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Journal of Media Research - Revista de Studii Media
Journal of Media Research

Publishing House: Accent Publisher
Subject(s): Social Sciences
Frequency: irregular and other
ISSN: 1844-8887
Status: Active

  • 2008
  • 2009
  • 2010
  • 2011
  • 2012
  • 2013
  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • Issue No. 2/I
  • Issue No. 3/II
  • Issue No. 4/II
  • Issue No. 5/II
  • Issue No. 1 (6)/III
  • Issue No. 2 (7)/III
  • Issue No. 3 (8)/III
  • Issue No. 1 (9)/IV
  • Issue No. 2 (10)/IV
  • Issue No. 3 (11)/IV
  • Issue No. 1 (12)/V
  • Issue No. 2 (13)/V
  • Issue No. 3 (14)/V
  • Issue No. 1 (15)/VI
  • Issue No. 2 (16)/VI
  • Issue No. 3 (17)/VI
  • Issue No. 1-2(18-19)/VII
  • Issue No. 3 (20)/VII
  • Issue No. 1 (21)/VIII
  • Issue No. 2 (22)/VIII
  • Issue No. 3 (23)/VIII
  • Issue No. 1 (24)/IX
  • Issue No. 2 (25)/IX
  • Issue No. 3 (26)/IX
  • Issue No. 1 (27)/X
  • Issue No. 2 (28)/X
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Short Description

The Journal of Media Research is a tri-annual scientific research journal focusing on the field of media and communication. The Journal of Media Research is a peer review academic publication for interdisciplinary media and communication research. We aim at publishing research papers focusing on media and communication using the methodologies of social sciences. We encourage the publication of quantitative and qualitative research. We have also a section that includes book reviews and scientific event presentations. Being located in Romania, we focus on publishing papers presenting relevant results of and theoretical developments of media and communication research in Central and Eastern Europe. The field of communication sciences is a relatively new field in Romania, continuously gaining importance within the last 15 years. The specificity of regional media development will be presented in the papers we intend to publish. Our publication also targets comparative studies between media and communication developments at local and/or global scale. Our editorial board includes scientists from both Eastern and Western Europe. Our focus is not only the so-called classical media like newspapers, radio or television but also on the internet and the new media, from the relationship between classical newspapers and online publications to the rise of online social networking. Papers on the development of advertising and public relations in Central and Eastern Europe, comparisons between the dynamics of advertising and public relations in Eastern and Western Europe and other parts of the world are also welcomed.