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New Online Journal

June 17, 2008

The International Journal of Communication is a new online, peer reviewed, academic journal published by the University of California’s Annenberg School for Communication. Here is a portion of the current issue’s table of contents:

  1. Transmitting Identity: Radio in Barcelona. Nancy Morris
  2. “…and money is answer for all things”: The News Corp.–Dow Jones Merger and the Separation of Editorial and Business Practices. Amit M. Schejter, Roei Davidson
  3. Distinctive Characteristics of China’s Path of ICT Development: A Critical Analysis of Chinese Developmental Strategies in Light of the Eastern Asian Model. Yu Hong
  4. Mainstream Critique, Critical Mainstream and the New Media: Reconciliation of Mainstream and Critical Approaches to Media Effects Studies? Magdalena E. Wojcieszak
  5. War Correspondents, the Military, and Propaganda: Some Critical Reflections. Douglas Kellner
  6. Korean Communication and Mass Media Research: Negotiating the West’s Influence. Jukka Pekka Jouhki
  7. Television News: Geographic and Source Biases, 1982 – 2004. Steve Jones
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