The Philippine Journal of Development Communication (PJDC) (ISSN: 2012-2586) is an open access peer-reviewed journal published by the College of Development Communication (CDC), the world-recognized pioneer in the study and practice of development communication. PJDC’s vision is to be the main space in which students and scholars of development communication share conversation to further scientific inquiry and examination of social issues in the context of communication. PJDC hopes to cultivate the conversation on communication for development and social change in the Philippines and in Southeast Asia.

PJDC welcomes academic, empirical, research manuscripts on the following topics:

• Development communication • Knowledge management for dev’t • Science communication • Participatory communication • Community communication • Communication campaigns, programs • Educational communication • Risk communication • Organizational communication • Evaluation of communication programs • Mass media writing for • Environmental communication development Communication and culture • Interpersonal communication • Strategic communication • Communication theory . Communication systems policies • Visual communication and planning • Science journalism • Qualitative communication research • Rural communication

PJDC publishes research articles (up to 8,000 words), research and practice notes (up to 3,000 words), reflections and essays (up to 1,500 words), and book reviews (up to 1,000 words). PJDC accepts manuscript submissions ALL YEAR ROUND. PJDC provides immediate open access to its content believing that knowledge shared with more practitioners, students, and scholars is powerful. Read past articles in our website!