Aims and Scope

Southeast Asian Media Studies Journal aims to be at the forefront of media research in Southeast Asia. The journal concentrates on Southeast Asian media frameworks, perspectives, theories, and practices. Submissions adhering to the journal’s aims and scope will be considered for publication. The journal welcomes scholarly articles, book reviews, film festival reviews, as well as exhibition and event reviews.

Submissions may address any topic on media studies in Southeast Asia, including the following:

  • Audience studies
  • Broadcast communication
  • Digital media
  • Film studies
  • Journalism
  • Mass communication
  • Mass media • Media and culture
  • Media and diaspora
  • Media and environment
  • Media and political economy
  • Media and religions
  • Media and society
  • Media and transnationalism
  • Media business and management
  • Media communications
  • Media convergence
  • Media criticism
  • Media education and literacy
  • Media ethnography
  • Media histories
  • Media laws and ethics
  • Media linguistics
  • Media marketing
  • Media programming
  • Media spaces
  • Media technologies
  • Media theories and practices