Irish Communications Review aims to provide a forum in Ireland for research, analysis and discussion of all matters related to media communications and to communications studies. Media Communications encompasses broadcasting, film, journalism, public relations, advertising, media education, etc.
Studying the media within their political, cultural, economic and historical contexts, it seeks to encourage the exchange of ideas and experiences, and to present information on new developments relevant to the field. International as well as national issues will be examined.
Current Issue: Volume 17, Issue 1 (2020)
Critical Media, Information, and Digital Literacy: Increasing Understanding of Machine Learning Through an Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Course
Barbara R. Burke and Elena Machkasova
Hybrid Media and Political Trials: How legacy journalism perceives citizen journalism and social media in political trials - the case of #jobstownnotguilty
Henry Silke, Maria Rieder, and Eugenia Siapera