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Should that submission date be January 31, 2005?

Darrell M. Newton, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor,
The Department of Communication and Theater Arts
Salisbury University
290 Holloway Hall
Salisbury, MD 21801
(410) 677-5060 Office
(410) 543-6229 Department

http://faculty.salisbury.edu/~dmnewton/

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>The Radio Journal:
>International Studies in Broadcast and Audio Media
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>Call for contributions
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>The three numbers of Volume 3 of The Radio Journal will appear throughout
>2005.
>The Editorial and International Advisory Board specifically invite
>contributions for this Volume on the theme of:
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>Community radio, Radio in development and Radio for social purposes
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>Contributions are particularly welcome from regions of the world not so
>far represented in the Journal's contents -  Africa, Asia, The Caribbean,
>Latin-America - and those European countries not previously represented in
>the Journal.
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>Articles should preferably be written in English and between 4000 and 6000
>words in length, complete with a 250-word abstract and up to six key words
>for indexing purposes. They should be submitted by e-mail MS word
>attachment by January 31, 2004, to Associate Editor, Peter Lewis,
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>International Advisory Board, who will forward it to Peter Lewis. We would
>also be interested to receive by the deadline abstracts of proposed
>articles on this theme, which could then be submitted as complete articles
>no later than 31 March 2005. All articles will be blind peer-reviewed by
>members of the board(s). Please follow the Harvard or included style of
>referencing. Numbered notes may be used in addition where necessary, for
>example for archival sources and radio broadcasts not readily accessible
>following original broadcast.
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>The Radio Journal: International Studies in Broadcast and Audio Media is
>published in association with the Radio Studies Network, the UK's
>association for researchers and teachers of sound broadcasting, and is an
>academic, peer-reviewed publication for all those interested in research
>into the production, reception, texts and contexts of radio and audio
>media; including all structures, forms and genres of radio broadcasting,
>while also embracing net distribution and audio streaming of radio
>services and texts, CD-ROMs, books-on-tape, and sound art. The Journal
>welcomes individual contributions from established and new scholars around
>the world, including work and research in progress. Critical approaches
>are invited from a range of scholarly disciplines across the humanities
>and social sciences. Joint and/or inter-disciplinary submissions are also
>encouraged. Original work on practice and production in the radio
>industries is as welcome as theory formation. Pedagogical issues will be
>covered in an annual feature on the teaching of radio studies.
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>Editor
>Ken Garner                      Glasgow Caledonian University
>Editorial Board
>Carin Åberg                   Caricomm Konsult (Internet Agency)
>Andrew Crisell                  University of Sunderland
>David Goodman           University of Melbourne
>Michele Hilmes          University of Wisconsin-Madison
>Kate Lacey                      University of Sussex
>Peter Lewis                     LSE (Associate Editor)
>Enrico Menduni          University of Siena
>Caroline Mitchell               University of Sunderland
>Gail Phillips                   Murdoch University
>Eric Rothenbuhler               Texas A&M University
>Sean Street                     Bournemouth University
>International Advisory Board
>Aggrey Brown                    University of the West Indies
>Manuel Chaparro Escudero        University of Malaga
>Jean-Jacques Cheval             University Michel de Montaigne - Bordeaux 3
>Hugh Chignell                   Bournemouth University (Reviews Editor)
>David Hendy                     University of Westminster
>Stanislaw Jedrzejewski  Lublin University and Polish Radio SA
>Michael C. Keith                Boston College
>Jason Loviglio                  University of Maryland
>Paul Moore                      University of Ulster
>Paddy Scannell          University of Westminster
>Jo Tacchi                       Queensland University of Technology
>Tim Wall                        University of Central England

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Director, Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research
Department of Communication Arts
University of Wisconsin-Madison

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