is an international peer-reviewed journal with all contributions being refereed anonymously by acknowledged international experts in the field. Its scope includes the history of journalism practice, the professional practice of journalism, journalism training and education, and journalism practice and new technology.
While one objective is research into contemporary journalism theory and practice, the journal is also interested in advertising, communication, information technology, government, media studies, politics and public administration. The journal will provide both scholars and industry practitioners the opportunity to publish and read applied research, and will include research papers, invited essays, and reviews of books.
Annals of Spiru Haret University. Journalism Studies is interdisciplinary and publishes both theoretical and empirical work and contributes to the social, economic, political, cultural and practical understanding of journalism. It includes contributions on current developments and historical changes within journalism.
Annals of Spiru Haret University. Journalism Studies was published once a year between 2000 and 2010. Our journal has been published two times a year since 2011.
PEER REVIEW POLICY: All papers in this journal have undergone editorial screening and anonymous double-blind peer review. All material submitted to our journal will be reviewed by the Editorial team. Papers may be rejected without full peer review, remaining papers will be sent for external peer review. Our journal operates a double-blind peer review process and aims to provide rapid peer review with papers receiving a first decision within an average of 30 days. Authors may be requested to produce the data on which their manuscript is based (or associated documents, e.g. ethical approval letter) by the Editor(s) or their assignee for examination. All submitted manuscripts are treated as confidential documents. They may be reviewed by the Editors, Editorial Office staff and assigned peer reviewers unless otherwise permitted by the authors. By accepting to review a manuscript, referees agree to treat the material as confidential. For articles in which the Editor/Associate Editor has a conflict of interest, they are obliged to withdraw from the decision-making process.