Monday, December 21, 2009

160. CFP

Speaker and Gavel Special Call for Papers:

Speaker and Gavel - A publication of Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha

Call for a special issue on "Method in Communication Studies."

As communication methods vary vastly in shape and form, Speaker and Gavel, would like to showcase in this special issue a wide array of methodological approaches. Any methodological perspective will be considered as long as the subject/object of the manuscript is to showcase how the method(s) address communication theory. Speaker and Gavel encourages and promotes undergraduate and graduate research; thus, submissions from undergraduate and graduate students should be identified as such on the cover letter.

Manuscripts must conform to the latest edition of the American Psychological Association (APA) style. Manuscripts must provide, on the cover page, complete contact information for the senior/lead author and brief biographical information for each author. The abstract page should contain an abstract not to exceed 150 words, and a list of keywords for indexing. All manuscripts must be submitted in Word format (doc). Submissions should be e-mailed to the editor-elect of Speaker and Gavel Stephen M. Croucher by March 15, 2010 for full consideration at scrouch@bgsu.edu

For questions should be directed to the editor-elect at: scrouch@bgsu.edu

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