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Mass communication

Mass Communication: Socities

Socity of Mass Communication

Mass Communication & Society

As a way to reach out to a wider audience, Mass Communication and Society is excited to unveil our online press kit. This webpage will provide a wide range of information from author bios to press releases to our latest news announcements. Our journal publishes articles on topics that have an impact on a diverse range of communication-related topics. These articles have been featured in Men’s Health, ABC News, Huffington Post, Co.Create,  Science Daily and several other online news outlets.


The Mass Communication and Society Division (MCS) spans traditional disciplines, such as advertising, public relations and journalism, and newer, convergent areas of study. We also encourage a variety of methodological approaches to the study of media and its many societal influences. One of the largest and most active of the AEJMC divisions, MCS promotes research, teaching, and professional freedom and responsibility (PF&R), as well as typically co-sponsoring AEJMC’s annual Midwinter Conference

School of Journalism and Mass Communication

 The School of Journalism and Mass Communication has been empowering students at Texas State with the knowledge and tools needed to make a difference in their career paths. Click on the links below to learn more about the School of Journalism and Mass Communication!

 Media , Culture & Society

Media, Culture & Society provides a major international, peer-reviewed forum for the presentation of research and discussion concerning the media, including the newer information and communication technologies, within their political, economic, cultural and historical contexts. It regularly engages with a wider range of issues in cultural and social analysis. Its focus is on substantive topics and on critique and innovation in theory and method…

Media, Communication and Society

The research programme Media, Communication and Society focuses on the interplay of media and communicative forms, and the societal contexts this interplay is part of and helps to create and change. Currently, these processes are undergoing profound changes for a number of reasons.

 Media and Communications in Transition Societies

 The global economic and geo-political emergence of BRICS countries (particularly China and Russia), specific social, political and economic problems of Central and Eastern European countries within the European Union, and the particular challenges of post-communist and post-authoritarian democratic transformation in several regions of the world present many new angles and substantial research questions for media and communication studies.