Aims and Scope

The aim of the Studies in Media, Journalism, and Communications is to provide a platform for the dissemination of high-quality research and scholarship in the rapidly evolving field of media studies, journalism, and communication. The journal seeks to foster interdisciplinary dialogue, explore emerging trends, and contribute to the advancement of knowledge in these interconnected disciplines. By addressing the complex and dynamic landscape of media and communication, the journal aims to promote critical thinking, theoretical development, and practical insights that contribute to a deeper understanding of the role and impact of media in society.

The Studies in Media, Journalism, and Communications covers a broad spectrum of topics within the realms of media, journalism, and communication studies. The scope includes, but is not limited to, the following areas:

  1. Media and Society: Examining the reciprocal relationship between media and society, including the influence of media on culture, politics, and social behavior.

  2. Journalistic Practices: Investigating the evolving landscape of journalism, including ethical considerations, newsgathering techniques, and the impact of digital technologies on journalism.

  3. Communication Theory and Practice: Exploring theoretical frameworks in communication studies and their practical applications in various contexts, such as interpersonal communication, organizational communication, and strategic communication.

  4. Media Technologies: Analyzing the role of emerging technologies in media production, distribution, and consumption, and their implications for society and communication practices.

  5. Media and Cultural Studies: Investigating the intersections between media, culture, and identity, including the representation of diverse voices in media content.

  6. Digital Media and Social Media: Examining the impact of digital platforms and social media on communication patterns, information dissemination, and public discourse.

  7. Media Economics and Policy: Addressing issues related to media ownership, regulation, and the economic dynamics of the media industry.

  8. Media Literacy and Education: Exploring approaches to media literacy and education, with a focus on empowering individuals to critically engage with media messages.

The Studies in Media, Journalism, and Communications welcomes empirical research, theoretical contributions, critical reviews, and practical applications that advance our understanding of the multifaceted nature of media, journalism, and communication in contemporary society. The journal encourages submissions that foster intellectual diversity and contribute to the ongoing dialogue within these dynamic fields.