International Journal of Strategic Communication
Int J Strat Comm
Published/Hosted by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc..
ISSN (printed): 1553-118X. ISSN (electronic): 1553-1198.
The journal provides a forum for multi-disciplinary and multi-paradigmatic research about the role of communication, broadly defined, in the management of organizations. Submissions can address problems grounded in any organizational or communication discipline, but should have clear theoretical implications for how the organization functions or responds to the environment in which it operates. Articles should be solidly grounded conceptually and should extend understanding of organization or communications theory. The Journal places a premium on provocative and insightful ideas from around the world, not merely research that replicates or extends mainline research to new situations or locales. All methodological approaches are welcomed, including commentaries. Qualitative or quantitative research can draw on management science, behavioral science, communication science, other social sciences, or the arts and humanities. The International Journal of Strategic Communication (IJSC) aims at fostering understanding of the processes, prospects, and challenges of communication for organizations in a changing global society. Case studies and other research centered in a particular nation or area of the world are invited, but should address implications for other organizations, including (but not limited to) organizations that operate across nations or regions.
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