Catalan Journal of Communication & Cultural Studies 13.2 is out now (Special Issue: ‘The Breakthrough of Digital Health’)


Intellect announced that Catalan Journal of Communication & Cultural Studies 13.2 is now out

Special Issue: ‘The Breakthrough of Digital Health’

Aims and Scope

The Catalan Journal of Communication & Cultural Studies (CJCS) aims to provide an international discussion forum for critical thought and study. CJCS is committed to publishing research and scholarship on the analysis of media and culture. The journal pays attention to original research, particularly but not exclusively, related to the Catalan cultural and media systems.

CJCS’s approach is multidisciplinary, publishing articles dealing directly or through a comparative frame with media and communication history, media and cultural policies, audience and reception studies, cultural and national identity, media discourses, intercultural communication, sport and media, language and media language uses, new media and the Internet, gender studies, cinema, popular culture, media and cultural industries, public relations, advertising, tourism and cultural heritage. All the submissions and proposals must be sent to the electronic address of the journal.

CJCS publishes two issues per year containing peer reviewed articles, research notes and commentary, contemporary events, trends and debates, interviews, key documents and book reviews. Its overall aim is to disseminate research that will inform and stimulate scholarly interest in the above-mentioned fields.

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