Back issues (from 1983 through 2003) of the Texas Speech Communication Journal are available for purchase. Cost is $1.00 per issue.
Contact TSCJ Editor George Pacheco, Jr. to order copies. In your email request, include date, quantity desired, name, and mailing address to which journals are to be sent.
Send payment (checks made payable to the
Texas Speech Communication Association) to:
George Pacheco, Jr.
West Texas A&M University
Department of Communication
Canyon, TX 79016
TSCA also publishes an online journal. Click here to view the current issue of TSCA Online.
Texas Speech Communication Journal
The Texas Speech Communication Journal issues a call for papers that focus on Experiential and Service Learning in Communication Studies. Contributors may approach the topic from a variety of methodological perspectives. Manuscripts should be received no later than May 10, 2017. Manuscripts not devoted to the topic of Experiential and Service Learning in Communication Studies will be considered for the general research section of the issue as space allows. Texas Speech Communication Journal (TSCJ) follows a policy of blind review so no author identification should appear in the body of the manuscript.
Manuscripts should not exceed 25 pages and be written according to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th edition). The title page should include the author's name, academic position, institutional affiliation, full mailing address, telephone number, email address, brief author biography, and a history of the manuscript (presentation at conferences). An abstract of not more than 150 words should accompany the manuscript. The author should also include keywords for the article. Email submissions are preferred for both manuscripts and teaching tips (either in Libre Office, WordPerfect or Word).
The Texas Speech Communication Journal (TSCJ) is a state journal published by the Texas Speech Communication Association. The TSCJ produces one print and one online issue per academic year, and seeks to publish original scholarship that makes a contribution to the studies of human communication. An external committee from around the United States blind reviews all submissions.
Queries and manuscript submissions should be sent via email to:
TSCJ Editor, George Pacheco, Jr.
West Texas A&M University
Deadline: May 10, 2016
The Winter Newsletter has arrived. See the Newsletter page to view.
The call for Manuscripts for Volume 43 of the Texas Speech Communication Journal has been issued. Submissions are due no later than May 10, 2017. See the Journal page for more details.
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