Convergence (journal)

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Not to be confused with the mathematics history journal Convergence published by the Mathematical Association of America
Convergence  
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DisciplineMedia studies
LanguageEnglish
Edited byJulia Knight and Alexis Weedon
Publication details
Publication history
1995-present
Publisher
FrequencyQuarterly
Standard abbreviations
Convergence
Indexing
ISSN1354-8565 (print)
1748-7382 (web)
LCCN97034285
OCLC no.60629730
Links

Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal that covers the fields of communications and media. The current editors are Sarah Aitkinson (Kings College, London) and Helen Kennedy (Brighton University). It was founded in 1995 by Julia Knight and Alexis Weedon (University of Bedfordshire) who edited volumes 1-23. The journal set the agenda for research the social and cultural implications of the new media technologies. First published by John Libbey Media, and then The University of Luton Press, it is now published by SAGE Publications.

It has published research by Amy Bruckman, dina boyd, Mette Mortensen, Simone Murray, Kate Pullinger, T.L. Taylor, M Whiteman, Andre Caron, Jay Bolter, Henry Jenkins, Mark Deuze, amongst others.

Abstracting and indexing[edit]

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