[Air-L] journals

Jankowski nickjan at xs4all.nl
Thu Mar 5 05:04:38 PST 2009


In my opinion, one of the most complete list of journals concerned 
with Internet and other new media is the one maintained by AoIR:

No list is complete or entirely up-to-date, and three relatively 
recent titles not (yet) on the AoIR list are:
    * Policy and Internet Science: http://www.bepress.com/pso_internet/
    * Journal of Virtual Worlds Research: 
    * International J. of Communication: http://ijoc.org

A couple longer-standing titles not on the AoIR list are:
    * Convergence, The International J. of Research into New Media 
Technologies: http://convergence.beds.ac.uk/
    * M/C Media & Culture: http://www.media-culture.org.au/
Nick Jankowski

At 01:16 5-3-2009, you wrote:

>Funny you should ask ...
>with Mia Consalvo, Robert Burnett, and the multiple contributors to our
>forthcoming _Blackwell Handbook of Internet Studies_, we've been developing
>a list of journals that might be interested in reviewing the book when it
>becomes available this fall.  The following is _not_ intended to reflect any
>sort of priority ...
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>New Media & Society
>Critical Studies in Media Communication
>Journal of Communication
>Information, Communication & Society
>Journal of Computer Mediated Communication
>Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
>Electronic Journal of Communication
>Media, Culture & Society
>First Monday
>Review of Communication
>The Information Society
>Journal of Online Behavior -- Barry Wellman was on editorial board
>Telecommunications Policy (Sandra Braman has published)
>Telematics & Informatics (Sandra Braman on editorial board)
>Nordicom Review
>International Journal of Internet Science -- Barry Wellman, editorial board
>Mobile Communication Research Annual -- Barry Wellman, editorial board
>Javnost/The Public
>European Journal of Communication
>Media, Culture, and Society
>Ethics and the Information Society
>It would be interesting to see if other AoIRists have additional
>suggestions, comments, etc.
>- charles ess
> > I apologize in advance for the absurdity of (the scope of) this 
> request--but
> > can anyone point me to a good list of some of the favorite current
> > Internet/New Media related journals. (I realize the words good 
> and favorite in
> > this context are fairly useless descriptors but didn't want this email to
> > become a paper in and of itself, so thought I'd try those words 
> out and see if
> > they'd slip past, unnoticed...)
> >
> > Thanks very much!
> > Cheers,
> > Kevin
> >
> > Kevin Sherman
> > Researcher
> > Institute of Culture, Discourse & Communication
> >
> >
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