CSCA - 2013 Conference - Political Communication IG Reminder
I hope this e-mail finds all of you enjoying the beginnings of your fall semesters! Once again, as your loyal program planner for the CSCA Political Communication Interest Group, it’s my privilege/duty to remind you to please consider submitting a paper or panel for the 2013 CSCA conference in Kansas City. Below is the official call, once again, for your reference; I’d be happy to answer any questions you have about paper submissions or collaborating with others to create an exciting and innovative panel for the convention.
Remember that all submissions are due to me no later than Friday, October 5, 2012. And also, please note the Facebook page link for the convention:
James M. Schnoebelen, Ph.D.
2013 Program Planner / Vice-Chair
CSCA Political Communication Interest Group
POLITICAL COMMUNICATION INTEREST GROUP
CALL FOR PAPERS
Central States Communication Association
Kansas City, MO April 2-7, 2013
“Communicating the Possible”
The Political Communication Interest Group invites the submission of competitive papers and thematic panel proposals to be considered for presentation at the 2013 CSCA convention to be held in Kansas City, MO.
Submissions to the Political Communication Interest Group should explore theoretical and/or critical issues related to the study of politics and communication. The scope of this Interest Group is broad, as the study of politics and communication may encompass the communicative activity of citizens, individual political figures, governmental institutions, the media, political campaigns, advocacy groups, and social movements. This Interest Group recognizes and encourages research that addresses political communication topics in all contexts and levels of analysis, employing a variety of methodologies.
Proposals that explore connections with other interest groups are especially encouraged. We seek interactive and innovative formats to further develop and increase participation in the discussions. Examples of formats include:
Competitive Papers Panel: Three to four scholars and a respondent with Q & A from the audience.
Roundtable Discussion: Four to six people with a moderator featuring brief presentations followed by audience interaction and discussion.
Dialogue Sessions: Select a key issue, debate, or article that will serve to open the session and then become the focus of conversation.
Spotlight Sessions: Focus on a noted scholar and a particular aspect of teaching or research.
Debates: This format encourages a town hall atmosphere with a prearranged solution. Teams argue for and against the resolution.
Senior-Junior Scholar Master Classes: An opportunity for junior scholars to receive input on their research interests and programs from senior scholars in the field.
Paper submission: Only completed papers will be accepted. Papers must include a title page that is separate from the paper, allowing the author's identity to be concealed. Remove all author references in the text of the paper. Students (including graduate students) should mark their papers as "STUDENT" papers in the upper right hand corner of the title page. Debut papers, meaning papers from scholars who have never presented before, should mark their papers as "DEBUT" papers in the upper right hand corner of the title page. All papers should contain a 50-75-word abstract. The Interest Group will present the J. Jeffrey Auer Award for the top competitive graduate student paper, which also includes a monetary award.
Panel proposals: Each thematic panel proposal should include a rationale for the panel, identification and contact information for the panelists, and abstracts for each paper. Also include any media equipment requests.
All papers and panels must be submitted electronically using Microsoft Word. Documents sent in any other format will be returned to the sender. All media requests must be made at the time of submission. Projectors and screens are available; computers are not. Please only request the media if it is absolutely essential. Papers and Panel Proposals must be received by October 5, 2012.
All paper/panel submissions should be sent to:
Dr. James M. Schnoebelen
Washburn University, Department of Communication
Morgan Hall, Room 266-C
1700 SW College Ave.
Topeka, KS 66621
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