Publications

  1. Papa, Venetia., Maniou, Theodora(2020).”Recurrent narratives around the COVID-19 crisis in social networks: A case study analysis on Facebook, Tripodos. Vol.27, No2, 11-28.
  2. Maniou, Theodora., Papa, Venetia., Bantimaroudis, Philimonas(2020)“Salience of Fakeness: Experimental Evidence on Readers’ Distinction between Mainstream Media Content and Altered News Stories”, Journal of Communication: Media Watch, Vol.11, No3, 386-400
  3. Papa, Venetia. (2017). “To all activists: please post and share your story”: Renewing understandings on civic participation and the role of Facebook in the Indignados movement, European Journal of Communication. (Impact Factor: 1.36-2016)
  4. Papa, Venetia., Milioni, Dimitra. (2016). “I don’t wear blinkers, all right?” The multiple meanings of civic identity in the Indignados and the role of social media, Javnost/The Public, Vol.23, No3, 209-306. (Impact Factor: 0,25-2016)
  5. Triga, Vasiliki., Papa, Venetia. (2015). “‘The poor’s have been raped’: An analysis of collective identity in Cyprus Financial Crisis on Facebook groups”, Journal of Cyprus Review, Vol. 27, No. 2, 187-216.
  6. Milioni, Dimitra L., Doudaki, Vaia., Tsiligiannis, Panagiotis., Papa, Venetia., Vadratsikas, Konstantinos. (2015). “Conflict as news and News as conflict: a multidimensional content analysis of TV news in Cyprus”, International Journal of Communication 9, 752-772. (Impact factor: 0,71 – 2015).
  7. Papa, Venetia.,Milioni, Dimitra L. (2013). “Active Citizenship or Activist Citizenship? A Framework for Studying Citizenship in New Social Movements and the Role of ICTs”, Networking Knowledge: Journal of the MeCCSA-PGN, Vol. 6, No. 3 (Protest and the New Media Ecology): 21-37.
  8. Milioni, Dimitra L., Vadratsikas, Konstantinos., Papa, Venetia. (2012). ‘Their two cents worth’: Exploring user agency in readers’ comments in online news media, Observatorio, Vol. 6, No. 3, 21-47.
In process:
  1. Theodosiadou, Sophia, Spyridou, Paschalia-Lia., Panayiotou, N., Milioni, D. & Papa, V. (2021). Journalism education in the post-truth era: An exploration of the voices of journalism students in Greece and Cyprus. Journal of Media Practice. (accepted, under revision)
  2. Maniou, Theodora & Papa, Venetia. (2021) The dissemination of science news in social media platforms during the COVID-19 crisis: Characteristics and selection criteria (under review, Observatorio)
  3. Papa, Venetia & Ioannides, Nikandros. (2021). Reviewing the Mediated Relation Between Algorithmic Curation and Platform Affordances Within Facebook: Encouraging or Discouraging Users’ Civic Participation? (under review, Journal of Communication Review)
  4. Photiades, Thomas & Papa, Venetia. (2021). ‘What’s on with ur’ emotions?’: Untangling emotional user experience on Second Life and Facebook (under review, Journal of Behaviour and Information Technology)