We are about to launch our own online journal, Korean Communication Research (KCR)
Korean Communication Research (KCR), the journal of Korean American Communication Association, is soliciting original research papers, commentaries/scholarly opinions, field notes/data analyses, and book reviews to publish its first issue. For submission information and guideline, please visit https://www.koreancommunication.org/instructions
The Korean Communication Research (KCR) is a peer-reviewed online journal committed to publishing scholarly research that has a high impact on the field of Korean communication studies. KCR advocates diversity in scope, including theory-based research, new theory development, and innovative methodological approaches to Korean communication research. The journal appreciates both the social sciences and humanities traditions. Therefore, manuscripts from other than the communication scholarship are also welcome.
KCR’s major topical areas include but are not limited to, Korean pop culture and media studies, language and social interaction, cultural studies, interpersonal communication, organizational communication, advertising, public relations, corporate communication, health communication, communication technology, traditional and new media, communicative social change, international communication, journalism, mass communication, developmental studies.
KCR will have its ISSN, and the articles accepted by KCR will be immediately posted to its website, openly accessed, and actively promoted through diverse communication channels. KCR will be abstracted/indexed in various online portals. KCR strives for a rapid review process, communication with authors, and decision for publication.
You can submit your paper at https://www.koreancommunication.org/submission. If you have any questions regarding article submission or KCR, please contact EIC, Dr. David Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. KCR is looking forward to your submission and great contribution to promoting diverse Korean communication studies!
Also, as part of launching our journal, KCR needs a LOGO that symbolically represents our journal. Based on that need, we would like to ask you to create a meaningful logo and send the logo with its meaning to EIC, Dr. Do Kyun David Kim. Anyone who has a great idea is welcome to do so! The person with the selected logo will get a $150 VISA gift card. Please send it before August 15th.