MedieKultur

MedieKultur is a peer-reviewed journal of media and communication research. It publishes articles in Danish and English.

Aims and scope: “The aim of MedieKultur is to contribute to critical reflection and the development of theories and methods within media and communication research. MedieKultur publishes works of relevance to the community of researchers in Denmark exploring media and communication in political, economic, cultural, historic, aesthetic and social contexts. MedieKultur does not represent particular theories or methods, but rather focuses on innovative perspectives and clear argumentation. MedieKultur also publishes theme issues with the aim of bringing Danish and international media and communication research into dialogue. Accordingly, MedieKultur is a publication forum for Danish and international researchers. The journal addresses students, educators and researchers at relevant educational and research institutions as well as individuals working in the media business.”

Open call for papers: “MedieKultur continues to have an open article section in addition to the themed section. We welcome contributions dedicated to the study of media and communication from around the world. We are interested in studies in all areas of media and communication research. Contributions may introduce new aspects of media and communication research in the field of political, economic, historical, aesthetic, or social contexts. We are especially interested in articles which promote critical reflection and the further development of theory and method within media and communication studies.”

Frequency: 1–2 issues per year

Launched: 1986

Peer reviewed: yes, double-blind review

Open access: yes

Languages: English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian

Genres: research article, book review

Length of research articles: 6,000–8,000 words including end notes and headers (excluding reference list and abstract)

Reference style: APA style

Book reviews: yes

Publisher: IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Venue of publication: Copenhagen

Publication level: 2 in Denmark, 1 in Finland, 1 in Norway

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

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