Atlantic Journal of Communication
Gary P. Radford
Department of English, Communication, and Philosophy
Fairleigh Dickinson University
285 Madison Avenue
Madison, NJ 07940
Telephone: 973-443-8378 / FAX: 973-443-8713
The Atlantic Journal of Communication (AJC), formerly the New Jersey Journal of Communication (NJJC), is an academic journal concerned with the study of communication theory, practice, and policy. The journal is philosophically committed to an eclectic approach to scholarship and the publication of articles of the highest quality regardless of their type, orientation, or geographical origin. Contributions devoted to significant problems and issues in communication studies and of wide professional and scholarly interest are welcomed. All manuscripts received are screened for publication through a blind review process.
The AJC has an Editorial Board consisting of communication scholars and practitioners from New Jersey, across the United States, and the United Kingdom. The AJC also has manuscript reviewers from around the world who specialize in all areas of communication scholarship.
The Constitution of The Atlantic Journal of Communication, was last ratified by the Editorial Advisory Board on October 17, 2003.
The Atlantic Journal of Communication is published quarterly (March, June, September, and December). Subscription information is available from Taylor & Francis, Inc., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.