Aims and Scope
KOME is a theory and pure research-oriented journal of communication studies and related fields. Therefore theoretical researches and discussions that help to understand better, or reconceptualize the understanding of communication or the media are its center of interests; being either an useful supplement to, or a reasonable alternative to current models and theories. Given the connection between theory and empirical research, we are open to submissions of empirical papers if the research demonstrates a clear endorsement of communication and media theories. We are also committed to the ideas of trans- and interdisciplinarity and prefer topics that are relevant for more than one special discipline of social sciences. Articles published in KOME should represent the diversity that comprises the study of communication and related disciplines, regardless of philosophical paradigms and in favor of methodological pluralism. KOME encourage the use of non-sexist language in research writing.
Peer Review Policy
All original articles in KOME have undergone rigorous peer review, based on preliminary editorial screening and blind refereeing by at least two anonymous reviewers. All corresponding authors receive the fully anonymized texts of the referee's reports.
Archiving and Dissemination
All published articles are archived in REAL, the Repository of the Library of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. KOME assigns DOIs to all published articles and submits article metadata and identifiers to CrossRef. All published articles are Open Access, free to all readers.
KOME is published by the Hungarian Communication Studies Association. H-1093 Budapest, Közraktár utca 4-6. PRP: Özséb Horányi, Member of Presidency.
KOME is financed by the co-EiCs (Marton Demeter and Janos Toth). Beginning with 01/01/2019 KOME is co-financed by the National Cultural Fund of Hungary. You can support us by sending money via PayPal.
Janos Toth, PhD; Kodolányi János University, Hungary
KOME Editorial Board
Jessica Brophy, PhD; Bridgewater College, USAjbrophy(at)bridgewater.edu
Péter Cseke, PhD; Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Marton Demeter, PhD; National University of Public Service, Hungary
Katalin Fehér, PhD; Budapest Business School, Hungary
Prof. Sarah Gehlert, PhD, Washington University in St. Louis, USA
Prof. Sue McGregor, PhD, Mount Saint Vincent University, Canada
Prof. Özséb Horányi, PhD, PhD; Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary
Imre Lázár MD, PhD, Semmelweis University, Hungary
Claudia Mellado, PhD; Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile
Prof. Basarab Nicolescu; CNRS, Paris, France
Natalie Pang, PhD; Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Panayiota Tsatsou, PhD; University of Leicester, UK
Tudor Vlad, PhD; Georgia Univesity, Athens, USA
Ed Vollans, PhD; Middlesex University, London, UK