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Issues in Intercultural Communication

Call Deadline: 30-Dec-2019

Call Information:
Issues in Intercultural Communication is a multi-disciplinary journal
published by NOVA focusing on the analysis of communication within and
between cultures. We welcome papers written within the frameworks of the
various social sciences (including linguistics, political science,
psychology, sociology, discourse analysis, cultural studies,
education, etc.) insofar as they deal with written or oral discourse
within and across different cultures. The focus of the journal is on
empirical studies, although theoretical expositions may also be accepted
if appropriate. We currently have a short backlog of submissions,
so appropriate submissions will be dealt with promptly.

Review process
Manuscripts considered for publication will be sent out for peer review,
which will focus on relevance to the field, appropriate use of method
and data, innovative use of framework and experimental design, and
addition to the general knowledge base of the field.

Manuscripts will be considered for publication with the understanding
that they have been submitted only to Issues in Intercultural
Communication and that all pertinent sources of funding and information
have been credited appropriately. Issues in Intercultural Communication
will not consider articles that are currently submitted for review or
have been published elsewhere.

Manuscript format requirements
All manuscripts must be word-processed, double-spaced throughout
(including abstracts, references lists, endnotes, and material in
tables). Issues in Intercultural Communication follows the style of the
Publications Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th
edition) and manuscripts must conform to this style to be considered for
inclusion. Manuscripts should be in a common 12 point font (e.g. Times
or Time New Roman). Title pages should include for each author his or
her preferred academic or professional affiliation. If the paper was
presented at a meeting, the acknowledgment note should give the title of
the meeting, the name of the sponsoring organization, the exact date(s)
of the presentation, and the city in which the meeting was held. Tables
and figures adapted or reprinted from other sources require permission
from the publisher of the original source. All manuscripts should be
accompanied by an abstract of 100 to 120 words and 6-10 keywords.

Please email submissions in both Microsoft Word (.doc) and .pdf formats
to Editor, Dr. Elizabeth Grace Winkler: