International Journal of Strategic Communication
International Journal of Strategic Communication
Journal Title: International Journal of Strategic Communication
ISSN: 1553-118X
ISSN Online: 1553-1198
Publication Frequency: 4
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Aim & Scope:

Aim
The International Journal of Strategic Communication aims to advance the theoretical and practical development of strategic communication globally. The journal represents a multi-national effort to integrate various communication disciplines into a
coherent body of knowledge and facilitate the emergence of strategic communication as a domain of study. The journal seeks to define the field of strategic communication and to provide a forum for multidisciplinary approaches and research traditions. It espouses a truly international perspective that gives voice to cross-cultural research and scholars in all regions of the world.

Scope
The International Journal of Strategic Communication examines the philosophical, theoretical, and applied nature of strategic communication, which is “the purposeful use of communication by an organization to fulfill its mission.” IJSC provides a foundation for the study of strategic communication from diverse disciplines, including corporate
and managerial communication, organizational communication, public relations, marketing communication, advertising, political and health communication, social marketing, international relations, public diplomacy, and other specialized communication areas. The IJSC is the singular forum for multidisciplinary inquiry of this nature.

Manuscripts submitted to IJSC must be clearly positioned within the broad framework of strategic communication and contribute to its body of knowledge. Papers based in single disciplines, i.e. traditional public relations or marketing communications theory, are not suitable. Moreover, research questions and topics addressed should be valuable for a global readership. While
international, comparative, and cross-cultural topics are especially welcome, research with a regional or national focus is suitable if insights transfer to other parts of the world. Contributions must clearly reflect the scope and audience of the journal. All submitted manuscripts receive initial appraisal by the Editor, and if found suitable for further consideration, undergo double-blind peer review by independent, anonymous expert referees. Submit manuscripts at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/hstc.


[1] Hallahan, K., Holtzhausen, D., van Ruler, B., Vercic, D., & Sriramesh, K.(2007). Defining strategic communication. International Journal of Strategic Communication, 1(1), 3-35.


Subjects Covered & Scope: Business, Management and Accounting; Communication Studies; Economics, Finance, Business & Industry; Humanities; Media & Communications; Media & Film Studies; Public Relations; Public Relations in Media; Supplementary material
Editor Board:
Editors:
 
Ansgar Zerfass
Institute for Communication and Media Science Communication Management in Politics and Organizations
Universität Leipzig
PO Box 100920, D-04009 Leipzig
21 Burg St., D-04109 Leipzig
Tel. +49-341-97-35040
Fax   +49-341-97-35049
Email: zerfass@uni-leipzig.de
 
Kelly Page Werder
School of Mass Communications
University of South Florida
4202 E. Fowler Ave., CIS 1040
Tampa, FL 33620-7800
Office: (813) 974-6790
Fax: (813) 974-2592
Email: kgpage@usf.edu
 
Editorial Board:

Derina R. Holtzhausen, Founding Editor and Advisor, Oklahoma State University, USA
Kirk Hallahan, Founding Editor, Colorado State University, USA

Ronald B. Anderson, University of Texas at Austin, USA
Nilanjana Bardhan, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale, USA
Bruce K. Berger, University of Alabama, USA
Carl H. Botan, George Mason University, USA
Peggy Simcic Brønn, Norwegian Business School, Norway
Glen T. Cameron, University of Missouri, USA
Valerie Carayol, Université de Bordeaux, France
W. Timothy Coombs, University of Central Florida, USA
Patricia A. Curtin, University of Oregon, USA
Christine Daymon, Murdoch University, Australia
Nigel Martin de Bussy, Curtin University, Australia
Sabine Einwiller, University of Vienna, Austria 
Jesper Falkheimer, Lund University, Sweden
Sherry Ferguson, University of Ottawa, Canada
Maria Aparecida Ferrari, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
Kati Förster, University of Vienna, Austria
Jami A. Fullerton, Oklahoma State University, USA
Linda Hon, University of Florida, USA
Emanuele Invernizzi, IULM University, Italy
Winni Johansen, Aarhus University, Denmark
Spiro Kiousis, Unive rsity of Florida, USA
Alexander V. Laskin, Quinnipiac University, USA
Maria E. Len-Rios, University of Missouri, USA
James Raymond Macnamara, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Juan-Carlos Molleda, University of Florida, USA
Angeles Moreno, University Rey Juan Carlos, Spain
Judy Motion, University of New South Wales, Australia
Ayla Okay, Istanbul University, Turkey
Donnalyn Pompper, Temple University, USA
Zeny Sarabia-Panol, Middle Tennessee State University, USA
Andrej Skerlep, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Jesper Strömbäck, Mid Sweden University, Sweden
Maureen Taylor, University of Oklahoma, USA
Simon Møberg Torp, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
Katerina Tsetsura, University of Oklahoma, USA
Ana Tkalac Vercic , University of Zagreb, Croatia
Sonja Verwey, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
StefanWehmeier, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universität Greifswald, Germany
Candace White, University of Tennessee, USA
Shelley Wigley, University of Texas at Arlington, USA
Guido Zurstiege, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, Germany

Abtracting & Indexing: Abstracted and/or indexed in: ComAbstracts and ComVista; and ERA: Humanities and Creative Arts (HCA).
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