IAMCR's 2013 conference took place in Dublin, Ireland from 25-29 June, 2013. The conference theme was Crises, ‘Creative Destruction’ and the Global Power and Communication Orders.
The menu to the right features relevant links, including to the local site and to a download of the conference programme.
The articles below have news and information about IAMCR 2014, including links to videos of plenary sessions and reports of pre-conference events.
1). A Largely ‘Western’ Financial Crisis? - Implications for Shifts in Geo-Political and Global Communication Orders - Profs. Hu Zhengrong, Francis Nyamnjoh, and Annabelle Sreberny. Chair: Prof. Janet Wasko2). A ‘Three-Legged Stool’? Environmental & Economic Crises and the Strategic Implications for the Role, Content and Practices of Mediated Communication - John Bellamy Foster, Richard Maxwell. Chair: Dr. Pat Brereton3). Crisis, ‘Creative’ Destruction and...
The 5 additional grants, together with those announced in April, mean that an additional 21 young scholars from low and middle-income countries will be able to attend the Dublin conference in June.
Fifteen of the sixteen grants have now been awarded.
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Call for Papers
IAMCR 2013: CfP - Deadline 28 January
IAMCR invites submissions of abstracts for papers and panel proposals for the 2013 IAMCR conference to be held from 25 -29 June, 2013 at Dublin City University, Ireland. The deadline to submit your abstract is midnight GMT on 28 January 2013. This deadline will not be extended.
List of CfPs of individual Sections and Working Groups
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The conference theme engages with the concepts of crisis and "creative destruction", associated with historically-rare periods of intensified flux, change and all-round, multi-dimensional processes of innovation.
Visit the IAMCR 2013 conference website for information on the theme, Crises, ‘Creative Destruction’ and the Global Power and Communication Orders, a preliminary call for papers, and details about the organisation and venue.