[PCST] email from Journalism and mass comunication for PCST participants? Phishing ?
meghie at gmail.com
Thu Jun 23 12:56:07 CEST 2016
I did - and it was the second time. Not sure whether they're a scam,
though. Got to investigate that a little further.
On Wed, Jun 22, 2016 at 6:49 PM, Adlane Vilas Boas via Network <
network at lists.pcst.co> wrote:
> *Hello all (especially particpants of PCST 2016),I have received this
> invitation bellow to submit the paper I presented in Istambul in this
> journalism academic journal from DAvid Publishing. *
> *A quick internet search showed me that it appears to be some type of
> phishing or academic scam. Anyone else got this type of
> email?AdlaneUniversidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil.*
> *INVITATION FOR SUBMISSION TO JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION *
> *Dear Dr. Adlane Vilas-Boas,*
> This is the* Journal of **Journalism and Mass Communication* (ISSN
> 2160-6579, DOI: 10.17265/2160-6579), an international, professional
> academic journal published by David Publishing Company, 616
> Corporate Way, Suite 2-4876 Valley Cottage, NY 10989, USA.
> We are sincerely to invite you to submit your articles to our journal.
> We are very pleased to learn about you and your academic paper entitled * I don’t Call Myself a Scientist: Understanding Why Self-Denomination
> as “Scientist” is Avoided by University Professors * from
> *Public Communication of Science and Technology 2016.*
> If you still have the paper in hand, or if you have any* original or
> unpublished paper*, please feel free to submit it to us. We would be very
> pleased to welcome you as one of our authors.
> Expect to get your reply soon.
> The *Journal of** Journalism and Mass Communication*, a professional
> scholarly peer-reviewed academic journal, commits itself to promoting the
> academic communication about recent developments on Journalism and Mass
> Communication. It covers all sorts of research on journalism theories,
> media studies, Internet media,
> advertising study, radio and television journalism, communication studies,
> media economic and management, film studies, new media research,
> publishing, brand spread, feminism, immigration studies, health
> communication and other relevant areas. We try to provide a platform for
> experts and scholars worldwide to exchange their latest findings. You may
> review more on the offical website of David Publishing Company
> *Guidelines for Authors*
> *(1) Submission of Manuscript:* The article should be in *MS Word format*.
> Articles may be *3000-12000 words* in length or longer if approved by
> the editor. Submissions are accepted via e-mail:
> journalism at davidpublishing.com , journalism.cfp at davidpublishing.com
> <journalism.cfp at davidpublishing.com>or submit your paper via our Online
> Submission System
> *(2) Assembly of the Manuscript:
> An APA manuscript contains many parts: title of the paper, abstract with
> 3-5 keywords or key phrases, text of the paper, references, footnotes, tables, figures, and *
> appendices. Not all papers have all elements. However, if they do, this is the order in which they should be arranged.
> *(3) Transfer of Copyright Agreement:* Authors of the articles accepted
> are required to sign up the *Transfer of Copyright Agreement*.
> *(4) **Hard Copies:* Author will receive *2 hard copies* of the journal
> containing their articles. And the e-journal is free online.
> *(5) **Article publishing charge (APC):* We will charge some publishing
> fee for articles accepted.
> *Editorial Procedures*
> All articles considered appropriate for the journal are reviewed
> anonymously by at least two outside reviewers. The review process usually
> takes 2-3 weeks. Articles are accepted for publication subject to no
> substantive, stylistic editing. The editors reserve the right to make any
> necessary changes in the papers, or request the author to do so, or reject
> the paper submitted. A copy of the edited paper along with the first
> proof will be sent to the author for proofreading. They should be
> corrected and returned to the editor within 4-7 days. Once the final
> version of the paper has been accepted, authors are requested not to make
> further changes to the text.
> The Journal of Journalism and Mass Communication is collected and indexed
> by the Library of U.S. Congress (http://catalog.loc.gov). An on-line
> inquiry can be triggered with our publication numbers, ISSN2160-6579
> respectively, as keywords in “Basic Search” column. In addition, the
> journal is retrieved by many renowned databases:
> ★ Google Scholar;
> ★ J-Gate;
> ★ CrossRef;
> ★ Ulrich's Periodicals Directory, USA;
> ★ SCRIBD, USA;
> ★ Electronic Journals Library (EZB), Germany;
> ★ Index Copernicus, Poland;
> ★ CNKI, China;
> ★ Universe Digital Library S/B, Malaysia;
> ★ Norwegian Social Science Data Services (NSD), Norway;
> ★ ProQuest Social Science Collection, Public Affairs Information Service
> (PAIS) USA;
> ★ Polish Scholarly Bibliography (PBN), Poland.
> *Subscription Information*
> *Journalism and Mass Communication* also has access to the subscription
> of both e-journals and hard copies for individuals and libraries. If you
> are interested, please contact us for more information.
> Best Regards,
> *Journalism and Mass Communication*, ISSN 2160-6579, David Publishing
> 616 Corporate Way, Suite 2-4876 Valley Cottage, NY 10989, USA
> E-mail: journalism.cfp at davidpublishing.com ;
> journalism at davidpublishing.com
> Tel: 1-323-984-7526; 1-323-410-1082 Fax: 1-323-984-7374;
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