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09Nov 2010

Call for papers - the ECPR General Conference, Reykavik 2011; Political Communication Section

The European Consortium for Political Research is hosting its 6th general conference at University of Iceland, on 25-27 August 2011.

The Political Communication section will host eight panels - further information is available here.

For information on submitting paper proposals please refer to the ECPR advice here. Panel chairs are also available for questions.

30Oct 2010

Call for Papers - the aDResearch ESIC International Journal of Communication Research

The aDResearch ESIC, International Journal of Communication Research is an open access journal that provides publication (six-monthly) of articles in all areas of the subject. We wish for it to become an important means of conveying knowledge to all those who are interested in the academic world of communication. But this spirit is not the only driving force behind aDResearch journal. ESIC Business & Marketing School (Editor) has been conveying and sharing knowledge with students, professors, and professionals for more than forty years. In this case, the aDRsearch journal welcomes the submission of manuscripts that meet the general criteria of significance and scientific excellence on Political Communication in any topic. All articles published will be peer-reviewed.

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07Oct 2010

Conference of the IPSA RC 22 - Research Committee for Political Communication - November 4th-5th 2010, Loughborough University, UK

The IPSA RC 22-Research Committee for Political Communication hosted the event in conjunction with its British sister organisation, the Media and Politics Group of the United Kingdom Political Studies Association (PSA).

Further information is available here.

23Sep 2010

Call for Papers - "Communicating War in the Media and Arts", 28 January 2011, University of Liverpool

Call for Papers - "Communicating War in the Media and Arts", 28 January 2011 - Organised by the Media and Politics Research group, Department of Communication & Media, University of Liverpool

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