Aims and Scope

Media and Intercultural Communication: A Multidisciplinary Journal 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

The journal does not charge any fees for the review process or publication of submissions.

Accepted Submissions

  • Empirical Research Article
  • Theoretical Article
  • Book Review (short or extended)
  • Review Article (Meta-analysis or systematic review)
  • Case Report (Case studies or observations)

Follow this link to upload your manuscript files.