THE SOUTHEASTERN SPEECH COMMUNICATION CONFERENCE
ON GRADUATE RESEARCH ---- APRIL 19-21, 1996
The Univ. of Georgia Speech Communication Dept. invites graduate
students to submit papers, extened abstracts, panels, and programs
that have general interest to the field of communication study.
Areas of interest may include, but are not limited to:
interpersonal, rhetorical, organizational, intercultural and mass
communication studies, health communication, women's studies in
communication, cultural studies, philosophy of communication, and
communication education. Panels, programs and paper submitted may be
theoretical, methodological, empirical, interpretive, or critical in
nature. Submissions related to future trends of the Speech
Communication discipline, diversity and multiculturalism, or graduate
student concerns are especially welcome.
Paper submitted for review should not exceed 25 double-spaced pages
(excluing the title pages, abstract, references, tables)Paper should
include a detachable title page indicating: name, address, phone#,
and so on.
Submission must be postmarked by January 15, 1996.
Please send 3 copies of all submissions to:
The Graduate Forum
Speech Communication Department
110 Terrell Hall
The University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602-1725
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