International Journal of Crisis Communication

About the Journal

Editor-in-Chief: Sufyan Mohammed

Abbreviated key title: Int. j. crisis commun.
ISSN (online): 2617-121X
Published by: Green Publishers
Periodicity: 3 times per year
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Aim and Scope of the Journal:

The human race is facing challenges and threats of a number and magnitude unprecedented in its brief history as the dominant species on the planet. Environmental stress from climate change, political stress from mass migration, and psychological stress on at-risk populations combine to bring the importance of effective crisis communication into sharp focus.

The International Journal of Crisis Communication offers a dynamic and efficient interdisciplinary platform for scholars in environmental communication, risk communication, health communication, journalism studies, psychology and sociology to explore the myriad aspects of the communication challenges we face.

Peer Review Policy:

  • The International Journal of Crisis Communication is a peer-reviewed publication of Green Publishers.
    • Manuscript topics are reviewed by senior editors, and if accepted, are assigned to independent reviewers appointed by the editorial board.
    • The editor appointed by the editorial board is responsible to ensure that the final manuscript is consistent with the theme of the selected issue.
    • The IJCC utilizes the Green Publishers electronic submission and peer-review system to facilitate reviewing and revision during the peer-review process.

Fee Waiver:

Green Publishers allows FEE Waiver to authors from any of the below countries which were classified by the World Bank as Low-income economies or Lower-middle-income economies as of September 2012 (reference – World Bank 1st September 2012).

List of Countries:

Afghanistan
Benin
Burundi
Central African Republic
Congo, Rep.
Eritrea
Georgia
Guinea-Bissau
Iraq
Kosovo
Liberia
Marshall Islands
Mongolia
Nepal
Paraguay
Sierra Leone
Sudan
Tajikistan
Tonga
Yemen, Rep.
Albania
Bhutan
Cambodia
Chad
Côte d’Ivoire
Ethiopia
Ghana
Guyana
Kenya
Kyrgyz Republic
Madagascar
Mauritania
Morocco
Nicaragua
Rwanda
Solomon Islands
Swaziland
Tanzania
Uganda
Zambia
Armenia
Bolivia
Cameroon
Comoros
Djibouti
Fiji
Guatemala
Haiti
Kiribati
Lao PDR
Malawi
Micronesia, Fed. Sts.
Mozambique
Niger
Samoa
Somalia
Syrian Arab Republic
Timor-Leste
Vanuatu
Zimbabwe
Belize
Burkina Faso
Cape Verde
Congo, Dem. Rep
El Salvador
Gambia, The
Guinea
Honduras
Korea, Dem Rep.
Lesotho
Mali
Moldova
Myanmar
Papua New Guinea
Senegal
South Sudan
São Tomé and Principe
Togo
West Bank and Gaza