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Hello! Welcome to the new home of the Adultspan Journal
Adultspan covers research, theory, and practice in the field of adult development and aging on issues that affect people in young, middle, and older adulthood. Adultspan Journal is the journal of the Association for Adult Development and Aging (AADA), a division of the American Counseling Association.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete overview of the journal.
Critical Humanities is an open-access, peer reviewed, multi-disciplinary and international bi-annual academic journal devoted to publishing critical debates and discussions on the culture, history, literature, politics, and theory emerging from the Global South. We are also interested in glancing comparatively at the American South, and at ethnic, immigrant and indigenous America.
“Euscorpius” archive (issues 1 to 270) is also available at the journal's old website.
Journal of 20th Century Media History
Welcome to the site for the Journal of 20th Century Media History. We are a new peer-reviewed academic journal that will publish original scholarship across a wide and interdisciplinary range of subjects related to the history of media and mass communication in North America. Submissions are open for the first issue, which we intend to publish in January 2023. Please see the Call for Submissions below for information about suitable topics for our journal. We are an open access journal and all of our published content will be freely available on this site.
See the Aims and Scope for complete information about the journal.
Call for Submissions
The Journal of 20th Century Media History, a new fully online academic journal, is soliciting original scholarly article manuscripts for its first issue. The journal is designed to be broadly interdisciplinary and address current scholarship across a wide range of subject areas. As the title suggests, we are looking to publish historical work about topics that, in the main, focus on people, events, ideas, and practices from 20th century North America. Article submissions that make use of innovative research techniques and methodologies are highly encouraged, as is research that draws attention to previously marginalized or under-represented groups or forms of media practice. Possible subject areas for articles include:
Journalism and news
Broadcasting (entertainment or non-fiction programming)
Propaganda and public opinion
Books, publishing, and print culture
Law and ethics
Advertising and public relations
Visual communication and visual culture studies
Article manuscripts should be submitted through the link on the left hand column of the journal website. Because the publication is entirely digital, we do not have a set word count or page limit. However, manuscripts should be carefully focused and written in a format commonly used in academic publishing. Submissions should not be previously published or under consideration with another journal and authors should secure any necessary permissions prior to submitting the manuscript. Please use the current edition of The Chicago Manual of Style as a guide to formatting and usage. Citations should take the form of endnotes.
The journal is edited by Dr. Robert Rabe (Marshall University, email@example.com) and Dr. Cory Pillen (Fort Lewis College, firstname.lastname@example.org). Questions about the journal or the submission process can be addressed to them. The journal will also publish reviews and scholars interested in reviewing should contact the editors.
Journal of Applied Digital Evidence
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Marshall Journal of Medicine
Expanding Knowledge to Improve Rural Medicine
Marshall Journal of Medicine (MJM) is a peer-reviewed journal published by Marshall University’s Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine. The journal's full text is available online at mds.marshall.edu/mjm. The journal allows free access (open access) to its contents and permits authors to self-archive final accepted versions of the articles on any Open Archives Initiative compliant institutional/subject-based repository.
The Mid-Southern Journal of Criminal Justice
The Mid-Southern Journal of Criminal Justice is a peer-reviewed journal published by the West Virginia Criminal Justice Educators' Association. This journal allows free open access to its contents and permits authors to self archive final published versions of their articles through approved Open Archives Initiatives.
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Sermon Studies (Center for Sermon Studies)
Sermon Studies is dedicated to the study of preaching in all geographic regions and all time periods. The journal is multidisciplinary and interfaith, bringing scholars and practitioners together to discuss sermon texts and the art of preaching from a variety of academic and religious perspectives.
Sermon Studies is a publication of the Center for Sermon Studies. Click the "Submit Article" button on the left to create an account and upload your work. To inquire about serving as a peer reviewer, please contact the editors.
Trauma Counseling and Resilience
Trauma Counseling and Resilience is the official journal of the International Association for Resilience and Trauma Counseling (IARTC), a division of the American Counseling Association. This journal advances knowledge about trauma counseling and resilience for counselors and mental health clinicians from diverse backgrounds around the globe. Its online platform rapidly disseminates what counselors need to know to foster trauma recovery and promote resilience in individuals and groups worldwide.
Trauma Counseling and Resilience publishes qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods studies, and scholarly articles that inform and advance knowledge about trauma counseling and resilience, including theory, practice, training, advocacy, policy, and trends. Special issues will address current psychological trauma topics while honoring diversity, inclusion, equity, belonging, and multicultural aspects of trauma. The journal’s mission recognizes that trauma-informed best practices require cultural inclusivity and examination of privilege and disparities in accessing trauma services.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.