Communication Methods and Measures
Communication Methods and Measures
Journal Title: Communication Methods and Measures
ISSN: 1931-2458
ISSN Online: 1931-2466
Publication Frequency: 4
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The aims of Communication Methods and Measures are to bring developments in methodology, both qualitative and quantitative, to the attention of communication scholars, to provide an outlet for discussion and dissemination of methodological tools and approaches to researchers across the field, to comment on practices with suggestions for improvement in both research design and analysis, and to introduce new methods of measurement useful to communication scientists or improvements on existing methods. Submissions focusing on methods for improving research design and theory testing using quantitative and/or qualitative approaches are encouraged. Articles devoted to epistemological issues of relevance to communication research methodologies are also appropriate. This journal welcomes well-written manuscripts on the use of methods as well as articles illustrating the advantages of newer or less widely known methods over those traditionally used in communication.

Peer Review Policy: All articles in Communication Methods and Measures haveundergone rigorous editor and peer review.

Subjects Covered & Scope: Communication Research Methods; Communication Studies; Supplementary material
Editor Board:

Andrew F. Hayes
Department of Psychology
The Ohio State University


Scott Reid - University of California Santa Barbara
Jörg Matthes - University of Vienna

Steven Bellman - Murdoch University
Joseph Bonito - University of Arizona
Li Cai - University of California at Los Angeles
Joseph Cappella - University of Pennsylvania
Jonathan Cohen - University of Haifa
Brenda Dervin - The Ohio State University
Travis Dixon - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Lance Holbert - Temple University
Robert Hornik - University of Pennsylvania
Lee Humphreys - Cornell University
Yong-Chan Kim - Yonsei University
Jan Kleinnijenhuis - VU University Amsterdam
Klaus Krippendorff - University of Pennsylvania
Andy Merolla - Baldwin-Wallace College
Peter Monge - University of Southern California
Jeff Niederdeppe - Cornell University
Daniel O’Keefe - Northwestern University
Mary Beth Oliver - Pennsylvania State University
Hye-Jin Paek - Michigan State University
Jochen Peter - University of Amsterdam
Kristopher J. Preacher -  Vanderbilt University
Gabriel Rossman - University of California at Los Angeles
Michael Scharkow - University of Hohenheim
Christian Schemer - University of Zurich
Bertram Scheufele - University of Hohenheim
Dietram Scheufele - University of Wisconsin-Madison
Fei Shen - City University of Hong Kong
Michael Slater - The Ohio State University
S. Shyam Sundar - Pennsylvania State University
Jens Vogelgesang - University of Muenster
Rene Weber - University of California at Santa Barbara
Werner Wirth - University of Zurich
Itzhak Yanovitzky - Rutgers University

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