The USJ-R Communication and Journalism Review (CJR) is a bi-annual research journal published by the University of San Jose-Recoletos (USJ-R). Being a peer-reviewed journal, CJR adopts the double-blind review process wherein the reviewer/s and the author/s do not know each other’s identity.

Aims
CJR is dedicated to the enrichment of the discourses in communication and journalism studies in Southern Philippines and the Southeast Asian region through the publication of scholarly, peer-reviewed high-quality researches in the field. It aims to be a part in understanding and communicating the Southern Philippine and Southeast Asian communicative experience by capturing the voices and perspectives of its diverse population through research.  To achieve this, it subscribes to the policy that all the articles contained therein must meet the rigors of an independent double-blind peer-reviewing system and editing to ensure that the publication possesses scientific and academic merit.

Scopes

CJR welcomes submission of quality researches in any of the following academic domains:

Journalism, Communication, Communication Theory

Mass Media Communication, Radio, Television, Newspapers, Internet, Social Media

Film as Communication, E-Commerce as Communication

Advertising, Public Relations, Marketing Communication, Corporate Commmunication

Development Communication

Intercultural Communication

Interpersonal Communication, Family Communication, Conflict Management

Organizational Communication, Political Communication, Health Communication

Communication Technology

Communication Policy, Communication and Media Laws, Parliamentary Procedure

Communication and Media Ethics

Speech and Hearing Science, Code Systems

Persuasion, Rhetoric, Public Address, Argumentation, Debate

Oral Interpretation

Communication Education