The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication announced a call for papers about media ethics in a recent news announcement on its website
The AEJMC identifies itself as a “nonprofit, educational association of journalism and mass communication educators, students and media professionals.”
Papers are limited to 25 pages and the AEJMC’s “uniform call for papers.” The top paper is given $350 and the Carol Burnett/University of Hawaii/AEJMC Prize, the news announcement explains.
“The Division encourages submission of all media ethics-related research, regardless of its overall orientation (theoretical, philosophical, pedagogical, methodological, practical), its professional context (journalism, advertising, public relations), or its methodological approach,” according to its website.
The AEJMC’s Kevin Stoker told iMediaEthics by e-mail that “Submissions are due by midnight April 1. You have to go on the All Academic website and create an account and send it through there. Anyone can submit a paper for review but keep in mind that these are expected to be academic papers exploring media ethics issues. You don’t have to be an AEJMC member but will have to pay conference fees. For more info, check out the AEJMC website. Here’s the URL: http://www.aejmcchicago.org/papers/”
Read more about the call here.