“DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACTS EXTENDED TO TUESDAY 3 MAY 2011
The conference organisers invite the submission of abstracts for papers. We will assemble these into themed panels, which will normally consist of three presentations of 15 minutes (maximum), each followed by at least five minutes of discussion.
Abstracts should highlight the original theoretical or empirical contribution.
Proposals for panels or alternative formats should include a 300 word overview as well as individual abstracts following the guidelines above.
All proposals should be sent by 3 May 2011 to[email protected]. Electronic submissions only.
(Any time before midnight at the end of 3 May, in whichever country you are in, is fine!)
Please attach to your email a document which contains everything we need to know, including the presenter’s name, institutional affiliation, title of paper, email and work address, as well as a 300 word abstract and brief biographical note (up to 70 words). Please send as a Word document, or RTF file. No other materials will be considered in the selection process.
Registration fee for the two days will be £270, for one day will be £175, including lunches and a wine reception. ICA, IAMCR and ECREA members will be given a preferential rate of £230 for the two day event. The special rate for postgraduate students will be £120 for the two day conference, or £70 per day.
Registration will open in June atwww.transformingaudiences.org.uk.”
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