The Journal for Communication and Culture is an online scholarly publication founded and edited by the Institute for Communication and Culture. It mainly addresses researchers and scholars whose work relates to social sciences or the study of humanities.
JCC focuses on philosophical approaches to human communication and the human condition. Authors publishing in the journal are experts or researchers in academic disciplines such as philosophy, anthropology, cultural and ethnic studies, history, literature, and linguistics. Before being published, all articles are peer-reviewed by at least two referees.
JCC is published online once a year in English (except the special issues) and mainly comprises academic articles and book reviews. Articles usually published in our journal range between 3500 and 7500 words and book reviews between 1000 and 2000 words.
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