The International Journal of Media Studies (IJMS) provides a venue to discuss frontier research in media and communication, foregrounding the reconfiguration of contemporary social, political, economic and technological contexts.
This international, cross-disciplinary journal engages with theoretical, empirical and methodological inquiries integral to the intersection of domains like media, communication management, mass communication, techno-science, cultural studies, film studies, journalism, policy studies, visual communication, social media, and digitality.
The aim of the journal is to develop a platform to deliberate on the issues, themes, and practices with a mandate to span disciplinary and cross-disciplinary inquiries based on both social sciences and humanities research. The International Journal of Media Studies is a double-blind peer-reviewed open access journal that will carry original research articles, research notes, book reviews, and other scholarly writings.
- Mass Communication.
- Critical Cultural Studies.
- Popular Culture.
- Digitality and New Media.
- Visual Culture.
- Television Studies.
- Film Studies.
- Media History.
- Development Communication.
- Health Communication.
- Environmental and Science Communication.
- Political Communication.
- Gender and Media.
- Race, Caste, and Religion in Media.
- Communication Theory.
- Philosophy of Communication.
- Media Semiotics.
- Journalism Teaching and Pedagogy.
Types of Entries:
- Original research articles.
- Essays in the form of commentaries or opinions on current issues in the field.
- Reviews of recent books of interest to the journal’s readership.
Authors must submit their papers electronically by using the IJMS online submission web site or via e-mail to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For submission guidelines and procedure, click here.
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