An academic ("scholarly") journal is a periodical publication in which researchers publish their scholarship. These journals serve as a way for new ideas to be presented, debated, and available to other researchers. The articles published in academic journals are written by experts, for experts, and are often very specific, use technical language, and are narrow in their scope.They are not meant for the general public.
Find Communication Journals
The International Communication Association publishes a number of important journals in the field. Their website provides information about each of the following journals, association affiliated conferences, groups, and related resources.
Click on the following journal names to browse them through the libraries:
The National Communication Association publishes eleven important journals in the field. Their website provides a broad range of information on conferences, organizations, and discipline related resources.
Here are links to their journals with access through the libraries: