General information about the journal is an electronic quarterly magazine that publishes articles in the field of media and social communication as well as interdisciplinary articles. We also publish texts which can be potentially important for media researchers, including for example constructivist analyses, discourse analyses, empirical studies of media content, articles focusing on important issues discussed in the public sphere etc.

The editorial board accepts only the texts which meet the criterion of a scientific article, which means that the author proposed a new way to put or solve a problem within the broadly understood social sciences.

No research perspective, theoretical approach or type of an article is imposed. We accept purely theoretical texts, empirical reports, reviews and other articles, provided that they meet the requirements set in the following points 1 and 2.


Good editorial practice

1. The editorial board makes every effort to detect any signs of dishonesty, especially in the form of plagiarism and autoplagiarism.

2. The author of the submitted work is required to properly indicate the authorship of the article or its parts (no guestwriting or ghostwriting is allowed).

3. The author is obliged to provide information on the sources of funding of the submitted research and to disclose any conflicts of interest related to the publication of the article.

4. Authors are obliged to clearly mark all the content (results, ideas, conclusions) which has been previously published by them.

5. The editorial board has the right to withdraw a published article if it has been found to violate the principles of honesty. Such articles shall be marked as retracted and published in a special section of the journal’s website together with the reasons for such decision.

6. The editorial board supports the research replication policy, encouraging authors to disclose the data enabling readers to objectively verify published submissions on request.