The theme of this meeting is " Language of Politics, Language of Citizenship, Language of Culture" Besides submissions that address any aspect of this theme, the program will also cover the full range of theory and research in political psychology.
The ISPP program consists of papers, symposia, roundtables, posters, and workshops. Those submitting proposals should use the above form which corresponds with the type of presentation being given. All proposals should include an abstract of approximately 500 words, a short title of the paper/roundtable/symposia/poster and must include the complete addresses, phone #s, FAX or email addresses, and affiliations for all authors or members of the panel. Submissions may be sent by FAX or mail or Email. Requests for audiovisual equipment should be submitted with the proposals. All proposals must contain all required materials. Incomplete proposals will be returned to the submitter.
Groups of related papers, by different authors, are encouraged; each author should submit a title and abstract and the information requested in above. The program chairs reserve the right to add papers, grouping papers into sessions according to topic.
The deadline for submitting proposals to the program chair is 31 December 2001, but earlier submission is urged, especially if you need a formal letter of invitation after your proposal has been accepted. Participants will be expected to arrange their own travel to Berlin.
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