The Journal of Communication (JOC) is the flagship journal of the International Communication Association, concentrating on communication research, practice, policy, and theory. Journal of Communication also features an extensive book review section, and the symposia of selected studies on current issues.
International forum publishing high quality, original research into the theoretical development of communication from across a wide array of disciplines, such as communication studies, sociology, psychology, political science, cultural and gender studies, philosophy, linguistics, and literature.
Human Communication Research has a broad social-science focus and strong emphasis on theory-driven research, the development of new theoretical models in communication, and the development of innovative methods for observing and measuring communication behavior.
JCR is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original scholarship that promotes critical engagement with rhetorical dimensions of current events. JCR specifically seeks to publish scholarship that evidences how rhetorical criticism and theory can help promote a more informed public that is better able to take part in a democratic society
Rhetoric Society Quarterly, the official journal of the Rhetoric Society of America, features original articles on all areas of rhetorical studies including theory, history, criticism, and pedagogy. The journal addresses an interdisciplinary audience of scholars and students of rhetorics who work in communication studies, English studies, philosophy, politics, and other allied fields.
Provides a forum for multidisciplinary research and analysis to assess the many intersections among communication, media, society and environmental issues.
Full text articles available in Communication & Mass Market Complete and Taylor & Francis Social Science & Humanities Library databases.
Women's Studies in Communication (WSIC) provides a feminist forum for diverse research, reviews, and commentary addressing the relationships between communication and gender. Topically and methodologically inclusive, WSIC publishes quantitative, qualitative, and critical communication scholarship drawing from a variety of areas including but not limited to interpersonal, organizational, performance, rhetoric, media, and cultural studies.
Published by The Organization for Research on Women and Communication.
Full text available in Communication & Mass Media Complete, Taylor & Francis Social Science & Humanities Library and Gender Watch databases.
Owned and managed by the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University, regularly publishes theoretical and empirical papers based on dissertations and on the work of more established scholars, as well as interdisciplinary work in organizational theory, and informative book reviews.
Management Communication Quarterly (MCQ) is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes on a quarterly basis. MCQ publishes conceptually rigorous, empirically-grounded, and practice-relevant research with strong appeal across all disciplines concerned with organizational studies and the management sciences.
The journal publishes research reflective of the breadth of communication concentrations including interpersonal, small group, organizational, intercultural, international, health, media, performance, persuasion, political, public address, rhetorical, and digitally generated communication.
Manuscripts relating directly to the understanding of human communication; research reports, critical studies, state of the art reviews, supported opinion papers, and other essays selected through blind review.
A journal of the Western States Communication Association featuring 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.