The International Communication Association publishes six major peer reviewed journals: Journal of Communication, Communication Theory, Human Communication Research, Communication, Culture & Critique, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication,
The Annals of The International Communication Association (formerly Communication Yearbook).
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The Communication Handbooks Series
The International Communication Association and Routledge are copublishing a series of scholarly handbooks that represent the interests of ICA members and help to further the association's goals of promoting theory and research in the communication discipline.
Thus far, five books in the series have been published: The Handbook of Election News Coverage Around the World, The Handbook of Journalism Studies, The Handbook of Communication Ethics, The Handbook of Comparative Communication Research,
The Handbook of Intergroup Communication.
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ICA Annual Conference Theme Book Series
As of 2013, ICA and Peter Lang Publishing started co-publishing papers from ICA's annual conference theme sessions in the form of edited collections. Written in an engaging style, these volumes are meant to appeal to a wider audience and to reach scholars
in other disciplines outside of Communication Studies. As such, the collections are not conference proceedings per se but a unique set of selected essays that capture the insights and agendas of the discipline's top scholars.
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A Guide to Publishing in Scholarly Communication Journals
This popular guide is aimed at facilitating the publication process for potential contributors. To order, please call Routledge at (800) 634-7064 or (561) 361-6000 ext 6418 for international callers; email firstname.lastname@example.org, or go to the publisher's website.
International Encyclopedia of Communication
The idea behind this project is to create the premiere and absolutely essential reference source in the field of Communication.
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