African Journal of Information and Communication Technology (AJICT) is an international journal providing a publication vehicle for coverage of topics of interest to those involved in computing, communication networks, electronic communications, information technology systems and Bioinformatics. It is serving as an open source vehicle of the works of researchers in ICT world wide that hitherto would not be available to organisations outside and within the African sub-region.
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The Australasian Journal of Construction Economics and Building is a peer reviewed, open access publication, free to both readers and authors, for original research into all aspects of the economics and management of building and construction, quantity surveying and property management.
Editor Göran Runeson
Assistant Editor Jin Hui Woo
Editor Special Features Gerard de Valence
The AJCEB Conference Series, although associated with AJCEB, is an independent publication where conference organisers can publish papers from their conferences. It offers an opportunity to locate the best of featured conferences in one place. Guest editors appointed by the conference organisation will determine selection criteria and are solely responsible for their content.
The Australasian Journal of Construction Economics and Building - Conference Series (AJCEB Conference Series) is a peer reviewed, open access publication, free to both readers and authors, publishing outstanding papers from selected conferences. Although associated with AJCEB, the AJCEB Conference Seriesis an independent publication which offers the organisers of selected conferences an opportunity to publish the very best papers from their conferences.
Editorial Consultant Göran Runeson
Editor Imriyas Kamardeen
A peer-reviewed journal that aims to strengthen the research voice of local government in the Commonwealth by providing a forum for researchers and practitioners interested in local government ideas and practices. Its overall focus is upon improving local governance and supporting local government as an agent of development. The journal is auspiced by the Commonwealth Local Government Forum (UK), edited by Cardiff University (UK), and published by the UTS Centre for Local Government.
Cultural Studies Review is a refereed journal published twice a year in March and September. It publishes high quality research articles and innovative writing in the broad realm of cultural studies. Access to articles is open to all and available without registering with the journal. You do need to register to make submissions on-line and to receive email alerts when issues are published. Cultural Studies Review is grateful for the financial support provided by the following schools, faculties and centres: School of Culture and Communication, University of Melbourne; Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Technology, Sydney; Faculty of Law, University of Technology, Sydney; School of Media, Culture and Creative Arts, Curtin University of Technology, Perth; Griffith Centre for Cultural Research, Griffith University, Queensland.
Cultural Studies Review is a refereed journal published twice a year in March and September. It publishes high quality research articles and innovative writing in the broad realm of cultural studies.
Access to articles is open to all and available without registering with the journal. You do need to register to make submissions on-line and to receive email alerts when issues are published.
Cultural Studies Review is grateful for the financial support provided by the following schools, faculties and centres: School of Culture and Communication, University of Melbourne; Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Technology, Sydney; Faculty of Law, University of Technology, Sydney; School of Media, Culture and Creative Arts, Curtin University of Technology, Perth; Griffith Centre for Cultural Research, Griffith University, Queensland.
Gateways is a refereed journal concerned with the practice and processes of university-community engagement. It provides a forum for academics, practitioners and community representatives to explore issues and reflect on practices relating to the full range of engaged activity. The journal publishes evaluative case studies of community engagement initiatives; analyses of the policy environment; and theoretical reflections that contribute to the scholarship of engagement.
The International Journal of Rural Law and Policy publishes special themed editions as well as unsolicited, relevant and peer reviewed articles as they are completed. It covers the many interdisciplinary and complex issues which make up rural law and policy. The journal is online and is free to registered users. Registration is free.
The Journal of Project, Program and Portfolio Management is an e-journal that publishes scholarly articles, case studies and research reports. The articles are peer-reviewed and case studies and research reports are reviewed by the editors.
Portal Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies is a fully peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the publishing of scholarly articles from practitioners of—and dissenters from—international, regional, area, migration and ethnic studies, and it is also dedicated to providing a space for the work of cultural producers interested in the internationalization of cultures. International Studies in Portal refers to studies of contemporary societies and cultures in relation to processes of transnationalization, polyculturation, transculturation, transmigration, globalization, and anti-globalization, and to material and imaginative responses by people and communities to those processes. Portal aims to achieve a genuinely multidisciplinary mix of approaches to international studies by scholars working in the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Cultural Studies, and by cultural producers working anywhere. The journal’s commitment to fashioning a genuinely “international” studies venue is also reflected in our willingness to publish critical and creative work in English as well as in Chinese, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish. Portal was categorized as an A journal in the Australian Research Council's Excellence in Research for Australia [ERA] 2008 rankings of peer-reviewed journals.
Research on the contemporary People's Republic of China. Focuses on variations in social and economic development across the country and on regional and local developments and diversification.
Public Communication Review is a fully peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the publishing of scholarly articles concerned with the field of public communication.
Public History Review investigates the nature and forms of public history: how and to whom is the past communicated and how does the past operate in the present?
Public Space: The Journal of Law and Social Justice is a peer reviewed, multi media, online, law journal which draws on cross disciplinary research and scholarship to address social justice issues of immediate and wide ranging concern. Public Space also includes an Open Space for non-refereed contributions, including reviews, links to other journals or conferences, and discussion. Public Space is published twice a year in open access form by the Faculty of Law of the University of Technology, Sydney and UTSepress.
Sydney's history from first human settlement to the present.