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期刊名稱新聞學研究
ISSN1016-1007
出版單位臺北市:國立政治大學新聞系
語言繁體中文 (Traditional Chinese)
主題傳播(Communication)_政治(Politics)
出版現況出刊月:1,4,7,10。正常出刊,1967創刊。
刊名異動 
期刊簡介TSSCI。季刊,國立政治大學新聞系出版,1967年5月20日創刊,為臺灣地區發行最早,也是海內外華文地區最受重視之新聞傳播學刊。每年1、4、7、10月出刊,主要刊載與華文新聞主題及傳播學術研究有關之論著,研究題材甚廣,凡與傳播、新聞、傳播與文化、傳播與社會有關,下自精神疾患在媒體上被報導的方式,上至台灣媒體財團化等研究,都在收錄範圍。

本刊自創刊以來,一直是華人地區出版持續最為穩健之新聞傳播學刊,曾多次獲得國科會優良學術期刊獎勵(1992, 1996, 2002, 2004各年);被收錄於行政院國家科學發展委員會社會科學研究中心之「台灣社會科學引文索引」(TSSCI);自2004年起,也被國際知名CIOS(Communication Institute for Online Scholarship)傳播期刊資料庫收錄成為索引期刊;荷蘭ELSEVIER Scopus資料庫、公開取用期刊資料庫(DOAJ)之索引期刊;2016年及2019年榮獲國家圖書館「臺灣最具影響力人社期刊(傳播學門)」第一名殊榮。此外,本刊於2017年10月正式與國際中華傳播學會(Chinese Communication Association, CCA)簽約,每期電子檔與出版消息刊登於該學會網站。
Journal TitleMass Communication Research
ISSN1016-1007
PublisherTaipei:Department of Journalism, National Chengchi University
Language繁體中文 (Traditional Chinese)
Discipline傳播(Communication)_政治(Politics)
STATUSPublished in Jan,Apr,Jul and Oct.,Regular release. Founded in 1967.
Former Journal Title 
IntroductionTSSCI. Quarterly. Mass communication Research began publication on May 20, 1967 as Taiwan's first academic periodical for journalism communication. From the time of its founding, Mass Communication Research has always been Taiwan's most esteemed communication studies periodical and is included in Taiwan Social Sciences Citation Index (TSSCI). Starting from 2004, it also became an indexed periodical in the internationally known Communication Institute for Online Scholarship (CIOS) communication periodical archives. In March 2016, Mass Communication Research was ranked the most influential humanistic & social sciences journal (1st place in communication category) based on the impact factor evaluated by the National Library of Taiwan. Since 1999, Mass Communication Research went from a twice-annual to a quarterly publication. It also expanded the diversity of the editorial board and made every effort to cooperate with researchers from other schools. Except for the editor-in-chief, other editorial board members were all researchers invited from other schools.