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"E. K. Daufin" <[log in to unmask]>
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E. K. Daufin
Thu, 29 Nov 2007 17:48:39 -0600
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Posting for Yuki Fujioka [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Thursday, November 29, 2007 11:03 AM

Subject: AEJMC Midwinter Conference Submission Deadline is Fri 12/7
Importance: High

** High Priority **

Dear Colleagues,

I'd like to kindly remind you that submission deadline for the AEJMC
Midwinter Conference is Fri, Dec 7, 2007.
All abstracts and panel proposals must be e-mailed to Yuki Fujioka
([log in to unmask]).  Thanks and good luck!

On behalf of the Minority & Communication Division of the AEJMC, we
would like to inform you of:

Call for Papers

Minority and Communication Division
Point Park University, Pittsburgh, February 29- March 1, 2008.

Those researching issues in minorities and communication are encouraged
to submit research paper abstracts or panel proposals to be considered
for presentation.

The AEJMC Midwinter Conference is an annual forum for the presentation
of research and the discussion of germane topics in areas relevant to
the AEJMC divisions and interest groups sponsoring the conference. The
Midwinter Conference traditionally follows an informal structure
allowing for presentations and extended discussions in a relaxed
setting. The rules permit those presenting papers at the Midwinter
Conference to later revise their papers and submit them to the 2008
AEJMC National Convention.


1. All abstracts and panel proposals must be e-mailed to Yuki Fujioka
([log in to unmask]).
The Deadline for all submission is December 7, 2007.

2.  Paper Submissions :
Authors should submit research paper proposals in an approximate 300-
to 500-word abstract. The abstracts should give a clear sense of the
scope of the research, its relevant hypotheses and/or research questions
and the method of inquiry used. Conclusions should be highlighted for
works that have been completed by the submission deadline. Do not submit
full papers to the paper chairs; abstracts are all that is required in
order to be considered for presentation at the Midwinter Conference.
However, authors of accepted abstracts must submit complete research
papers, not exceeding 30 pages, to their discussant two weeks prior to
the conference.

3. Panel Submissions
Panel organizers should submit proposals indicating the panel title, a
description of the session*s focus, the issues to be discussed, and a
list of potential or confirmed panelists, including their university or
professional affiliation.

4. Info for Paper Submitters  and Panel Organizers
Identify the paper*s author(s) or panel*s organizer(s) on the title
page only, and include the mailing address, telephone number and e-mail
address of the person to whom inquiries should be addressed. The title
should be on the first page of the text and on running heads on each
page of text. Send your abstract or proposal as an attachment in a
standard word-processing format (preferably Word or RTF). Also, please
ensure that you remove any identifying information from your document
(with the exception of the title page).

5. Please include an e-mail address so that we can notify you.  Authors
will be notified by January 10, 2008 as to the status of their paper.
You may submit a paper to only one division.

We look forward to receiving you paper abstracts or panel proposals and
hope you will be able to join us in Pittsburgh, February 29- March 1,


Yuki Fujioka

Please note: New office phone #.
Yuki Fujioka, Ph. D.
Associate Professor
Department of Communication
Georgia State University
P. O. Box 4000
Atlanta, GA 30302-4000
404-413-5663 (office)
404-651-1409 (fax)
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For overnight delivery (FedEx, UPS)
Department of Communication
One Park Place South  #1045
Atlanta, GA, 30303