This is a general call for papers for the December 2005 issue of Journal of Radio Studies, a refereed publication of the Broadcast Education Association and Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Particular attention will be given to historical (including diffusion studies), economic, or empirical works regarding satellite radio, but all topics are welcome.
JRS is the first scholarly publication in the world dedicated exclusively to radio studies. The Journal strives to encourage interdisciplinary inquiries regarding radio's contemporary and historical subject matter. In addition, JRS seeks to promote dialogue generated by various methodological points of view.
Submitted articles undergo a blind peer review. Manuscripts should be sent to the Editor via email or 4 printed copies, and should conform to the stylistic guidelines of the APA. Mailing address and brief biographical summaries of authors should be provided on a separate page. Another page should include an abstract of no more than 100 words. Manuscripts should not exceed 6500 words (about 25 pages). Send e-mail attachments by March 1, 2005, to the e-mail address provided below or packages to the editor (mailing address follows).
Articles appearing in JRS are evaluated according to their conceptualization, importance to radio studies and mass communication theory, contribution to the mass media literature, interest to JRS readers, soundness of research & methodological procedures, and the clarity of presentation.
Douglas A. Ferguson
Professor and Editor, Journal of Radio Studies
College of Charleston
Department of Communication
Chalreston, SC 29424
(843) 953-7854 Email: email@example.com
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