The Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research (JICRCR) is a biannual peer-reviewed, open access publication of the Nicholson School of Communication at the University of Central Florida and is an extension of the International Crisis and Risk Communication Conference (ICRCC).
The Journal of Arab & Muslim Media Research (JAMMR) is a refereed academic publication dedicated to the study of communication, culture and society in the Arab and Muslim world. It aims to lead the debate about the rapid changes in media and society in that part of the world. This journal is also interested in diasporic media like satellite TV, radio and new media, especially in Europe and North America. The journal serves a large international community of academics, researchers, students, journalists, policy makers and civil society organizations in the West as well as the Arab and Muslim countries.
Both conflict and communication are the subjects of a great variety of social-scientific, intellectual and cultural disciplines and fields of praxis which approach them from their own perspective and focus. The problems they formulate span a spectrum ranging from social-psychological small-group research to research on internal strife and wars between states, from the analysis of interpersonal communication to research on mass communication and from conflict management to journalism and the new information technologies. The task adopted by the journal conflict & communication online is to bring about a dialogue among these varied perspectives and professional experiences which will reach beyond the topics of current fields of conflict and strive to establish basic research on peace science.