Chinese Journal of Communication (Indexed in SSCI since 2008)
Launched in 2008, The Chinese Journal of Communication (CJC), is a scholarly publication aimed at elevating Chinese communication studies along theoretical, empirical, and methodological dimensions, while contributing to the understanding of media, information, and communication phenomena around the world. This refereed journal serves as an important international platform for scholars and students in Chinese communication studies to exchange ideas and research results. Interdisciplinary in scope, it will examine subjects in all Chinese societies in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Macau, Singapore, and the global Chinese diasporas.
The CJC welcomes scholarly works using social scientific or humanistic approaches on such topics as mass communication, journalism studies, telecommunications, rhetoric, cultural studies, media effects, new communication technologies, organizational communication, interpersonal communication, advertising and public relations, political communication, communications law and policy, and so on. Articles employing historical and comparative analysis focused on traditional Chinese culture as well as contemporary processes such as globalization, deregulation, and democratization are also welcome.
Published by Routledge, CJC is institutionally based at the Centre for Chinese Media and Comparative Communication Research, the School of Journalism and Communication, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. For more details, please visit here
Communication & Society (ICA Affiliate Journal, Indexed in TSSCI since 2013)
Communication & Society (the Journal thereafter) is a refereed journal that publishes four issues a year, in January, April, July and October. It is a joint publication of the Centre for Chinese Media and Comparative Communication Research, School of Journalism and Communication, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) and the Centre of Media and Communication Research, School of Communication, Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU).
The Journal has been accepted into the Taiwan Social Science Citation Index (TSSCI). Since January 2010, all articles have been indexed in TSSCI. In 2018, the Journal’s reputation received another boost by its acceptance as one of the top tier TSSCI journals.
The Journal was officially designated as the first Affiliate Journal of International Communication Association in 2015.
Launched in December 2006, the Journal serves the rapidly expanding research community in Greater China and other parts of the world. It aims to achieve three major goals. The first is to promote the development of communication science in Chinese through the publication of original and state-of-the-art research reports. The second is to serve as a bridge between scholarship in the East and West and to promote transborder perspectives in research. The third is to foster an interdisciplinary approach to the study of communication.
Research articles form the bulk of the Journal’s contents. It also features periodic exchanges with world-renown scholars in social science in general and communication in particular.
Professor Joseph Chan from CUHK is the Journal’s founding editor-in-chief. The current editor-in-chief is Prof. Ven-Hwei Lo from HKBU. There are nine editors, namely, Prof. Yu Huang, Prof. Xiaosui Xiao, and Prof. Yunya Song from HKBU, Prof. Prof. Anthony Fung, Prof. Christine Huang and Prof. Ran Wei from CUHK, Prof. Chingching Chang from Chengchi University, Prof. Guoliang Zhang from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Prof. Shuhua Zhou from University of Missouri and Prof. Jack Qiu from National University of Singapore.
Serving on the Journal’s editorial board are well-established scholars from around the world. Its co-sponsors include the major communication research institutions and associations from Greater China, UK and USA.
The Journal serves the whole research community and looks forward to receiving the best articles from Chinese-speaking researchers from around the world. It abides by the norms of blind review in selecting articles.
The Journal has both a print and an online version. After registering as a member on the Journal website (www.cschinese.com), readers can view and download all the Journal’s contents. Details about submission are also provided in the website for easy reference.
For more details, please visit the journal website (in Chinese)