An invitation to dialogue: Do communication journal reviewers mute the race-related research of scholars of color?
In this essay, I explore the contradiction between the call for increased researcher reflexivity amid allegations of bias when Black researchers (or other scholars of color) investigate race. My purpose is twofold: (a) to advance a position regarding the possible existence of a double (more stringent) standard being applied by communication journal reviewers to race-related, qualitative research, especially when scholars of color conduct such research and (b) to invite a conversation among communication scholars regarding the publication experiences of those investigating race and whether such research is viewed as legitimate knowledge within the discipline. © 2005 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC. All right reserved.
Southern Communication Journal
Hendrix, K. (2005). An invitation to dialogue: Do communication journal reviewers mute the race-related research of scholars of color?. Southern Communication Journal, 70 (4), 329-345. https://doi.org/10.1080/10417940509373338