|Title:||Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research|
|Publisher:||De Gruyter Mouton|
|Description:||Editors: Stefanie Averbeck-Lietz and Leen d'Haenens MPACT FACTOR 2017: 0.744
Four issues per volume (approx. 480 pages) ISSN (Print) 0341-2059 ISSN (Online) 1613-4087
"The European Journal of Communication Research" is an established forum for scholarship and academic debate in the field of communication science and research. Communication science is concerned with the investigation of the structure and function of communication processes and their impact on society, social groups and individuals. "The European Journal of Communication Research" highlights the concerns of this discipline through the publication of articles, research reports, review essays and book reviews on theoretical and methodological developments considered from a European perspective. "Communications" seeks new and original European research material in the fields of interpersonal communication, intercultural communication and mass communication.
"Communications" publishes contributions on communication theory and the philosophy of communication, including contemporary ideas such as cultural studies, gender studies, semiotics or pragmatism.
"Communications" collects material concerned with the interaction and interrelations between language and communication, communication and technology, and communication and gender.
"Communications" monitors research on communication in different settings and contexts, such as political communication, health communication, marketing communication, and communication within complex organizations. "Communications" focuses on media history and media development. It comments on aspects of cultural change resulting from new technologies and their impact on people´s lives.
"Communications" discusses the frameworks within which people communicate and use communication technology. It reports on the production and reception of mediated messages and the role that media technologies and electronic networks play in these processes.
"Communications" encompasses, in other words, the entire field of communication science as its domain of interest.
"Communications" is a peer-reviewed journal of international scope.