Call for Papers
Communication (of) Choice and Consequence: A 70th Anniversary Reflection on the
New York State of Communication Ethics
New York State Communication Association 70th Annual Conference
October 19-21, 2012
Honors Haven Resort & Spa, Ellenville, NY
The study and practice of communication contains an inherently ethical dimension; choices we make in our communication have consequences, as do the ways we communicate about and reflect on those choices. This year’s conference theme is inspired by the significant changes in communication contexts over the past 70 years, and how new media conduct, change, and complicate our decision- making in communication.
Papers fall into three categories:
- Standard papers (blind peer reviewed)
- Undergraduate papers (blind peer reviewed)
- GIFT presentations (non-refereed)
Authors should upload a digital copy of their manuscript—no longer than 25 pages DOUBLE SPACED (including tables and figures)—tohttp://www.nyscaproceedings.org/ .
- Authors must register at the proceedings site as “Author.”
- Manuscripts must conform to the APA – Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th ed., 2001).
- All identifying information must be purged from the manuscript before submission in order to insure a blind peer review.
- Authors are responsible for obtaining permission to reprint copyrighted material.
- Formatting requirements are posted at the
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