In addition to its broad array of individually commissioned articles, the Oxford Research Encyclopedias include articles from special edited collections on select subfields, which are also published as stand-alone printed volumes.
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Communication and Critical Cultural Studies provides an in-depth coverage of contemporary critical cultural scholarship in the field of Communication.
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Health and Risk Message Design and Processing provides in-depth coverage of the societal, message, source, channel, and receiver influences contributing to health and risk messaging effects and effectiveness.
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Intergroup Communication provides an in-depth coverage of research, theory, and application of intergroup communications.
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies takes stock of the evolving field of journalism, summarizing the development of major themes of research, revisiting key concepts and traditional forms and genres of journalism in light of contemporary developments, and to setting out directions for future research.
The [Oxford] Encyclopedia of Queer Studies and Communication provides in-depth coverage of the relationship between communication and the societal decisions, popular culture/media representations, public opinion, and interpersonal participation of/within LGBTQI communities.