Volume 23, Number 1, 2018
: Nerd vs. bro: Geek privilege, idiosyncrasy, and triumphalism.
: A critical discourse analysis of how the telecommunications industry influenced VoIP deregulation legislation in 36 states.
Michael J. Hughes
: What motivates the authors of video game walkthroughs and FAQs? A study of six GameFAQs contributors.
: Evoking presence in vlogging: A case study of U. K. beauty blogger Zoe Sugg.
Volume 23, Number 2, 2018
: Home, front, and mobile phones: The case of the Second Lebanon War.
Volume 23, Number 3, 2018
: Laundering women's history: A feminist critique of the social factory.
: Home inspection: Mina Rees and national computing infrastructure.
Sarah T. Roberts
: Digital detritus: 'Error' and the logic of opacity in social media content moderation.
: Data is airborne; Data is inborn: The labor of the body in technoecologies.
: Diversity work and digital carework in higher education.
Volume 23, Number 4, 2018
, Mila Gascó
: Citizens' use of microblogging and government communication during emergencies: A case study on water contamination in Shanghai.
, Ersin Dincelli
: Information strategies and affective reactions: How citizens interact with government social media content.
Volume 23, Number 5, 2018
: Open data privacy and security policy issues and its influence on embracing the Internet of Things.
Volume 23, Number 6, 2018
: Thinking relationally about digital inequality in rural regions of the U.S.
: Understanding politics more thoroughly: How highly engaged young citizens use the Internet for civic knowledge integration.
: #anawarrior identities and the stigmatization process: An ethnography in Italian networked publics.
: Animating virtual worlds: Emergence and ecological animation of Ryzom's living world of Atys.
G. Anthony Giannoumis
: Accessibility of anonymity networks: How can Web accessibility policies promote the usability of darknets for persons with disabilities?
Cristina Rosales Sánchez
: International comparison of active citizenship by using Twitter data, the case of England and the Netherlands.
Volume 23, Number 7, 2018
T. L. Cowan
: The Internet of Bawdies: Transmedial drag and the onlining of trans-feminist and queer performance archives, a workshop essay.
: "I pretended to be a boy on the Internet": Navigating affordances and constraints of social networking sites and search engines for LGBTQ+ identity work.
: Still queer - or, what is queer Internet studies for those who don't study the Internet?
Volume 23, Number 8, 2018
: Time constructs: Discursive temporality in the future Internet.
James F. Popham
: A self-efficacy informed approach to anonymously locating digital disruptors.
Anders Olof Larsson
: Thumbs up, thumbs down? Likes and dislikes as popularity drivers of political YouTube videos.
: Online self-representation in Brazil's favelas: Personalising the periphery.
: The (Post-)Digital Condition - An Interview with Felix Stalder.
Volume 23, Number 9, 2018
: Cultural literacy in the empire of emoji signs: Who is crying with joy?
Gabriele de Seta
: Biaoqing: The circulation of emoticons, emoji, stickers, and custom images on Chinese digital media platforms.
: Inciting anger through Facebook reactions in Belgium: The use of emoji and related vernacular expressions in racist discourse.
: Facial recognition, emotion and race in animated social media.
: I second that emoji: The standards, structures, and social production of emoji.
: Emoji as a 'language' of cuteness.
: Emoji at MoMA: Considering the 'original emoji' as art.
: Emoji hashtags // hashtag emoji: Of platforms, visual affect, and discursive flexibility.