You must have seen our Call for Papers (CFP). We welcome faculty and student submissions of original research that contributes to the study of journalism and media communication from a cultural and critical perspective. The Division accepts submissions that include critical inquiry that cuts across theoretical and methodological boundaries. Please consider submitting your paper to CCS.
As you are ready to submit your paper, remember to maintain a paper length of 25-pages excluding tables, figures, and references. Abstracts must be no more than 75 words. Be sure that your submissions contain no identifying information, such as name, university affiliation, job title, etc. either in the text of the paper or in the document properties. Any identifying information found on the submission results in an immediate disqualification of the paper.
We are still looking for Reviewers, Moderators and Discussants. Some of you have replied to our call, if you haven’t, please let us know if you are willing to serve. We are looking for faculty members from a variety of subject and theoretical backgrounds to help us with the process. The division recognizes that reviewing can be a time consuming process, and we are grateful for your help. If you reviewed for us last year, we hope you’ll be willing to do so again!
Please create an account so that you can access the papers for review. You can create an account by going to the ALL ACADEMIC website.
Papers for review will be distributed in early April (typically 3-4 papers per reviewer) and reviews are due May 1.
If you’re interested in volunteering or have any questions, please contact research co-chairs Suman Mishra (email@example.com) and Peter Gloviczki (firstname.lastname@example.org). We look forward to hearing from you.