Features theoretically grounded research dealing with human symbolic exchange across the broad spectrum of interpersonal, group, organizational, cultural and mediated contexts in which such activities occur.
Features research reports, critical studies, state of the art reviews, reports of topical interest, supported opinion papers, and other essays related to the interest groups of ECA and its affiliate organizations.
Communication Reports (CR), published quarterly, is one of two scholarly journals of the Western States Communication Association (WSCA). The journal publishes original manuscripts that are short, data/text-based, and related to the broadly defined field of human communication.
Contains original empirical research in the form of brief articles on a variety of topics of human communication:
interpersonal, organizational, communication traits, intercultural, nonverbal, small group, health, persuasion, mass, political, relational, computer mediated, and life-span.
A quarterly journal that publishes original and current research papers focusing on ethnicity and culture as they interact with communication. It includes a variety of topics such as gender, ethnic representations in the media, interracial issues, cultural resistance, and much more.
Human Communication Research is one of the official journals of the prestigious International Communication Association and is read by more than 3,500 of its members. It is a top-ranked communication studies journal and one of the top ten journals in the field of human communication. Major topic areas for the journal include language and social interaction, nonverbal communication, interpersonal communication, organizational communication and new technologies, mass communication, health communication, intercultural communication, and developmental issues in communication.
The Journal of Communication (JOC) is the flagship journal of the International Communication Association. It focuses on communication research, practice, policy, and theory. The journal is a general forum for communication scholarship and focuses on intra-disciplinary research and related sub-fields.
One of two scholarly journals of the Western States Communication Association (WSCA). It has a history of history of publishing research across rhetorical and media studies, interpersonal and intercultural communication, critical and cultural studies, language behavior, performance studies, small group and organizational communication, freedom of speech, and health and family communication.
Communication Education publishes original scholarship that advances understanding of the role of communication in the teaching and learning process in diverse spaces, structures, and interactions, within and outside of academia.
A peer-reviewed publication of the National Communication Association. The journal publishes original scholarship that considers the practice and assessment of the teaching of communication across K-2, university/college, and other educational contexts.
Publishes articles on discourse areas: discourse--prose comprehension and recall, dialogue analysis, text grammar construction, computer simulation of natural language, cross-cultural comparisons of communicative competence, and other related topics.
The Journal of Nonverbal Behavior publishes peer-reviewed original theoretical and empirical research papers on all major areas of nonverbal behavior. The coverage extends to paralanguage, proxemics, facial expressions, eye contact, face-to-face interaction, and nonverbal emotional expression, as well as other relevant topics which contribute to the scientific understanding of nonverbal processes and behavior.
A peer-reviewed publication of the National Communication Association. The journal publishes original scholarship and book reviews that take a rhetorical approach to diverse texts, discourses, and cultural practices through which public beliefs, norms, identities, institutions, affects, and actions are constituted, empowered, enacted, and circulated.
This journal publishes multi-disciplinary, high quality qualitative empirical research on gendered power relations and identities in the study of work and organization exploring issues of inclusion and exclusion. It publishes quantitative work guided by critical epistemologies on issues such as the gender pay gap, flexible work, career patterns, women on boards and access to leadership positions.
Peer-reviewed articles that address all areas of business communication including, but not limited to, business composition/technical writing, information systems, international business communication, management communication, and organizational and corporate communication.
This journal publishes research articles and commentaries, invited research in brief, and book reviews in the fields of public relations, mass communications, organizational communications, public opinion formations, social science research and evaluation, marketing, management and public policy formation.
This journal seeks to provide a forum for qualitative researchers through which they can share their work with others and, in particular, discuss issues of research practice pertinent to qualitative approaches.
A peer-reviewed publication of the National Communication Association. QJS publishes original scholarship and book reviews that take a rhetorical approach to diverse texts, discourses, and cultural practices through which public beliefs, norms, identities, institutions, affects, and actions are constituted, empowered, enacted, and circulated.
The scholarly journal of the Southern States Communication Association (SSCA). The Southern Communication Journal contains research articles on the processes and consequences of human communication within a broad range of communication sub-disciplines.
One of two scholarly journals of the Western States Communication Association (WSCA). The journal is dedicated to the publication of original scholarship that enhances an understanding of human communication. Contains both theoretical and original research article from many perspectives: rhetorical and media studies, interpersonal and intercultural communication, critical and cultural studies, language behavior, performance studies, small group and organizational communication, freedom of speech, and health and family communication.
Original theoretical works, research reports, literature reviews, software reviews, book reviews and announcements. It addresses both the use of computers in psychology, psychiatry and related disciplines as well as the psychological impact of computer use on individuals, groups and society.
A quarterly journal that presents timely research articles about new developments, trends, and innovations in electronic and digital communication to advance scholarly discoveries and real-world solutions.
Contains articles of interest to the sociology discipline in general, new theoretical developments, results of research that advance understanding of fundamental social processes, and important methodological innovations.
General journal that has published articles, essays, reviews, and tutorials on various topics in the field of child development since 1930. Spanning many disciplines, the journal provides the latest research, not only for researchers and theoreticians, but also for child psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, psychiatric social workers, specialists in early childhood education, educational psychologists, special education teachers, and other researchers.
An international, multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal committed to publishing original articles, including theory and practice, philosophical underpinnings, qualitative and quantitative clinical research, and training in couple and family therapy, family interaction, and family relationships with networks and larger systems.
An international journal of applied family studies. It is a journal of the National Council on Family Relations. Articles published in Family Relations are original, innovative and interdisciplinary. Focusing on diverse families and family issues, the content always addresses the needs of practitioners, including specific recommendations for prevention and intervention.
This journal provides a specialized academic medium and main reference for the encouragement and dissemination of research on cross cultural aspects of management, work, and organization. This includes both original qualitative and quantitative empirical work as well as theoretical and conceptual work which adds to the understanding of management across cultures. The Journal also promotes an understanding of the role of culture which is able to guide both theory and practice.
This journal addresses issues of professional and academic importance concerning development between puberty and the attainment of adult status within society. The focus is specifically on adolescent development.
A monthly publication devoted to applications of experimental behavioral science research to problems of society (e.g., organizational and leadership psychology, safety, health, and gender issues; perceptions of war and natural hazards; jury deliberation; performance, AIDS, cancer, heart disease, exercise, and sports).
A journal that covers developmental psychology, educational psychology, human development and family studies, psychiatry, public health, social work, and sociology with the latest work concerning original theoretical work, empirical research as well as science-based practices regarding the early adolescent developmental period (10 through 14 years of age).
This journal features original research and theory using the variety of methods reflective of the full range of social sciences, including quantitative, qualitative, and multi-method designs; research interpretation; integrative review; reports on methodological and statistical advances; and critical discussion concerning all aspects of marriage, other forms of close relationships, and families. The journal also publishes brief reports.
A journal of original research on social and personal relationships. It publishes empirical and theoretical papers on social and personal relationships. It is multidisciplinary in scope, drawing material from the fields of social psychology, clinical psychology, communication, developmental psychology, and sociology.
This journal functions as a high-level medium of communication for psychologists, psychiatrists, biologists, criminologists, educators, and professionals in many other allied disciplines who address the subject of youth and adolescence. The journal publishes papers based on quantitative analyses, theoretical papers, and comprehensive review articles.
This journal offers the latest research, theory and empirically supported applications. It is devoted to increasing communication among specialists who are interested in the systematic study of small groups and small group phenomena.
A journal that publishes theoretical and empirical papers on the link between the individual and society. This includes the study of the relations of individuals to one another, as well as to groups, collectivities, and institutions. It also includes the study of intra-individual processes as they substantially influence, or are influenced by, social structure and process.