The Journal of Communication Pedagogy (JCP) is a peer-reviewed journal sponsored by the Central States Communication Association. The journal publishes only the highest quality articles that extend communication theory, research, and practice in meaningful ways. We seek manuscripts that focus on instructional communication research situated in a variety of contexts such as (but not limited to) health, business/industry, religious, risk/crisis, training and leadership, public relations, journalism, forensics, and nonprofits both within the borders of the United States and beyond them. We are particularly interested in diversity, equity, and inclusion research as well as the use of technology in instruction. We welcome manuscripts that focus on instructional communication research within the communication discipline and beyond it (e.g., education, agriculture, social work, legal studies, engineering and S.T.E.M., pharmacy, nursing, health sciences). In sum, we seek manuscripts that examine communication pedagogy as it occurs across subfields in the communication discipline, in disciplines throughout the academy, and in contexts beyond the walls of higher education.
For the current (2024; Volume 8) call, please go here.
All submissions are due on March 1, 2024, in order to be considered for Volume 8.
The Journal of Communication Pedagogy currently accepts manuscripts on a rolling basis, publishing once a year and is an open-access journal. All manuscripts must adhere to the guidelines published in the most recent edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association and must not have been published elsewhere or be under review for any other publication.
Current Volume: Volume 7 (2023)
Elucidating College Students’ Stressors: Photovoice as a Pedagogical Tool and Qualitative Methodology
DeAnne Priddis and Heather L. Hundley
Students' Perceptions of Professional Short-Messaging Education in Undergraduate Courses
Seth S. Frei, Allison M. Alford, and Ashly B. Smith
Perceived Teacher Confirmation and the Online Classroom: Capturing Student Descriptions of Experiences with Faculty Online
Ashley Jones-Bodie, Lindsey Anderson, and Jennifer Hall
Student Camera Use in Synchronous Classrooms: A Two-Study Exploration of CTML’s Embodiment Principle
Zac D. Johnson and Kevin C. Knoster
Surveilling the web, mobile, and language accessibility of Communication’s digital presence within institutions of higher education globally
Alicia M. Mason, Elizabeth A. Spencer, Megan C. Westhoff, Kristen M. Livingston, and Josh Compton
The Basic Communication Course and College Student Retention: A Longitudinal Analysis
David E. Schneider and Jennifer D. McCullough
Challenging the Positionality of Western Mainstream English Through the Implementation of Communication Action Statements
Victoria McDermott and Amy R. May
JCP Volume 7 Editors
- Renee Kaufmann
- Consulting Editors
- Brandi N. Frisby
- Jessalyn I. Vallade
- Patric R. Spence
- Stephen Spates
- Xialing Lin