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Review of Communication
Review of Communication
Journal Title: Review of Communication
ISSN: 1535-8593
ISSN Online: 1535-8593
Publication Frequency: 4 issues per year
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Aim & Scope: The Review of Communication publishes scholarship that advances the discipline of communication through the study of major themes that cross the disciplinary sub-fields. Following the intellectually and academically cosmopolitan tradition of the journal, we invite substantive essays that not only review controversies and trajectories in communication scholarship but that, in so doing, make a contribution to the major issues that span our disciplinary divides. Review of Communication is unique in this focus on broad trends, topoi, and impasses in the study of communication. Such macro-interpretive studies may be historical, theoretical, philosophical, qualitative, quantitative, rhetorical, or syncretic, but they share the purpose and promise of moving scholarship forward by providing clarity, insight, nuance, or sophistication to our understanding of where we are and where we have been. We especially welcome essays that use those insights to build theory, advance our understanding of a method, extend or challenge a current paradigm, bridge a divide, clarify a term or concept, or demonstrate a pragmatic function. Likewise, The Review of Communication invites review essays that situate multiple recent books in the discipline within broader disciplinary and trans-disciplinary conversations. The lengthier review essay format allows reviewers the opportunity not only to discuss a constellation of books, but to study the emergence of trends, norms, or themes within the discipline of communication and across the humanities and social sciences. All review papers in this journal have undergone editorial screening and peer review.
Subjects Covered & Scope: Communication Studies; NCA Website Collection; Supplementary material
Editor Board:
Editor:
Pat J. Gehrke  - University of South Carolina, USA

Editorial Assistant:
Anthony Stagliano - University of South Carolina, USA
 
Editorial Board:
Rasha Abdulla - American University of Cairo, Egypt 
Tamara Afifi - University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Walid Afifi - University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Brenda Allen - University of Colorado, Denver, USA 
Corey Anton - Grand Valley State University, USA
Ronald C. Arnett -  Duquesne University, USA
Jeffrey Bennett - University of Iowa, USA
Barbara A. Biesecker - University of Georgia, USA
Art Bochner - University of South Florida, USA 
Sonja Brown-Givens - State University of New York, Empire State College, USA 
Isaac Catt - Millersville University, USA
Maurice Charland - Concordia University, Canada
Karma R. Chavez - University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
James Chesebro - Ball State University, USA 
Dana L. Cloud - University of Texas, Austin, USA
Nick Couldry - Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
Diane Davis - University of Texas, Austin, USA
Erik Doxtader - University of South Carolina, USA
Sue Drucker - Hofstra University, New York, USA
Norah E. Dunbar - University of Oklahoma, USA
Rosa A. Aberly - Pennsylvania State University, USA
Christina R. Foust - University of Denver, USA
Joshua Gunn- University of Texas, Austin, USA
Robert Hariman - Northwestern University, USA
Christine Harold - University of Washington, USA
Michael J. Hyde - Wake Forest University, USA
Øyvind Ihlen - University of Oslo, Norway
Robert L. Ivie - Indiana University, USA
Ronald L. Jackson II - University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA 
William Keith - University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Gary Kreps - George Mason University, USA
Lenore Langsdorf - Southern Illionis University, Carbondale, USA
John Louis Lucaites - Indiana University, USA
Steven Mailloux - Loyola Marymount University, USA
Josina Makau - California State University, Monterey Bay, USA
Raymie E. McKerrow -  Ohio University, USA
Dennis K. Mumby - U niversity of North Carolina, USA
Tom Nakayama - Northeastern University, USA
Kent A. Ono - University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA
Amit Pinchevski - Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Carol Poster - York University, Canada
Ramsey Eric Ramsey - Arizona State University, USA
Erin J. Rand - Syracuse University, USA
Kenneth Rufo - University of Washington, USA
Philippe-Joseph Salazar - University of Cape Town, South Africa 
Deanna Sellnow - University of Kentucky, USA
Peter Simonson - University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
Mary E. Stuckey - Georgia State University, USA
Sunwolf - Santa Clara University, USA  
Bradford Vivian - Syracuse University, USA

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