International Journal of Listening
International Journal of Listening
Journal Title: International Journal of Listening
ISSN: 1090-4018
ISSN Online: 1932-586X
Publication Frequency: 3 issues per year
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Aim & Scope:

The International Journal of Listening (IJL) serves as an outlet for the publication of scholarly research in listening. IJL focuses on aspects of listening in a variety of contexts, including professional, interpersonal, public/political, media or mass communication, educational, intercultural, and international (including second language acquisition contexts). The Journal publishes studies of listening utilizing a variety of methodologies, such as empirical, pedagogical, philosophical, and historical methods.

The Journal publishes original research from a wide variety of disciplines: media studies, mass communication, interpersonal communication, communication theory, intercultural communication, business communication, rhetorical studies, American, and cultural studies. Please note that the scope of the journal does not include those disciplines that are more medical-physiological in orientation, such as speech and language pathology, strict cognitive psychology, and hearing/auditory neurology.

Peer Review Policy

All Articles appearing in this journal, with the exception of invited essays and book reviews, undergo a rigorous blind review by two or three qualified reviewers


Subjects Covered & Scope: Currently known as International Journal of Listening (1995 - current) Formerly known as International Listening Association. Journal (1987 - 1994)
Editor Board:

Editor  

Margarete Imhof

Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany

Editorial Board  
 
Kimberly Batty-Herbert, South Florida Community College

Melissa Beall , University of Northern Iowa

Sheila Bentley, Bentley Consulting

Graham D. Bodie, Louisiana State University

Christopher Bond , Missouri Western State University

Richard Bommelje, Rollins College

Carol Christy, Georgia College

Pamela Cooper, University of South Carolina, Beaufort

Diana Davis , The Australian National University

Alan Ehrlich, The Center for Listening Disorders Research

Margaret Fitch-Hauser, Auburn University

James Floyd, University of Central Missouri

Jan Flynn, Georgia College

Christopher Gearhart , Tarleton State University  

Michael Gilbert, Central Michigan University

Laura Janusik, Rockhurst University
 
Shaughan Keaton, Young Harris College

Ray McKelvy, University of Maryland University College

Michael Purdy, Governers State University

Charles Roberts, East Tennessee State University

Pauline Sangster, University of Edinburgh
   
Lyman “Manny” Steil , International Listening Leadership Institute

Molly Stoltz, Valdosta State University

Susan Timm, Elgin Community College

Tuula-Riita Valikoski, University of Tampere, Tampere / Finland

James B. Weaver III, Virginia Polytechnic University

Andrew Wolvin, University of Maryland

Debra Worthington,   Auburn University


Abtracting & Indexing:

Abstracted/indexed in:ComAbstracts/ComVista, Communication & Mass Media Complete,EBSCOhost Online Research Databases,and ERIC.


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