Media and Intercultural Communication: A Multidisciplinary Journal (MIC) aims to serve as a peer-reviewed, open-access platform for dissemination of latest research findings on various issues in media studies, intercultural communication, or the intersection of the two key areas in social sciences. As a multidisciplinary forum, the journal publishes empirical research articles, theoretical articles, book reviews, review articles, and case reports, and favors submissions with a technological, linguistic, sociological, or psychological dimension.

 

Some of the central themes that are of special interest and priority include:

  • Audiovisual translation and localization
  • Media accessibility and inclusion
  • Communication across cultures and social groups
  • Reception of multimedia content and cultural services
  • Agency and activism in social media
  • Technology, history, and effects of various media
  • Cross-cultural business management
  • Minorities, languages of limited diffusion and glocalization
  • Cross-cultural new media studies
  • Data science and digital humanities in media and communication

MIC does not charge any fees to the readers or the authors for the review process or publication of the submissions. The copyright for the articles in this journal is retained by the author(s) with the first publication right granted to the journal. The journal is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY 4.0). This allows for unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, providing that the original author(s) and source are properly credited.


 

Current Issue: Volume 2, Issue 1 - Serial Number 3, March 2024, Pages 1-112