IJoC special section

In June 2015, the International Journal of Communication published a special section based on some of the best papers presented at our 2014 qualitative political communication research ICA preconference. See the full table of contents below.

Qualitative Political Communication| Introduction ~ The Role of Qualitative Methods in Political Communication Research: Past, Present, and Future ABSTRACT PDF
David Karpf, Daniel Kreiss, Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Matthew Powers 19 pgs.
Qualitative Political Communication| Managing the Digital News Cyclone: Power, Participation, and Political Production Strategies ABSTRACT PDF
Michael Serazio 19 pgs.
Qualitative Political Communication| To Implement or Not to Implement? Participatory Online Communication in Swiss Cities ABSTRACT PDF
Ulrike Klinger, Stephan Rösli, Otfried Jarren 21 pgs.
Qualitative Political Communication| Backstage Media-Political Elite Negotiations: The Failure and Success of Government Pitch ABSTRACT PDF
Tine Ustad Figenschou, Kjersti Thorbjørnsrud 19 pgs.
Qualitative Political Communication| Sharing the News: Journalistic Collaboration as Field Repair ABSTRACT PDF
Lucas Graves, Magda Konieczna 19 pgs.
Qualitative Political Communication| Labor Unions, Social Media, and Political Ideology: Using the Internet to Reach the Powerful or Mobilize the Powerless? ABSTRACT PDF
Jen Schradie 21 pgs.
Qualitative Political Communication| Understanding the Impact of the Transnational Promotional Class on Political Communication ABSTRACT PDF
Melissa Aronczyk 20 pgs.
Qualitative Political Communication| From Wizards and House-Elves to Real-World Issues: Political Talk in Fan Spaces ABSTRACT PDF
Neta Kligler-Vilenchik 20 pgs.
Qualitative Political Communication| Locating the Politics in Political Consumption: A Conceptual Map of Four Types of Political Consumer Identities ABSTRACT PDF
Lucy Atkinson 20 pgs.
Qualitative Political Communication| Trace Interviews: An Actor-Centered Approach ABSTRACT PDF
Elizabeth Dubois, Heather Ford 25 pgs.