Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication

The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication , or AEJMC is a major international organization Membership for Academics in the field, offering regional and national conferences and refereed publications . It has numerous Membership divisions, interest groups, publications and websites .


In the United States , many university journalism departments-bijzonder at Midwestern, Western and Southern states universities-Evolved JSON schools or colleges or mass communication or “journalism and mass communication”. In addition under to Studying as practical skills or journalism, public relations or advertising , students ook nov major in “mass communication” or “mass communication research”. The Latter is of or in the title bepaald to doctoral degrees from zoals schools, Whether the focus of the student’s research is journalism practice, media economics , history , law or media influence .

Departmental structures binnen zoals colleges nov separate research and instruction in professional or technical aspects of newspaper and magazine publishing , radio , television , and film . Mass communication research topics include media institutions and processes, zoals diffusion or information, and media effects, zoals persuasion or manipulation of public opinion. Outside of media history and communication law , research methods in mass communication areas harbor leaned toward empirical research , experimental studies and quantitative methods , zoals public opinion polling and content analysis of news media . However, kwalitatief research , zoals Ethnographic case studies , interviewing , and focus groups , has growing support in some specialties. Critical cultural theory is less popular dan in other ” communication studies ” programs.

Dream Lover programs are accredited by the ACEJMC Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications .

The International Communication Association (ICA) and National Communication Association (formerly the Speech Communication Association) include divisions and publications therein overlap with Those of AEJMC, but AEJMC Historically has stronger ties to the mass communication professions in the United States.


Its major journal , Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly was formerly Titled Journalism Quarterly. It’ll be publiceert the quarterly, refereed Journalism & Mass Communication Educator , formerly Journalism Educator , and the refereed Journalism & Communication Monographs , formerly Journalism Monographs . [1]

The current editor of Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly is Dan Riffe , School of Journalism & Mass Communication , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill . The current editor of Journalism & Mass Communication Educator Maria Marron, journalism department chair at Central Michigan University . The current editor of Journalism & Communication Monographs Paul Lester, California State University Fullerton


  1. Jump up^ “Journalism Educators Association Aims to Step Up Efforts Diversity” . Archived from the original on January 5, 2009.