CEJC

About the Journal

“Central European Journal of Communication” (ISSN 1899-5101) is the scientific journal of the Polish Communication Association. It engages in critical discussions on communications and media in Central Europe and beyond. The Journal welcomes submissions of both theoretical and empirical research from a wide range of disciplinary approaches. We also publish book reviews, notes on methodology, conference reports, interviews with scholars and media practitioners (policy-makers and journalists).

Announcements

Special Issue 2023 “Reinventing Media Diversity: Change Management for Social Innovation” submissions

2022-12-17

The “Central European Journal of Communication” and the Norway-grants funded „Diversity Management as Innovation in Journalism” research project (2021-2023) invite scholars from a broad range of disciplines to submit extended abstracts for a special issue under the theme of: “Reinventing Media Diversity: Change Management for Social Innovation”, focusing on the political, social, and cultural implications of enhancing diversity in the media.

Our Timeline:

Deadline for extended abstracts (max. 500 words): January 31, 2023

Invitation to submit a full paper: February 15, 2023

Full paper submission: May 31, 2023

Peer review and copyediting: Summer/Autumn 2023

Publication: October/November 2023

Read more about Special Issue 2023 “Reinventing Media Diversity: Change Management for Social Innovation” submissions

Current Issue

Vol. 15 No. 2(31) (2022): Spring 2022
CEJC 15-2(31) Spring 2022

Editor: Michał Głowacki, University of Warsaw, Poland
Guest Editor: Anda Rožukalne Rīga Stradiņš University, Latvia

 

We dedicate the Spring 2022 issue of the Central European Journal of Communication to Professor Bogusława Dobek-Ostrowska to celebrate the 40th anniversary of her scholarly career and achievements. We are grateful to Bogusława for her contribution to media systems and journalism culture scholarship in Central and Eastern Europe, alongside the scientific community-building in Poland and beyond.
Bogusława served as the President of the Polish Communication Association (2008–2013) and Editor-in-Chief of the Central European Journal of Communication from its early days on (2008–2019).
We thank Bogusława for her advice and lengthy support towards the fundamental values and societal mission connected with communication and media studies.
We highly appreciate her dedication and enthusiasm and wish her all the best for her Jubilee!

Iwona Hofman
President, the Polish Communication Association

Michał Głowacki and Agnieszka Stępińska
Editors, the Central European Journal of Communication

 

Published: 2022-09-22

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“Central European Journal of Communication” (ISSN 1899-5101) is the official Journal of the Polish Communication Association. It engages in critical discussions on communications and media in Central Europe and beyond. The Journal welcomes submissions of both theoretical and empirical research from a wide range of disciplinary approaches. We also publish book reviews, notes on methodology, conference reports, interviews with scholars and media practitioners (policy-makers and journalists).