New Media and Mass Communication

New Media and Mass Communication is a peer-reviewed journal published by IISTE. The journal publishes original papers at the forefront of Media and Mass Communication Research. The journal is published in both printed and online versions. The online version is free access and download.

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Please follow the following two files to prepare your paper, then send it to NMMC@iiste.orgIndex of this journal:
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The IC Impact factor value of this journal is 5.5

The publication charge of this journal: 160 USD (online publication only) or 165 USD (online publication + 2 hard copies)
Posted: 2011-11-04
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Vol 105 (2023)

Table of Contents


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Framing of Police Enforcement of the Covid-19 Laws in Kenya: A Comparative Analysis of the Daily Nation and Standard Newspapers PDF
Sarah Mauti, Mwangi, M., Kamau 1-11
Enhancing English Language Skills for Professional Domains: Strategies for Clear and Concise Professional Communication PDF
Atikur Rahman, Fahamida Akter 12-16
Social Media Marketing and Its Effect on Consumer Buying Behavior, Brand Loyalty, and Brand Relationships: A Study of the Media Industry PDF
Atikur Rahman 17-25
Semiotic Analysis of Facebook Video Ads: The Case of Renault Kadjar PDF
Youssef AIT KERROUM, Mariam BAKKALI, Hamid ISSAFI 26-34
The Driving Role of Martial arts in the New Era of China-Africa Cultural Exchanges PDF
Taling Tene Rodrigue, Guo Shoujing, Xu Wei 35-45
Analysis of police public image construction in the short video platform-- Taking public security type TikTok account as an example PDF
Man Gao 46-49
Social media, Keyboard Disruptors, and Fake Protesters during protest movements in Nigeria PDF
Temple Uwalaka, Bigman Nwala 50-61
Professor Lai Oso: Tribute to a Departed Scholar and Icon of Nigerian Journalism PDF
Pelumi Folajimi 62-63
Advertisements on TV or Online: Which makes customers more likely to buy? With the mediating role of length of the video PDF
M. S. Ishar Ali, T. Baskar 64-73

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