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Frontiers in Communication


Title Abbreviation
Front Commun (Lausanne)
Electronic ISSN
2297-900X
Readership
Artificial Intelligence Researcher, Researchers, Scientists
Scope
Frontiers in Communication is a multidisciplinary journal that focuses on advancing communication developments across society and culture, in areas including politics, health, media and industry, science and environment. Led by Field Chief Editor Prof Justin Lewis (Cardiff University, UK), this Scopus and DOAJ indexed journal welcomes research contributions in all areas of communication that advance our understanding of communication technologies and bridge the gap between theory and practice. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: Advertising and marketing communication; Culture and communication; Disaster communications; Health communication; Language communication; Media, culture and creative industries media governance and the public sphere; Multimodality of communication; Organizational communication; Science and environmental communication; Visual communication. Frontiers in Communication is a cross-disciplinary journal that seeks to develop understanding of the rapidly-changing global communication revolution and its relevance across social, economic and cultural spheres. Submissions that focus on new areas, such as multimodality of communication, advertising, and the creative industries are of particular interest.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Frontiers Media SA
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