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You must be an IAMCR member logged into your account and registered for the conference to be able to access the papers and the commenting platform. Plenary and partner sessions are freely available to all. Log in to your account or join IAMCR.

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Even if you aren't a member of IAMCR, you can still watch the partner session organised by our host universities in China. The series highlights Chinese and Asian perspectives on issues of global interest. Several of the sessions are produced in collaboration with Chinese and Asian academic and research organisations and journals, and the private sector.

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Looking for a certificate for your presentation? They will be emailed to all participating authors at the end of July.

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The Onine Conference Papers will remain online until 12 September. The comment platform is also available until then.

Online Conference Papers


Online Conference Papers (OCP) is a space for IAMCR members to submit their research, get feedback on it, and get certification for its inclusion in the conference. More than 1,100 papers submitted to our 33 thematic sections and working groups have been grouped into the 263 sessions listed below.

Many of the papers have accompanying presentations, slides or videos, accessible via the Access presentation or External link buttons. The Access presentation button will lead to a PDF or to a video on Vimeo. The External link button leads to a URL provided by the author.  

Download all the papers you want now and spend some time catching up on a year's worth of IAMCR members' research. Then, beginning 11 July, come back to leave your written comments and questions on the papers you read. Give feedback, start a dialogue, share your ideas.... Want some details about how it works, see this article on feedback and the roles and responsibilities of chairs, discussants, respondents and authors.


Report errors to OCP.error@iamcr.org. Include full details, including the paper's ID number.

Video presentations may have automatically generated English language captions. They have not been reviewed and will inevitably contain errors. Turn them on or off with the CC symbol at the bottom right of the video player.

Audience

Community Communication and Alternative Media

Comic Art

Communication in Post- and Neo-Authoritarian Societies

Communication Policy & Technology

Crisis, Security and Conflict Communication

Digital Divide

Diaspora and Media

Emerging Scholars Network

Environment, Science & Risk Communication

Ethics of Society & Ethics of Communication

Gender and Communication

Global Media Policy

Health Communication

History

International Communication

Islam and Media

Journalism Research and Education

Law

Music, Audio, Radio and Sound

Media, Communication and Sport

Media Education Research

Media Production Analysis

Mediated Communication, Public Opinion & Society

Media Sector Development

Participatory Communication Research

Political Economy

Political Communication Research

Popular Culture

Public Service Media Policies

Religion and Communication

Rural Communication

Visual Culture


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