and the commodification of care during COVID-192022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (3-4): 268-86
  • Andreas Chatzidakis
  • Jo Littler
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'COVID-19: the cultural construction of a global crisis'
Crisis-ready responsible selves: national productions of the pandemic2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (3-4): 287-308
  • Radha Sarma Hegde
  • Shani Orgad
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'COVID-19: the cultural construction of a global crisis'
‘Generic visuals’ of Covid-19 in the news: invoking banal belonging through symbolic reiteration2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (3-4): 309-30
  • C.W. Anderson
  • Camilla Mørk Røstvik
  • Giorgia Aiello
  • Helen Kennedy
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'COVID-19: the cultural construction of a global crisis'
Publicness and commoning: pandemic intersections and collective visions at times of crisis2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (3-4): 331-48
  • Gavan Titley
  • Myra Georgiou
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'COVID-19: the cultural construction of a global crisis'
Conjunctions of resilience and the Covid-19 crisis of the creative cultural industries2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (3-4): 349-68
  • Audrey Yue
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'COVID-19: the cultural construction of a global crisis'
We got you covered: contextualizing industry insurance practices and the response to Covid-192022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (3-4): 369-83
  • Derek Johnson
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'COVID-19: the cultural construction of a global crisis'
The house cannot be full: risk, anxiety and the politics of collective spectatorship in a pandemic2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (3-4): 384-403
  • Tupur Chatterjee
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'COVID-19: the cultural construction of a global crisis'
'The filthy people': racism in digital spaces during Covid-19 in the context of South-South migration2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (3-4): 404-27
  • Amaranta Alfaro
  • Macarena Bonhomme
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'COVID-19: the cultural construction of a global crisis'
The imaginative dimension of digital disinformation: fake news, political trolling, and the entwined crises of Covid-19 and inter-Asian racism in a postcolonial city2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (3-4): 428-44
  • Jason Vincent A. Cabañes
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'COVID-19: the cultural construction of a global crisis'
Humanizing the posthuman: digital labour, food delivery, and openings for the new human during the pandemic2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (3-4): 445-61
  • Jack Linchuan Qiu
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'COVID-19: the cultural construction of a global crisis'
Institutional trauma across the Americas: Covid-19 as a slow crisis2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (3-4): 462-78
  • Laura Robinson
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'COVID-19: the cultural construction of a global crisis'
Locating cultural studies: the limits of translation in cultural production2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (5): 481-91
  • Pallavi Rao
  • Radhika Parameswaram
  • Sriram Mohan
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
The digital creole2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (5): 492-9
  • Douglas-Wade Brunton
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
Producing Nollywood portal films: navigating precarity through informal social relations and hope2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (5): 500-17
  • Godwin Iretomiwa Simon
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
Progressive in the West, backward in the East: Shalwar’s trials with modernity2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (5): 518-35
  • Yasemin Y. Celikkol
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
Museums in the age of platform giants: disconnected policies and practices2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (5): 536-53
  • Bjarki Valtysson
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
Game of Thrones tourism and the (re)imagination of the new Northern Ireland2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (5): 554-69
  • Amanda Brandellero
  • Emily Mannheimer
  • Stijn Reijnders
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
Reorientation of foreign memories in domestic political speech: considerations and effects2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (5): 570-88
  • Tracy Adams
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
Brothers from another mother: seeing the uncanny in US popular media depictions of South Africa2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (5): 589-605
  • Rachel Lara van der Merwe
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
Migrancy and digital mediations of emotion2021 International journal of cultural studies 23 (5): 621-38
  • Donya Alinejad
  • Sandra Ponzanesi
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779introduction to special issue 'Migration, digital media and emotion'
Digital media and the affective economies of transnational families2021 International journal of cultural studies 23 (5): 639-55
  • Loretta Baldasssar
  • Raelene Wilding
  • Samiro Mohamud
  • Shane Worrell
  • Shashini Gamage
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'Migration, digital media and emotion'
Mobile-mediated mothering from a distance: a case study of Somali mothers in Port Elizabeth, South Africa2021 International journal of cultural studies 23 (5): 656-73
  • Celine Meyers
  • Pragna Rugunanan
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'Migration, digital media and emotion'
‘Everybody needs friends’: emotions, social networks and digital media in the friendships of international students2021 International journal of cultural studies 23 (5): 674-91
  • Catherine Gomes
  • Jolynna Sinanan
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'Migration, digital media and emotion'
Transnational togetherness through Rela: Chinese queer women’s practices for maintaining ties with the homeland2021 International journal of cultural studies 23 (5): 692-708
  • Haili Li
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'Migration, digital media and emotion'
(Be)Longing through visual narrative: mediation of (dis) affect and formation of politics through photographs and narratives of migration at DiasporaTürk2021 International journal of cultural studies 23 (5): 709-27
  • Mine Gencel Bek
  • Patricia Prieto Blanco
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'Migration, digital media and emotion'
Making digital ‘home-camps’: mediating emotions among the Sahrawi refugee diaspora2021 International journal of cultural studies 23 (5): 728-44
  • Silvia Almenara Niebla
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'Migration, digital media and emotion'
Regimes of visibility and the affective affordances of Twitter2021 International journal of cultural studies 23 (5): 745-65
  • Chad Thomas Van de Wiele
  • Marloes Annette Geboers
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'Migration, digital media and emotion'
Emotional practices of unaccompanied refugee youth on social media2021 International journal of cultural studies 23 (5): 766-86
  • Annamária Neag
  • Markéta Supa
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'Migration, digital media and emotion'
Migrant platformed subjectivity: rethinking the mediation of transnational affective economies via digital connectivity services2021 International journal of cultural studies 23 (5): 787-802
  • Earvin Charles Cabalquinto
  • Guy Wood-Bradley
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'Migration, digital media and emotion'
WeChat, we sell, we feel: Chinese women's emotional petit capitalism2021 International journal of cultural studies 23 (5): 803-20
  • Beatrice Zani
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'Migration, digital media and emotion'
Intersectionality: a challenge for cultural studies in the 2020s2021 International journal of cultural studies 23 (6): 823-32
  • Laura Guimarães Corrêa
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779introduction to special issue 'What is Cultural Studies'
Black cultural studies is intersectionality2021 International journal of cultural studies 23 (6): 833-9
  • Marcus Johnson
  • Ralina L. Joseph
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'What is Cultural Studies'
Social media and moral panics: assessing the effects of technological change on societal reaction2021 International journal of cultural studies 23 (6): 840-59
  • James P. Walsh
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'What is Cultural Studies'
Constructing mass tourism2021 International journal of cultural studies 23 (6): 898-915
  • Jim Butcher
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'What is Cultural Studies'