The Journal of Radio Studies (JRS) seeks manuscripts & book/video reviews for its Summer 2002 issue. Studies may focus on any contemporary or historical area of radio including: Rhetorical studies, propaganda, personalities, drama/popular culture, radio in national development, alternative/minority radio, internet radio, talk radio, management, ethical/legal issues, advertising, cultural history of radio, political use of radio, and international studies.
JRS strives to encourage interdisciplinary inquiries and promotes dialogue generated by various methodological points of view.
Submit 4 copies of the manuscript in APA style, 25 pages limit double spaced, by May 1, 2002.
Journal of Radio Studies Editor
Mass Media Program
Topeka, KS 66621
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