J&C Monographs

Journalism & Communication Monographs
established 1966

Journalism & Communication Monographs presents in-depth, long-form research on specific, critical, and innovative topics within journalism and mass communication.

The mission of J&C Monographs is to provide a venue for scholarly works, particularly those that provide a critical or applied synthesis of significant scholarship. Works especially are encouraged that speak to the broader field of journalism and mass communication that seek to establish Monographs as a readily available resource for understanding and advancing theory, methodology, and/or practice.

Authors will also work with the editor to include meaningful and innovative visual messages that may include photographs, informational graphics, and links to video and other materials through QR tags and other augmented reality technologies. In addition, published authors will be expected to promote the work through various social networks such as Facebook and Twitter, as well as participate in interviews presented on the AEJMC website.

Proposals and manuscripts are peer reviewed.
Completed manuscripts are approximately 75 to 100 pages with illustrations.
Published by Sage four times a year. 

Editor
Linda Steiner
University of Maryland, USA

Managing Editor
Katy June-Friesen
University of Maryland, USA

Submission Process

Following the practice common for book publication, a scholar must first submit a five to ten page proposal to start the review process. Although work can be based on previously published articles (full disclosure to the editor is ethically required), accepted manuscripts must be previously unpublished.

• For more information on the journal and how to submit a proposal, please click here.

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