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05.02.2004

NCA-2004

, National Communication Association-2004. 11-15 2004 , . (. ).

- 16 . Dr. Michael Hazen, RCA-NCA Unit Planner, hazen@wfu.edu.

Michael Hazen . . , oimatyas@ori.net.

NCA -2003 14 " , 2003" (http://www.russcomm.ru/rca_news/2003/2003_12_03.shtml)

NCA-2004 . NCA:
http://convention.allacademic.com/nca2004/
http://www.natcom.org)

Call for Papers
For 2004 NCA Convention, Chicago, USA

Russian Communication Association
(November 11-15, 2004)

The Russian Communication Association (RCA) is interested in papers or programs that relate to any aspect of communication in Russia (e.g. descriptive, theoretical, critical, pedagogical, intercultural, research) broadly construed. While proposals are not limited to the following areas, we are interested in constituting panels dealing with:

1) communicative behavior in Russia, and 2) Russian contributions to communication theory, philosophy, and research. The panel on communicative behavior could present research or analysis of any type of communication interactions (or communication patterns) in Russia ranging from interpersonal communication to mass communication. The panel on Russian theoretical contributions might consider the work of theorists such as Bakhtin, Vigotsky, Lotman, the Leontyevs or any others who seem to have something to say to our theoretical considerations about human communication. Proposals are not limited to these two broad areas.

For information, please contact Dr. Michael Hazen, Wake Forest University (hazen@wfu.edu), phone 336 758-5404.

 
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