The Communication Review
Published/Hosted by Taylor and Francis Group.
With the goal of exploring new, disciplined approaches to communication studies, The Communication Review seeks a synthesis of concerns traditional to the field of communication and humane studies scholarship. The journal's heuristic division of the field into three analytical perspectives provide a natural structure for creating new knowledge across conventional disciplinary boundaries: Communication and Culture, probing the questions of producing meaning and interpretation by way of analyzing culture through the visual and dramatic arts, folklore, literature, sociology, anthropology, and in the interdisciplinary tradition of cultural studies; Communication as a Social Force, focusing on the historical evolution and contemporary transformation of mass communications, telecommunications, and information systems, emphasizing their political-economic, technological, and institutional dynamics; Communication and Mind, examining the individual socially constituted through language and other media in their cultural and economic contexts. The editors view these as different theoretical perspectives on the study of communication processes. The journal is interested in a variety of theoretical challenges to, and perspectives on, orthodox categories in our field. We particularly encourage historical work, feminist work, and visual work, and invite submissions from those employing critical theoretical and empirical approaches to a range of topics under the general rubric of communication research.
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