Deadline: February 15, 2019
Prologi is an annual journal of Prologos ry, a Finnish scientific communication association. The journal presents the latest research on human interaction. Proposals for articles can be offered in Finnish, Swedish, and English.
At the turn of the year 2019–2020, the Fifteenth Annual Volume of Prologi will be published. We are now inviting proposals for articles. Articles can focus, for instance, on interpersonal relationships, groups, teams and communities, leadership communication, performance and public speaking, influence and argumentation, political communication, intercultural communication, technologically-mediated communication, or the connection between interaction and well-being. The focus of the study may also be related to interpersonal communication competence and training.
The journal publishes empirical studies, theoretical and methodological articles as well as reflective and evaluative reviews of a research area or perspective. The article proposals will be peer-reviewed. In addition to peer-reviewed articles, Prologi also publishes topical communication speeches such as lectio praecursorias, high-level presentations, and discussions of interpersonal communication research and teaching.
The journal provides a scientific forum for multidisciplinary research. In order to increase cooperation among and dialogue with experts in various fields, scholars from all disciplines are encouraged to submit article proposals to Prologi. We appreciate scholarly efforts to interact with previous and current communication research in the aforementioned areas of interest.
If you would like to submit an article for publication in Prologi, send an abstract of your proposal (300–400 words) by February 15, 2019 to the editor-in-chief at email@example.com. The authors will be informed about the suitability of the article proposals by the end of February. Subsequently, the manuscript for the article (40,000 characters including spaces) is requested to be sent by April 30th, 2019.
For more information, please contact: Emma Kostiainen, Editor-in-chief (firstname.lastname@example.org)