About the Journal

The American Journal of Public Relations of ISSN 2957-7241 is a peer-reviewed academic journal that covers the field of public relations. The journal aims to provide a platform for scholars, practitioners, and students to exchange ideas, insights, and experiences on various aspects of public relations. The journal also seeks to advance the theory and practice of public relations by publishing original and innovative research. The journal follows an intensive peer review process that ensures the quality and relevance of the articles. The peer review process takes about 2-3 months from submission to decision. The journal is indexed by several platforms, such as Research Gate, Google Scholar, ebscohost, Scilit, and Crossref (DOI). These platforms help to increase the visibility and impact of the journal and its articles.

The journal has an international and diverse editorial board that consists of experts in the field of public relations. The editorial board members are responsible for overseeing the editorial process, providing guidance and feedback to the authors and reviewers, and ensuring the integrity and ethics of the journal. The journal is an open access journal, which means that all articles are freely available online for anyone to read, download, and share. The journal does not charge any fees to the authors or readers. The journal supports the principles of open science and encourages the authors to share their data and code. The journal respects the rights of the authors and allows them to retain the copyright of their articles. The authors can choose to publish their articles under a Creative Commons license that best suits their needs. The authors can also archive their articles in their personal or institutional repositories. The journal publishes monthly and accepts submissions on a rolling basis. The journal welcomes articles from various disciplines and perspectives that contribute to the understanding and improvement of public relations. The journal also publishes book reviews, case studies, commentaries, interviews, and special issues on relevant topics. Publishing with the American Journal of Public Relations is beneficial for the authors because it provides them with an opportunity to showcase their work to a global audience, enhance their reputation and credibility, receive constructive feedback from peers, and contribute to the advancement of knowledge in their field.