Journalism is a major international, peer-reviewed journal that provides a dedicated forum for articles from the growing community of academic researchers and critical practitioners with an interest in journalism. The journal is interdisciplinary and publishes both theoretical and empirical work and contributes to the social, economic, political, cultural and practical understanding of journalism. It includes contributions on current developments and historical changes within journalism.
Theoretical and Empirical Approach
The journal publishes both theoretical and empirical work and contributes to the social, economic, political, cultural and practical understanding of journalism. It includes contributions on current developments and historical changes within journalism.
The journal's two Editors, Howard Tumber and Barbie Zelizer, are based at City University and the University of Pennsylvania. Supported by a team of Contributing Editors and an Editorial Board made up of leading academics and practitioners from around the world, they will bring together research with an international focus.
Journalism covers the range of disciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches in the humanities, social sciences, professional/business studies, and practice which together make up this diverse field.
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|Frequency:||Published 8 times a year||eISSN: 1741-3001||ISSN: 1464-8849|
|Months of Distribution:||January , February , April , May , July , August , October , November||Current Volume: 14||Current Issue: 4|
|Other Titles in:||Communication & Media Studies | Journalism | Cultural Studies|