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GenevaCALL FOR PAPERS POPULAR COMMUNICATION Editors Sharon R. Mazzarella, Ithaca College Norma Pecora, Ohio University Popular Communication, a new journal from Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, will publish articles on popular communication texts, artifacts, audiences, events, and practices. Commencing publication in 2003, this peer-reviewed journal will consider all aspects of popular culture that is mediated by or related to mass media. We welcome essays on such topics as: the Internet _ youth culture _ representation _ fandom _ film _ sports _ spectacles _ sexuality _ advertising _ consumer culture _ the digital revolution _ television _ radio _ music _ magazines _ zines _ dance _ comic books _ computer games The journal welcomes diverse theoretical and methodological perspectives. Popular Communication is intended for scholars, researchers, and educators in mass communication, advertising, media studies, visual communication, and cultural studies. It will also appeal to readers in family studies, gender studies, race/ethnic studies, sociology, social psychology, women's studies, American studies, and other disciplines with an emphasis on or interest in popular communication. The paper submission deadline for Volume 1, Issue 2, is June 1, 2002. Articles will be reviewed on an ongoing basis for publication in subsequent issues of the journal. Submissions: Submit five hard copies of the manuscript to Dr. Norma Pecora, Co-Editor, Popular Communication, c/o School of Telecommunications, 221 RTV Building, Ohio University, Athens, OH 45701 (phone: 740-593-4864; fax: 740-593-9184; e-mail: 0000,0000,00FF[log in to unmask]). Electronic submissions cannot be accepted. Manuscript Preparation: Manuscripts should be prepared according to the guidelines of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th ed.) Double space all material, including title page, abstract, text, quotations, acknowledgments, references, appendixes tables, figure captions, and footnotes. The title page should include the title of the manuscript; names and affiliations of all authors; name address, phone and fax numbers, email address of the corresponding author; and a running head of not more than 48 letters and spaces. Only the title page should contain identifying information. The second page should include the manuscript title, an abstract of 100 to 150 words, and a list of key words for use in indexing. All figures must be camera ready. Matt McAllister e-mail: [log in to unmask] Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies Department of Communication Studies, Virginia Tech Blacksburg, VA 24061-0311 USA ph: 540-231-9830 fax: 540-231-9817 ---- To sign off Screen-L, e-mail [log in to unmask] and put SIGNOFF Screen-L in the message. Problems? Contact [log in to unmask]