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The National Communication Association hosts a daily email listserv called the Communication, Research and Theory Network (CRTNET). Anyone is welcome to subscribe to the listserv. Readers are encouraged to contribute abstracts, calls, articles, announcements, of interest, grant opportunities, comments, questions, and discussion on all topics relating to the general area of human communication. Those looking for jobs in the communication field in academia should subscribe themselves to this listserv.

Subscribers will receive daily e-mails on the subjects described below, as submitted by other members of CRTNET. CRTNET is managed within the NCA National Office and will not be sent out when the office is closed for holidays or the NCA national convention. Please note that submissions are intended for the listserv only, not the NCA web site or Spectra.

All postings are free, except for position announcements. All announcements may only be posted once. Send all submissions to crtnet@natcom.org. Replies to CRTNET posts should also be sent only to crtnet@natcom.org.

CRTNET subscribers also discuss topics of concern to communication scholars (identified by DISC: in the subject line). Material included in issues labeled "Of interest" is intended to provide the basis for potential discussions, but the Managing Editor typically does not begin a discussion topic until at least two readers send posts on that topic (individual reactions are posted in "Of interest" or "Announcements and Queries"). If the discussion veers away from the one in the subject line, the Managing Editor will move discussion on that topic to another issue with a subject line that is more reflective of the topic shift. Contributions to discussions should be the author's original work; we generally will not re-post commentary that originated on other lists. References to other published materials (preferably including URLs for their location) are, of course, welcome.

More details on the listserv can be found at www.natcom.org/nca/Template2.asp?bid=207.  Learn more about The National Communication Association (NCA) at www.natcom.org.

Resource Link: lists1.cac.psu.edu/cgi-bin/wa?A0=CRTNET

Jennifer Peltak, Managing Editor

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