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2016 Bruce E. Gronbeck Political Communication Research Award Call

Submitted by syntaxfactory on February 18, 2016 - 7:25pm

2016 Bruce E. Gronbeck Political Communication Research Award Call


Bruce E. Gronbeck Political Communication Research Award

Sponsored by

Carl Couch Center for Social and Internet Research

The Carl Couch Center issues an annual call for published works (i.e., books or articles) to be considered for the Bruce E. Gronbeck Political Communication Research Award. To be considered for the Gronbeck Award, submissions should interpret or address theoretical-conceptual, historical, and critical-cultural issues of political communication. Submissions will be evaluated based on the quality of (1) originality, (2) organization, (3) presentation, and (4) advancement of knowledge. Evaluation will be administered by a Review Committee of four:

Dr. David Henry, UNLV

Dr. Thomas Hollihan, University of Southern California

Dr. Mary E. Stuckey, Georgia State University

Dr. Judith S. Trent, University of Cincinnati

Both single and co-authored works are accepted. Publication date should be within the last two calendar years of application. The Award winner will receive the Gronbeck Award to be presented in the 2016 Annual Convention of the National Communication Association (NCA).

Those interested should send five copies of their work to:

Shing-Ling S. Chen

Dept. of Communication Studies

Univ. of Northern Iowa

Cedar Falls, IA 50614

Application deadline is May 25, 2016. Notification of the award will be sent out by November 1, 2016.

Questions and comments about the Gronbeck Award application, please contact Shing-Ling S. Chen at, Tel: 319-273-6021

Submitted by changadams (not verified) on March 12, 2016 - 11:14pm.

It will be hard time for the review committee team in order to select the best from the best. Eager to know the results as I am also very much fond of literature and writing.

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