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Journal of Advanced Research in Journalism and Mass Communication

About The Journal

Scope of the Journal

The Journal of Advanced Research in Journalism and Mass Communication (JoARJMC) is a peer-reviewed academic publication dedicated to advancing the understanding and practice of journalism and mass communication. It provides a platform for scholars, researchers, educators, and practitioners to contribute to the field through original research, theoretical insights, critical analyses, and practical applications.

Focus of the Journal

The journal welcomes submissions that explore a wide range of topics within journalism and mass communication, including but not limited to:

  1. Media Theory and Criticism: This encompasses studies that examine the theoretical underpinnings of media practices, their social and cultural implications, as well as critical analyses of media content, representations, and ideologies.
  2. Journalistic Practices and Ethics: Research focusing on the dynamics of news production, journalistic norms, professional standards, media ethics, and the role of journalists in society.
  3. Media and Society: Investigations into the relationship between media and various social, political, economic, and cultural factors, including studies on media effects, media ownership, media regulation, and media literacy.
  4. Digital Media and Convergence: Exploration of the impact of digital technologies on journalism and mass communication, including digital journalism practices, social media, online communities, and the convergence of traditional and new media platforms.
  5. Global and Comparative Media Studies: Comparative analyses of media systems, journalistic practices, and media cultures across different regions and countries, as well as studies on international communication, globalization, and media geopolitics.
  6. Media and Democracy: Research addressing the role of media in democratic processes, such as media coverage of elections, political communication, media pluralism, and the relationship between media, public opinion, and governance.
  7. Media Literacy and Education: Studies focusing on media literacy initiatives, media education programs, pedagogical approaches to teaching journalism and mass communication, as well as the development of critical media literacy skills.
  8. Emerging Trends and Innovations: Examination of emerging trends, innovations, and disruptions in journalism and mass communication, including advancements in media technologies, new media business models, and experimental forms of storytelling.

The Journal of Advanced Research in Journalism and Mass Communication (JoARJMC) aims to foster interdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration among scholars and practitioners from various fields, including journalism, communication studies, media studies, sociology, political science, cultural studies, and beyond. By promoting rigorous research, critical inquiry, and intellectual exchange, the journal seeks to contribute to the advancement of knowledge and the enhancement of professional practices in the ever-evolving landscape of journalism and mass communication.


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