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RadioMorphoses is a French peer-reviewed interdisciplinary scientific journal dedicated to radio and sound studies. It was founded by the members of the Groupe de Recherches et d’études sur la radio (Radio Study and Research Group) in partnership with the Maison des Sciences de l’Homme d’Aquitaine (MSHA). The journal reflects on the reality of and developments in radio media, as well as issues and challenges. It solicits articles that combine research theory and practice on radio content, technologies, economy, uses and practices and creation. The journal also solicits articles on audiences and media reception, both in digital and paper format.

Published exclusively in electronic format, each issue of RadioMorphoses offers a special report subject to a call for papers, articles in the "off-topic" Varia section, thesis summaries, research reports and reading notes. The journal mainly solicits texts written in French, although it also offers the possibility to publish works in English and Spanish. It operates according to the "double-blind" academic procedure used to evaluate submitted contributions. RadioMorphoses also aims to develop discussions between researchers, professionals and key industry players on the study of radio media and mediatised sound communication more generally, either on a long-term or occasional basis.

RadioMorphoses is published with the support of the Maison des Sciences de l’Homme d’Aquitaine (MSHA), the MICA-EA 4426 research laboratory (Bordeaux Montaigne University) and the PRIM research team (University of Tours).

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