Russian Journal of Communication

AIMS AND SCOPE

The Russian Journal of Communication (RJC) is an international peer-reviewed academic publication devoted to studies of communication in, with, and about Russia and Russian-speaking communities around the world. RJC welcomes both humanistic and social scientific scholarly approaches to communication, which is broadly construed to include mediated information as well as face-to-face interactions. RJC seeks papers and book reviews on topics including philosophy of communication, traditional and new media, film, literature, rhetoric, journalism, information-communication technologies, cultural practices, organizational and group dynamics, interpersonal communication, communication in instructional contexts, advertising, public relations, political campaigns, legal proceedings, environmental and health matters, and communication policy. RJC is open to all methodological perspectives and welcomes theoretical, empirical, critical, comparative, historical, and interdisciplinary studies.

RJC follows a double-blind peer review process to maintain its high standard of scholarship. All research materials published in RJC have undergone rigorous evaluation, based on initial editor screening and review by at least two anonymous referees. The turn-around review time is up to a maximum of three months. RJC will be published in three online issues per year. A print and bound copy of the volume will also be published annually.

RJC regularly includes a section entitled 'What? When? Where?', which lists up-to-date information about conferences and events of interest to the readers of RJC .

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Editor:
Igor Klyukanov - Eastern Washington University, U.S.A.

Associate Editors:
Donald A. Carbaugh - University of Massachusetts-Amherst, U.S.A.
Stephen Hutchings - The University of Manchester, UK
Irina N. Rozina - Institute of Management, Business and Law, Rostov-on-Don, Russia

Book Editors:
William Graves III - Bryant University, U.S.A.
Vladimir I. Karasik - Volgograd State Pedagogical University, Russia

For additional information on RJC, visit Taylor & Francis Group online