French Journal For Media Research

French Journal For Media Research

ISSN : 2264-4733

 
 

French Journal for Media Research is a bilingual (French/English), bi-annual, peer-reviewed electronic journal publishing original and high-quality research selected by an international editorial committee since 2014.

 

It is an open access journal with a Creative Commons license. Publishing open access means that papers submitted to this journal are accessible online for free which, in turn, increases the visibility and readership of your research. In accordance with the BOAI definition of open access, users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of articles, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without asking permission from the publisher or the author.

 

 

The journal provides an interdisciplinary and international forum for the presentation of original research and debates on issues within their particular historical, regional, political, economic and social contexts regarding the media, including but not limited to, information and communication technologies, traditional and digital media, mediation, media discourse, journalism and so on.

 

French Journal for Media Research has three substantial sections:

 

  • Thematic issues: relating to a specific call for papers on media, mediatization and mediation
  • Varia on media, mediatization and mediation; it doesn't depend on a specific call for papers
  • Book reviews, field of communication and media:  synopses, evaluations and  account of the books’ aims. 

 

Articles appearing in  French Journal for Media Research are abstracted and indexed inDirectory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), European Reference Index for the Humanities and the Social Sciences (ERIH PLUS) and Publication Forum.

 

 

 

 

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15/2021 Varia

Frédéric Aubrun
L’imagerie publicitaire de Coca-Cola durant l’entre-deux-guerres : des artefacts publicitaires vecteurs du mythe de l’américanité ?


Peace Mukwara
Decentering State Propaganda in Zimbabwe; Persuasive Strategies in Movement for Democratic Change’s (MDC) Television-Electoral Advertisements.


María Agustina Sabich
An interdisciplinary analysis of the fictional television story on the argentine signal Pakapaka


Ya Yang, Jiayi Yang et Guoming Yu
Beyond Interface: AI News Anchors as a Form of Brand-New Media Presentation—A Chinese Case based on the ITO Model