We welcome our new Board Member Katharina Lobinger

Studies in Communication Sciences (SComS) is very pleased to announce the appointment of Katharina Lobinger to its Editorial Board. We look forward to working with her as we continue our efforts to promote the free and open exchange of ideas in our field.  
Posted: 2018-02-05 More...

Call for Papers: "Financial discourse"


Studies in Communication Sciences (SComS) is very pleased to announce that Rudi Palimeri (University of Liverpool), Carlo Raimondo (Università della Svizzera italiana), Andrea Rocci (Università della Svizzera italiana), and Marlies Whitehouse (Zurich University of Applied Sciences) will guest editor a thematic section entitled: "Financial discourse: narrative, argument and the discurse dynamics of (un-)sustainable trust"


Posted: 2018-02-01 More...

Annual conference of the SACMR 2018 in Lugano


The Annual conference of the Swiss Association of Communication and Media Research (SACMR) 2018 Conference is being held in Lugano, Switzerland, from 12-13 April 2018, hosted by the Faculty of Communication Sciences, USI-Università della Svizzera Italiana. 


Posted: 2017-10-05 More...

Issue 17/1 now available: SComS becomes open access


Dear Colleagues, Authors and Readers

It is our pleasure to announce that with this issue Studies in Communication Sciences will be published Open Access. All contents of this and future issues will be freely available for readers worldwide without charge – neither for readers nor for authors. We believe that this Open Access model returns our scholarly publishing to its original purpose, namely the free and open exchange of scientific knowledge and ideas.

Posted: 2017-10-03 More...

Annual conference of the SACMR 2017 in Chur


"Innovations as Challenges for Communication Science and Practice". The conference will take place on April 27-28, 2017 at the HTW Chur, Switzerland. The official website of the conference is

Posted: 2017-03-27 More...

New open access strategy


From 2017 Studies in Communication Sciences will become fully open access. The journal will be free to both the authors and readers. Our new publishing home is HOPE, which stands for Hauptbibliothek Open Publishing Environment, which is offered by the Main Library of the University of Zurich based on the infrastructure of the Zentrale Informatik. 

Posted: 2017-03-20 More...
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