11th International Symposium COMMUNICATION IN THE MILLENNIUM

Organization: Communaciton in the Millennium

Event Date/Time: May 21, 2013 End Date/Time: May 24, 2013
Abstract Submission Date: Jan 31, 2013
Paper Submission Date: Apr 30, 2013
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The Association of Turkish and American Communication Scholars (ATACS) seeks abstracts for the International Symposium Communication in the Millennium. The association welcomes original papers on a variety of topics, including Communication Theory and Communication Studies, Public Relations and Advertising, Journalism, New Technologies, Cinema-TV and Broadcast, Ethics, Communication Education. Other topics will be considered if space is available in the program.


Communication in the Millennium is an annual, peer-reviewed international symposium. The participants of the symposium submit their abstracts via our web page. The abstracts that will be presented in the symposium are selected by the evaluation process.


Evaluation process... Each abstract is sent to at least three or a maximum of six referees who are the members of the scientific committee of the year and announced their names in the web page after the end of each year's evaluation process. The certain list of the each year is announced at the end of evaluation process. The list of scientific committee seen in the web site is the list of previous year.


Evaluation categories... The evaluation process takes place via Internet without seeing any information about the authors. The evaluation categories are such as "Introduction to the topic and review of the literature, methodology, importance, attractiveness, interest, scarceness, timeliness of the issue, and overall evaluation".

Referees evaluate each category within a scale from 0 to 10. The abstracts which get a final average of 7 points from 10, get right to be presented in the symposium.


Publication... And the only presented papers, which are convenient for the "full paper publication rules" are published in the CD and the web page of the symposium at the end of the process



Communaciton in the Millennium