The Journal of Communications Media Studies is an annual, peer-reviewed publication publishing original research in communication studies, media studies, and related fields. Scholars are invited to submit manuscripts addressing any area of communication
and media studies, including, but not limited to: mass communication, international communication, educational technology, rhetorical approaches to media, critical cultural studies, computer mediated communication, political media, health communication,
and organizational/corporate communication.
All articles will undergo blind peer review by at least two anonymous referees. Submissions are evaluated according to the following criteria: quality of theoretical application, methodology/design, data, clarity of writing, strength of analysis, originality,
and overall contribution/relevance to the field.
The Journal of Communications Media Studies also welcomes proposals for academic book reviews. Books under review should be current (published within the last two to three years) and relevant to the field of communication and media studies. Proposals
may be sent to Assistant Editor Danielle Mehlman-Brightwell (firstname.lastname@example.org
) for consideration.