Intellect is exhibiting virtually at the ANZCA 2023 Conference
The Australia and New Zealand Communication Association conference will take place 21-24 November in Wellington, New Zealand. More information about the conference can be found here.
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We publish a range of communication and media and cultural studies journals, including Journal of New Zealand & Pacific Studies, Australian Journalism Review, Australasian Journal of Popular Culture, Interactions: Studies in Communication & Culture and many more.
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The Journal of New Zealand & Pacific Studies is a trans-disciplinary publication focusing on the range of issues and subjects which are relevant to New Zealand and Pacific studies, with a priority for the latter given to Polynesia and the South Pacific. The Journal of New Zealand & Pacific Studies is sponsored by the New Zealand Studies Association (NZSA). This title is indexed with Scopus. For more information, to access the journal or to subscribe visit the Discover platform here.
Australian Journalism Review publishes articles on a broad range of perspectives relating to journalism research, practice and education. Its emphasis is on original theoretical, empirical and applied research, but it also provides opportunities to canvass perspectives on current debates on research, practice and education through commentary pieces on specific topics. AJR is the journal of the Journalism Education and Research Association of Australia. This title is indexed with Scopus. For more information, to access the journal or to subscribe visit the Discover platform here.
The Australasian Journal of Popular Culture is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal devoted to the scholarly understanding of everyday cultures. It is concerned with the study of the social and cultural meanings that are produced and circulated through everyday media and practices as products of consumption. It explores popular narratives and iconographies as intellectual objects of inquiry, and as integral components of the dynamic forces that shape societies and identities. The journal publishes articles that focus on Australasian examples, as well as broader critical and comparative topics viewed through a global lens. This title is indexed with Scopus. For more information, to access the journal or to subscribe visit the Discover platform here.
Interactions: Studies in Communication & Culture recognizes the interdisciplinary nature of the fields of media, communication and cultural studies. This peer-reviewed journal engages readers and contributors from different parts of the world in a critical debate on the myriad interconnections and interactions between communication, culture and society at the outset of the twenty-first century. For more information, to access the journal or to subscribe visit the Discover platform here.
The Catalan Journal of Communication & Cultural Studies (CJCS) aims to provide an international discussion forum for critical thought and study, covering a range of topics and research forms with a multidisciplinary approach. This title is indexed with Scopus and the Web of Science’s Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI). For more information, to access the journal or to subscribe visit the Discover platform here.
The Journal of Visual Political Communication (formerly known as The Poster) is devoted to the exploration of political forms of persuasive visual communication. This peer-reviewed journal offers a space for studies that explore the aesthetics and design, persuasive content and intended and empirical impacts of visuals within the context of political communication. We invite papers that offer contributions to visual political communication theory and broaden understanding of how visuals are used by a range of political actors and citizens within political contexts, or a combination of approaches that explore both theory and practice. The journal seeks to provide significant insights into the role of visuals within the political communication environment across the world. Twitter: @journal_visual Formerly published as The Poster (ISSN 20403704, Online ISSN 20403712) For more information, to access the journal or to subscribe visit the Discover platform here.
European Journal for the Philosophy of Communication (Empedocles) aims to provide a publication and discussion platform for those working at the interface of philosophy and the study of communication, in all its aspects. This double-blind peer-reviewed journal is published in cooperation with the Section for the Philosophy of Communication of ECREA, the European Communication Research and Education Association. This title is indexed with Scopus and the Web of Science’s Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI). For more information, to access the journal or to subscribe visit the Discover platform here.
Journal of Global Diaspora and Media (GDM) is a peer-reviewed journal that provides a platform to theorize the complexities of the notion of diaspora and investigate the representations of diaspora people in the diasporic media and mainstream media from an interdisciplinary approach. The journal explores the roles played by the media to project the diaspora voices and facilitate their engagement and interaction with communities, agencies and governments at home and host nations. GDM is associated with ECREA DMM and IAMCR/DIM. This title is indexed with Scopus. For more information, to access the journal or to subscribe visit the Discover platform here.
The International Journal of Media & Cultural Politics is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal committed to analysing the politics of communication(s) and cultural processes. It addresses cultural politics in their local, international and global dimensions, recognizing equally the importance of issues defined by their specific cultural geography and those that traverse cultures and nations. This title is indexed with Scopus and the Web of Science’s Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI). For more information, to access the journal or to subscribe visit the Discover platform here.
The Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies is a peer-reviewed journal that aims to bridge the gap between media and communication research and actors within media production, i.e. broadcasters, newspapers, radio, Internet-based media outlets, etc. It is devoted to research with an applied angle in which a clear link is made between the prevalent theories and paradigms media and communication scholars work with, and the real world where media and communication activities take place. This title is indexed with Scopus and the Web of Science’s Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI). For more information, to access the journal or to subscribe visit the Discover platform here.
New edited collection that discusses, and recommends solutions to, challenges facing journalism in this digital age. It draws attention to seven key factors that not only highlight the present crisis in journalism, but also indicate the steps we need to take to safeguard and enhance trustworthy journalism for the future. 2 b&w illus
Digital Platforms and the Press argues that there is a growing risk of a platform-dependent press, which threatens democracies across the world. The book provides the first comprehensive account of how platform dependence manifests across the news media sector. 7 b/w illus. A PDF version of this book is available for free in Open Access: https://openresearchlibrary.org/viewer/61c9d395-19af-4c75-a9c1-b61b494e155b. It has been made available under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Public License and is part of Knowledge Unlatched.
Interdisciplinary collection exploring cities and urban spaces in the context of technological and digital innovation. An approachable discussion of the issues surrounding smart digital futures and the disruptive potential of smart technologies in our cities; issues of change, design, austerity, ownership, citizenship and equality. 29col and 3b&w.A PDF version of this book is available for free in Open Access: Equality in the City. It has been made available under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Public License and is part of Knowledge Unlatched.
Explores nature, cognition and society as an interwoven tapestry across disciplinary boundaries, examining how information and communication are instrumental in and for living systems. Integrates a fuller and richer account through the physical, life, cognitive, social sciences and the arts. Second in the MEDIA-LIFE-UNIVERSE trilogy. 51 b&w illus.This is the second volume in the MEDIA • LIFE • UNIVERSE Trilogy.
Brings together a breadth of perspectives addressing media materialities, and their significance to the study of media, culture, and society. Offers new thinking and perspectives on media materialities, including work that explores media materiality, and the past, physical and digital tensions and media materialities in digital games. 32 b&w illus.
Media Pluralism and Online News reassesses policy ideas of media pluralism in a platformised world. The book analyses how automated curation now shapes visibility of news content with consequences for how citizens become informed. 15 b/w illus.
An analysis of the city of Melbourne using a wide range of historical, literary and artistic sources, including writers on modernity and the modern city. This environmental humanities and eco-cultural study of the history and culture of Melbourne and its site places it within the international context of other cities, such as Paris and London. Podcast: My Marvellous Melbourne, episode 12: http://mymarvellousmelbourne.net.au/?p=320
The concept of radical intimacies is about a closeness to the world created through our relations, towards decolonization of knowledge and the public sphere. The political dimension involves qualities that enable alternatives to extractive relationalities imposed by capitalism. Engages design with media, communication and art. 50 col. illus.' Radical Intimacies promo video
Edited collection examining the position of women in context of the political economy of the media. Discusses historically rooted masculinity, sexism, violence, inequality, underrepresentation, dual expectations, and lack of recognition faced by women in the media, looking particularly at gendered newsrooms and who creates the news. 9 b&w illus.
Writing Belonging at the Millennium brings together two pressing and interrelated matters: the global environmental impacts of post-industrial economies and the politics of place in settler-colonial societies.