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Author Topic: Contemporary Argumentation & Debate: Call for Papers  (Read 102 times)
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« on: October 24, 2018, 12:36:53 PM »

CONTEMPORARY ARGUMENTATION & DEBATE
CALL FOR PAPERS
NEW CO-EDITORS: MATT GERBER & SCOTT VARDA

Dear Colleagues,
It is our distinct pleasure to announce a general call for submissions for volumes 38 and 39 of Contemporary Argumentation & Debate, the academic journal of the Cross-Examination Debate Association (CEDA).  We also anticipate the forthcoming announcement of several special issues dedicated to specific areas of interest in the discipline, but please refer to this call for all other submissions. 
Our editorial vision for Contemporary Argumentation & Debate is centered on the publication and dissemination of high-quality research that fits under the large umbrella of argumentation scholarship. We invite submissions from authors in various disciplines and are interested in a wide variety of methodological and theoretical approaches (rhetorical, quantitative, qualitative, ethnographic, etc.).  We will accept for review any article that falls under the broad rubric of argumentation, which includes, but is certainly not limited to: argumentation theory/criticism, argument construction/design, argument in context (legal, medical, policymaking, etc.), arbitration/negotiation/conflict resolution, debate and/or forensics pedagogy, debate and forensics competition/best practices, discourse analysis, fallacies, pragma-dialectics, argument and/in philosophy, persuasion and social influence, public advocacy, dissent, rhetoric, rhetorical criticism/theory, visual argument, sound/aural argument, Aristotelian/classical/neo-classical argument, historical argument, postmodern argument, feminist argument, interpersonal argument, intercultural argument, as well as argument and social movements, disability, race, gender, sex, orientation, nationality, ethnicity, or identity, generally. 
 
Submission Guidelines & Instructions for Authors:
1.   Please submit your article via email to cadjournal@gmail.com. Your submission should consist of two documents: First, an author/title page that includes the title of the article, the names of the author(s), the affiliation of the author(s), and complete contact information for the author(s). The second document should be the text of the article itself (references included in the same doc), with no identifying information about the author(s) included. We will submit these articles to members of our board of reviewers through a double anonymous review process. 
2.   All submissions should be in some version of MS Word.
3.   We will continue to adhere to the latest edition of the American Psychological Association (APA) guidelines for citations, references, direct quotations, etc.
4.   We will aim for a quick turn-around. Our goal is to provide publication decisions and feedback to potential authors within six weeks of the original submission. 
5.   Email correspondence and all other inquiries about the journal should also be directed to cadjournal@gmail.com.

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