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Electronic Journal of Communication
 

Teresa M. Harrison, Ph.D.
University at Albany (SUNY)
Managing Editor

The Electronic Journal of Communication / La Revue Electronic de Communication launched in 1990 as one of the first five peer reviewed electronically distributed scholarly journals in world history and the first ever in the social sciences. EJC/REC is devoted to the study of communication theory, research, practice, and policy. Consistent with the public trust of academic research, all issues older than one year are freely available for unrestricted worldwide access.

EDITORIAL BOARD

Managing Editor

Teresa M. Harrison
University at Albany (SUNY)

French Language Translations

Lucien Gerber
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Issue Editors

Steven R. Brown (Q-Methodology)
Kent State University

Irvin Goldman (Q-Methodology)
University of Windsor

James Winter (The Meech Lake Accord)
University of Windsor

Michael Morgan (Media and the Gulf War)
University of Massachusetts

Debra Clarke (Women and the Media)
Trent University

Liss Jeffrey (Women and the Media)
McGill University

Tom Benson (Computer Mediated Communication)
Pennylvania State University

William Ticehurst (Australian Communication Studies)
University of Technology

Thomas Jacobson (International Media Research)
SUNY Buffalo

David Abrahamson (American Magazine Editing)
Northwestern University

Samuel Becker (Meaning and the Mass Media)
University of Iowa

Karl Nordenstreng (Media Flows and Monitoring)
University of Tampere

Stephen Doheny-Farina (Networked Virtual Realities)
Clarkson University

William L. Benoit (Role of Thetoric in Contemporary Society)
University of Missouri

Slavko Splichal (Virtual Democracy)
University of Ljubljana

Susan Herring (Computer-mediated Discourse Analysis)
University of Texas, Arlington

Lea Stewart (Communication and Ethics)
Rutgers University

Elliot King (Impact of the Internet on Journalism)
Loyola College

George Cheney et al. (Communication and Organizational Democrary)
University of Montana

Peter White (Future of the Internet)
LaTrobe University

Fay Sudweeks and Charles Ess (Cultural Attitudes toward Technology and Communication)
University of Sydney and Drury College

Dudley Cahn (Computer Mediated Communication as a Teaching Method)
State University of New York at New Paltz

Kathleen Clark and Brenda Dervin (Exemplars of the Use of Sense-Making Methodology)
Univeristy of Akron and Ohio State University

Thomas Dixon (Communication as a Constitutive Process in Organizing and Organizations)
Queensland University of Technology

Annis Golden (Communication Perspectives on Work and Family)
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Elizabeth Perse (Synthesizing Theory and Resaerch in Interpersonal and Mass Communication)
University of Delaware

Joseph Schmitz (Community Networking: Mapping the Electronic Commons)
University of Tulsa