Latest Issue of Journal of New Communications Research Now Available

by Jennifer McClure

The Society for New Communications Research is pleased to announce that the latest issue of the Journal of New Communications Research is now available. This issue features nine papers, including:

Featured Contributed Articles:

“Enterprise Adoption of Advanced Collaborative Tools: A Case Study of Telecom Companies” by Jacques Bughin

“States of Emergency – “Limited” Press Freedom and the Role of Blogs: A Bangledesh Context” by Masadul Biswas and Lance Porter, Ph.D.

“The Misuse of Social Media: Reactions to and Important Lessons from a Blog Fiasco” by Kelli S. Burns, Ph.D.

“Agenda Setting: Independent vs. Corporate Media” by Jenny Fremlin

“Blogs as the People’s Archive: The Phantom Public and Virtual Presence” by Dr Yasmin Ibrahim, Ph.D.

New Independent Research by Society for New Communications Research Fellows:

“Social Media Adoption Among the Inc. 500” by Dr. Nora Ganim Barnes, Ph.D

“The Psychology of Social Media” by David Phillips

Research Updates from the Society for New Communications Research:

“Society for New Communications Research Study: Exploring the Link Between Customer Care and Brand Reputation in the Age of Social Media” by Dr. Nora Ganim Barnes, Ph.D

“Society for New Communications Research Study: Exploring the ROI of Online Press Releases” by Dr. Mihaela Vorvoreanu, Ph.D

The JNCR is distributed as a print publication, with an accompanying wiki to allow for collaboration, discussion, debates, and updates. In addition, it is available as an electronic journal via PDF.

In addition, the Society for New Communications Research seeks submissions and sponsors for future issues of the Journal of New Communications Research. See submission guidelines at http://sncr.org/journal.

Many thanks to our JNCR sponsors: Business Wire, Nuance Communications, Inc. and Vocus for making this publication possible.