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Štětka, V.; Hladík, R. (2015) Too much buzz about nothing? Uses of social media in the Czech news production. In Dobek-Ostrowska, B. and Głowacki, M. (eds.) Democracy and Media in Central and Eastern Europe 25 Years On. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Verlag, pp.195-214.

Štětka, V. (2015). The Rise of Oligarchs as Media Owners. In Zielonka, J. (ed.) Media and Politics in New Democracies. Europe in a Comparative Perspective. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 85-98.

Krobová, T., Moravec, O., & Švelch, J. (2015). Dressing Commander Shepard in pink: Queer playing in a heteronormative game culture. Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace, 9(3), article 3. doi: 10.5817/CP2015-3-3 (link)

Črnič, T. O. & J. A. Prodnik (2015). Online Deliberation Between the Weak and Strong Public Sphere. JeDEM, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 99-116. (link)

Vochocová, L.; Štětka, V. & J. Mazák (2015). Good girls don’t comment on politics? Gendered character of online political participation in the Czech Republic. Information, Communication & Society, published online first 25 Sep 2015. (link)

Prodnik, J. A. (2015). 3C: Commodifying Communication in Capitalism. In Fuchs, C. & V. Mosco (Eds.) Marx in the Age of Digital Capitalism (pp. 233-321). Brill.

Milosavljević, M.; Prodnik, J. A. & L. J. Kučić (2015). Securing the communication of journalists with their sources as a form of source protection – editorial policy of Slovenian media regarding communication and technology. Teorija in praksa, vol. 52, no. 4, pp.: 612-630.

Hladík, R. & Štětka, V. (2015). The Powers That Tweet: Social Media as News Sources in the Czech Republic. Journalism Studies, online first (link).

Balčytienė, A., Bajomi-Lázár, P., Štětka, V. and Sükösd M. (2015). Oligarchization, de-Westernization and vulnerability: Media between democracy and authoritarianism in Central and Eastern Europe. Journal of Media, Cognition and Communication 3 (1). (link)

Jebril, Nael, Matthew Loveless, and Vaclav Stetka. (2015). “Media and Democratisation: Challenges for an Emerging Sub-Field.” Medijske Studije 6 (11): 84, 98–97, 98. (link)

Prodnik, Jernej. A. (2015). Protislovja komuniciranja: h kritiki poblagovljenja v politični ekonomiji komuniciranja. Faculty of Social Sciences Ljubljana Press.

Švelch, J. (2015). Excuse my poor English: language management in English-language online discussion forums. International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 2015(232). (link)

Švelch, J., & Vochocová, L. (2015). Social Media As a New Challenge for Political Participation Research. Czech Sociological Review, 51(1), 65. (link)

Lilleker, Darren G., Jens Tenscher, and Václav Štětka. 2015. “Towards Hypermedia Campaigning? Perceptions of New Media’s Importance for Campaigning by Party Strategists in Comparative Perspective.” Information, Communication & Society 18 (7): 747–65. doi:10.1080/1369118X.2014.993679. (link)

Sherman, T., & Švelch, J. (2014). “Grammar Nazis never sleep”: Facebook humor and the management of standard written language. Language Policy, 1–20. (link)

Švelch, J. (2014). Comedy of Contingency: Making Physical Humor in Video Game Spaces. International Journal of Communication, 8(0), 2530–2552. (link)

Vobič, Igor; Brlek, Sašo A. S.; Mance, Boris; Prodnik, Jernej. A. (2014). Changing Faces of Slovenia: Political, Socio-Economic and News Media Aspects of the Crisis. Javnost – The Public, vol. 21 – 2014, No. 4, pp. 77-98. (link)

Prodnik, Jernej. A. (2014). The brave new social media: Contradictory information and communication technologies and the state-capitalist surveillance complex. Teorija in praksa, 6 (2014), pp. 1222-1241. (link)

Štětka, V. & Vochocová, L. (2014). A dialogue of the deaf, or communities of debate? The use of Facebook in the 2013 Czech Parliamentary elections campaign. Teorija in praksa, 6 (2014), 1361-1380. (link)

Štětka, V. & Mazák, J. (2014). Whither slacktivism? Political engagement and social media use in the 2013 Czech Parliamentary elections. Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace, 8(3), article 7. PDF

Ilse Mariën, Jernej A. Prodnik (2014). Digital inclusion and user (dis)empowerment: A critical perspective. info, Vol. 16 Issue 6.

Marisol Sandoval, Christian Fuchs, Jernej A. Prodnik, Sebastian Sevignani, Thomas Allmer (Eds.). Special issue: Philosophers of the World Unite! Theorising Digital Labour and Virtual Work – Definitions, Dimensions and Forms. tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique Vol 12, No 2 (2014). full issue in PDF

Štětka, V., Macková, A., & Fialová, M. (2014). A Winding Road from “Likes” to Votes. In B. Pătruţ & M. Pătruţ (Eds.), Social Media in Politics (pp. 225–244). Springer International Publishing.