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Communication, Politics & Culture

Communication, Politics & Culture’s focus is the connections between communication and politics. It is interested in communication and cultural technologies and practices, their histories, producers, audiences and users, policies and texts. It welcomes articles that connect these areas either to arenas of legislative or parliamentary politics, to governance of social organisations and the institutions they constitute, or to broader negotiations of power. Work developing governmental and genealogical approaches to communication and politics is a particular interest of the journal, for example scholarship dealing with the longer development of communication technologies that underpins contemporary applications and cultural forms; the histories of specific political practices, technologies and formations; or the role of communication practices and forms in the governing of populations of various kinds. Communication, Politics & Culture is a fully refereed journal.

Communication, Politics & Culture was previously published as Southern Review, established as an interdisciplinary journal in 1963.

Advisory Board
Tony Bennett The Open University UK; Peter Botsman Kangaroo Valley; Ian Buchanan Cardiff University; David Carter University of Queensland; Mick Counihan RMIT University; Jennifer Craik University of Canberra; Stuart Cunningham QUT University; Jock Given Swinburne University; Sneja Gunew University of British Columbia; Barry Hindess Australian National University; Ian Hunter University of Queensland; Carol Johnson University of Adelaide; Lesley Johnson Griffith University; Anne Marsh Monash University; Jeffrey Minson Griffith University & University of California, San Diego; Susan Sheridan Flinders University of South Australia; Tony Schirato Victoria University of Wellington; Nigel Thrift University of Warwick; Dugald Williamson University of New England

Editorial Committee
Michael Dutton Griffith University; Philip Dearman Monash University; Terry Johal, Cathy Greenfield, Linda Williams, Peter Williams RMIT University; Denise Meredyth, Julian Thomas Swinburne University; Mary Griffiths University of Adelaide; David Nolan, Sally Young University of Melbourne. Assistant editors Tom Griffiths University of Vienna; Lucy Morieson RMIT University

Please email abstracts and papers to [email protected]

Manuscripts are evaluated by the editorial committee and anonymously by external referees. The maximum length of articles is 10,000 words, shorter pieces welcome.
Publication Details
Name of Publisher: RMIT University, School of Media and Communication
Place of Publication: Melbourne
Resource Type: Journal
ISSN: 1836-0645
Publication Year: 2008-2016
Publication Frequency: Semiannual
Coverage: Volume 41, Issue 1 (2008) - Volume 49, Issue 2 (2016) (Comprehensive)
Subject Covered: Social Sciences (General); Political science