Southern Review produces three issues per year. Southern Review is an interdisciplinary journal focussing on the connections between communication and politics. Since its inception in 1963, Southern Review is interested in communication and cultural technologies - their histories, producers, policies and texts. It welcomes articles that connect these areas either to arenas of legislative or parliamentary politics or to broader negotiations of power. Southern Review's editors welcome articles from researchers working in history and media studies, politics, sociology, cultural and literary studies, philosophy, legal studies, and education studies; articles which can contribute to the particular perspectives developed through the journal in recent years. For example, the role of neo-rhetorical and historical description and analysis of media, attention to the formative role of cultural and communication technologies, and the need for engagement with questions of politics or governance that extends beyond ideology critique. Southern Review's new focus on the connections between communication and politics will contribute to a distinctive and under-served publishing space in the humanities and social sciences.
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