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Communication Research and Practice
Communication Research and Practice
Journal Title: Communication Research and Practice
ISSN: 2204-1451
ISSN Online: 2204-1451
Publication Frequency: 4 issues per year
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Communication Research and Practice aims to publish research that contributes to international scholarship and practice in the broadly defined field of communication. The journal aims to be broadly inclusive and interdisciplinary, with a particular interest in such fields as: digital media and internet studies; organisational and interpersonal communication; journalism, public relations and advertising; intercultural communication; international communication; and political communication. The journal will be open to contributions from across humanities and social sciences, and to contributions relating to communications practice (e.g. public relations, journalism, visual communication, digital media practice), and applications of communication theory (e.g. promotional campaigns, organisational and industry analyses, public policy deliberations).

The journal is supported by the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association (ANZCA). It derives its primary intellectual identity from the contribution of scholars in Australia, Aotearoa New Zealand, and the Asia-Pacific region, while also publishing work of interest to international readers, and research by international scholars that ensures issues and concerns relevant to this region are examined in international contexts. Communication Research and Practice will publish original empirical studies and essays commenting on current issues relevant to the region, as well as papers that advance theoretical and conceptual development in the communication field. It is particularly interested in supporting original and innovative work by early career researchers in this region.

Articles should be 6,000-8,000 words in length, and must not exceed 9,000 words including tables, references, captions, footnotes and endnotes. Book reviews, notes and commentaries may be shorter in length.

Peer review policy

All research articles will be processed via a double blind peer-review process.


Subjects Covered & Scope: Arts; Communication Studies; Supplementary material
Editor Board:
Editor-in-Chief
Terry Flew, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
 
Editorial Assistant
Bonnie Rui Liu, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
 
Editorial Advisory Group
Diana Bossio, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Alison Henderson, University of Waikato, New Zealand
Tama Leaver, Curtin University, Australia
Terence Lee, Murdoch University, Australia
Colleen Mills, University of Canterbury, New Zealand 
 
Editorial Board Members
Chika Anyanwu, Charles Sturt University, Australia
Jennifer Bartlett, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
George Cheney, University of Utah, USA
Geoffrey Craig, University of Kent, UK
Cate Dowd, University of New England, Australia
Lee Edwards, University of Leeds, UK
Shiv Ganesh, Massey University, New Zealand
Gerard Goggin, The University of Sydney, Australia
Folker Hanusch, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
John Hartley, Curtin University, Australia
Christine Huang, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Sal Humphreys, University of Adelaide, Australia
Ang Peng Hwa, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 
Dal Yong Jin, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Trisha Lin, Nanyang Technology University, Singapore
Steven Maras, University of Sydney, Australia
Kerry McCallum, University of Canberra, Australia
Debashish Munshi, University of Waikato, New Zealand
Linda Putnam, University of California Santa Barbara, USA
Ellie Rennie, Swinburne University, Australia
Cynthia Stohl, University of California Santa Barbara, USA
Jiro Takai, Nagoya University, Japan
C. Kay Weaver, University of Waikato, New Zealand
Dwayne Winseck, Carleton University, Canada
Elaine Ying Zhao, University of New South Wales, Australia
Ted Zorn, Massey University, New Zealand 

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