Com.press is an electronic half-yearly magazine that publishes articles in the field of communication and media studies 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.


Aims

We would like to invite all young scholars, especially those who are interested in communication and media studies, to publish in the journal. Com.press serves as a platform where they can exchange their observations and present interesting research results in the open access formula. By publishing articles in an electronic form, available for download on the magazine’s dedicated website, and by adapting the texts to the e-book standards, Com.press aims to increase the citation rates of the young scientists’ publications.

Mission

The goal of the journal is to pursue an innovative approach to content distribution, and therefore, the efforts are being made to make its content available on specialized scientific platforms. In addition, the editorial team seeks to ensure the shortest possible time of the preparation of subsequent editions and systematic publication of the content, which is particularly important in view of the issues raised in Com.press.

Here's the current issue of "Com.press", a quarterly magazine focused on the social problems in communicological and media studies perspective.

Call for papers

  • Call for Papers
    Numer 5 (1)

    Termin nadsyłania artykułów / Submissions to: 2022-01-10

    Call for Papers

    When the pandemic spreads around the world, it dramatically (and perhaps irreversibly) changes societies and their structures, including health systems, economics, institutions, and media systems. One of its effects is the acceleration of convergence processes - not only in media systems but also in the public and private spheres. These changes in the media, communication, journalistic ethics and practices as well as within the legal framework and democracy itself open up new research perspectives. Therefore, we would like to devote the latest issue of Com.press to the era of ‘new normal’: post-pandemic, convergent, and platformized.

    Media Partners

    Technological Partner

    Wydawnictwo ToC

    Nowe technologie dla nauk społecznych

    Polskie Towarzystwo Kumunikacji Społecznej
    IDMiKS UJ

    Institute of Journalism, Media and Social Communication

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