Suggestions needed for Wiley International Encyclopedia of Organizational Communication

During the last ICA conference (Seattle, May 2014), Craig R. Scott and Laurie K. Lewis (both at Rutgers University), in collaboration with Wiley Publishing, officially announced the launching of a very interesting project: an International Encyclopedia of Organizational Communication. This will be a five-volume set comprehensively covering all aspects of organizational communication. Material will be assembled over the next two years with a final encyclopedia to be produced by the end of 2016 (available in print and online).

The editors have invited the Organizational Communication community to contribute to this project by suggesting ideas for headwords and topics. We extend this invitation to the OaC community: this is a great opportunity for us to put in the agenda topics associated to a communicative constitution of organization approach. The deadline to do so is JUNE 15th 2014. Bellow are the guidelines for making your contributions and more information about this project.

To contribute ideas for headwords/topics at:
http://facilitatepro.scilsnet.rutgers.edu:8080/
Your user id and password is: ica
Please enter your name as well (optional, but helps in case we have questions about possible contributors)
Deadline for suggestions: June 15, 2014

The Editors for this encyclopedia are:
Craig R. Scott, Rutgers University and Laurie K. Lewis, Rutgers University,

The Associate Editors are:
Jim Barker, Dalhousie University; Joann Keyton, North Carolina State University; Tim Kuhn, University of Colorado; and Paaige Turner, Webster University.

Overseeing the entire series of Encyclopedias from various divisions of ICA is Wolfgang Donsbach, Technical U. – Dresden.

For more information contact the Editors at crscott@rutgers.edu or lewisl@rutgers.edu



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