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Divisions: Communication Law and Policy
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  • Katharine Sarikakis Chair

    University of Vienna
    Department of Communication
    Waehringer strasse 29
    Vienna   1090
    Ph. +43 6646027749394  Fax 
    Katharine.Sarikakis@univie.ac.at

  • Jasmine McNealy Vice Chair

    University of Florida
    PO Box 118400
    2092 Weimer Hall
    Gainesville FL  32601
    Ph. 352-846-0226  Fax 
    jmcnealy@jou.ufl.edu

The Communication Law and Policy Division is interested in research and analysis of law, regulation, and policy that deals with information, communication, and culture. Defining policy broadly, the division includes within its purview:  principles that should or do underlie law and regulation, proposals for new law and regulation, and the  programs and institutions through which policy is implemented.    

Every step of the legal process is of interest:  policy implications of the results of research on information, communication, and culture; development of policy proposals; the  nature of policy-making and policy implementation processes; evaluation; effects; and critique.

The division's scope is global, presenting work that focuses on individual nation-states, localities, or regions; comparative studies; and international and global law.  The  Division welcomes work dealing with policy for the medium (the architecture and technologies of the global information infrastructure) as well as the message -- and the  interactions between the two. Since so much decision-making with structural effect now takes place outside of formal legal structures, the Division is also interested in  private sector policy-making.   No theoretical or methodological constraints.

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International Communication Association
1500 21st Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036 USA

Phone: (202) 955-1444

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