Communicating Change and Changing Communication in the 21st Century

The 2012 ANZCA Conference will be held in Adelaide at the picturesque North Terrace campuses of the Universities of Adelaide and the University of South Australia from 4-6 July 2012, with a pre-conference postgraduate research workshop on 3 July.

Papers and abstracts addressing these issues should be submitted by 09 March 2012 for the referred stream, and 20 April 2012 for the non-referred papers. However all abstracts are due by 09 March 2012. ANZCA conferences have the flexibility of two types of paper acceptance modes: the fully referred stream which conforms to Australian and NZ research publication guidelines, and a non-refereed stream. Some Stream Coordinators have developed individual calls for papers for their streams. Every referred paper undergoes double blind peer review processes and has the option to be published in the edited conference proceeding. Non-refereed conference papers are not published in the proceedings.

ANZCA conference publications use the APA referencing style. Papers are not
limited to the listed streams. If your research falls outside any of the listed streams but fits within the conference theme, it will be considered under the open stream. Papers should not be more than 5000 words in length. State whether you would want your paper to be refereed or not. The paper should include an abstract of not more than 300 words with your institutional affiliation. All papers and abstracts should be sent directly to the stream coordinators listed against each stream or to anzca2012@unisa.edu.au if the paper does not fall under any of the listed streams. Please note that all accepted abstracts will be published in the conference program while only fully referred papers will be published in the conference proceeding. If your paper does not fall under any of the listed streams it will be considered under the open stream.

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