Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
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Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly

2014 5-Year Impact Factor: 1.244
2014 Ranking: 34/76 in Communication
Source: 2014 Journal Citation Reports ® (Thomson Reuters, 2015)
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication

Editor
Louisa Ha Bowling Green State University, USA

eISSN: 2161430X| ISSN: 10776990|Current volume: 93|Current issue: 1 Frequency: Quarterly
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly (JMCQ) is the flagship journal of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC). It is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal ranked in the Journal Citation Reports that focuses on research in journalism and mass communication. Established in 1924, JMCQ or the Quarterly is the oldest refereed scholarly journal in mass communication and provides leadership in scholarship for the field. It serves all the divisions and interest groups of AEJMC and publishes original articles and book reviews on topics including but not limited to theoretical and methodological developments in journalism and mass communication, international communication, media technologies and society, advertising, public relations, journalism history, media law and policy, media management and economics, political communication and health communication.

This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly (JMCQ) is the flagship journal of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC). It is a quarterly, peer-reviewed ISI-ranked journal that focuses on research in journalism and mass communication. Established in 1924, JMCQ or the Quarterly is the oldest refereed scholarly journal in mass communication and provides leadership in scholarship for the field. It serves all the divisions and interest groups of AEJMC and publishes original articles and book reviews on topics including but not limited to theoretical and methodological developments in journalism and mass communication, international communication, media technologies and society, advertising, public relations, journalism history, media law and policy, media management and economics, political communication and health communication.

Editorial Management Group
David Atkin University of Connecticut, USA
Hong Cheng Virginia Commonwealth University, USA
Sei-Hill Kim University of South Carolina, USA
Wilson Lowrey University of Alabama, USA
Lana F. Rakow North Dakota State University, USA
Book Review Editor
Ronald Rodgers University of Florida, USA
Editorial Board
Alison F. Alexander University of Georgia, USA
Osabuohien P. Amienyi Arkansas State University, USA
Julie Andsager University of Tennessee, USA
Peng Hwa Ang Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Randal A. Beam University of Washington, USA
Fred Beard University of Oklahoma, USA
Christopher Beaudoin Texas A&M University, USA
Lee B. Becker University of Georgia, USA
Dan Berkowitz University of Iowa, USA
Kim Bissell University of Alabama, USA
Matthew Bunker University of Alabama, USA
Matt Carlson Saint Louis University, USA
Edward Carter Brigham Young University, USA
Iris Chyi The University of Texas at Austin, USA
Renita Coleman The University of Texas at Austin, USA
Claes de Vreese University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Bryan Denham Clemson University, USA
Francesa Dillman Carpentier University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, USA
Robert E. Drechsel University of Wisconsin, USA
Sharon Dunwoody University of Wisconsin - Madison, USA
Michel Dupagne University of Miami, USA
Erika Engstrom University of Nevada at Las Vegas, USA
Shahira Fahmy University of Arizona, USA
Leonardo Ferreira Florida International University, USA
Hernan Galperin University of Southern California, USA
Kelly Garrett The Ohio State University, USA
Bruce Garrison University of Miami, USA
Mike Gasher Concordia University, Canada
Myria Georgiou London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom
Gerard Goggin University of Sydney, Australia
Eszter Hargittai Northwestern University, USA
Elizabeth Blanks Hindman Washington State University, USA
Lance Holbert Temple University, USA
Christina Holtz-Bacha University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
Janice R. Hume University of Georgia, USA
Kenichi Ishii University of Tsukuba, Japan
Jianbin Jin Tsinghua University, China
Tom Johnson The University of Texas at Austin, USA
Spiro Kiousis University of Florida, USA
Carolyn Kitch Temple University, USA
Nete N. Kristensen University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Stephen Lacy Michigan State University, USA
Louis Leung The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
Seth Lewis University of Minnesota, USA
Carolyn A. Lin University of Connecticut, USA
Robert Logan U.S. National Library of Medicine
Jack Lule Lehigh University, USA
Jim Macnamara University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Jörg Matthes University of Vienna, Austria
Maxwell E. McCombs The University of Texas at Austin, USA
Claudia Mellado Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso (PUCV), Chile
Oren Meyers University of Haifa, Israel
Eserinune Mojaye Delta State University, Nigeria
Patricia Moy University of Washington, USA
Diana C. Mutz University of Pennsylvania, USA
Seungahn Nah University of Kentucky, USA
John V. Pavlik Rutgers University, USA
Elizabeth M. Perse University of Delaware, USA
Robert G. Picard University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Marcia R. Prior-Miller Iowa State University, USA
Jyotika Ramaprasad School of Communication, University of Miami, USA
Tom Reichert University of Georgia, USA
Churchill Roberts University of Florida, USA
Lynne M. Sallot University of Georgia, USA
Dong hee Shin Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea
Jane Singer City University of London, United Kingdom
Jeffery Smith University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA
Linda Steiner University of Maryland, USA
Jesper Strömbäck Mid Sweden University, Sweden
Federico A. Subervi-Velez Kent State University, USA
S. Shyam Sundar Pennsylvania State University, USA
George Sylvie The University of Texas at Austin, USA
David Tewksbury University of Illinois, USA
Esther Thorson University of Missouri-Columbia, USA
Lu Wei Zhejiang University, China
Ran Wei University of South Carolina, USA
Robert H. Wicks University of Arkansas, USA
Lars Willnat University of Kentucky, USA
H. Denis Wu Boston University, USA
K. Tim Wulfemeyer San Diego State University, USA
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    Any inquiries regarding manuscript submission may be directed to: Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly Editorial Office, School of Media and Communication, Bowling Green State University, West Hall 302, Bowling Green, OH 43403. Email: louisah@bgsu.edu or jmcq.electronic@gmail.com 

     

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