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Business and Professional Communication Quarterly

Business and Professional Communication Quarterly

Official Publication of the Association for Business Communication

eISSN: 23294922 | ISSN: 23294906 | Current volume: 87 | Current issue: 2 Frequency: Quarterly

View the 2016 Publications for the Association for Business Communication Journals Package, including Business and Professional Communication Quarterly and the International Journal of Business Communication.

Business and Professional Communication Quarterly is the only refereed journal devoted to research that advances the teaching of communication in the workplace. BPCQ publishes scholarship that advances knowledge about business and professional communication pedagogy and praxis in both academic and workplace settings. Articles in BPCQ present a variety of theoretical, applied, and practical approaches and perspectives, including technical and scientific communication, rhetoric, program design and assessment, the impact of technology, sustainability, global and multicultural issues, nonprofit communication, qualitative and quantitative research on classroom teaching, and case studies of best practices. BPCQ especially welcomes manuscripts that address the principles of SoTL (scholarship of teaching and learning).

Subscribers to Business and Professional Communication Quarterly also receive a subscription to International Journal of Business Communication. To learn more about subscription information click here.

Business and Professional Communication Quarterly is the only referred journal devoted to research that advances the teaching of communication in the workplace. The journal aims to present the many interdisciplinary, international, and organizational perspectives that characterize the field and specifically to publish research that advances knowledge about business and professional communication pedagogy and praxis in both academic and workplace settings, including technical and scientific communication, rhetoric, program design and assessment, the impact of technology, sustainability, global and multicultural issues, nonprofit communication, and best practices.

As an interdisciplinary journal, BPCQ welcomes manuscripts that address a variety of theoretical, applied, and practical approaches and topics in the teaching and praxis of business, corporate, organizational, professional, or technical communication, including qualitative and quantitative research on classroom teaching or assessment, case studies of specific classroom techniques, reports on strategies for program development, innovative assignments or methodologies, and reviews of scholarship relevant to business and professional communication pedagogy. BPCQ especially welcomes manuscripts that address the principles of SoTL (scholarship of teaching and learning).

Editor
Robyn Walker University of Southern California, USA
Managing Editor
Kathryn Rybka University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Associate Editor
Mark Hannah Arizona State University, USA
Chris Lam University of North Texas, USA
Daneshwar Sharma Jaipuria Institute of Management, India
William T. "Toby" Holmes University of New Mexico, USA
Book Review Editor
Rachel Dolechek Fort Hays State University, USA
Editorial Review Board
Nicole Amare University of South Alabama, USA
Abram Anders Iowa State University, USA
Deborah C. Andrews University of Delaware, USA
Reginald Bell Prairie View A&M University, USA
Kristin Bennett Sam Houston State University, USA
Janel Bloch Northern Kentucky University, USA
Yolandi Botha Murdoch University, Australia
Charlotte Brammer Samford University, USA
Eva Brumberger Arizona State University, USA
Kim Sydow Campbell University of North Texas, USA
Peter Cardon University of Southern California, USA
Teena Carnegie Eastern Washington University, USA
Stephen Carradini Arizona State University, USA
Rodney Carveth Morgan State University, USA
Vidhi Chaudhri Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands
Rebecca M. Chory Frostburg State University, USA
Dale Cyphert University of Northern Iowa, USA
Erika Darics University of Groningen, Netherlands
Menno De Jong University of Twente, Netherlands
Emily DeJeu Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Sam DeKay BNY Mellon Corp., USA
Bertha Du-Babcock Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages, Taiwan
Megan L. Endres Eastern Michigan University, USA
Carolin Fleischmann Rosenheim Technical University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Jeremy P. Fyke Belmont University, USA
Benjamin Garner University of North Georgia, USA
Valerie Goby Zayed University, United Arab Emirates
Zachary Goldman University of Louisville, USA
Faith Gray Massey University, New Zealand
Mary Ellen Guffey Los Angeles Pierce College, USA
Mark A. Hannah Arizona State University, USA
Geert Jacobs University of Gent, Belgium
Daphne Jameson Cornell University, USA
Sylvia Jaworska University of Reading, UK
Natasha N. Jones Michigan State University, USA
Laurence José Grand Valley State University, USA
Anne Kankaanranta Aalto University School of Economics, Finland
Oliver Laasch University of Manchester, UK
Minna Logemann Baruch College, The City University of New York, USA
Kristen Lucas University of Louisville, USA
Brent Lucia University of Connecticut, USA
Jo Mackiewicz Iowa State University, USA
Mary Marcel Bentley University, USA
Cristina Mariotti University of Pavia, Italy
Lisa Melonçon University of South Florida, USA
Michael Meredith University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
Ashton Mouton Sam Houston State University, USA
Rakesh Nambiar Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, India
Catherine Nickerson Zayed University, United Arab Emirates
David J. Olson Michigan State University, USA
Lorelei Ortiz St. Edwards University, USA
Marcy Orwig University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, USA
Sushil K. Oswal University of Washington, Tacoma, USA
Marcia Pentz University of Virginia, USA
Roslyn Petelin University of Queensland, Australia
Nicole Ploeger-Lyons University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, USA
Rebecca Pope-Ruark Georgia Tech, USA
Chrysi Rapanta Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
Kathryn Rentz University of Cincinnati, USA
Marcel Marie Robles Eastern Kentucky University, USA
David Alan Sapp Loyola Marymount University, USA
Matthew Sharp Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA
Barbara Shwom Northwestern University, USA
Megan Siczek George Washington University, USA
Mary Simpson University of Waikato, New Zealand
Kirk St. Amant Louisiana Tech University, USA
Anthony Townley Nagoya University of Commerce and Business, Japan
Daniel Usera University of Texas at Arlington, USA
Junhua Wang University of Minnesota-Duluth, USA
Candice Welhausen University of Delaware, USA
D. Joel Whalen DePaul University, USA
Leigh Ann Whittle Elon Aviation, USA
Katherine V. Wills Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus, USA
Susan Youngblood Auburn University, USA
Yunxia Zhu University of Queensland, Australia
ABC Officers and Directors
Judith Ainsworth ABC President, McGill University, Canada
Jolanta Aritz Regional Vice President, Western U.S., Brigham Young University, USA
Ann Springer and Scott Springer Regional Vice President, Western U.S., Brigham Young University, USA
Barbara Bolt Regional Vice President, Southeastern U.S., University of South Carolina, USA
Valerie Creelman Regional Vice President, Canada, Saint Mary’s College, Canada
Kristen Getchell Regional Vice President, Eastern U.S., Babson College, USA
Patricia Harms ABC Vice President, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
Paula Lentz Regional Vice President, Midwestern U.S., University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, USA
Ursula Lutzky Regional Vice President, Europe, Africa and the Middle East, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria
Ana Lucia Magalhaes Regional Vice President, Caribbean, Mexico, Central and South America, State of Sao Paulo Technological College, Brazil
Kathryn Rybka ABC Executive Director, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Lucia Sigmar Regional Vice President, Southwestern U.S., Stephen F. Austin State University, USA
Barbara Shwom Past President, Communication Partners, USA
Misa Fujio Regional Vice President, Asia and the Pacific, Toyo University, Japan
ABC Directors at Large
William Christopher Brown Midland College, USA
Christina McDowell Cornell University, USA
Leslie Ramos Salazar West Texas A&M University, USA
Leslie Seawright Missouri State University, USA
Lisa Gueldenzoph Snyder North Carolina A&T University, USA
Christopher Toth Grand Valley State University, USA
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    Association of Business Communiation
    www.businesscommunication.org
    Marilyn Buerkens
    Office Manager
    Association for Business Communication
    P.O. Box 304
    Natural Bridge Station, VA 24579-0304
    E-mail: abcoffice@businesscommunication.org

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