Arquivos da Tag: call for papers

Chamada para o #5COBCIBER

organização do V Congresso Internacional de Ciberjornalismo (#5COBCIBER), convida os investigadores interessados a remeter, até 15 de julho de 2016, propostas de comunicações a apresentar no Congresso.

As comunicações deverão versar sobre Ciberjornalismo, com especial preferência pelo tópico deste #5COBCIBER, os ciberjornalistas dos dias de hoje ou Ciberjornalistas 3.0.

As propostas, em forma de resumo ou abstract, poderão ser escritas em Português, Espanhol, Francês ou Inglês. Cada uma delas deve contemplar uma descrição de 400 a 500 palavras, que inclua, designadamente, o tópico e relevância do mesmo, hipótese ou argumento, moldura conceptual e metodológica, resultados previstos e até cinco palavras-chave.

Os investigadores devem submeter as suas propostas através da plataforma Easychair. Em caso de dúvidas, podem contactar a organização do Congresso através do email obciber@gmail.com.

As propostas serão depois avaliadas pelos membros da Comissão Científica do Congresso, devendo o resultado ser comunicado a todos os autores até 15 de setembro de 2016.

Os autores das propostas aprovadas comprometem-se a enviar os textos completos até 31 de outubro de 2016.

Será publicado online o Livro de Atas do Congresso, com ISBN, que incluirá todos os textos recebidos dentro do prazo referido.

As comunicações podem ser apresentadas no Congresso em Português, Espanhol, Francês ou Inglês, mas os slides terão de estar em Inglês.

Mark Deuze na conferência de abertura do #5COBCIBER

Está confirmado o primeiro orador do V Congresso Internacional de Ciberjornalismo, que ficará responsável pela conferência de abertura. Falamos de Mark Deuze, professor de Media Studies, com especialidade em Jornalismo, na Universidade de Amesterdão, Holanda.

“Media Work” (2007) e “Media Life” (2012), ambos pela Polity Press, são dois dos sete livros que já publicou, para além de mais de 50 artigos em revistas científicas com revisão por pares. O seu trabalho está publicado em holandês e inglês, porém, é possível encontrá-lo traduzido para chinês, alemão, português, grego e húngaro.

Deuze foi ainda professor na Universidade do Indiana, Estados Unidos da América (EUA); investigador noCenter for International Communications Research da Universidade de Leeds, no Reino Unido; teve uma bolsa Fullbright na Universidade do Sul da California, Los Angeles, EUA. Para além da investigação na área dos média, ouve e estuda extreme metal, tendo sido baixista na banda grunge Skinflower.

Blogue: http://deuze.blogspot.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/markdeuze
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mdeuze

 

Call for abstracts – V International Conference on Online Journalism

 

The Observatório do Ciberjornalismo (ObCiber) is now welcoming submissions for its 5th International Conference on Online Journalism, to be held at University of Porto, 24-25 November, 2016. The main theme for conference is Online Journalists 3.0.

Abstracts – either in Portuguese, Spanish, French or English – should have 500 words and include the topic and its relevance, the hypothesis or main argument, conceptual and methodological framework, expected results and up to 5 keywords.

The proposals must be submitted using the Easychair platform. In case of doubts, the authors can contact the conference organization by email: obciber@gmail.com.

Papers can be presented at the conference in Portuguese, Spanish, French or English, but the slides must be in English.

 

Deadlines:

The deadline for the submission of abstracts is July 15, 2016. Authors will be informed whether or not your abstract is accepted by September 15, 2016.

The deadline for full papers is October 31, 2016. All the papers will be published in the online book of conference proceedings.

 

 

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Call for Papers / International Journal of Linguistics & Communication

ISSN: 2372-479X (Print) 2372-4803 (Online)

International Journal of Linguistics and Communication is a quarterly, peer-reviewed international journal publishing articles that make a clear contribution to current debate in all branches of theoretical linguistics. The journal also provides an excellent survey of recent linguistics publications, with around thirty book reviews in each volume and regular review articles on major works marking important theoretical advances. The journal also concentrates on communication research, practice, policy, and theory, bringing to its readers the latest, broadest, and most important findings in the field of communication studies.

The journal is published by the American Research Institute for Policy Development that serves as a focal point for academicians, professionals, graduate and undergraduate students, fellows, and associates pursuing research throughout the world.

The interested contributors are highly encouraged to submit their manuscripts/papers to the executive editor via e-mail at editor@aripd.org. Please indicate the name of the journal (International Journal of Linguistics & Communication) in the cover letter or simply put ‘International Journal of Linguistics & Communication’ in the subject box during submission via e-mail.

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IJLC is inviting papers for Vol. 3, No. 1. The online publication date is March 31, 2015. Submission Deadline: February 15, 2015.

You may view the complete list of the journals of the institute.

For any additional information, please contact with the executive editor at editor@aripd.org

Regards,

Dr. Lasisi Ajayi, San Diego State University, U.S.A.

Editor-in-Chief

International Journal of Linguistics & Communication

 

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Call for papers IAMCR 2014

IAMCR invites submissions of abstracts for papers and panel proposals for the 2014 IAMCR conference to be held from 15 -19 July, 2014 at Hyderabad, India. The deadline to submit your abstract is midnight GMT on 10 February 2014. This deadline will not be extended.

Conference theme: Region as a Frame: Politics, Presence, Practice

The breaking down of some the world’s walls has created an uncertainty about the geographies and substantive nature of the regions they had once defined. This includes physical boundaries such as the Berlin wall, ideological ones such as those in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, economic ones such as those that had once separated India and other socialist economies from the capitalist West, and cultural ones such as those that had hidden the lives of people in the Middle Eastern and Soviet bloc.

Mobility, migration and disembodied interactions by cyberspace further complicate the notion of region as a conceptual and experiential category. New regional hierarchies, such as the economic power of emerging economies (BRICS) are taking shape, serving to decentre traditional loci of power, while different forms of identity politics are creating fissures in the modern nation state. Corporations have acquired the power to dictate politics through their ownership of forms and channels of expression, and this has created a new urgency to re-think old political economy arguments around media control and dispersal in a regional rather than global framework.

The conference theme seeks to explore the dynamics of media systems, communication patterns and organizational relationships within this new “framing” of region as a physical and conceptual category. The theme thus lends itself to panels and papers dealing with a wide range of specific sub-themes and topics. These may include:

  • What are the politics that drive media discourse, organization and economics?
  • What kind of presence is at all possible in this redefined regional space, and how does region become a real and imagined construct across new media presences?
  • What sorts of practices then become key to media and communication spaces enclosed in or defined by this new frame?

More information here.

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XI LUSOCOM, 2014 – call for papers

Call for papers

Marca-territorio: a construción da(s) identidade(s) a través da comunicación

11 e 12 de abril de 2013

Lugar: Facultade de Ciencias Sociais e da Comunicación – Universidade de Vigo (Campus de Pontevedra) Galicia – España

 

Presentación / Apresentação

O espazo lusófono de comunicación comparte a preocupación polo complexo equilibrio entre o mantemento da identidade sustentada na cultura e a necessária integración nun espazo comunicativo global. Dende esta perspectiva a utilización da comunicación como ferramenta básica na construción identitaria ven sendo una realidade nos distintos territorios lusófonos.

Neste contexto a potenciación da “Marca Territorio” supón unha oportunidade de grande interese. Unha “Marca-Territorio” que debe ir máis aló do concepto “Marca país” – que se está difundindo dende unha perspectiva puramente marketiniana – e debe evitar a súa delimitación baseada en fronteiras xeográficas ou políticas.

O Lusocom 2014 serve como foro de debate para coñecer a realidade e a evolución desas “Marca-Territorio” concibidas dende moitas perspectivas e que, como calquera marca, se compón dunha misión, visión e valores concretos que poden ser xestionados dende a comunicación, sendo incluso posible medir o peso de cada un dos elementos que configuran esas “marcas”: identidade, cultura, medios, historia, lingua, comunicación…

Datas importantes

30 de novembro: data límite para o envío de propostas de comunicación.

15 de xaneiro: notificación da aceptación de propostas de comunicación.

1 de marzo: data de entrega do texto definitivo para a súa publicación.

Tódalas propostas de comunicación deben ser enviadas á Secretaría do Congreso através do e-mail: lusocom@uvigo.es

Moisés de Lemos Martins. Presidente da LUSOCOM
Margarita Ledo Andión. Presidenta da AGACOM
Emma Torres Romay. Directora do Departamento de Comunicación Audiovisual e Publicidade. Universidade de Vigo.

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