Director, Department of Journalism and Communication
Hanover University, Germany
Emmanuel Ngwainmbi K,
Index Copernicus Value: 82.65
At the outset when the media of mass communications are pervasive and ubiquitous, Journal of Mass Communication & Journalism owes the major responsibility to explore what these developments mean to the audience and the way audience is influencing the media of mass communications. This academic journal would accept manuscripts in various broad and specific areas of research in this field, including the Newspapers, Radio, TV, Community Media, New Media, Mobile and Social Media of communication, on the way they influence various sections of our society. The manuscripts can explore various brad aspects like the history and development, innovations, trends, and the influence of the media on a cross section of population.
The journal welcomes theoretical and empirical research studies in the form of Research articles, review articles, commentaries, short communication, case reports, and editorials. Journal of Mass Communication & Journalism is an Open Access journal that provides free access to its well researched articles to its users. The journal thoroughly peer reviews the submitted manuscripts.