The journal Brazilian Journalism Research is now announcing the call for paper for its first issue to be printed on May 2005. Brazilian Journalism Research is a semestral scientific journal published by Brazilian Journalism Researchers Society (www.sbpjor.org.br). It is dedicated to theory and research on journalism (both theoretical and empirical work). It is totally edited in English. Frequency: Semestral Aims and scope: Brazilian Journalism Research is a semestral scientific journal dedicated to the discussion of the theory, research and criticism of journalism by academic community and critical practioners. The journal publish both theoretical and empirical work. Number of pages: about 300 pages Content: 1) editorial 2) articles 3) book reviews Schedule for number 1: Call for paper: July 10th to December 31st, 2004 Editorial decisions: January/February 28th. 2005 Edition and printing: March to May 2005 Distribution: June 2005 Submission The article should be original, in English language; authors should send a copy of the manuscript of the article, labeled and typed in double spacing throughout, to the following electronic address until December 31st, 2004: firstname.lastname@example.org Articles: each manuscript should contain: – title and subtitle page with full name of the author(s) with current affiliation and full regular mail and electronic mail address; – authors should also list five key-words; – abstract of 100-150 words; – main text of about 7000 words clearly organized, with a clear hierarchy of headings and subheadings; use a clear readable style; – references on both text and notes should be cited in the text as (author, date, page) – footnotes should be displayed at the bottom of the page; – tables, figures, photos and illustrations should have a good range of contrast; they should also be numbered consecutively and must be clearly identified; – an alphabetical reference section should follow the text; use Harvard style; – a short (up to 5 lines) biographical note should also be supplied on a separate sheet; – permissions from copyright holders: authors are responsible for obtaining permissions from copyright holders for reproducing any quotation, illustration or photo previously published elsewhere; – authors will receive 3 copies of the issue where their article was published. Book reviews: the journal will include a section in which relevant books are reviewed; manuscripts in clear readable style should have up to 1000 words and should be sent to the address below; authors will receive 2 copies of the issue where the book review was published. For further questions, please contact Luiz G. Motta, Executive Editor (email@example.com).