Communicare: Journal for Communication Sciences in Southern Africa facilitates scholarly discussion on communication phenomena in Southern Africa and how these are in conversation with other regions. The journal publishes articles in Afrikaans/English.
Aims and scope: Communicare aims to serve as a point of reference for local academic debate and geo-specific theorising, and invites articles that complement or counter global perspectives by amplifying and consolidating regional research and scholarship. The journal publishes original theoretical-conceptual and empirical articles regardless of paradigm, perspective or context, and welcomes a wide range of methodological approaches. Communicare publishes original articles in a wide range of communication sub- and related disciplines, including organisational communication, strategic communication, marketing communication, corporate communication, development communication, social change, political communication, gender communication, postcolonial studies, identity politics and politics of everyday life, celebrity studies, visual communication, internet studies, gaming, digital communication, new media, film studies, media studies, cultural studies, popular culture, and journalism.
Peer reviewed: yes, double-blind review
Open access: yes
Genres: research article
Reference style: APA style
Book reviews: no
Publisher: University of Johannesburg
Journal Status: Active