Global Media Journal
The Global Media Journal is an open-access academic refereed publication in various national or regional editions around the globe. GMJ-German Edition is affiliated with the Freie University Berlin/Germany and the University of Erfurt/Germany and hosted by Carola Richter and Christine Horz.
GMJ-DE is published semi-annually (spring and fall) and bilingually (English and German). It is dedicated to research in the fields of communication and media studies, with the ambition to present communication and media theories, report empirical and analytical research, present critical discourses, apply theories to case studies, and set out innovative research methodologies. It aims to advance research and understanding of international and cross-cultural communication and media in the German-spoken countries (Germany, Austria, Switzerland) and around the globe such as research on Media Systems, Journalism, Migration & Diaspora, Development Communication and other fields of communication and media studies.
The GMJ-DE is funded in 2020-2022 by the DFG program "Infrastructure for Electronic Publications and Digital Science Communication".
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The GMJ-DE contains four sections:
– academic articles (peer-reviewed)
– reports of media praxis and scientific field work
– graduate papers
– book reviews
The current issue Vol. 11, No. 1 contains the following articles:Editorial Special Section Towards Cosmopolitan Media and Communication Studies: Bringing Diverse Epistemic Perspectives into the Field
Hanan Badr & Sarah Anne Ganter
Towards Cosmopolitan Media and Communication Studies: Bringing Diverse Epistemic Perspectives into the Field (article in English)
Yang Yu, Chanapa Noonark & Donghwa Chung
Do YouTubers Hate Asians? An Analysis of YouTube Users’ Anti-Asian Hatred on Major U.S. News Channels during the COVID-19 Pandemic (article in English)
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Camila Nobrega Rabello Alves & Débora Medeiros
Towards Cosmopolitanism in German Academia? Shedding Light on Colonial Underpinnings of Communication Research in a Globalized World (article in English)
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Angharad N. Valdivia
Lori Kido Lopez (ed.) (2020): Race and Media Critical Approaches (review in English)
Augustos Santos & Regina Cazzamatta
Anna Cristina Pertierra & Juan Francisco Salazar (eds.) (2019): Media Cultures in Latin America. Key Concepts and New Debates (review in English)