International Communication Journals  

Canadian Journal of Communication

The objective of the Canadian Journal of Communication is to publish Canadian research & scholarship in the field of communication. In pursuing this objective, particular attention is paid to research that has a distinctive Canadian flavour (sic) by virtue of choice of topic or by drawing on the legacy of Canadian theory & research. The purview of the journal is the entire field of comm studies as practiced in Canada or with relevance to Canada. 

Journal of Communication

The Journal of Communication is a general forum for communication scholarship and publishes articles and book reviews examining a broad range of issues in communication theory and research. JoC publishes the best available scholarship on all aspects of communication.

Human Communication Research

Major topic areas for the journal include language and social interaction, nonverbal, interpersonal, organizational and new technologies, group comm, mass comm, health comm, intergroup/intercultural communication, and developmental issues in communication, but research examining other areas relevant to the study of communication is welcome.

Communication Theory

Publishes research articles, theoretical essays, and reviews on topics of broad theoretical interest from across the range of communication studies. Essays, regardless of topic or methodological approach, must make a significant contribution to communication theory. Data-based papers are appropriate only insofar as they advance new theoretical developments in communication.

Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication

The Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication is a web-based journal that publishes scholarship on computer-mediated communication. Broadly interdisciplinary in scope, the JCMC publishes mostly empirical research making use of social science methods.

Communication, Culture & Critique

Publishes critical, interpretive, and qualitative research examining the role of communication and cultural criticism in today's world. The journal welcomes high quality research and analyses from diverse theoretical and methodological approaches from all fields of communication, media and cultural studies.

The Communication Review

Seeks a synthesis of concerns traditional to the fields of communication and media studies. The journal’s heuristic division of the field into three analytical perspectives provides a natural structure for creating new knowledge across conventional disciplinary boundaries: Comm and Culture, Comm as a Social Force, and Communication and Mind. The Journal seeks papers in the interdisciplinary field of media studies.


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