tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique is an unconventional, uncommon, critical Open Access Journal for the critial study of capitalism and communication. By being open access, online and with the help of a special Internet indexing system, it makes articles available to a broad global academic and public audience interested in issues related to contemporary society. Contributors to tripleC retain rights in their works because we use a (by-nc-nd) Creative Commons license for paper publishing.

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tripleC is different from other journals because it encourages authors to publish unconventional and uncommon thoughts, critical ideas, and to think beyond the mainstream of science and society. It is also interested in normative and political standpoints because we think that academia is not a neutral terrain, but highly political. Therefore it is honest and important to lay open this character and to openly discuss it. tripleC is a communicative forum, we publish responses from readers to articles and are interested in generating debate.

We aim also at a democratic review process by encouraging open reviewing, a process in which the names of authors and reviewers are known to each other. However, also conventional double-anonymous reviewing is available as an option.

Interested in submitting to this journal? We recommend that you review the About the Journal page for the journal's section policies, as well as the Author Guidelines. Authors need to register with the journal prior to submitting, or if already registered can simply log in and begin the 5 step process.

Besides peer-reviewed papers, we also publish reflections on current issues, political developments, reviews of books, comments on articles, discussions, interviews, etc that are related to the journal's mission. By this we aim to foster discourse about the information and communication age. Submissions for reflections are welcome. Please note that also all published articles can be commented by readers. For doings so, please register as reader to the journal and use the 'add comment' function that is displayed on the right-hand side of the abstract of articles.

The standard article length that authors should respect is 8,000 words.

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tripleC is a freely available open access online-journal using a non-commercial Creative Commons licence. This ensures a large readership and a high degree of reception in the scientific community. tripleC is a non-profit journal.