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International Scholars Journals. Call For Papers International Journal of Mass Communication and Media Studies (IJMCMS) is presently calling for papers in all areas of Mass Communication and Media Studies. IJMCMS publishes high-quality solicited and unsolicited articles, in English, in all areas of the subject. The Journal welcomes the submission of manuscripts that meet the general criteria of significance and scientific excellence. Papers will be published shortly after acceptance. All articles published in IJMCMS are peer-reviewed. The following types of papers are considered for publication: Original articles in basic and applied researchCase studiesCritical reviews, surveys, opinions, commentaries and essays. We invite you to submit manuscripts as e-mail attachment to the Editorial Office at:isj@internationalscholarsjournals.org with the following information: Our objective is to inform authors of the decision on their manuscript(s) within two weeks of submission. Television Quiz Show Simulation, Simulation & Gaming, 2007.

Asia Policy. Editors C. Christine Fair & Mark W. Frazier Managing Editor Jessica Keough Copy & Style Editor Joshua Ziemkowski Copyeditors Craig Scanlan, Gregory Shtraks, and Jonathan Walton Editorial Board Co-Chairmen: Richard Ellings, The National Bureau of Asian Research Kenneth Pyle, University of Washington Muthiah Alagappa, Institute of Strategic and International Studies Malaysia Michael Armacost, Stanford University Richard Bush, Brookings Institution Steve Chan, University of Colorado, Boulder Thomas Christensen, Princeton University Eliot Cohen, Johns Hopkins University Nicholas Eberstadt, American Enterprise Institute Elizabeth Economy, Council on Foreign Relations Aaron Friedberg, Princeton University Paul Godwin, National War College (ret.)

Postmodern Culture. Science Fiction Film and Television. Submission guidelines Science Fiction Film and Television fosters dialogue between the scholarly and intellectual communities of film studies, sf studies and television studies. We invite submissions on all areas of sf film and television. We publish work that situates texts, practices and institutions within broader national, historical, cultural, theoretical and critical contexts. In addition to popular and contemporary works, we are interested in articles which consider critically neglected texts and traditions, propose innovative ways of looking at canonical texts, or explore the tensions and synergies that emerge from the interaction of genre and medium.

We encourage work that considers the specificities of genre and medium, the science-fictionality of media technologies and forms themselves, and the relationships between globalisation, transnationalisation, media convergence and sf. Articles on individual texts or broader trends are both welcome. Volume 7, Issue 2 Editors. The Moving Image. Volume 14, Issue 1 Donald Crafton and Susan Ohmer University of Notre Dame / Editors Liza Palmer Managing Editor Caitlin McGrath Book Reviews Editor Michael Baskett University of Kansas / Film Reviews Editor Alexander Larsen Editorial Assistant Editorial Board Volume 13, Issue 2 Volume 13, Issue 1 Marsha Gordon North Carolina State University / Editor Teri Tynes Managing Editor Caitlin McGrath Book Reviews Editor Michael Baskett University of Kansas / Film Reviews Editor Greg Linnell Editorial Assistant Volume 12, Issue 2 Editors Marsha Orgeron and Devin Orgeron, North Carolina State University Managing Editor Teri Tynes Book Reviews Editor Alison Trope, University of Southern California Film Reviews Editor Michael Baskett, University of Kansas Editorial Assistant Greg Linnell Volume 12, Issue 1 Volume 11, Issue 2 Volume 11, Issue 1 Guest Editor Dan Streible Alison Trope Michael Baskett Volume 10, Issue 2 Volume 10, Issue 1 Volume 9, Issue 2 Volume 9, Issue 1 Volume 8, Issue 2 Editor Jan-Christopher Horak.

Wide Angle. Vol. 18 (1996) - Vol. 21 (1999) Wide Angle presents some of today's foremost scholarship in film studies and examines a variety of topics ranging from international cinema to the history and aesthetics of film. Each issue concentrates on a single topic and offers extensively illustrated articles, interviews with prominent filmmakers, and reviews of recent books in the field. The journal's unique thematic approach is well-suited to course work, facilitating assigned reading and classroom discussion on particular film subjects. Published by: The Johns Hopkins University Press Volume 21, 1999 Volume 20, 1998 Volume 19, 1997 Volume 18, 1996 E-ISSN: 1086-3354 Print ISSN: 0160-6840 Editorial Boards Volume 21, Issue 3 Editor Ruth Bradley Contributing Editor Janis Butler Holm Editorial Assistants Kerry Hustwit Kelly Beranger Design Kathy Fenton Layout Special Thanks Ohio Univeristy School of Film R.

Distributor The Johns Hopkins University Press U.S. Bernhard DeBoer, Inc. 113 East Center Street Nutley, NJ 07110. The Velvet Light Trap. No. 51 (2003) through current issue The Velvet Light Trap is a journal devoted to investigating historical questions that illuminate the understanding of film and other media. While VLT maintains its traditional commitment to the study of American film, it also expands its scope to television and other media, to adjacent institutions, and to other nations' media. Published by: University of Texas Press Number 73, Spring 2014 Number 73, Spring 2014 Number 72, Fall 2013 Number 72, Fall 2013 Number 71, Spring 2013 Number 71, Spring 2013 Number 70, Fall 2012 Number 70, Fall 2012 Number 69, Spring 2012 Number 69, Spring 2012 Number 68, Fall 2011 Number 68, Fall 2011 Number 67, Spring 2011 Number 67, Spring 2011 Number 66, Fall 2010 Number 66, Fall 2010 Number 65, Spring 2010 Number 65, Spring 2010 Number 64, Fall 2009 Number 64, Fall 2009 Number 63, Spring 2009 Number 63, Spring 2009 Number 62, Fall 2008 Number 62, Fall 2008 Number 61, Spring 2008 Number 61, Spring 2008 Number 60, Fall 2007 Number 60, Fall 2007 Volume 73.

Science Fiction Film and Television. Music, Sound, and the Moving Image. Click here to view issues / tables of contents online Music, Sound, and the Moving Image is the first international scholarly journal devoted to the study of the interaction between music and sound within the entirety of moving image media – film, television, music video, advertising, computer games, mixed-media installation, digital art, live cinema, et alia. Co-edited by Helen Hanson (University of Exeter), Jay Beck (Carleton College) and Ian Gardiner (Goldsmiths), the journal is truly interdisciplinary, inviting contributions across a range of critical methodologies, including musicology and music analysis, film studies, popular music studies, cultural theory, aesthetics, semiotics, sociology, marketing, sound studies, and music psychology.

The journal also provides an important focus for the similarly diverse and expanding community of media music scholars. The journal is published twice a year, and its first issues were open, embracing this diversity of topics and approaches. Project MUSE. 2014 Areas. SGMS/Mechademia Conference on Asian Popular Cultures. Mechademia: Conference on Asian Popular Cultures / MCAD. September 26–28, 2014Minneapolis College of Art and Design This internationally recognized three-day conference explores the global innovations and creative and cultural implications of Japanese anime and manga. The session combines the vibrancy of fan practices, the fashion show, and anime screenings with the presentations and discussions of academic papers, resulting in an enriching and unique experience. Since its inception in 2001, Mechademia (formerly SGMS) has become a center for discussion of the cultural study, creation, aesthetics, sociology, fascination and wonder of the remarkably broad range of objects and practices that have developed around the global proliferation of Japanese manga and anime.

It was also the birthplace of the now internationally praised Mechademia book series published by the University of Minnesota Press. Mechademia. Mechademia. Submission Format and Procedures essays may be up to 5,000 words, plus citations. Shorter pieces are also welcome, and we will consider submissions in creative, non-traditional formats as well. uses Chicago style documentation.

Accepted pieces must be revised to conform with the citation and romanization guidelines in the Mechademia Style Guide, which can be downloaded from the link on this page. encourages authors to include relevant illustrations, up to five black-and-white images per article. Articles should be submitted in electronic form, as Microsoft Word (1997-2004 format), RTF, or PDF documents. For questions about the submissions process Please contact: Wendy Goldberg Submissions Editorsubmissions AT mechademia.org For other inquiries: Please contact: Frenchy Lunning, Editor-in-Chief, Mechademiafrenchy AT mechademia.org Volume 8 Mechademia Editorial Staff Editorial Board Brent Allison C. Production Michael Baxter Yuriko Furuhata Andrea Horbinski Ursula Husted Yasuko Nakaegawa Volume 7. Framework: The Journal of Cinema and Media. Volume 54, Issue 2 Framework Editorial Board Editorial Board Editor: Drake Stutesman Web Editor: Violet Lucca International Advisory Board Catherine Benamou, University of California, Irvine, US Thomas Elsaesser, University of Amsterdam, NL Noel King, Macquarie University, AU Peter Lehman, Arizona State University, US Diane Lewis, Cooper Union, Architect, US Anna McCarthy, New York University, US Scott MacDonald, Hamilton College, US John David Rhodes, University of Sussex, UK Ann Martin, US Sally Shafto, l’Université Ibn Zohr, MA Anthony Slide, US Janet Staiger, University of Texas, Austin, US Robert Stam, New York University, US Volume 54, Issue 1 Volume 53, Issue 2 Volume 53, Issue 1 Volume 52, Issue 2 Editor: Drake Stutesman Interviews Editor: Jim Dingeman Web Editor: Dana C.

Volume 52, Issue 1 Volume 51, Issue 2 Volume 51, Issue 1 Volume 50, Issue 1-2 Web Editor: Violet Lucca Volume 49, Issue 2 Editor Drake Stutesman, US Brian Price, Oklahoma State University, US Copyeditor Web Editor. Project MUSE. Abraham Polonsky (1910-1999), screenwriter and filmmaker of the mid-twentieth-century Left, recognized his writerly mission to reveal the aspirations of his characters in a material society structured to undermine their hopes.

In the process, he ennobled their struggle. His auspicious beginning in Hollywood reached a zenith with his Oscar-nominated screenplay for Robert Rossen's boxing noir, Body and Soul (1947), and his inaugural film as writer and director, Force of Evil (1948), before he was blacklisted during the McCarthy witch hunt. Polonsky envisioned cinema as a modern artist. His aesthetic appreciation for each technical component of the screen aroused him to create voiceovers of urban cadences--poetic monologues spoken by the city's everyman, embodied by the actor who played his heroes best, John Garfield. Like Garfield, Polonsky faced persecution and an aborted career during the blacklist. Show less. Call for Papers: Media Studies at the EAJS (European Associatio​n for Japanese Studies) Conference (Universit​y of Ljubljana in Slovenia, August 27-30, 2014) | East Asia Program. Dear colleagues, We are happy to announce the call for papers for the Section 5b: Media Studies at the EAJS (European Association for Japanese Studies) Conference that will be held at University of Ljubljana in Slovenia in 2014, August 27-30.

We would like to cordially invite researchers working in the field of Japanese media and popular culture to submit any proposal dealing with various media in Japan, stretching from audiovisual to print media and from manga to anime. We would particularly encourage submission of thematically co-ordinated panels (consisting of 3 or 4 presenters with or without discussant), but individual submissions will also be considered. Sessions will normally be 90 minutes long, leaving 15 to 20 minutes per paper plus 10 minutes of discussion per person.

Abstracts and panel proposals should be submitted no later than November 30, 2013. For more detailed information and submission, please, see: Best wishes, International Scholars Journals. Search Results. Showing 1 to 15 of 522 results Harwood, Jake; Vincze, Laszlo – Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 2011 This article examines Swedish language television viewing among Finnish speakers in Finland. Finnish speakers who watch some Swedish language television are found to have more positive attitudes towards Swedish speakers and the Swedish language. Mediated models suggest that instrumental and integrative language learning motivations differentially… Descriptors: Television Viewing, Second Language Learning, Foreign Countries, Swedish Perry, Kristen H.; Moses, Annie M. – Research in the Teaching of English, 2011 This ethnographic study explored the ways in which media, particularly television, connected with English language and literacy practices among Sudanese refugees in Michigan.

Descriptors: Refugees, Family (Sociological Unit), Foreign Countries, Television Hill, Jonnie Lynn – Simulation & Gaming, 2007 Gottlieb, Owen – Journal of Jewish Education, 2013. EsT classification@ruimoku = rep.id:0-C1990J. Service d'Authentification de l'Université Paris 8. Directory of Open Access Journals.

Vlib. Search the databse. Call for Papers  |  The Conference  |  Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. 'Interdisciplinary Approaches to Contemporary Social Change' University of Split Split, Croatia 11-14 June 2015 Call For Papers The International Advisory Board is pleased to announce the Call For Papers for the Tenth International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. The Social Sciences Conference will be held on 11-14 June 2015 at the University of Split in Split, Croatia. Conference Themes The Conference will address a range of critically important issues and themes relating to the Interdisciplinary Social Sciences community. We are inviting proposals for paper presentations, workshops/interactive sessions, posters/exhibits, or colloquia (See Proposal Types) addressing the social sciences through one of the following themes: Proposal ideas that extend beyond these thematic areas will also be considered.

We also offer participation options for those individuals who cannot attend the conference. Special conference focus: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Contemporary Social Change. HUIC Arts & Humanities - Call for Papers. The conference language is in English. Please indicate the topic/area for which your paper is suitable. Each paper will be double-blind peer reviewed in the relevant areas. Call for Research Papers, Student Papers, Case Studies, Reports, Theses, and Abstracts. Paper sessions will consist of three to four presentations in a 90 minute session. The session will be divided equally between the presenters. PC Laptop with Sound System, LCD Projector and Screen will be made available for presentation. Workshop/Panel presentations will be given a full 90 minute session. Performances/Recitals will be given a full 90 minute session. Poster sessions a 90 minutes open concept with various presenters.

Reviewers are selected among academic members of the Institute and non-related academics and researchers. All accepted papers will be considered for publication in the conference proceedings (CD-ROM) which will be made available. Submit via Online Form Or artshumanities@huichawaii.org P.O. Honolulu, HI. Category: film and television. Presses Universitaires de Vincennes.