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Media Asia

Call for Papers

Do you want a broader, international audience to read your papers? Are your studies focused on analyzing current issues on media?

Faculty, students, media practitioners and researchers are invited to send their articles to Media Asia. It is a peer-reviewed quarterly journal published by the Asian Media and Information Communication Centre (AMIC) and Routledge Taylor & Francis Group. Published since 1974, Media Asia is in its 46th year.

Papers should focus on practices in journalism, advertising, public relations, entertainment and other aspects of media.

Given the journal’s adherence to the highest degree of academic scholarship, authors should be willing to submit their papers to a double-blind review process where the journal editors shall initially review the article and, if deemed scholarly enough, forward it (redacting the identity of the author or authors) to at least two experts (i.e., on the article’s chosen topic) who will provide objective reviews.

Articles should be written in English and should have not more than 10,000 words (including tables, references, captions and endnotes). They should also have an abstract of 100 to 150 words and keywords not exceeding five. Authors should use the American Psychological Association (APA) citation style. More information about submission format may be retrieved from https://authorservices.taylorandfrancis.com/tf_quick_guide/.

Interested authors may submit online at https://www.editorialmanager.com/rmea/default.aspx.

In coordination with the editor, authors may also send commentaries on burning issues of the day, as well as reviews of books, films, plays and other media. These submissions are not subjected to peer review.

Effective 2020, Media Asia’s editor is Danilo Arao (University of the Philippines Diliman). The associate editors are Lisa Brooten (Southern Illinois University Carbondale), Pamela Custodio (University of the Philippines Los Baños), Roselyn Du (California State University Fullerton), Ma. Theresa Rivera (Far Eastern University Manila) and Zhang Yin Nick (Hong Kong Baptist University).

If there are any questions, please send an email to Arao at danilo.arao@up.edu.ph.

Media Asia

Table of Contents for Media Asia. List of articles from both the latest and ahead of print issues.

Language: en-UK

Publisher: Routledge

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Submission guidelines

Articles should be written in English and should have not more than 10,000 words (including tables, references, captions and endnotes). They should also have an abstract of 100 to 150 words and keywords not exceeding five. Authors should use the American Psychological Association (APA) citation style. More information about submission format may be retrieved from https://authorservices.taylorandfrancis.com/tf_quick_guide/.

Interested authors may submit online at https://www.editorialmanager.com/rmea/default.aspx.

In coordination with the editor, authors may also send commentaries on burning issues of the day, as well as reviews of books, films, plays and other media. These submissions are not subjected to peer review.

Editorial Information

Effective 2020, Media Asia’s editor is Danilo Arao (University of the Philippines Diliman).

The Associate editors are: 
Lisa Brooten (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
Pamela Custodio (University of the Philippines Los Baños),
Roselyn Du (California State University Fullerton)
Ma. Theresa Rivera (Far Eastern University Manila)
Zhang Yin Nick (Hong Kong Baptist University).

If there are any questions, please send an email to Arao at danilo.arao@up.edu.ph.

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