The Kentucky Journal of Communication (KJC) (ISSN:1533-3140) was first published in the fall of 1969 and is the official journal of the Kentucky Communication Association. The journal is published by the association bi-annually in the Spring and Fall. The KJC is one of only six state journals published in the Southern States Communication Association. Special Issues of the journal feature topics which range from pertinent social issues to the state of communication education in Kentucky. Additionally, there is an ongoing commitment by the editorial board to publish exceptional undergraduate and graduate research; either in a special issue or in a regular edition. Suggestions and comments regarding special issues or feedback about articles are always welcome.

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