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Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2012 11:50:46 −0800

AEJMC journals are now published by SAGE.
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SAGE is proud to be the publisher of the journals of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC). Visit the journals’ new websites highlighted below and explore the exciting new features SAGE offers.

Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
Journalism & Mass Communication Educator
Journalism & Communication Monographs
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Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly (JMCQ)
Impact Factor*: 0.556 | Ranked*: 46/67 in Communication
*Source: 2010 Journal Citation Reports® (Thomson Reuters, 2011)

JMCQ focuses on research in journalism and mass communication. Each issue features reports of original investigation, presenting the latest developments in theory and methodology of communication, international communication, journalism history, and social and legal problems.

Citizen Journalism and Democracy: How User-Generated News Use Relates to Political Knowledge and Participation by Kelly Kaufhold, Sebastian Valenzuela, Homero Gil de Zúñiga

Organization-Employee Relationship Maintenance Strategies: A New Measuring Instrument by Hongmei Shen

Proposing Emotion as a Dimension of Affective Agenda Setting: Separating Affect into Two Components and Comparing Their Second-Level Effects by Renita Coleman, H. Denis Wu

Journalism & Mass Communication Educator (JMCE)

JMCE focuses on the professional needs of the journalism and mass communication educator and administrator on both secondary and collegiate levels. Articles on teaching techniques, new courses and technology help promote excellence in the classroom. Statistical information on student enrollments and career interests, trends in curriculum design, surveys and opinion polls are featured.

Equipping the Entrepreneurial Journalist: An Exercise in Creative Enterprise by Anna Hunter, François P. Nel

The New Global J-School: Issues Arising from the Internationalization and Monetization of Journalism Education by Megan Knight, Caroline Hawtin

Pretest/Posttest Assessment: The Use of an Entry/Exit Exam as an Assessment Tool for Accredited and Non-accredited Journalism and Mass Communication Programs by Tom Weir

Journalism & Communication Monographs (JCM)

JCM presents in-depth, long-form research on specific topics within journalism and mass communication. The mission of the journal is to provide a venue for scholarly works, particularly those that provide a critical or applied synthesis of significant scholarship.

The Social Gospel and the News by Ronald R. Rodgers

News and Feminism: A Historic Dialog by Bernadette Barker-Plummer

Who Speaks for Indigenous Peoples? Tribal Journalists, Rhetorical Sovereignty, and Freedom of Expression by Kevin R. Kemper

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