MEA Elsewhere

MEA @ NCA

As an affiliate organization of National Communication Association (NCA), the MEA is in a position to showcase its members’ research in media ecology at NCA’s annual convention.

The NCA is a non-profit organization of approximately 7,100 educators, practitioners, and students who work and reside in every U.S. state and more than twenty foreign countries. NCA’s purpose is to promote study, criticism, research, teaching, and application of the artistic, humanistic, and scientific principles of communication.

To learn more, visit https://www.natcom.org

MEA @ ECA

As an affiliate organization of the Eastern Communication Association (ECA), the MEA is in a position to showcase its members’ research in media ecology at ECA’s annual convention.

The ECA was initially established in 1910 and continues as the oldest professional communication association in the United States. As a distinguished service-oriented organization with a history of achievement in research, criticism, communication theory, and excellence in teaching, the association welcomes members who share the goals and objectives of a membership dedicated to participation in state, regional, and national activity.

To learn more, visit https://www.ecasite.org/.

MEA @ ICA

As an affiliate organization of the International Communication Association (ICA), the MEA is in a position to showcase its members’ research in media ecology at ICA’s annual conference.

The ICA is an international association for scholars interested in the study, teaching, and application of all aspects of human-mediated communication. ICA began more than 50 years ago as a small association of U.S. researchers and has matured into a truly international association with more than 3,500 members in 65 countries. It is dedicated to promoting research in communication worldwide, utilizing its journals, conferences, awards and fellowships, and network of professional relationships. It is also committed to bringing its findings and perspectives to bear on problems and issues in society. Its members actively contribute to public debate on topics relative to its mission, whether the forum be regulatory or legislative bodies or various media venues.

To learn more, please visit https://www.icahdq.org.

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