Popular Communication: The International Journal of Media and Culture
Popular Communication: The International Journal of Media and Culture
Journal Title: Popular Communication: The International Journal of Media and Culture
ISSN: 1540-5702
ISSN Online: 1540-5710
Publication Frequency: 4
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Aim & Scope:

Popular Communication provides a forum for scholarly investigation, analysis and dialogue about communication symbols, forms, materiality, systems and networks within the context of transnational and globalized popular culture and communication. It is an international journal of media and culture that publishes articles on all aspects of popular communication in everyday life, including legacy media and new media, the Internet, advertising and consumer culture, games, print, radio, music, dance, sports, film and television, fandom, and social media. Popular Communication engages with cultural forms and texts, artifacts, events, technologies, industries,policiesand audiences through critical methods and standpoints. Popular Communication addresses these practices and phenomena in relationship to gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, and class in the political (economic), social, historical and cultural contexts in which they are a part and to which they contribute.

Peer Review Policy

All articles have undergone editorial screening; articles in special issues are commissioned, whereas all others undergo anonymous, double-blind peer review.


Subjects Covered & Scope: Broadcast Media; Film & TV Communication; Humanities; Mass Media & Communication; Media & Communications; Media & Film Studies; Supplementary material
Editor Board:
Editors:  
 
Patrick Burkart
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX, USA
 
Miyase Christensen
Stockholm University and
Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)
Stockholm, Sweden
 
Mehdi Semati
Northern Illinois University
DeKelb, IL, USA
 
Nabeel Zuberi
University of Auckland
Auckland, New Zealand

Book Review Editor

Nancy Thumim - University of Leeds, UK
 
Editorial Board  

Robin Andersen - Fordham University, USA
Mark Andrejevic - University of Iowa, USA
Olga Bailey - Nottingham Trent University, UK
Karin Becker - Stockholm University, SWEDEN
S. Elizabeth Bird - University of South Florida, USA
Robert Brookey - Ball State University, USA
Lisa Brooten - Southern Illinois University, USA
Lilie Chouliaraki - London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
Robin R. Means Coleman - University of Michigan, USA
Karen Collins - University of Waterloo, CANADA
Nick Couldry -  London School of Economics, UK 
Corey Creekmur - University of Iowa, USA
John Downing - Southern Illinois University, USA
John Nguyet Erni - City University of Hong Kong, HONG KONG
Brett Farmer - Chulalongkorn University, THAILAND
Rosa-Linda Fregoso - University of California Santa Cruz, USA
Paul Frosh - Hebrew University of Jerusalem, ISRAEL
Anthony Fung- The Chinese University of Hong Kong, HONG KONG
Myria Georgiou - University of Leeds, UK
Ian Lewis Gordon - National University of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Jonathan Gray - University of Wisconsin, USA
Judith Hamera - Princeton University, USA
C. Lee Harrington - Miami University of Ohio, USA
John Hartley - Queensland University of Technology, AUSTRALIA
François Heinderyckx - Université libre de Bruxelles, BELGIUM
April Henderson - Victoria University of Wellington, NEW ZEALAND
Andreas Hepp - University of Bremen, GERMANY
David Hesmondhalgh - University of Leeds, UK
Matt Hills - Cardiff University, UK
Koichi Iwabuchi - Monash University, AUSTRALIA
Jeffrey P. Jones - University of Georgia , USA
Steve Jones - University of Illinois, Chicago, USA
Aphra Kerr - National University of Maynooth, IRELAND
Marwan Kraidy - University of Pennsylvania, USA
Amanda Lotz - University of Michigan, USA 
Vicky Mayer - Tulane University, USA
Sharon R. Mazzarella - James Madison University, USA
Matthew P. McAllister - Pennsylvania State University, USA
David Morley - Goldsmiths College, UK
Patrick Murphy - Temple University, USA
Lisa Nakamura - University of Michigan, USA
Andy Opel - Florida State University, USA
Malcolm Parks - University of Washington, USA
Norma Pecora - Ohio University, USA
Arvind Rajagopal - New York University, USA
Michael Real - Royal Roads University, CANADA
Kristina Riegert - Stockholm University, SWEDEN
Cornell Sandvoss - University of Surrey, UK
Katherine Sender - University of Auckland, NEW ZEALAND
Jennifer Slack - Michigan Technological University, USA
Jonathan Sterne - McGill University, CANADA
William Straw - McGill University, CANADA
Serra Tinic - University of Alberta, CANADA
Angharad N. Valdivia - University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA
Janet Wasko - University of Oregon, USA
J. Macgregor Wise - Arizona State University, USA
Barbie Zelizer - University of Pennsylvania, USA

Abtracting & Indexing:

Abstracted/Indexed in: Cambridge Scientific Abstracts; EBSCOhost Online Research Databases; Family Index Database; Family & Society Studies Worldwide; Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts; Sociological Abstracts; Social Services Abstracts; and Worldwide Political Abstracts.


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