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Current Issue
Jurnal Komunikasi, Malaysian Journal of Communication
Volume 30(2), 2014

The topics featured in this volume are central to our daily lives. They describe the patterns of communication through verbal, non-verbal and online; ideologies and contexts that shape the discourse on photographs and news report headlines; and journalism codes of ethics, among others. The social media are edging their way to the hearts and minds of individuals to the extent they are able to mobilise their various interpretations of media, culture and society to a higher level. It is hoped that the constructive discussions in this issue will open up new horizon to enhance our understanding on the new frontiers in the area of communication.

Fauziah Ahmad
Editor

 

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Jurnal Komunikasi, Malaysian Journal of Communication
Volume 30(Special Issue), 2014

Transformation in media and communication paradigm is undergoing a necessary and compulsory evolution in human endeavor to achieve greatness. The interplay between the ubiquity of media technology with the need for human connection has created a vortex for media users who are constantly challenging the existing boundaries set as communities, government and industries. What needs to be done to overcome this vortex is a synergy in which these three parties can be scrutinized and studied. This special issue brings together positions and researches from various perspectives that distinctly mark their dealings with the distinct realities of today. The articles are selected from Mention13 international conference, jointly organized by the School of Media and Communication Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia and South-South Information Gateway (SSIG), Ministry of Communications and Multimedia, a smart partnership that holds the theme ‘Media and Communication Transformation: Synergizing Communities, Government and Industries’ which resonates well with the mission and vision of the university. There is an existential need for us humans to connect with each other, and the media seem to facilitate the process. The new development in ICT has also deluged our time with modern technologies, which have ontological effects on the meaning of the media audience. With Web 2.0 for instance, media audiences are now media users. What this shows is that instead of passive experiencing of the media, we are now active participants or users. We now contribute to the content of the media and therefore should be held responsible for where the media are taking us as part of society and human nation.

Fauziah Ahmad
Editor

Next Issue: Call for Papers

Jurnal Komunikasi, Malaysian Journal of Communication
Volume 31(1), 2015

Members of the Editorial Board for Jurnal Komunikasi, Malaysian Journal of Communication (JK-MJC) wish to thank all contributors, both local and foreign, for Volume 30(2), 2014. The Editorial Board would like to welcome contributions for Volume 31(1), 2015 according to the following deadlines: Submission of journal article: 31st May 2015; Online publication: 30st June 2015.


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