Aims & Scope
The International Communication Research Journal (ICRJ) encourages innovative theoretical and methodological backgrounds that advance our understanding of mass communication and news systems in developed and developing nations with clarity and updates on opportunities or challenges facing our business/profession now or the future. Studies that are grounded in empirical research are strongly encouraged. The journal seeks to address the professional, business, economic, social, ethical and environmental challenges (as well as best practices) and opportunities faced in journalism, media and mass communication in developed and developing countries around the world.
In addition to the topics outlined on the main page of the ICRJ website—about the journal—here is a summary of some of the areas that have been published in the journal in the past 49 years:
The editor welcomes original theoretical studies that examine all forms of mass communication including social media, mobile communication/journalism, legacy and futuristic media, communication journalism/media and alternative media, and others. Contributions from the international community of media and communication researchers are highly appreciated.
Please send all inquiries regarding the ICRJ to the following email only: email@example.com - or channel your inquiries via the Submit Manuscript link.