The Popular Communication Division invites completed papers, media presentations, and panel proposals for the 2010 SSCA convention. The division welcomes scholarship related to media and culture within a popular communication framework from a broad range of theoretical and methodological approaches. Special consideration will be given to
submissions that emphasize cross-disciplinary scholarship, relate to the convention location (Memphis, Tennessee), or focus on the convention theme: "Positive Communication."
Please submit all proposals electronically to SSCAPopComm@gmail.com. In the body of the e-mail provide your name, contact information, and paper/panel title. Completed papers should remain within 25 pages, begin
with an abstract, and should not include the author's/authors' names anywhere in the document.
Student papers should be clearly marked "Student" in the paper header and in the cover e-mail. Panel submissions
should include the names and affiliations of all participants in a document separate from the panel proposal itself, which should include a rationale for the panel and an abstract/summary for each presentation/discussant. It is expected that all those submitting will attend the conference if selected for inclusion in the program.
Please refrain from equipment requests unless positively essential to the presentation itself. Justifications for equipment must be made at the time of submission.
Send direct questions to Danielle E. Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org or (404) 413-5600.
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