Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies
Continuum J Media Cult Stud
ISSN (printed): 1030-4312. ISSN (electronic): 1469-3666.
Continuum is an academic journal of media and cultural studies. For over a decade it has contributed to the formation of these disciplines by identifying new areas for interrogation and developing new agendas for investigation in the fields. The journal has consistently provided a space for important new voices in media and cultural studies, while also featuring the work of internationally renowned scholars. Continuum is now one of the most highly regarded and most cited journals in media and cultural studies. The journal is of central importance to all scholars involved in the research and teaching of media and cultural studies. It provides vital information and ideas for thinking about the formations of media in culture and the culture of media. The journal editors are interested in papers investigating the relationship between media texts and wider questions of culture. Particular areas of interest include the formation of communities, publics and nations; questions of taste and value; international mediascapes; policy, industry and academic interventions; issues around the disciplinary status of history, media studies, cultural studies, philosophy and visual arts; and questions around technologies, identities and cultures. Continuum is edited from Australia, with an international scope. It is affiliated with the Cultural Studies Association of Australia.
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