Journal of Intercultural Communication

The Journal of Intercultural Communication is a peer-reviewed journal promoting research, education, and training in the area of intercultural communication. The journal publishes articles in English.

Aims and scope: “The goal of the journal is to promote research along with education and training in the area of intercultural communication. The journal is an outgrowth of the activities of NIC: the Nordic Network for Intercultural Communication. The great interest shown in NIC activities pointed to a need for more peer-reviewed journals within the area of intercultural communication. By starting and continuing this journal, we hope to foster research and facilitate contacts between interested researchers as well as provide better possibilities for peer-reviewed publication. We welcome contributions, both original research and reviews, concerning all areas of intercultural communication and cross-cultural comparison.”

Frequency: 3 issues per year

Launched: 1999

Peer reviewed: yes, double-blind review

Open access: yes

Languages: English

Genres: research article

Length of research articles: 8,000 words (including abstract, references, and appendices)

Reference style: APA style

Book reviews: no

Publisher: The Immigrant Institute, Sweden

Venue of publication: Gothenburg

Publication level: 1 in Finland, 1 in Norway

Indexing: CrossRef, Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)

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