The Journal of Applied Communications is a quarterly, refereed journal published by the Association for Communication Excellence in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Life and Human Sciences (ACE). The Journal of Applied Communications focuses specifically on issues and topics relevant to agricultural and applied communication professionals and is peer-reviewed to ensure accuracy and quality.
PUBLISHING FEE ANNOUNCEMENT
Effective for all new manuscripts submitted June 1, 2020 and beyond, the Journal is now collecting a $150 publishing fee per article to support the work involved in sustaining the journal. This publishing fee is WAIVED if at least one of the authors is a current dues-paying member of ACE. Annual dues for professional members of ACE is $160, and for students/recent graduates, it's $80. Other types of memberships are available as well. This policy does NOT apply to articles that were already in the review process prior to June 1, 2020. It only applies to new submissions. Before publication, each accepted submission will be checked to confirm at least one author is a current dues-paying member or to collect the publishing fee. Publication may be delayed until payment is received or will be withdrawn if payment is not received by the deadline given. Questions? Contact the Executive Editor.
Current Issue: Volume 104, Issue 4 (2020)
Exploring Science Communication Effectiveness in the U.S. Federal Government Research Process: A Case Study with the U.S. Livestock Producers’ Antimicrobial Use Research
Katie Abrams, Chelsea Bonser, and Amber McCord
A Mixed-Methods Comparison of Self-Reported and Conversational Trust in Science
Joy N. Rumble, Yu-Lun Wu, Kelsey Tully, Taylor K. Ruth, Jason D. Ellis Ph.D., and Alexa J. Lamm
Catastrophe and Environmental Restoration: Analyzing the Frames and Sources of Oyster Restoration News Stories
Hannah O. Brown, Susan K. Jacobson, and Glenn Israel
Crisis Communications in a Natural Agricultural Disaster
Erica Irlbeck and Austin Moore
Using Audience Segmentation to Determine Millennial Perceptions toward GM Foods
Katherine Burke Ph.D., Courtney D. Boman Ph.D., Jeremy D'Angelo, and Jason D. Ellis Ph.D.
Examining the Social Properties of Oklahoma Agricultural Facebook Pages: A Quantitative Content Analysis
Audrey E. H. King and Quisto Settle
Agricultural Mothers’ Conversations & Decision-Making about Food
Alyssa Rockers, Quisto Settle, and Dwayne Cartmell
Introducing the Academic Discipline of Agricultural Communications to the United Kingdom
Jefferson D. Miller, Sara Maples Bell, Jill Rucker, Emily Buck, and Anika Parks