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Articles published in Global Media Journal have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. Global Media Journal has got h-index 31, which means every article in Global Media Journal has got 31 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Global Media Journal.

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Year wise published articles

60 32 39 68 34 90

Year wise citations received

540 587 497 402 379 323
Journal total citations count 4592
Journal h-index 31
Journal h-index since 2016 21
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    Zeng MA, Dennstedt B, Koller H. Democratizing Journalism–How User‐Generated Content and User Communities Affect Publishers’ Business Models. Creativity and Innovation Management. 2016 Dec 1: 25:536-51.

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    Imamova RR, Shirieva NV, Kamalova IF. SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES OF A FOLK MUSIC ENSEMBLE: PEDAGOGICAL ASPECT. TURKISH ONLINE JOURNAL OF DESIGN ART AND COMMUNICATION. 2016 Nov 1;6:3061-6.

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    Shirieva NV, Imamova RR. Musical folk ensemble as a subject of socio-cultural activities.

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    Burgoyne, R. (2010). The epic film in world culture. Routledge.

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    Durvasula, S., & Lysonski, S. (2006). Impedance to globalization: the impact of economic threat and ethnocentrism. Journal of Global Marketing, 19(3-4), 9-32.

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    Weeks, M. (2015). American Beauty: The art of work in the age of therapeutic masturbation. European Journal of American Culture, 34(1), 49-66.

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    West III, T. J. (2018). History's Perilous Pleasures: Experiencing Antiquity in the Postwar Hollywood Epic (Doctoral dissertation, Syracuse University).

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    TOMBUL, I. DEĞİŞEN DEĞERLER VE YABANCILAŞMA BAĞLAMINDA SÄ°NEMADA ÖZNENÄ°N DÄ°JÄ°TALLEŞEN YALNIZLIĞI. Ä°nönü Üniversitesi Ä°letişim Fakültesi Elektronik Dergisi (Ä°NÄ°F E-Dergi), 6(1), 312-328.

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    Henry, D. M., & Higate, D. P. (2009). Insecure spaces: peacekeeping, power and performance in Haiti, Kosovo and Liberia. Bloomsbury Publishing.

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    Piggin, J. (2008). Power, politics and policy: creating, deploying and resisting meaning in New Zealand public sport policy (Doctoral dissertation, University of Otago).

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    Artz, L. (2003). Globalization, media hegemony, and social class. The globalization of corporate media hegemony, 3-31.

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    King, C. R., Lugo-Lugo, C. R., & Bloodsworth-Lugo, M. K. (2010). Animating difference: Race, gender, and sexuality in contemporary films for children. Rowman & Littlefield.

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    Lee, L. (2009). young American immigrant children's interpretations of popular culture: a case study of Korean girls' perspectives on royalty in Disney films. journal of early childhood research, 7(2), 200-215.

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    Leventi-Perez, O. (2011). Disney's Portrayal of Nonhuman Animals in Animated Films Between 2000 and 2010.

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    Lee, R. L. (2006). “Becoming an American princess?”: The interpretations of American popular culture by young Korean girls living in the United States (Doctoral dissertation, Indiana University).

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    Turner, P., Hetherington, R., Turner, S., & Kosek, M. (2015). The limits of pretending. Digital Creativity, 26(3-4), 304-317.

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    Kwon, J. W. (2006). The development of digital cultural products in the age of globalization: Focusing on the Korean digitalized animation industry. Temple University.

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    BAYIR, E., & GÜNŞEN, G. (2017). Okul öncesi dönem çocuklarının en çok izledikleri çizgi filmlerin bilimsel açılardan analizi. Trakya Üniversitesi Eğitim Fakültesi Dergisi, 7(2), 746-761.

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    Christopoulou, M. (2008). Conceptualising a visual culture curriculum for Greek art education (Doctoral dissertation, Roehampton University).

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    Douglas, T. (2014). Tales of the tribes: Pardhan Gond adoption of new media. The South Asianist Journal, 3(1).

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