the Cuban Journal of Information and Communication, is an electronic scientific
publication designed for researchers, academics, students and all those
social actors that make up the professional sector or remain linked to
areas related to the field of info-communication, both in Cuba, Latin
America as in the rest of the world, publish and share their inquiries.
Among its main objectives, the publication aims to:
- Promote an academic space, with national and international impact, that
allows the dissemination and promotion of information and communication
-Articulate a space of interdisciplinary reflection based on the thematic
interests of the publication, which enhances the integration between the
academic work and the different areas of action of the professionals of
Information and Communication.
The texts that are presented must be understood as the result of the incessant
search and the intellectual effort to account for the current state of
our disciplines. In this regard, it is the first attempt at dialogue and
integration, in our country, of scientific production and research advances
in the fields of Information and Communication, in line with its latest
trends and with the possibility of promoting work of key exponents of
its development in the international field.
The prioritized sphere of production of scientific knowledge of the
publication comprises, in a general way, the following thematic axes:
- Theoretical Studies of Communication and Information
-Socio-historical studies of communication and information
-Communication and Information for development.
-Communication and Information in organizations.
-Languages and discourses of information and communication.
-Training and professional performance.
- Information and communication systems and policies.
-Trends and impacts of ICT.
-Information and communication for the government.
-Reception, consumption and human interaction with information and communication.
-Information, Communication and Culture.
Information and communication as conceptual axes of the publication are
conceived in their broadest sense as fields of research whose disciplinary
status has been in constant debate; and where they manage to develop,
however, several areas of professional performance (Journalism, Organizational
Communication, Public Relations, Advertising, Information Sciences, Librarianship,
Archivology, Documentation and Museology) that help to delimit the scope
of our approaches to the object of analysis common to both domains of
Communication is understood in this sense as the social process through
which individuals, groups and institutions produce and exchange information,
comprehending in a general way the latter as a mediating process / product
in the constitution of the sociality of the subjects through the search,
accumulation and transmission of knowledge.