CFP: The Social Functions of Chinese Journalism Today (no deadline; journal)

full name / name of organization: 
Hugo De Burgh
contact email: 
hugo.de-burgh@ntu.ac.uk

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----OF THE PARTY AND IN THE MARKET : THE SOCIAL FUNCTIONS OF CHINESEJOURNALISM TODAY A themed issue of Journalism Studies, to be published next year, willcover these issues. The invitation has been extended by the JS editorialcommittee following the successful symposium on this issue held at NTU inFebruary 1999. It was opened with a keynote speech by Prof Lee Chin-chuan ofMinnesota and Chinese University of HK and attended by scholars from severalEuropean countries, Chinese journalists and the Media Law Advisory Committeeof the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.Offers of articles are welcome as are offers to review and suggestions forworks to be reviewed. All articles will be peer reviewed. In the firstinstance send a brief synopsis of your idea plus resume to the guest editor: Hugo de Burgh Centre for Research into International Communications & Culture Nottingham Trent University England email: hugo.de-burgh_at_ntu.ac.uk =============================================== From the Literary Calls for Papers Mailing List CFP_at_english.upenn.edu Full Information at http://www.english.upenn.edu/CFP/ or write Erika Lin: elin_at_english.upenn.edu ===============================================Received on Thu Jul 15 1999 - 18:29:09 EDT

cfp categories: 
twentieth_century_and_beyond