The Art of Communication

Discover Oxford University Press’ collection of freely available communication articles and chapters exploring topics such as journalism and digital communication.

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“Journalism and Intellect”

“Introduction to Economic Inequality and News Media: Discourse, Power, and Redistribution

“Introduction to Visual and Multimodal Communication

“Introduction to The Oxford Handbook of Digital Technology and Society

“Introduction to Shifting Dynamics of Contention in the Digital Age

“Introduction to Credible Threat

“'Anything that Causes Chaos': The Organizational Behavior of Russia Today (RT)”

“Communication Science and Meta-Analysis: Introduction to the Special Issue”

"Don’t Stress Me Now: Assessing the Regulatory Impact of Face-to-Face and Online Feedback Prosociality on Stress During an Important Life Event”

“To Affinity and Beyond: Clicking as Communicative Gesture on the Experimentation Platform”


“The impacts of integrated media systems and social media in news”

“The Origins of Bearing Witness While Black”

“Journalists’ Mnemonic Techniques and the Rise of Trumpism”

“Post-Post-Truth: An Adaptationist Theory of Journalistic Verism”

Digital Communication

“Introduction to Making It Personal

“The Smartphone Decade: An Introduction”

“Communication in the Networked Age: An Introduction”

“Computer-Mediated Communication in the Age of Communication Visibility”

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