The Political Communication Divisions of the
International Communication Association and the American Political
Science Association co-sponsor Political Communication, a journal
published by Taylor & Francis.
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Political Communication Section Members
As a member of the section, you get online access to the section
journal, Political Communication. To access the journal, go to
apsanet.org and log in. Then scroll down to section memberships. There
will be a link for Political Communications. Click on that as well as
on the informaworld.com link that will show up on the next page. That
link will take you to issues of the journal.
Political Communication Division Members
As a member of the ICA Political Communication Division, you have
access to the full articles of the ICA/APSA journal, Political
Communication. To get access online, go to the ICA web site: http://www.icahdq.org/
and log in to the Members Only section. Then click the Publisher
Discounts link, which is on the drop-down list while the cursor hovers
over Members Only. From there, look under the Taylor & Francis
heading for the Political Communication link.
of Contents Email Alerts
To sign up for Table of Contents email alerts for new issues of the
journal, you must register first on the publisher's website: www.informaworld.com.
NOTE: You may have registered already, especially if you used the
original vouchers to activate online access to Political Communication.
Click Register and provide your name and address, choose a username and
password, and agree to the site rules. After completing and submitting
the form, you will receive an email message with a confirmation link.
Click it, then navigate back to the journal site. At the Political
Communication home page, select the Alert link at the upper right. A
prompt then asks you to select the type of alert you prefer. Table of
Contents alert messages contain links to articles in the issue, but to
read these articles, members must sign into the publisher's site after
first signing in on the ICA or APSA website.
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