The Chinese Journal of Communication (CJoC) is a scholarly publication aimed at elevating Chinese communication studies along theoretical, empirical, and methodological dimensions, while contributing to the understanding of media, information, and communication phenomena around the world. This fully refereed journal is an important international platform for students and scholars in Chinese communication studies to exchange ideas and research results, both with each other and globally. Interdisciplinary in scope, it examines subjects in all Chinese societies in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Macau, Singapore, and the global Chinese diaspora, which, in total, account for a quarter of humanity.
The CJoC welcomes scholarly works using social scientific or humanistic approaches on such topics as mass communication, journalism studies, telecommunications, rhetoric, cultural studies, media effects, new communication technologies, organizational communication, interpersonal communication, advertising and public relations, political communication, communications law and policy, and so on. Articles employing historical and comparative analysis focused on traditional Chinese culture as well as contemporary processes such as globalization, deregulation, and democratization are also welcome.
In addition to research articles, CJoC includes reviews of the field and subfields in Chinese communication studies as well as key issues in the Chinese media industry including film, Internet, mobile communication, creative industry, to mention just a few. A particular section is devoted to book reviews on various communication processes in Chinese societies.
CJoC welcomes your submissions. For more information about submitting to the journal, please read the full instructions for authors: here.
Submit your paper online: here.
- Editor: Michael Curtin, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
- Editor: Louis Leung, The Chinese University of Hong Kong