Global Media Journal
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The Global Media Journal is an open access academic journal in regional and national editions from around the world. It reflects academic research in various countries. The journal was included on Jeffrey Beall's list of potential, possible, or probable predatory scholarly open-access journals. It was abstracted and indexed by Scopus, but delisted in 2016.
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