We welcome a variety of theoretical and methodological approaches to any subject matter dealing with international mass communication. Please consult the Aims & Scope of the journal to determine if your manuscript fits this journal. In addition, authors seeking to submit their work should first consult a Sample Issue to get familiar with the journal’s formatting and conventions. All manuscripts should be completed, original, and well cited throughout.
To make the editor’s task easier, and facilitate prompt action on your manuscript, please ensure that your manuscript complies with the following guidelines. Manuscripts that do not comply with the following guidelines will not be sent out for peer-review.
Please keep book reviews at 600-800 words (2-3 double-spaced pages). A brief advance note on your review plans will avoid duplications. We are particularly interested in (1) reviews of communication books published outside the USA and (2) English reviews of communication books written in languages other than English.
Members of the International Communication Division are very interested in learning about recently published bibliographies such as books or journal articles, or reading lists pertaining to media, journalism, or communication practices and issues around the world. If you have scholarly original publications that you wish to be publicizing, the ICRJ would be happy to publicize them both on this website and in end-matter of the journal.