Stanley L. Saxton Applied Research Award

Sponsored by Carl Couch Center for Social and Internet Research http://www.cccsir.com/

The Carl Couch Center issues an annual call for papers to be considered for Stanley L. Saxton Applied Research Award.  The Couch Center welcomes papers that focus on how theory, research, and/or practice contribute to addressing real, pragmatic, social problems.  Papers may be theoretical, methodological, or empirical in nature.  Papers will be evaluated by a Review Committee of four:

Dr. Michael Katovich, Texas Christian University

Dr. Dan Miller, University of Dayton

Dr. Steven Buban, Monmouth College

Dr. Robert Hintz, Jr., Foundation II

Both single and co-authored works are accepted.  Works that are published or accepted for publication are not eligible for award consideration.  The top paper will receive the Saxton Award to be presented in 2014 annual convention of the National Communication Association (NCA).  Those interested should send a copy of their paper with a 100-word abstract, electronically to Shing-Ling Sarina Chen at sarina.chen@uni.edu. Paper length is limited to 30 pages plus references.  Application deadline is May 31, 2014.  Notification of award application will be sent out by September 1, 2014.

Questions and comments about Saxton Award application, please contact:  Shing-Ling S. Chen Dept. of Communication Studies Univ. of Northern Iowa Cedar Falls, IA 50614 Tel: 319-273-6021 E-mail: sarina.chen@uni.edu

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