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Tuesday, January 03, 2012

Still Time to Submit to CY

Deadline Approaching: Communication Yearbook 37A Publication of the International Communication Association
Editor: Elisia L. Cohen

CY 37 is a forum for the exchange of interdisciplinary and internationally diverse scholarship relating to communication in its many forms. Specifically, we are seeking state-of-the-discipline literature reviews, meta-analyses, and essays that advance knowledge and understanding of communication systems, processes, and impacts. Submitted manuscripts should provide a rigorous assessment of the status, critical issues and needed directions of a theory or body of research; offer new communication theory or additional insights into communication systems, processes, policies and impacts; and/or expand the boundaries of the discipline. In all cases, submissions should be comprehensive and thoughtful in their synthesis and analysis, and situate a body of scholarship within a larger intellectual context. For CY 37, the editorial board also welcomes commentary and essays that advance knowledge and understanding of communication research methodologies and applications.
  • Submit manuscripts electronically via a Word attachment to Elisia L. Cohen, Editor, at
  • Submissions for CY 37 will be considered from October 15, 2011 through February 15, 2012
  • Use APA style, 6th edition
  • Include a cover letter indicating how the manuscript addresses the CY 37 call for papers
  • Prepare manuscripts for blind review, removing all identifiers
  • Include a title page as a separate document that includes contact information for all authors
  • Following Communication Yearbook's tradition of considering lengthier manuscripts, initial manuscript submissions may range from 6,500 to 13,000 words (including tables, endnotes, references).
  • Incomplete submissions not adhering to journal guidelines will be returned to authors for revision.
  • For more information about CY 37 or this call for submissions, please contact Dr. Cohen at

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