23 March 2021
Quality – Network – Communication: Strategic Actions in 2020
The global COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact on the way we live and work. From our editorial perspective the goal has not only been to adjust...
23 February 2021
CEJC in numbers: Indexing, Abstracting and the Acceptance Rate
The Spring 2021 issue has generated the highest number of submissions for “Central European Journal of Communication” history. There is also a significant change...
15 February 2021
Wykaz czasopism naukowych MEiN – stanowisko redakcji "Central European Journal of Communication"
W związku z opublikowaniem 9 lutego 2021 roku przez Ministerstwo Edukacji i Nauki rozszerzonego...
15 February 2021
The Media and Democracy Karol Jakubowicz Award Goes International
We are happy to confirm that the Associate Editors of “Central European Journal of Communication” (CEJC) as well as the Leadership team of the...
07 February 2021
The 4th Pillar of Democracy: Free Media and Media Self-regulation in Poland
The Erich Brost Institute (EBI) for International Journalism of the Technical University Dortmund organized a conference...
26 October 2020
An Introduction to Open Journal Systems
The Open Journal Systems (OJS) is a specialized, open source software application dedicated to scientific journals. The system, created in 2001 in Canada by the Public Knowledge Project,...
16 July 2020
The Media and Democracy Karol Jakubowicz Award 2020 – Winner announced
The Polish Communication Association and “Central European Journal of Communication” are institutional members of Media and Democracy Karol Jakubowicz...
26 March 2020
CEJC meets the Executive of Polish Communication Association and “Media and Democracy Karol Jakubowicz Award”
On February 28, 2020 The Executive of the Polish Communication Association (PCA) met in Krakow to discuss the report of its activities and strategies to move forward. One of the key themes...
04 February 2020
Welcome to our new CEJC website!
We are happy to welcome you on the new website of „Central European Journal of Communication”, which is a result of adaptation strategies implemented by new CEJC management over the last few months.