Academic journal article Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media

A Note on Submissions from the Review and Criticism Editor

Academic journal article Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media

A Note on Submissions from the Review and Criticism Editor

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Although this issue of JOBEM contains two essays on the achievements of a single scholar, the Journal's Review and Criticism Section will usually contain reviews of scholarly books. Integrative reviews, which compare the relative positions and strengths of two or more scholarly works, will have a greater chance of being published than single-book or single-item reviews. Such

integrative reviews could examine books or long-form media that deal with similar subject matter. Reviews that deal with more recently published work will also be given preference over work that was published several years earlier. Typical length for an integrative review could run from 1,500 to 5,000 words. Individual book or media reviews will also be considered, but they will typically be afforded less space in the Journal. Reviews should deal with cutting-edge scholarship. Reviews of textbooks and instructional media will not be considered for JOBEM. Before submitting work, reviewers should contact the Review and Criticism editor for advice on the appropriateness of the books or materials being reviewed, as well as the length of the review. However, unsolicited review submissions will be also be read and considered by the editor.

At least once each year, the Review and Criticism Section will be composed of a series of critical essays. …

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