Aim and Scope

Aim & Scope

The International Journal of New Media Studies is a peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to advancing the understanding and discourse surrounding the dynamic and evolving field of new media. This journal aims to provide a platform for scholars, researchers, and practitioners to explore, analyze, and contribute to the ever-changing landscape of new media and multidisciplinary subjects in a global context.


  1. To Foster Interdisciplinary Exploration: The journal encourages interdisciplinary research and welcomes contributions from various fields, including communication studies, media studies, sociology, anthropology, technology studies, and more, to facilitate a comprehensive understanding of new media phenomena.

  2. To Promote Critical Inquiry: We aim to foster critical thinking and in-depth analysis of new media's social, cultural, political, and economic implications. This includes the examination of emerging technologies, digital culture, online communities, and their impacts on society.

  3. To Disseminate Innovative Research: The International Journal of New Media Studies is committed to publishing cutting-edge research that explores the frontiers of new media. We welcome both empirical and theoretical work that contributes to the advancement of knowledge in this field.


The journal welcomes submissions on a wide range of topics related to new media, including but not limited to:

  • Digital Culture: Exploration of digital culture, online communities, and virtual spaces.

  • Media Convergence: Analysis of the convergence of traditional and new media forms and their effects.

  • Social Media: Studies on the use, impact, and trends in social media platforms.

  • Digital Communication: Research on online communication patterns, digital rhetoric, and online identity.

  • Media and Society: Investigations into the influence of new media on society, politics, and culture.

  • Emerging Technologies: Examination of emerging technologies, such as virtual reality, augmented reality, and artificial intelligence, and their intersections with media.

  • Ethical and Legal Considerations: Discussions on ethical and legal challenges in the realm of new media.

  • Media Production and Consumption: Analyses of media production practices and consumption behaviors in the digital age.

  • Global Perspectives: Comparative studies that offer insights into new media phenomena from a global perspective.

The International Journal of New Media Studies aims to serve as a valuable resource for researchers, educators, and professionals interested in the multifaceted world of new media. We invite high-quality submissions that contribute to the ongoing dialogue in this exciting field.

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