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TAMIU Global Media Journal Part of Texas Digital Library Posted: 3/31/16

TAMIU Global Media Journal Part of Texas Digital Library

 

Global Media Journal
Academic researchers worldwide contribute to The Global Media Journal México  

Academic researchers from Texas A&M International University and the Tecnológico de Monterrey, México, are joint editors of The Global Media Journal México (GMJM), now easily accessible through the online Texas Digital Library (TDL).

GMJM, dubbed the global network of communication scholars, rigorously follows international standards based on blind peer-review in submissions.  Scholarly submissions for consideration are global in nature, and to date have come from throughout the Americas and Europe. 

Additional GMJM support is provided by the Sue and Radcliffe Killam Library and TDL staff.

The Fall 2015 GMJM, available from the TDL,  features a range of subjects including citizenship construction and social media; audience appraisal of romance in the movie “50 Shades of Gray,” and the formation of collective identity in Wikipedia contributors, among others.

The Fall 2016 edition of GMJM is currently seeking original empirical research on Cinema History: Distribution, Exhibition and Cinema Going.

To view the current edition, visit GMJM on the TDL site at https://journals.tdl.org/gmjei/index.php/GMJ_EI

TDL is a consortium of Texas higher education institutions providing shared services in support of research, teaching, and the advancement of scholarship. A range of services and engagement opportunities are offered to members, including shared software hosting, technical support, professional development opportunities, and collaborative engagement.

Its goals focus on enabling each member library to advance digital initiatives through collaborative software hosting, training, professional development, and community engagement.

For additional information on The Global Media Journal México (GMJM), contact Dr. José C. Lozano, TAMIU professor and chair, department of Psychology and Communication, at jose.lozano@tamiu.edu

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