Communication Theory

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Edited By: Thomas Hanitzsch, University of Munich

Impact Factor: 1.048

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 31/74 (Communication)

Online ISSN: 1468-2885

Associated Title(s): Communication, Culture & Critique, Human Communication Research, Journal of Communication, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication

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Professor Perloff wins McQuail Award 2014

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Professor Richard. M Perloff has won the ASCoR Denis McQuail Award 2014 with his article Progress, Paradigms, and a Discipline Engaged: A Response to Lang and Reflections on Media Effects Research published in Communication Theory.

In this article, Prof. Perloff argues that the field of mass communication science has made impressive strides in answering media effects questions and explaining influences of media on different levels.

The ASCoR McQuail Award is an annual award for the best article advancing communication theory published in a peer-reviewed journal in the previous year. An international award committee, chaired by Denis McQuail, made the selection. The Award entails, amongst others, an invitation to visit ASCoR in Fall 2014 and give the McQuail Lecture, as well as an invitation to become ASCoR Honorary Fellow for one calendar year.

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