Tuesday, October 04, 2005


Para viajar a Dresden, Alemania en la 56th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association
June 19 - 23, 2006

Plenary Speakers
Manuel Castells, Annenberg School for Communication, USC, Los Angeles
Jürgen Habermas, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universtät, Frankfurt, Germany

Deben presentar una ponencia antes de noviembre, profesores envíenme sus textos aquí jorge.camarillo@udc.com.mx BINACOM

Estas son las categorías y requisitos:

As many as four categories of submissions—full papers, extended abstracts, poster presentations, and panel session proposals—may be accepted, depending on the submission guidelines of the specifi c division or interest group.

1. Full papers: 25 pages plus tables and references maximum.

2. Extended abstracts: A few divisions and interest groups accept either full papers or extended abstracts. Consult the division’s or interest group’s submission guidelines in the online Call for Papers, when available, for specifi c information. Full papers are usually preferred.

3. Poster presentations: Most divisions and interest groups accept poster presentations. A poster presentation is a paper you would like considered for presentation at an interactive poster session. Some research lends itself well to this style of presentation. If your poster presentation is accepted, you will be expected to prepare a poster display of your research for presentation at the conference. Poster sessions have plenary status at ICA conferences.

4. Panel session proposals: Most divisions and interest groups and the theme sessions accept proposals for organized panel sessions.

ALL divisions and interest groups will accept only online submissions for the Dresden conference.
Contact information for each division and interest group are provided here for questions only. If you have specifi c questions regarding a division or interest group program, you may contact the unit program planner for that division or interest group.
The following guidelines apply to ALL submissions, including theme sessions and affi liate organizations.
Deadline: All submissions must be completed online no later than 11:00 p.m. EST (U.S.), November 1, 2005. To avoid technical problems, early submission is strongly encouraged. The conference submission website will go online around September 15, 2005. To reach the conference website, go to the ICA home page at http://www.icahdq.org and follow the link for 2006 Conference Submission. It is essential that you read the complete instructions carefully and prepare your submission prior to logging on.

Eligibility: You do not need to be an ICA member to submit a paper or proposal for the conference.
When you visit the conference submission website, you will choose the “ICA Member” or the “Non-ICA member” category and proceed according to on-screen instructions. ICA members must use the same email addresses as that in the ICA membership database to avoid creating a duplicate record.

Exclusive submissions: Each paper and proposal may be submitted to only ONE division or interest group, OR to the theme sessions. Submission of the same paper or proposal to more than one unit is NOT permitted. Submission of the same paper to more than one unit will disqualify the paper for presentation.

You are welcome, however, to submit different papers or proposals to the same or different units. Decision notices will be sent around mid-January 2006.


- Information Systems
- Interpersonal Communication
- Mass Communication
- Organizational Communication
- Intercultural & Development Communication
- Political Communication
- Instructional & Developmental Communication
- Health Communication
- Philosophy of Communication
- Communication & Technology
- Popular Communication
- Public Relations
- Feminist Scholarship
- Communication Law and Policy
- Language and Social Interaction
- Visual Communication
- Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies
- Intergroup Communication
- Journalism Studies
- Ethnicity and Race in Communication
- Game Studies

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