The Spring 2021 edition of our International Communication Research Journal (ICRJ) is here.
We debut our Analytical Commentary on agenda-setting research from an international perspective, by Prof. Wayne Wanta, former AEJMC president.
We also have a longitudinal research that examines how U.S. presidents, from LBJ to Obama, set their foreign policy agenda vis-à-vis international news coverage.
We showcase how the official Chinese media use the notion of “Western Hostile Force” for state-sponsored propaganda, especially in times of internal strife. Peace
Journalism remains a contentious territory. In this edition, two articles apply the model to journalism practice in Ethiopia and Bangladesh, and also in the examination of the Chibok Girls’ abduction by the Boko Haram terrorist organization in Nigeria.
In our book review section, we present another exciting book titled, Reporting climate change in the global North and South: Journalism in Australia and Bangladesh.
Members and subscribers should expect their copies in the mail. You can access the online copy here.
Don’t forget to navigate to our online submission system in order to send your manuscript(s) or analytical perspective/commentary to the Editor. Engage by sharing the attached pdf copy of the journal with friends and colleagues in your professional network. Thankyou.