The Journal of Communication (J Communication) is designed for prompt publication of original and significant articles on all aspects of Communication and media studies. The journal also covers ethical issues and counselling. It aims to serve as a forum for those who are engaged in marketing communications, communication management, mass and new media, development communication, culture studies, organizational communication. Raising issues across disciplinary boundaries and facilitating exchange of views, this journal intends to serve as a forum of social scientists, especially those who share common interests in the understanding of various problems related to contemporary society.
The journal seeks scholarly manuscripts that address one or the other aspects of the discipline of communication. The journal publishes original papers on current research and practical programmes, short notes, news items, book reviews, reports of meetings and professional announcements. Constructive criticisms and discussions of published papers and letters of relevance and interest to the readership will be published at the discretion of the Managing Editor. The journal is committed to prompt review, and priority publication is given to manuscripts with novel or timely findings, and to manuscripts of unusual interests. The researchers are invited to submit original papers in English (papers published elsewhere or under consideration elsewhere shall not be submitted).