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Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly

The statistics shown below contain data since 1 November 2018.
Basic Information

Publisher: SAGE
Founded in: 1924
URL: https://journals.sagepub.com/home/jmq
Twitter: @aejmc
Rank:
• 27/86 in Communication (Web of Science 2017)
Category: Communication

Authors per paper:
     Average: 1.7
     Median: 1
References per paper:
     Average: 61
     Median: 49
Altmetric Attention Score per paper:
     Average: 3.0
     Median: 3

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Latest papers

Journalism, Public, Policy: An Institutional View of the Press’s Legal Discourse at the End of the 19th Century
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 2019-02-11

Book Review: The Cultural Politics of U.S. Immigration: Gender, Race, and Media by Leah Perry
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 2019-02-08

Book Review: Digital Identity and Everyday Activism: Sharing Private Stories With Networked Publics by Sonja Vivienne
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 2019-02-07

Beyond Framing: A Forum for Framing Researchers
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 2019-01-30

Book Review: Bullets and Bulletins: Media and Politics in the Wake of the Arab Uprisings by Mohamed Zayani & Suzi Mirgani
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 2019-01-28

Can an Algorithm Reduce the Perceived Bias of News? Testing the Effect of Machine Attribution on News Readers’ Evaluations of Bias, Anthropomorphism, and Credibility
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 2019-01-25

“The Rippled Perceptions”: The Effects of LGBT-Inclusive TV on Own Attitudes and Perceived Attitudes of Peers Toward Lesbians and Gays
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 2019-01-24

Book Review: America, As Seen on TV: How Television Shapes Immigrant Expectations Around the Globe, by Clara E. Rodriguez
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 2019-01-11

Journalistic Views on Hard and Soft News: Cross-Validating a Popular Concept in a Factorial Survey
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 2019-01-02

Book Review: Mad Men: A Cultural History by M. Keith Booker and Bob Batchelor
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 2019-01-01

Book Review: The Past in Visual Culture: Essays on Memory, Nostalgia and the Media by Jilly Boyce Kay, Cat Mahoney, and Caitlin Shaw (Eds.) and Nostalgic Generations and Media: Perception of Time and Available Meaning by Ryan Lizardi
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 2018-12-24

Book Review: The Netflix Effect: Technology and Entertainment in the 21st Century, by Kevin McDonald and Daniel Smith-Rowsey (Eds.)
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 2018-12-21

Book Review: The Ambivalent Internet: Mischief, Oddity, and Antagonism Online by Whitney Phillips and Ryan M. Milner
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 2018-12-20

Book Review: Political Communication and Mobilisation: The Hindi Media in India by Taberez Ahmed Neyazi
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 2018-12-19

Book Review: Producing Queer Youth: The Paradox of Digital Media Empowerment by Lauren S. Berliner
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 2018-12-17

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Cited Half-Life

Cited publication years:

Cited median publication year:
2006