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Journal of Intercultural Communication (JICC) (ISSN 1404-1634) is an international, peer review, and open-access journal. The goal of the journal is to encourage scholars to publish their experimental and theoretical research and promote research but also Communication, Cultural Studies, Strategy and Management, Education, Linguistics and Language, Gender Studies, and Public Administration in the area of intercultural communication. The journal is an outgrowth of the activities of NIC – the Nordic Network for Intercultural Communication. The great interest shown in the activities of NIC has pointed to a need for more journals employing a peer review procedure within the area of intercultural communication. We hope that by starting this journal, we will be able to encourage more research, facilitate contact between interested researchers, and provide better opportunities for peer-reviewed publication.

  • Rapid Publication: JICC published 4 issues in a year (March, July, September, and November). Initial validation and desk review decision within 21 days of submission; acceptance to publication occurs within 90 days.
  • Acceptance rate (2022-12-29 — 2023-03-29): 15%
  • Token of appreciation: For their efforts, reviewers who provide timely peer-review reports will receive a discount on the APC of their next publication in JICC. Reviewers are strongly encouraged to endorse the journal at publons.

 

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Vol. 23 No. 4 (2023)

Includes special collections:

-Sustaining Intercultural Contact: Developing the Intercultural Communicative Competence of EFL Undergraduates in China

-Leader-Member Exchange and Creative Idea Endorsement: The Role of Supportive and Challenging Voice

-Superficial causes of AUM Theory Affect Uncertainty and Anxiety among Students in a High-Context Culture

-Blended-Learning Training and Evaluation: A Qualitative Study

Published: 2023-12-10

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Vol. 24 No. 1 (2024)

Includes special collections:

-Linking Gender To Creativity: Role of Risk Taking and Support For Creativity Towards Creative Potential of Employees

-I wish that I could have friends: The Intercultural Friendship Experience of Omani Students at US Universities

-Workers’ Perceptions Regarding Approaches To Intercultural Communication In The Workplace: A Study In A South African University

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