The Communication, Politics and Culture journal is a double blind peer review journal with a focus on contributing to research at the nexus of communication, politics and culture across the globe.
ISSN since 2012 – 2200-6796
ISSN before 2012 – 1836-0645
In 2012 Communication Politics & Culture became an online open source journal. It is a truly international journal, and the editorial team encourages contributions from a wide range of disciplinary domains, including media and communication, cultural studies and humanities and social sciences. We seek empirical and conceptual contributions and have no preference for particular methods or approaches.
Back issues of articles are being slowly digitised and uploaded as they become available. A selected set of key articles from the past have been digitised and have been uploaded to our archive.
Articles published in Southern Review: Communication, Politics & Culture (2001–2008, volume 34 to volume 40), and subsequently in Communication, Politics & Culture (2008–2011, volume 41 to volume 44), will continue to be included in Informit’s ‘Humanities & Social Sciences’ database.
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Contributor guidelines and ethics
As an open access and publicly funded journal, Communication, Politics & Culture does not provide copyediting services. Any mistakes are the responsibility of the authors.
Research articles involving human participants may be required to provide evidence of ethical clearance by an approved review board. Find out about international standard ethics guidelines in the Singapore Statement.
Articles submitted for peer review must be original, not previously published and not currently under consideration for other journals at the time of submission. The Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) has prepared recommended guidelines for authors. While these were originally for scientific and medical research, the principles are also useful for social sciences and humanities.