[Air-L] CFP – A New SAGE Journal Global Media and China

Xiao Han kilou.xiao.han at gmail.com
Fri Mar 18 18:20:43 PDT 2016

Dear All, 

Please see below for some information on our new SAGE journal Global Media and China which is produced by Communication University of China
(CUC). If you are interested, please let me know. Sorry for cross-posting! 

CFP – Global Media and China 
A Publication of Communication University of China and SAGE Publishing

Daya Thussu, University of Westminster, UK

Managing Editors
Duan Peng, Communication University of China, China
Luo Qing, Communication University of China, China

Susan Brownell, University of Missouri – St. Louis, USA
Wu Mei, University of Macau, China

Editorial Assistant
Zhang Lei, Communication University of China, China

Global Media and China is a peer reviewed, open access, scholarly journal that provides a dedicated, interdisciplinary forum for international research on communication and media with a focus on China.

The journal welcomes submissions from a worldwide authorship that concentrate on both Chinese communication and media from a global perspective, and global communication and media from a Chinese perspective.

We welcome contributions covering a wide-range of topics in relation to Global Media and China, including, but not restricted to:

Chinese film and television in the global context

China's Internet and the civil society

New technologies of communication and the development of Chinese society

Creative cultural industries of China and the world

Public diplomacy of China in the world

Chinese nationalism and its representations

Chinese immigrants and diasporic media

Interactions between digital technology and media arts in China and the world

Global Media and China publishes four types of articles:

       ·*/Original articles/*

Articles should not normally exceed 8,000 words including notes and references but excluding figures, tables and images or any supporting material that will appear as supplemental online appendices. Each article should be accompanied by an abstract, keywords and full references. Research articles can cover both traditional research fields such as journalism, television and film studies, new media, organisational communication, interpersonal communication and public relations studies, and newly emerged research approaches and interdisciplinary fields such as network analysis, data-based communication, and sub-culture studies. Theoretical essays, empirical
studies and research articles are all encouraged. Studies on the history and reform of China’s society in relation to communication are welcome, as are contributions on the multi-dimensional linkages between China and the outside world through a communicative or comparative way in a complex broader political, economic, social and cultural background.


Articles should be no longer than 5,000 words and aim to review the most significant and contemporary studies in the area. They should include abstracts, keywords and references. Commentaries can relate to either Chinese or overseas research on communication and media in China.


Translated articles, research papers and reviews up to 8,000 words in length and written in Chinese, are also accepted but only if the work itself makes a significant contribution to the Chinese perspective and provides innovative research findings for the international academic community. They should include abstracts, keywords and references.

       ·*/Book reviews/*

Book reviews should be between 1,000-1,500 words in length. They are welcomed on both classic and contemporary works on communication and media studies in China and beyond, within the broad communication field.

All types of articles are required to use APA style, 6^th edition and will go through peer-review process.

For more information about Global Media and China, please go to gch.sagepub.com <http://gch.sagepub.com/> <https://uk.sagepub.com/en-gb/eur/global-media-and-china/journal202494#description <https://uk.sagepub.com/en-gb/eur/global-media-and-china/journal202494#description>>.  The website for submissions is not yet live, but we are ready to accept submissions. Please send your abstract to Professor Duan Peng at duanpang1213 at 126.com <mailto:duanpang1213 at 126.com> <mailto:duanpang1213 at 126.com <mailto:duanpang1213 at 126.com>>. You can also direct
your enquiries to the commissioning editor Han Xiao at kilou.xiao.han at gmail.com <mailto:kilou.xiao.han at gmail.com> <mailto: <mailto:kilou_123 at me.com>kilou.xiao.han at gmail.com <mailto:kilou.xiao.han at gmail.com>>.

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