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COMMUNICATION YEARBOOK 33

- Communication Yearbook 33.

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Dr. Christina S. Beck, Editor, Communication Yearbook 33, Ohio University, School of Communication Studies, 210 Lasher Hall, Athens, OH 45701. Tel. (740) 593-9167, BECK@ohio.edu.

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Communication Yearbook 33 will feature state-of-the-discipline literature reviews of communication research. Each chapter will include a comprehensive examination of research on a communication topic as well as articulate the importance of that literature for a global community of diverse communication scholars and stakeholders.

Potential contributors may submit a narrative analysis or a meta-analysis; however, they should carefully integrate comprehensive and thoughtful synthesis and critique of core research findings as well as reflections on future directions for this area of scholarship in terms of theory and application. Potential contributors may certainly review relevant literature published in any language, but submissions must be written in English. Submissions must adhere to APA, 5th edition.

Potential contributors may submit proposals (e.g., 10-15 pages) or complete manuscripts (maximum of 70 pages, including all references and tables). All submissions must be transmitted electronically by no later than 11:59 p.m. EST on November 15, 2007; however, early submissions are highly encouraged. Submissions must include the following elements: (a) an argument for the relevance of the topic for a global audience, (b) an argument for the relevance of the topic for communication scholars from varied areas of the discipline, (c) a persuasive description of (and argument for) the bodies of scholarship that will be reviewed, and, in the case of proposals, (d) a specific outline for the more developed chapter. Notably, a proposal does not need to reference all of the particular articles and/or books that may be reviewed, but it should provide clear explanation of how the literature review will be conducted and how pertinent bodies of work will be selected.

Please submit documents electronically via Word attachment to Dr. Christina S. Beck, Editor, Communication Yearbook 33, at BECK@ohio.edu. All documents must be prepared in advance for blind review, with all identifying aspects removed. Authors must mask references to their own works within the text. The title page must be submitted as a separate word document, and it should include all contact information (i.e., name, title, mailing address, e-mail address, telephone number, and fax number) for all authors.

For more information about Communication Yearbook 33 or this call for submissions, please contact Dr. Beck at (740) 593-9167 or via e-mail at BECK@ohio.edu. Although electronic submissions are required, other correspondence may be sent, if desired, to: Dr. Christina S. Beck, Editor, Communication Yearbook 33, Ohio University, School of Communication Studies, 210 Lasher Hall, Athens, OH 45701.

 
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