Academic Journal Structure

The topic of academic journal structure refers to the content of, in this case, communication studies journals. More simply, it refers to what types of research one is likely to find in particular journals. This topic is relevant not only to the student but also to the scholar seeking to publish his or her original research. In this entry, most of the principal journals in communication studies are characterized as a guide for the reader beginning with the most general publications and moving to the most specialized ones.

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