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CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS: AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL (CCIJ)

1. SPECIAL ISSUE ON COMMUNICATING ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE

Recently change communication was given a prominent place on the Organizational Communication agenda. In a special issue on the state of art in communication theory and research, Jones and colleagues (2004) state that understanding change communication is one of the six challenges for OC in the new century. They plea for research on communication during the implementation of organizational change because this offers the chance for organizations to manage the change process better (Jones, Watson, Gardner, & Gallois, 2004; 737). Detailed insight in various forms of communication during change processes, and communicative behavior of management, or change agents is required. The prevailing idea that change communication equals top down communication, or management communication needs to be reconsidered. Organizational Development theory can be helpful in this because of its focus on creating opportunities for dialogue and interaction in a context of organizational change (Cummings, 2004), although there is relatively little attention to communication, it is within OD theory part of the vocabulary, but usually is used as a general term.

CCIJ wants to have a special issue on change communication, and try to get an overview of the recent insights on this. What research is been done about the role of information and/or communication processes in the failure or success of organizational change? Papers could be conceptual, empirical, based on case studies, or (for instance) the way newspapers publish about organizational change.

Information about the special issue:

Deadline of submissions: October 15th, 2007

Notification to authors: December 15th, 2007

Deadline revisions: March, 15th, 2008

Publication: issue 3, 2008

Papers should have a maximum of 6,000 words and should have a structured abstract (see journal homepage for details:
http://www.emeraldinsight.com/info/journals/ccij/notes.jsp

Please send your inquiries or your papers to w.j.l.elving@uva.nl

References:
Jones, E., Watson, B., Gardner, J., & Gallois, C. (2004). Organizational communication: Challenges for the new century.
Journal of Communication, 54, 4, p. 722 750.
Cummings, T.G. (2004). Organizational development and change: Foundations and applications. In J.J. Boonstra (Ed.), Dynamics of organizational change and learning. /Chichester: Wiley, p. 25 42.

2. SPECIAL ISSUE: INTEGRATED COMMUNICATIONS

Call for Papers: Deadline January 1st, 2008

Guest Editors:
Lars Thger Christensen, The University of Southern Denmark Odense
Joep Cornelissen, Leeds University Business School
A. Fuat Frat, University of Texas Pan American

After almost two decades of research and debate, integrated communi ca tions continues to be a topic of great interest and relevance to scholars and practi tioners of marketing, public relations and communication. Indeed, usage sta tis tics demonstrate that among the most downloaded papers from the CCIJ website, several deal with integrated communications. As the field is maturing and expanding to still more dimensions of the organisation and the market, other disciplines like management, HRM and consumption theory are beginning to show an interest in the notion of integrated communications and its implica tions for their specific spheres of activity. While such development may change or dilute the meaning of integrated communications, it is simultaneously such expansion that allows us to explore more fully the strengths and weaknesses of the con cept and its underlying assumptions. For this special issue, we invite theore ti cal and empirical papers that approach, discuss and/or critique inte grated com munications as a communications tool, a theoretical concept, a prac titioner dis course, a system of media planning, or as coordinated practices and beha viours. Relevant subtopics include, but are not restricted to, the following:

  • The (expanding) meaning and practice of integrated communications
  • The customer-orientation of integrated communications
  • The organisation of integrated communications
  • The reception of integrated communications (internally and externally)
  • New perspectives on integrated communications

Submissions should be e-mailed to Dr. Christensen at mailto:ltc@sam.sdu.dk with the manuscript attached to the e-mail as a MS Word file. Papers for this special issue should be no longer than 4,000 words in length and include a structured abstract of up to 250 words and up to six keywords that encapsulate the prin cipal subjects covered by the paper.

Deadline for papers: January 1st, 2008

Notification for authors: April 1st 2008

Resubmissions deadline: September 1st 2008

All papers will first be considered by the Editors for general relevance and significance to this special issue. If accepted for review, papers will then be subject to a strict double blind peer review.

For further information on the journal please see
http://www.emeraldinsight.com/ccij.htmwww.emeraldinsight.com/ccij.htm

Wim J.L. Elving
U. of Amsterdam,
Dept of Communication,
ASCoR
Editor CCIJ
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1012 CX Amsterdam
The Netherlands
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