Media – History – Social Inequalities: An IAMCR pre-conference

Description

The pre-conference “Media – History – Social Inequalities” aims to discuss historical and contemporary connections between media and social inequality. The pre-conference will focus on the conditions, causes, and characteristics of the relationship between media and social inequality and its consequences for the present and future. Research interests and analytical perspectives will be collected and explored. The scholarly contextualization of history, media, and inequality offers the opportunity to interweave different approaches and dimensions of analysis to trace time-related mechanisms of differentiation and distinction in the context of modern public formation.

Date and time

Saturday, 8 July 2023 

09h30 – 17h00 (Subject to confirmation)

Call for Papers

Download the Media – History – Social Inequalities call for papers

Location

Lyon, France (specific venue information to follow).

Participation

The pre-conference is open to all media and communication scholars interested in the interplay between media and social inequality and who wish to engage in international exchange on this topic. Participants are encouraged to submit presentations for the pre-conference. However, attending the pre-conference without submitting a presentation is also possible. The pre-conference will be conducted in English.

In addition to the exchange on the topic, the pre-conference will also offer participants the opportunity to submit their paper to a special issue of a journal of media and communication on the subject of media and inequality. 

Registration

A registration fee to cover the costs of the venue and meals will be charged. IAMCR members are eligible for a discounted rate. 

Submission guidelines

Authors should submit an extended abstract of 800 words (not including references, figures, and tables) to: kommge [at] polsoz.fu-berlin.de  by 31 March 2023, 23h59 UTC
All abstracts submitted must include name, affiliation, and contact information
Abstracts should be written in English and include the main research question(s), research interest, theoretical framework, methodological approach, and key empirical findings (if applicable)
Decisions on the acceptance of extended abstracts will be made by 30 April 2023

Organisers

Media – History – Social Inequalities is hosted by IAMCR’s Communication in Post- and Neo-Authoritarian Societies Working Group and its History Section in cooperation with the Institute for Media and Communication Studies at FU Berlin and the Centre for Media, Communication and Information Research at the University of Bremen.

Key dates 

  • 31 March 2023, 23h59 (UTC) - Deadline to submit abstracts
  • 30 April 2023 - Abstract decisions announced 

Organisers 

  • Anke Fiedler:  Vice-Chair IAMCR Communication in Post- and Neo-Authoritarian Societies Working Group; Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich, Department of Media and Communication
  • Nelson Ribeiro: Chair IAMCR History Section: Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Lisbon
  • Maria Löblich:  Freie Universität Berlin, Institute for Media and Communication Studies
  • Erik Koenen:  University of Bremen, Centre for Media, Communication and Information Research

Contact email 

kommge [at] polsoz.fu-berlin.de

Media – History – Social Inequalities call for papers

IAMCR History Section

Sciences po Lyon          IAMCR

in partnership with:

Congres Lyon 1     Only Lyon

with the support of:

Universite Lumiere      Jean Moulin      Elico logo