CALL FOR PAPERS:
The Institute of Contemporary Arab Thought [ICAT] and the Publisher, AuLP, invite submissions from academics and professionals in the following areas for its inaugural issue of Journal of Contemporary Arab Thought [JCAT].
•Democracy and Freedom of expression
•Foreign relation and diplomacy
•Ethnicity and the Media
•Media and Terrorism
Submissions should demonstrate a deep understanding of the current issues in these areas.
The Journal of Contemporary Arab Thought [JCAT] aims to establish contemporary media and communication thought as a source of power and justice throughout academia and research. Broadly, JCAT aims to contribute to issues related to Contemporary Communication, Political Studies and Policy Making.
Submissions to this peer-reviewed journal should be between 8 and 20 pages in APA format. Send enquiries, proposals and submissions to:
The deadline for submitting a completed manuscript is [TBA; email us ]
All submissions are peer-reviewed.
Publisher: Australian Law Publishers Pty Ltd [ACN 010 615 933] E: AustLawPublish@haigreport.com